If you have a knack for building web apps for your business in PHP, Laravel and Yii are familiar names to you. Laravel is indeed a great framework and is perhaps be the best nowadays. In our previous blog, we supported that idea. However, when our PHP team at ValueCoders was trying to move to Laravel from Yii, they came across a few things that can’t be overlooked. This brings us to our topic: Laravel vs Yii: facts to know today!
We believe that the main idea behind using any tool or a framework is to get your task done in the best possible way. We have been using Yii for about three years and started working with Laravel last year. Yii2 was good, but before starting to work on Laravel, we got the feeling that it would be a far smarter framework than Yii.
We’re not going to be looking at CSS in this post but we are going to talk about tricks for taking paid vacations when no one is paying you to take time off. I suspect that there are a number of us in the front-end development community who face similar situations and addressing is one way we can figure it out together and hopefully glean ideas that make our work-life balance much healthier.
Taking Vacation When No One is Paying You to Take Time Off is a post from CSS-Tricks
Last week’s ShopTalk Show was all about HTML Email. It’s such a fascinating subject, as technically it is front-end web development, but it almost feels like a bizarro alternate universe.
We have dozens of browsers to worry about, they have hundreds of clients to consider. We worry about whether fancy new APIs are supported, they worry about whether padding is supported. We have grid layout, they have…. grid layout?!
It’s tempting to make the joke: “It’s coding like it’s 1999!"…
The Tools of an HTML Email Workflow is a post from CSS-Tricks
Today’s denial of service attacks are more sophisticated and professional than in the past.