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Upgrade to PHP 7.3 with Homebrew on Mac - stitcher.io
How to upgrade your PHP installation on a Mac with Homebrew
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News from the WordPress Community, All in One Place - CodeinWP
Your monthly dose of WordPress news. Read this to find out what's been going on in WordPress lately and stay tunned to the latest goings-on.
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kleampa/not-paid: Client did not pay? Add opacity to the body tag and decrease it every day until their site completely fades away
Client did not pay? Add opacity to the body tag and decrease it every day until their site completely fades away - kleampa/not-paid
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How to transform your PHP to JavaScript – Laravel | Mera Mustaqbil
Often, you find yourself in a situation where you want to pass your server-side variables, string, collection to JavaScript. By traditional old ways it can be a bit of pain especially when your application grows.
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Preorder now! A Book Apart, Everyday Information Architecture
Lisa Maria Martin shows you how to leverage the principles and practices of information architecture in order to craft more thoughtful and effective digital spaces. Book launches April 16th.
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It’s Finally Here! Learn How to Install Laravel 5.8 & Make Your App Performance More Powerful | Learning Laravel
One of the bestselling Laravel books! Learning Laravel 5 shows you a fastest way to learn developing web applications using Laravel 5 PHP framework
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Material Kit - Free and Open Source UI Kit for Bootstrap 4, React, Vue.js, React Native
One of the most popular Bootstrap 4 UI Kits based on Google's Material Design was migrated to React, React Native, Vue.js, Wordpress, Figma, Sketch and Photoshop
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3 days ago
Firefox Send
Encrypt and send files with a link that automatically expires to ensure your important documents don’t stay online forever. 1GB for free, 2.5GB if you sign in. Wow!
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3 days ago
Git Explorer: : Find the right git commands you need without digging through the web
A new way to find git commands you should be using! I've found this very helpful for remembering the specific wording for a git command.
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3 days ago
An introduction to Oh Dear! PHP SDK - Oh Dear!
An introduction to the PHP SDK you can use to integrate Oh Dear! into your own software.
6 days ago
Deploying a Laravel app in Kubernetes on Google Cloud
This tutorial looks at the advantages of using Kubernetes, and walks through a practical example, creating a K8s cluster and deploying a basic Laravel application with Kubernetes on Google Cloud.
6 days ago
RabbitMQ is more than a Sidekiq replacement – Not again
I’ve had gripes with Sidekiq because of which I switched to RabbitMQ. Here are my thoughts and experiences after a year of using it in production. I got inspired to write this post by the…
6 days ago
The web we broke. — Ethan Marcotte
Any sufficiently advanced neglect is indistinguishable from malice.
-- Deb Chachra, reappropriating Clarke’s third law
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10 days ago
Ways to make your design process data-informed – Dropbox Design
How Dropbox designers leverage data to inform their designs
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10 days ago
Framer - React for Web Designers
Here’s a simple way to understand the hype around the world’s most popular JavaScript library.
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10 days ago
Learning to prototype is more important than learning to code
Learning to prototype is more important than learning to code Knowing how to prototype in a range of scenarios is a much more flexible set of tools to apply throughout a multi-layered design process
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10 days ago
10 Effective Tips to Increase Your Multilingual Site Speed in WordPress - TranslatePress
In my experience, multilingual sites are not terribly fun to build. The plugins are complicated, content structure is complex, and stakeholders hardly understand how it all works. Translatepress attemps to shed some light on performance issues.
11 days ago
CMS market share: a numbers analysis
An analysis of CMS market share numbers and what it means for the years ahead in terms of CMS competition, rankings and spend.
11 days ago
How To Sound Like A Cloud Expert — Smashing Magazine
Providing scalable and resilient service to a growing customer base across the Internet is very complex. At the end of the day, it’s your job to make good decisions about how to use their services.
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11 days ago
Stripe Atlas: Guide to scaling engineering organizations
Lessons learned from scaling Stripe's engineering team.
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11 days ago
Password Managers: Under the Hood of Secrets Management - Independent Security Evaluators
Password managers allow the storage and retrieval of sensitive information from an encrypted database. This paper reviews security guarantees password managers should offer and examines the underlying workings of five popular password managers targeting the Windows 10 platform: 1Password 7, 1Password 4, Dashlane, KeePass, and LastPass.
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11 days ago
A comprehensive (and honest) list of UX clichés – UX Collective
“You are not your user”
A reminder that you are not designing the product for people like yourself. Often used as a way to encourage more user research in a project. “If Henry Ford had asked people…
11 days ago
Does Sunlight Through Glass Provide Vitamin D? - The New York Times
You can’t get adequate UVB exposure sitting indoors or in a car.
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11 days ago
A Twitch Live-Coding Setup
Suz Hinton does live coding every Sunday. This article is an reviews the tools and software that she uses use to run her live stream.
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11 days ago
How Text Messaging Works, a Love Story
The surprisingly complex journey a text message takes every time we hit 'send.'
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11 days ago
Laravel Snippet #8 - The Laravel Blog
Topics: Laracon Online, Nested Resource IDs, ActiveRecord vs. DataMapper testing, Code Quality.
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11 days ago
A Web Developer's Guide to Machine Learning in JavaScript
The following article should give you a gentle introduction to machine learning from a web developer’s perspective. It should show you the opportunities in the field of machine learning and why it could be an advantage to learn about those things with JavaScript as a web developer now.
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11 days ago
Geo-Scale MySQL in AWS Webinar
Want to learn how to build a global, multi-region MySQL cloud back-end capable of serving hundreds of millions of online multiplayer game accounts?
