Photoshop CS6: Creative Logo Design

Photoshop CS6: Creative Logo Design


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Logo design software review – The Logo Creator by Laughingbird Software

Logo design software review – The Logo Creator by Laughingbird Software


Logo design software review – Creating your own graphics is fun and can save you a ton of time The Creator7 by laughingbird software is the tool you need to make creating your own graphics easy HI. I’m Marc Sylvester And I’m lisa sylvester here at laughingbird software home of the creator seven the creator is Actually made up of four different modules the logo creator containing 200 ready-made templates the business card set with high quality Card templates that you can have professionally printed the people pack a collection of add like templates of real people all with Transparent backgrounds and a unique character creation tool to make your phone marketing mascots here Let’s take a quick walkthrough of the software here. We are inside the creator You’ll notice a welcome screen here And you’ll notice your logo templates here on the left the software contains 50 business card templates that you can modify a thousand ways logo templates and the people pack The people pack comes with a whole bunch of marketing graphics that you can use to market your website Your blogs your business your form whatever let’s let’s pick this one It pops up you can resize the canvas drag things around Make images bigger just like a regular graphics program change the color of text and outlines Changes the font people pet comes with a whole bunch of other people images, so let’s say we don’t want this image I’m gonna hit delete on my keyboard But we do want to spice it up with some images so up here in this panel If you’ll see a whole bunch of graphics so all you have to do to use them is to select one of the categories like spheres for example Find something you like Bring it down, and you can format the size Whatever you want to do or we can find the people images by looking at the people pack elements, and you’ll find silhouettes You’ll see a lot of people images just bring any of them onto the canvas by dragging them down and changing them very easily resize them and we can make this our new foot club or whatever you want, but let’s hit undo for that and her and we’re Gonna go back to People pack elements, and we’re gonna find silhouettes Nice logo, and let’s change the background color if we wanted to make it black Red right now. I think I’m gonna leave it white and we can give this image a drop shadow There we’ve just totally changed the template and made a custom graphic adamance. Okay. Let’s take a quick look at the business card set Go back to select a template let’s go find the business cards now. I use the business card set For my own business cards and they came out really cool so when you select a business card template Let’s just do any random one this one’s good You’re gonna notice a red border around the cards to remove the border You just go to format canvas and click on this card guide, and it takes it weighs just a guide For when they cut the cards, it’s a bleed image. I’ll show you that one minute so for now Let’s remove it and we’re Gonna change the text from art Garfunkel to something like Brad Pitt okay, and as with every other template we can change the Size the font the color like that And our telephone number here Edit two Five five five one two one two now this area here We need an image so this brings us to with the character set that I had mentioned earlier The fourth fun thing that you get when you purchase the the creator so we’ll go down to here to cartoon creator, and you’ll notice a whole bunch of folders in these folders there are images of cartoon images that you can bring down to the canvas or we have if it is with no face and Put a face on it. We find other elements like a mouth and It as fits and let’s shrink it down a tad, so it does fit And we’ll go find some cool eyes and if that doesn’t quite work for you find some other eyes and We’ll change this mouth Your own mascot character you don’t like this body. Delete it find a superhero body perhaps The character creator has a whole bunch of other things. It’s got speech Bubbles Monster bodies girl faces girl figures bodies with no heads and heads with no bodies Mix and Match everything to make all kinds of custom mascots for your cards for your website for your vlogs Just to brand your business So for the business card example. We don’t really need a character. We need our own image Which is easy to do up here under the file menu we want to import our own graphic Finally image you want bring it onto the canvas and now brad Pitt’s picture is there And now I’m going to print it up here under options Format Canvas, you’re Gonna see a print button Let’s make sure that our graphics in our r-Texas is centered okay, and they all fit into the red border great So I’m going to hit the print options And now it’s asking me to export my my graphic as a jpeg so I’ll do that Once they do it. Pops me to a brand new web page that’s on vistaprint.com. I can upload my graphic So I go to my computer. I click it. I choose my image now You’ll notice is that red border that we saw is exactly right here What vistaprint and other card companies want you to use? There are other card companies you can use you don’t have to use visitor print I happen to like it because they do a great job and you Can preview the image which is really nice And it’s also pretty doggone inexpensive look at this 100 cards will be shipped to your door in about 2 days for about $8 500 cards for $10 and not just cards, but you can make pens with your graphic sticky notes Car Magnets look at this mouse pads. That’s actually really cool 9 bucks for a mousepad That’s branded with your picture and everything else Banners lots of cool stuff coffee mugs, notepads t-shirts and even hats if you wanted it now watch this let’s choose this template, so What if we make this a little bit easier to see by making it bigger and bolder now We have more of a page header banner looking thing, so let’s say I want to change this texture What if I went to Google images, and I typed in? glossy background okay, and I find a cool image that I like I don’t know like this one for example, and I’m gonna save it to my desktop Back to the logo creator, and now I’m going to drag this image from my desktop onto the text Now it’s pretty dark and pretty cool-looking now. It gives it a whole new feel. Oh, let’s change the font to Your cooler font maybe you might want to use this for a Youtube channel or a page header And you can make banners out of it by simply making the canvas long and when you’re done all you have to do is go up here to the file and We hit export as a jpeg export as a png or if we don’t want the background We export this whole thing as a transparent Png image Which means that we’ll be put it on our website The background will be transparent, and it’ll look really cool. So there you go. There’s a creator we have the logo templates business card templates people pack elements and a Whole bunch of characters you can use to create your own Avatars Mascot characters anything else you might want to use it a character flaw It’s that easy in a short time your graphics will be done And you’ll be able to kick back Knowing that you’ve saved a ton of time and money the creator 7 by laughing brew software makes it all possible Download it now and start creating today

