People don’t want to wait around longer than necessary, though. Any benefit you get from a great image vanishes once someone’s neck begins to tense up as the loading bar slowly creeps from one side of the URL bar to the other. Images also lose their emotional impact if they’re […]

When I first read about Yarn, many moons ago, I thought hey, that’s neat. But I knew it wasn’t something I needed — like smart watches, or ‘friendship’. As the months rolled by, I saw it showing up more and more in the install instructions for npm packages. Angular, Webpack, Prettier, Babel-loader, […]

When people talk about User Experience (UX), they often talk about their beloved consumer products: a smartphone, a messaging app, or perhaps a pair of headphones. User Experience also matters when you build something for developers. People tend to forget that developers are users too, and software development is an […]

You may receive an EACCES error when you try to install a package globally. This indicates that you do not have permission to write to the directories that npm uses to store global packages and commands. You can fix this problem using one of three options: Change the permission to […]

User experience is one of the most important parts of website development processes. Website owners should place a particular emphasis on the perfect user experience because today it is a huge trend. According to statistics, 84% of companies expect to increase their focus on customer experience measurement and metrics. A […]

Adobe Lightroom is one of the most popular photo editing and image manipulation tools. The tool is particularly a favorite among photographers as it offers all the they need to clean up and process images – turning a digital photo from a RAW image to the beautiful framed picture on […]

Jonas Schmedtmann is the instructor of this course, around 28,000 students are enrolled in this class. The course is very highly rated, the average feedback score after 4200+ ratings is 4.7/5. The instructor promises that you enter into the course as complete JavaScript beginner and come out as advanced developer. […]

If you have upgraded to WordPress 4.7.4 version or newer, then you must have noticed a new tag rel=”noopener” alongside the target=”_blank” tag in the HTML editor. The tag is automatically added to all internal and external links when you make them open in a new tab. Like any other […]

  If the Analytics Spam is making your life hard, this guide will help you prevent it no matter how it shows: legit sites, language, referral, keyword, page, etc. Source: Ultimate Guide to Getting Rid of the Spam in Analytics

Google Analytics 5 took the best features of their analytics program and made it even easier to use with new organization and visualization features. Here are nine awesome things you can do with Google Analytics 5 that will help you get the most out of your analytics information. Source: 9 […]

Actualmente, en casi el 100% de las aplicaciones que usamos día a día, vamos a necesitar guardar los datos que proporciona el usuario para que éstos se conserven en posteriores ejecuciones. Como desarrolladores, es fundamental hacer uso de frameworks y librerías que faciliten y simplifiquen nuestro día a día, concentrándonos […]

How to align border and layouts to the 8pt grid system How do I count borders in the 8pt grid system? This question will come up with a wide variety of UI elements but let’s use buttons as an example. You’ve got an auto width button meaning the content determines […]

Learn how it can take your design to the next level As a designer you’ve probably heard the term grid whether you’re designing a website, a magazine, or a mobile app. We have grids for all sorts of content arrangements. We use column grids to align content horizontally. Baseline grids […]

  Simple React Development in 2017 Believe it or not, it is actually very simple and painless to start a new React project, thanks to amazing work by the community over the past year. The goal of this guide is to showcase how easy it can be to start modern React […]

Developer Christian Rennella explains how learning design changed his career for the better. The reality of every developer is that they’re completely immersed in the back end, but they’re never face-to-face with the end user. The user doesn’t interact directly with their work—the user interacts with what the designer creates. […]

I’m a travel blogger who has been using WordPress for about five years now. I’ve always wanted to upload an interactive map to my blog to show people where I’m traveling. Of course, I don’t have the actual technical skills to build such an API, so I had to stick […]

mitmproxy is an interactive, SSL-capable man-in-the-middle proxy for HTTP with a console interface. mitmdump is the command-line version of mitmproxy. Think tcpdump for HTTP. Documentation, tutorials and distribution packages can be found on the mitmproxy website: Features Intercept HTTP requests and responses and modify them on the fly. Save complete HTTP conversations […]

WordPress is not the easiest to move or migrate from development to production environment or from one server to another. One can come across a whole host of roadblocks such as database import/export errors, file or database permission errors, path errors, and many more while migrating a WordPress blog or […]

As the craft of Web design continues to evolve, we’re recognizing the need to develop thoughtful design systems, rather than creating simple collections of web pages. A lot has been said about creating design systems, and much of it focuses on establishing foundations for color, typography, grids, texture and the […]

Being a freelancer comes with added freedom, but also requires a lot of extra adulting that you don’t quite have to do as an employee at a company. You have to track your time more diligently, pay taxes quarterly, manage erratic payment schedules, and more. Luckily, you don’t have to […]