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Formatting the Current Date and Time in PHP

You’ll often want to work with dates and times when developing websites. For example, you might need to show the last modified date on a post or mention how long ago a reader wrote some comment. You might also have to show a countdown of the days until a special event. Luckily, PHP comes with some built-in date and time functions which will help us do all that and much more quite easily. This tutorial will teach you how to format the current date and time in PHP. You will also learn how to get the timestamp from a...

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10 Best Multi-Purpose Android App Templates

These multi-purpose Android app templates let developers create many kinds of app easily and quickly. That way, you can use the same universal, all-in-one template over and over for different clients and projects. If you’re an experienced coder, one of these templates is a great way to jump-start your next project. And if you don’t program at all, you’ll find templates here to make it possible to create an Android app without having to code a single line!  Today, we’ll take a look at the 10 best multi-purpose app templates for Android at CodeCanyon.  1. Universal Android App  Universal Android App template allows developers to create an app for almost any purpose using the template’s dedicated layouts, with different layouts designed for different kinds of content. The template’s “configurator” tool can be used to define the content without you needing to write a single line of code, and the template has tons of built-in features to give you a head start.  More features: in-app purchase option AdMob advertising push notifications by OneSignal step-by-step documentation and more User djcelo says: “This is one of the best products I’ve bought on the internet. The system and the support are all excellent. I’m very very happy with this product.” 2. Material Design UI Material Design UI is a stylish Android UI template with five beautiful themes that can be used to make...

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New eBooks Available for Subscribers

Do you want to learn more about big data analytics? How about creating microservices with Kotlin, or learning Node.js development? Our latest batch of eBooks will teach you all you need to know about these topics and more. What You’ll Learn This month, we’ve made eight new eBooks available for Envato Tuts+ subscribers to download. Here’s a summary of what you can learn from them. 1. Security With Go Go is becoming more and more popular as a language for security experts. Security With Go is the first Golang security book, and it is useful for both blue team and red team applications. With this book, you will learn how to write secure software, monitor your systems, secure your data, attack systems, and extract information. 2. Rust Programming by Example Rust is an open source, safe, concurrent, practical language created by Mozilla. It runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees safety. This book gets you started with essential software development by guiding you through the different aspects of Rust programming. With this approach, you can bridge the gap between learning and implementing immediately. 3. Practical Big Data Analytics With the help of this guide, you will be able to bridge the gap between the theoretical world of technology with the practical ground reality of building corporate Big Data and data science platforms. You will get hands-on exposure to Hadoop and...

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Twenty Years as a Freelance Web Developer: Wisdom Gained and Lessons Learned

In the summer of 1998, when President Clinton fended off allegations of sexual impropriety and Donald Trump filmed a cameo in a Woody Allen movie, I embarked on my career as a freelance web developer. Twenty years and more than 300 websites later, I’m still at it—always working on my own and always from home. Over that time, I’ve had the pleasure of partnering with many prominent advertising agencies and boutique design firms as well as scores of local businesses and individuals. Those interested in making the switch to freelancing have often asked me for advice, and I’ve been...

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Hands-on With ARIA: Homepage Elements and Standard Navigation

Looking to make your website more accessible? Want to be the first in line as new online interfaces come to market? Look no further than ARIA. This set of standards maintained by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) gives you the best of both worlds by adding a number of attributes that allow HTML to be extended in meaningful ways. Here, we’ll walk through what ARIA is, see how it can benefit an informational website, and go through a use case step by step with code examples. Let’s get started! ARIA Basics ARIA (or sometimes WAI-ARIA) is the acronym for a set of accessibility standards, called the Web Accessibility Initiative–Accessible Rich Internet Applications. You can check out more about the foundations of ARIA in my previous article, but let’s go over some of its pillars now. HTML Site Accessibility: Getting Started With ARIA Kyle Speaker Defining Non-Traditional Relationships A majority of websites are built using HTML, which primarily relates elements to each other in a hierarchical fashion through parent-child relationships. This structure is great for defining content, but falls short when it comes to defining user interfaces. For example, in many sites and web applications, an area of content is controlled by buttons within a sibling element—the siblings have the same parent element, but in HTML they don’t have a direct relationship with each other. Because of this, it...

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