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11 days ago
How to remote access in a secure way
Businesses in all industries often need to provide their employees with a way to access their internal networks when they’re away from the office. Such function
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11 days ago
Securing Linux administrative access with Multi-Factor Authentication #security #digitalagency #agencydev #servers #hosting
The simple solution is based on Google Authenticator, and configuration examples provided should work for openSUSE Leap 15 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
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11 days ago
SpaceX Splashdown Marks Success of First Commercial Crew Flight Test | NASA
NASA passed a major milestone Friday in its goal to restore America’s human spaceflight capability when SpaceX’s Crew Dragon returned to Earth after a five-day mission docked to the International Space Station.
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14 days ago
Vancouver, April 6, 2019 - Ladies Learning Code: Data Insights with Python for Beginners
Canada Learning Code presents Ladies Learning Code: Data Insights with Python for Beginners - Vancouver - Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Mobify, Vancouver, BC. Find event and registration information.
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15 days ago
Vancouver, March 23 2019 - Ladies Learning Code: Data Insights with Python for Beginners
Eventbrite - Canada Learning Code presents Ladies Learning Code: Data Insights with Python for Beginners - Vancouver - Saturday, March 23, 2019 at Geek Education, Vancouver, BC. Find event and registration information.
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15 days ago
Stalkers and Debt Collectors Impersonate Cops to Trick Big Telecom Into Giving Them Cell Phone Location Data - Motherboard
In several cases, a stalker impersonated a US Marshal and reported a fake kidnapping in order to get telecom companies to give them real-time cell phone location data.
15 days ago
Announcing the Open Sourcing of Windows Calculator - Windows Developer Blog
Microsoft released the Windows Calculator app as open source under the MIT licence. You can check it out on github today!
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15 days ago
MattStauffer.com
Matt Stauffer is a developer and a communicator, and Partner/Technical Director at Tighten Co.
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15 days ago
Why d-to-c is not one-size-fits-all at Shoptalk | Special: Shoptalk - Ad Age
Brands like Greats and Mizzen & Main that started as d-to-c offerings are evolving into new channels of distribution and marketing
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15 days ago
Weekend ‘catch-up sleep’ is a lie via @wapo
This is the most exhausting story you will read today
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16 days ago
W3C approves WebAuthn as the web standard for password-free logins | VentureBeat
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced that the Web Authentication API (WebAuthn) is an official web standard for password-free logins on the web.
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17 days ago
The Work Required to Have an Opinion
We all hold an opinion about almost everything, but how many of us do the work required to back up that opinion? Not many...
17 days ago
Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (109 Models Explained)
To help you build your latticework of mental models so you can make better decisions, Farnam Street has collected and summarized the ones we’ve found the most useful.
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17 days ago
Secure password management  Part 1 - There’s no excuse for password reuse, or is there? by John Opdenakker - 2FA, how to, internet
Only 35% use unique passwords for every account. However in the same survey 69% think they are doing a good job to protect their online accounts.
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17 days ago
How To Architect A Complex Web Table — Smashing Magazine
Tables frequently appear on the web but aren’t easy to design and code. This illustrated guide explains the table anatomy and how to build a table, keeping in mind its future elaboration.
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18 days ago
CSS for Javascripters!
The CSS mental model - QuirksBlog
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18 days ago
GRID: A simple visual cheatsheet for CSS Grid Layout
Learn all about the properties available in CSS Grid Layout through simple visual examples.
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18 days ago
Formally Specifying UIs • Hillel Wayne
Good UI is necessary to making correct software. If people have trouble using the product, they’re more likely to do the wrong thing. Personally, though, I can’t stand UI work. I don’t think it’s “beneath me” or anything, it just doesn’t quite mesh with my brain. Visuals and interfaces give me anxiety. Mad respect for the people who can handle it.
I love formal methods. Recently my friend Kevin Lynagh released Sketch.
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18 days ago
Google reveals "high severity" flaw in macOS kernel - Neowin
Google's Project Zero team members locate flaws in software, privately report them to the manufacturers, and give them 90 days to resolve the problem before publicly disclosing it. Apple hasn't fixed this issue in 30 days, so here we are...
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18 days ago
Simpsons Paradox - "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned likes, and statistics." - Mark Twain
"Anytime you’ve reached a statistical conclusion you need to ask yourself what if. What if you’re in the middle of Simpson’s Paradox? What if you peeled off another layer and that reversed your conclusion?" via ForrestTheWoods
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18 days ago
What Does AJAX Even Stand For? via The History of the Web
In the summer of 2001, Paul Bucheit sent a website he was working on to his friends and colleagues. The site was an application where users could search through thousands of emails at a time and get back relevant results.
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18 days ago
Building a Vue SPA with Laravel - Laravel News
Vue router is a beautiful extension for building single page applications (SPA) with Vue.js. This tutorial will show you how to get up and running with Vue router and a Laravel backend.
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18 days ago
“Minimalism is not about what you own. It’s about reducing the things in your life that aren’t providing value, so you can have more space for the things that truly matter. It’s subtraction for addition.”  via @jennifertchan #agencylife #age
A minimalist lifestyle looks different for everyone. For me, it’s helped me pay down $42,000 of student loans in just over two years, lend more of my attention to my loved ones, and set me on a path…
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18 days ago
Absurd Design is a set of free surrealist illustrations for landing pages
Each illustration offers the possibility of limitless interpretations and uses and everyone can give it its own meaning. It depends only on each one's creativity and free spirit.
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