Switching to Straptastic

  07/01/2015

I’m currently switching website to WordPress featuring my Responsive Straptastic WP theme.  If you need anything meanwhile, feel free to contact me. Thanks for your patience!

Weather Forecast – Belgrade

20/07
Sat
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22°C
21/07
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Clear
28°C
22/07
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27°C
23/07
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26°C
24/07
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Clear
26°C
25/07
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26/07
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RSS Laracasts

  • Series Chapters 18/07/2019
    It's a bit overdue, but I need to add chapter headings to each series here at Laracasts. Come along as I use TDD to drive out this small change to the codebase. We might say a video belongs to a series, but also to a chapter within that series. Together, let's figure out how.
    Jeffrey Way
  • Avoid Flags 16/07/2019
    Technique #7. Particularly when it comes to your public interface, be careful about requiring flags to toggle various functionality. Instead, ask yourself if creating a new method will remove the need for the flag entirely.
    Jeffrey Way
  • An Alternative to Magic Numbers 12/07/2019
    Technique #6. A magic number is an important value in your system that isn't instantly clear. If you ever find yourself thinking, "Now what does this number represent," you likely have a magic number on your hands. Instead, consider giving it a name.
    Jeffrey Way
  • Inline SVGs Using Render Functions 11/07/2019
    Our next practical Vue component offers us an easy way to dynamically load and tweak inline SVGs on the fly. View the source code for this episode on GitHub.
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  • How to Dynamically Inline SVG Files in Vue Components 09/07/2019
    Imagine that you need to iterate over a list of items and render the contents of an SVG icon for each. With PHP, this is a cinch. We only need to append the .blade.php extension to each file. Then, we can dynamically @include the necessary SVG file. However, when inside a Vue component, things get […]
    Jeffrey Way

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