Design Inspiration #184

Design Inspiration from Tom Cole Architecture, Inspectlet, Delaneau, Spina, and J. Hornig! Design Inspiration is a weekly post that showcases examples of some of the best new web design from around the internet. Tom Cole Architecture http://tomcolearchitect.com Inspectlet http://www.inspectlet.com Delaneau http://delaneau.com Spina https://spinanyc.com J. Hornig http://www.jhornig.at

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Working with Hashes in Ruby

Last week we looked at Arrays in Ruby. An Array is a useful data structure for working with a collection of items. A Hash is a similar Ruby data structure in that it allows you to work with a collection of items. However, a Hash is a dictionary of keys and values, where unlike an […]

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Getting started with Laravel and Ember

Over the last couple of years, the user experience bar for modern consumer and enterprise web application has risen steadily. Users now expect immersive, responsive and interactive user interfaces that respond and adapt to their input and requirements. Front-end Javascript frameworks are all the rage these days. These frameworks provide a lot of the functionality […]

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Design Inspiration #183

Design Inspiration from Everyday, The Modern House, Upcase, Green Man Festival, and Hound! Design Inspiration is a weekly post that showcases examples of some of the best new web design from around the internet. Everyday http://everyday-app.com The Modern House http://www.themodernhouse.net Upcase https://upcase.com Festival http://www.greenman.net Hound https://houndci.com

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Working with Arrays in Ruby

Over the last couple of weeks we’ve started to get to grips with the Ruby programming language. We looked at some of the reasons why you would want to learn Ruby as well as how to install and play around with IRB in Getting started with Ruby. Next we looked at using the String object […]

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Creating a New Post Application Service

Last week we looked at building an Application Service for creating new Thread objects. However, a thread is not very interesting without any posts. This week we will look at building an Application Service to create new Post objects. Create a new Post object is quite similar to creating a new Thread object as there […]

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Design Inspiration #182

Design Inspiration from Oleg Chulakov Studio, NeuBible, MC3, Katvig, and SOZO! Design Inspiration is a weekly post that showcases examples of some of the best new web design from around the internet. Oleg Chulakov Studio http://chulakov.com NeuBible http://www.neubible.co MC3 http://mc3.com.au Katvig http://katvig.dk SOZO http://sozodesign.co.uk

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Working with strings in Ruby

Last week we began our adventure into the wonderful world of Ruby by looking at some of the reasons why you would want to invest your time into learning it. We also set up our computers to run Ruby and we started to play around with what we can do with numbers. Strings are one […]

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Creating a new Thread Application Service

An important aspect of the functionality of Cribbb is the ability to create new threads. A thread is a topic of discussion within a Group. There are some important business rules around starting a new thread, and so we need to ensure that we enforce these rules through the objects we write. In today’s tutorial […]

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Design Inspiration #181

Design Inspiration from Leap, Paris Life Magazine, Batch, Five Simple Steps, and Few! Design Inspiration is a weekly post that showcases examples of some of the best new web design from around the internet. Leap http://leaptransit.com Paris Life Magazine http://parislifemag.com Batch https://batch.com Five Simple Steps http://www.fivesimplesteps.com Few http://few.io

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