Building Diverse Design Teams To Drive Innovation

Building Diverse Design Teams To Drive Innovation Building Diverse Design Teams To Drive Innovation Riri Nagao 2018-05-21T12:00:18+02:00 2018-05-21T10:03:12+00:00 There has been a surge of conversations about the tech industry lacking diversity. Companies are therefore encountering barriers in innovation. The current state of technology faces inequality and privilege, a consequence of having limited voices represented in […]

How to Fix Magento Login Issues with Cookies and Sessions

This article was created in partnership with Ktree. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. In this article are looking at how Magento cookies can create issues with the login functionality of both the customer-facing front-end and admin back-end, the reason it occurs and how it should be resolved. This is also […]

5 Steps to Installing WordPress with LEMP on Alibaba Cloud

This article was created in partnership with Alibaba Cloud. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) in the market, owing to the fact that it is completely free to use and extremely versatile. Typically, you would deploy WordPress on a LAMP […]

15 Bootstrap Tools and Playgrounds

In this post, we’ve scoured the web for Bootstrap tools and playgrounds and shared with you only the very best out there. Web designers and developers operate in a great industry. Our expertise and access to affordable development resources gives us the ability to do something unique — something which is found in few (if […]

How the Lightning Network Helps Blockchains Scale

This introduction to the Lightning Network was originally published at Bruno’s Bitfalls website, and is reproduced here with permission. Bitcoin is currently impractical to use because of slow and expensive transactions plaguing its blockchain. Most people use it as a store of value (the digital gold fallacy) or to trade on exchanges. A concept known […]

The Future Is Here! Augmented And Virtual Reality Icon Set

The Future Is Here! Augmented And Virtual Reality Icon Set The Future Is Here! Augmented And Virtual Reality Icon Set The Smashing Editorial 2018-05-18T15:45:28+02:00 2018-05-18T15:22:16+00:00 What once sounded like science fiction has become a reality: All you need is to grab a VR headset or simply use your web browser and you suddenly find yourself […]

Monthly Web Development Update 5/2018: Browser Performance, Iteration Zero, And Web Authentication

Monthly Web Development Update 5/2018: Browser Performance, Iteration Zero, And Web Authentication Monthly Web Development Update 5/2018: Browser Performance, Iteration Zero, And Web Authentication Anselm Hannemann 2018-05-18T13:51:17+02:00 2018-05-18T15:22:16+00:00 As developers, we often talk about performance and request browsers to render things faster. But when they finally do, we demand even more performance. Alex Russel from […]

Distributed App Deployment with Kubernetes & MongoDB Atlas

This article was originally published on mongoDB. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Storytelling is one of the parts of being a Developer Advocate that I enjoy. Sometimes the stories are about the special moments when the team comes together to keep a system running or build it faster. But there […]

How to Use Service Workers to Communicate Across Browser Tabs

This interview has been republished from Versioning, SitePoint’s daily subscription newsletter helping developers stay up-to-date and knowledgeable by offering curated links to the essentials in front-end, back-end, design and UX, news, business and more. Learn more and sign up here. Tim Evko is a front-end developer, managing a primarily React codebase, and team lead at ExecThread, […]

The CSS Grid Layout vs CSS Frameworks Debate

With cutting-edge CSS standards like CSS Grid Layout and Flexbox, coding a webpage layout is no longer such a pain. If you add to this that browser support for both Grid and Flexbox is pretty good too, then the question is bound to come up: Why should I learn and use a CSS framework in […]

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