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Design Patterns for Mental Health
To support more consistent and effective digital tools for mental health, we are creating this free, public-domain pattern library, combining clinical and design best practices. We hope this library will support policymakers, service providers, and designers in building better digital mental-health products and services.
design  patterns  health  designpatterns  accessibility  mentalhealth 
6 days ago by beep
The PRPL Pattern  |  Web Fundamentals  |  Google Developers
Addy Osmani describes the PRPL pattern. PRPL is a pattern for structuring and serving Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), with an emphasis on the performance of app delivery and launch. It stands for:

Push critical resources for the initial URL route.
Render initial route.
Pre-cache remaining routes.
Lazy-load and create remaining routes on demand.
performance  patterns  webdev  AddyOsmani  Google  designpatterns  Blog  Article  progressive  webapp  lazyload 
19 days ago by searchmeister
Design Systems Repo
An organized and frequently updated collection of Design System examples, resources, tools, articles and videos.

designpatterns  styleguide  designsystems  design  ui  ux  inspiration  collection  curated  wiki  documentation 
21 days ago by michaelfox
A design system for the federal government
Design and build fast, accessible, mobile-friendly government websites backed by user research.
styleguide  Design  designpatterns 
21 days ago by amason
DesignPatternsPHP — DesignPatternsPHP 1.0 documentation
This is a collection of known design patterns and some sample code how to implement them in PHP. Every pattern has a small list of examples (most of them from Zend Framework, Symfony2 or Doctrine2 as I’m most familiar with this software).

I think the problem with patterns is that often people do know them but don’t know when to apply which.
designpatterns  php  reference  learning  programming  oop 
22 days ago by wjy
Refactoring and Design Patterns
Refactoring.Guru makes it easy for you to discover everything you need to know about refactoring, design patterns, SOLID principles and other smart programming topics.

The primary purpose of this site is to show the big picture. I want to demonstrate how all these subjects intersect, how they work together and how they are still relevant. I don't pretend to be the inventor of these concepts–most of them were invented by others during the past 20 years. But I think that the connection between refactoring, patterns and general programming principles still remains a mystery for the majority of programmers. And this is the problem I would like to solve here.
programming  reference  designpatterns  refactoring  learning  gof 
6 weeks ago by wjy

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