Category: Programação

“lives in a sort of purgatory”

“lives in a sort of purgatory”

Brad Frost: A front-end designer … lives in a sort of purgatory between worlds: They understand UX principles and best practices, but may not spend their time conducting research, creating flows, and planning scenarios...

Batch convert image formats with imagemagick

Batch convert image formats with imagemagick

mogrify (like convert) is one of the utilities that come with imagemagick. Here’s an example of how you convert a batch of pic files to jpeg. Same for png to jpeg, vice-versa, etc. $...

“Write a script”

“Write a script”

Jeremy Keith, on teaching people JavaScript for the first time: blockquote> A lot of that boils down to this pattern: When (some event happens), then (take this action). We brainstormed some examples of this...

Optimizing GIFs for the Web

Optimizing GIFs for the Web

Ire Aderinokun describes a frustrating problem that we’ve probably all noticed at one point or another: Recently, I’ve found that some of my articles that are GIF-heavy tend to get incredibly slow. The reason...

3D-printed breakthrough gives blind cat eyes

Meanwhile, cure for clickbait titles remains elusive I have a cat! I’ve had her for a while. She kind of imposed herself on me when I saw her on the street one day when...

SitePoint PHP Blog: Achieving Modular Architecture with Forwarding Decorators

SitePoint PHP Blog: Achieving Modular Architecture with Forwarding Decorators

The SitePoint PHP blog has a tutorial posted from author Eugene Dementjev covering the use of "forwarding decorators" to create a more modular architecture for your application. As your web application becomes larger, you...

AWS Developer Blog: Automating the Deployment of Encrypted Web Services with the AWS SDK for PHP (Pa

AWS Developer Blog: Automating the Deployment of Encrypted Web Services with the AWS SDK for PHP (Pa

The Amazon Web Services blog has posted the second part of their series covering the automated deployment of encrypted web services with the AWS SDK. In this new tutorial (part two, part one is...

CSS Grid: One Layout, Multiple Ways

I’ve really been enjoying getting acquainted with CSS Grid. The feature is starting to ship in many browsers and it looks like we’ll be able to start using it in production in due time....

Timings do Server-side no Chrome Devtools

Paul Irish falou recentemente no seu Twitter sobre um recurso muito legal no Chrome Devtools! A guia timings pode interpretar cabeçalhos HTTP enviados pelo aplicativo e processá-los. View your server’s metrics in @ChromeDevTools via...

Swift From Scratch: Introduction

In 2014, Apple took the developer community by surprise with the introduction of Swift, a brand new programming language. Swift has come a long way, and it is hard to believe that the language...

Matt Stauffer: Defining console commands via closure in Laravel 5.3

Matt Stauffer: Defining console commands via closure in Laravel 5.3

Matt Stauffer has posted the latest article in his "New Features in Laravel 5.3" series today. In this new tutorial Matt focuses on the creation of console commands – additional functionality you can add...

Nikola Poša: Testing conventions

Nikola Poša: Testing conventions

In a new post to his site Nikola Poša has suggested some testing conventions he’s worked up over his time in development across projects. Testing is an essential aspect of development, and test code...

Rodando e testando Azure WebJobs localmente

Uma dúvida bastante comum no desenvolvimento de Azure WebJobs é como testá-lo ou executá-lo localmente, para fazermos alguma verificação. A resposta para isso é bastante simples, dado que o WebJob nada mais é do...

Adam Culp: Setting up local step debugging with PhpStorm

Adam Culp: Setting up local step debugging with PhpStorm

Adam Culp has posted a new tutorial to his site showing you how to set up local debugging inside PhpStorm combining it with the Zend Debugger tool. Setting up debugging in an IDE with...

Experimente o ambiente de desenvolvimento integrado GNOME-BUILDER

Experimente o ambiente de desenvolvimento integrado GNOME-BUILDER

Se você usa o ambiente desktop GNOME e tem interesse em desenvolver para esta plataforma, dê uma chance e experimente o ambiente integrado de desenvolvimento GNOME-BUILDER. Source

Site News: Popular Posts for This Week (02.17.2017)

Site News: Popular Posts for This Week (02.17.2017)

Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week: Dev.to: PHP 7.2: The First Programming Language to Add Modern Cryptography to its Standard Library Sameer Borate: New features in PHP 7.1 Freek Van der Herten:...

Friday Product Post: Super Tsunami!

Hello, everyone! Welcome to another Friday Product Post. If you read our blog post from yesterday, you’ll know that we have (again) teamed up with Jamie Robertson of Robertsonics to create the new Tsunami...

Git diffs e merges mais práticos com o Meld

O Git é uma solução fantástica de controle de versão distribuído para código fonte, não há como negar. A sua velocidade, flexibilidade e segurança nos permite trabalhar de forma muito dinâmica com centenas de...

Tree Climbing Robot using arduino

Pinned onto other projects that I like The post Tree Climbing Robot using arduino appeared first on Codemade.io. Source

How (not) to Ship Radioactive Marbles

We recently needed some radioactive material for an experiment so what do you do? Jump on Ebay and United Nuclear of course! Marbles on the envelope they arrived in Known as green Vaseline glass,...

Carro autônomo estimula desenvolvimento de software embarcado

Carro autônomo estimula desenvolvimento de software embarcado

Previsto para chegar às ruas em meados de 2020, o carro 100% autônomo, que também é chamado self-driving, movimenta montadoras e fornecedores de TI. As duas indústrias estão trabalhando juntas para embarcar nos veículos...