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WordPress Local Development For Beginners: From Setup To Deployment

WordPress Local Development For Beginners: From Setup To Deployment WordPress Local Development For Beginners: From Setup To Deployment Nick Schäferhoff 2018-04-27T14:00:29+02:00 2018-05-10T15:53:01+00:00 When first starting out with WordPress, it’s very common to make any changes directly on your live site. After all, where else would you do it? You only have that one site, so when something needs changing, you do it there. However, this practice has several drawbacks. Most of all that it’s very public. So, when something goes seriously wrong, it’s quite noticeable for people on your site. Preventing Common Mistakes When creating free or premium WordPress...

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Measuring Websites With Mobile-First Optimization Tools

Measuring Websites With Mobile-First Optimization Tools Measuring Websites With Mobile-First Optimization Tools Jon Raasch 2018-04-26T13:40:03+02:00 2018-05-10T15:53:01+00:00 Performance on mobile can be particularly challenging: underpowered devices, slow networks, and poor connections are some of those challenges. With more and more users migrating to mobile, the rewards for mobile optimization are great. Most workflows have already adopted mobile-first design and development strategies, and it’s time to apply a similar mindset to performance. In this article, we’ll take a look at studies linking page speed to real-world metrics, and discuss the specific ways mobile performance impacts your site. Then we’ll explore benchmarking...

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Sharing Code Between Projects: Lessons Learned In The Trenches

Sharing Code Between Projects: Lessons Learned In The Trenches Sharing Code Between Projects: Lessons Learned In The Trenches Jonathan Saring 2018-04-25T14:40:51+02:00 2018-05-10T15:53:01+00:00 About a year ago, we came to a crossroad that changed the way we build software today. Like many other teams, we were working on a few things at a time, developing different projects for our web and mobile applications, with shared ingredients in the form of common Node.js code between our back-end repositoriess and microservices, and common React UI components with some slight visual and functional differences between our apps. As our team grew and code...

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Working Together: How Designers And Developers Can Communicate To Create Better Projects

Working Together: How Designers And Developers Can Communicate To Create Better Projects Working Together: How Designers And Developers Can Communicate To Create Better Projects Rachel Andrew 2018-04-24T16:50:19+02:00 2018-05-10T15:53:01+00:00 Among the most popular suggestions on Smashing Magazine’s Content User Suggestions board is the need of learning more about the interaction and communication between designers and developers. There are probably several articles worth of very specific things that could be covered here, but I thought I would kick things off with a general post rounding up some experiences on the subject. Given the wide range of skills held by the line-up...

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On Failures And Successes: Meet SmashingConf Freiburg 2018

On Failures And Successes: Meet SmashingConf Freiburg 2018 On Failures And Successes: Meet SmashingConf Freiburg 2018 Vitaly Friedman 2018-04-24T12:00:09+02:00 2018-05-10T15:53:01+00:00 Everybody loves speaking about successes, but nobody can succeed without failing big time along the way. It’s through mistakes that we grow and get smarter. So for the upcoming SmashingConf Freiburg 2018 (Sept. 10–11), we want to put these stories into focus for a change and explore practical techniques and strategies learned in real projects — the hard way. Aarron Walter, Josh Clark, Tammy Everts, Morten Rand-Hendriksen & many others. Sept 10–11. Early-Birds are available now → One track, two...

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