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One Component Per Page

We'll take a one-component-per-page approach to this website. This means, for each link in the sidebar, we need to create a companion Vue component. When …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Monday March 18, 2019


The future of CSS: Nesting Selectors

Early March the first draft for the CSS Nesting Module was published. The draft outlines a future mechanism by which we’ll be able to nest CSS selectors natively (e.g. in pure CSS, without the use of any preprocessors) This module describes support for nesting a style rule within another style rule, allowing the …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Sunday March 17, 2019


Weekly Update 130

Well that was a hell of a week of travel. Seriously, the Denver situation was just an absolute mess but when looking at the video from the day I was meant to fly in, maybe being stuck in LA wasn't such a bad thing after all: As of 1:30 p.m., all runways are closed, but the terminal & concourses are open. …

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Written by Troy Hunt - - Aggregated on Sunday March 17, 2019


CSS Grid: Floor Plan

Another CSS Grid Layout by Olivia NG. Be sure to check more CSS Grid Layouts in her CSS Grid Experiments collection on CodePen. Some nce CSS Grid: Floor Plan → CSS Grid Experiments Collection →

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Sunday March 17, 2019


The future is up to us

Dear Reader, I often talk about standing on the shoulders of giants. I don’t always mean the people that developed the tools I use day to day to get my job done. I stand on the shoulders of the people who reached down, helped my up and then helped me climb onto their shoulders. I […] The post The future is up to …

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Sunday March 17, 2019


Making Happiness

Dear Reader, WordCamp’s have a concept that PHP conferences need to steal. A dedicated room for people to hang out and help each other with technical issues. Yes, every PHP conference has the hallway track and that’s good. But the happiness bar is for more in-depth help. Speakers go there after their talk to help […] …

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Saturday March 16, 2019


Crash Illustration

My friend Mohamed Said asked me, “When are we going to see a cartoon on people who crash on a bike?”, and not wanting to disappoint I decided to make one of him. This one was fun to make and I had the idea of just having a huge head screaming but then you couldn’t tell it was a bike crash, so I had to include …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Friday March 15, 2019


Homestead Fifty Six

Homestead Fifty Six is a development environment for PHP 5.6 and 7.0 by Homestead maintainer Joe Ferguson. Visit Laravel News for the full …

Written by Laravel News - - Aggregated on Friday March 15, 2019


Conferences are for making new friends

Dear Reader, I met my three best friends, Paul, Keith, and Adam, at PHP conferences. Meeting people and making new friends is one of the major benefits of participating in a conference. I would not say that ‘the hallway track’ is the reason to attend a conference, but it is in the top 3. The […] The post Conference…

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Friday March 15, 2019


Building the Layout

In this episode, we'll construct the main layout for our assets website. To streamline this process, I'll pull in Tailwind and add it to my Laravel Mix build. …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Friday March 15, 2019


Reinventing Facebook’s data center network

When we first shared details of our data center fabric , we were supporting 1.35 billion people on one app. Since then, we have openly shared our journey of building our own switches , writing FBOSS (our own network operating system) and continuing to scale out various aspects of the network. Most recently, we …

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Written by Facebook Code - - Aggregated on Thursday March 14, 2019