LGR – Thrifts [Ep.44] Auld Lang Finds

LGR – Thrifts [Ep.44] Auld Lang Finds


[thrifty music] – Greetings, and yeah, Christmas 2019 is just over with, New Years is upon is, and so is a new decade, which is, well, it only comes
around once every decade, so I figured I’d go
thrifting one final time in the 20-teens before we
reach the 20 next, 2020s. Right, let’s go thrifting. [LGR Thrifts music] And off we go, visiting this Goodwill for one final time, before the decade ends. And then next decade begins in like four days, so whatever. And just getting inside here, and aw man, who left the dog out? Aw, Goodwill needs a good boy mascot, I nominate Buggy Dog. Over on the back shelf
of electronic stuff, this Sharp stereo stood out for being, I mean, it’s not the sharpest looking, but Sharp brand, it’s just
larger than I normally see, with a 50 disk CD changer, yeah, that’s a beefier all-in-one system than I normally see, yeah but whatever, there was this thing that I saw out of the corner of my
eye when I got over here. What in the world, man? There’s not much around back, like at all, and I just don’t even
know what this design is, the front sticker seemed to imply it was some kind of a game, and it turns out it is, by a company called Merch Source, it’s called the Black
Series Hover Target Game, it’s like a plastic
candelabra that shoots out air from its holes, and
hovers ping pong balls, you try to hit ’em with a dart gun. That’s a thing. And yeah, just down from there, on the other shelf is some
stuff that sort of stood out for being slightly different, like this older pair of
wireless, infrared headphones, never used IR headphones, but I can’t imagine they
work too great, I don’t know. Also had a pretty average example of a Polaroid Square
Shooter 2, Land Camera, haven’t seen one of these in a while. And then there was this
electronic slab of sorts, it really just had two buttons, backspace and start. Certainly a foot pedal for
some sort of electronic system, and yeah, around here, on the back as you can see
is a Panasonic RP-2692, which confirms that it
is indeed a foot pedal for a transcriber, dictation, recording, type of machine, for like micro-cassettes, like the Panasonic RR930. And down below there
we’ve got a record player, with a kind of amusing aesthetic, no needle, apparently. But yeah, this is a Sears system, one of those that I was drawn to simply because of the aesthetic, I mean I don’t know, that slanted, metallic front, chunky sliders, and the simplistic insides. It’s a cheap thing, no doubt, but I was really close to getting it just because it was so simple. Anyway, didn’t get it. And down from there is one of these phones that any time I see ’em I get a slight little bit of excitement, and then I realize it’s
just that stupid same one that I’ve seen so many times. It’s just a simple touch-tone phone made to look older than it actually is, with coin mechanisms
that don’t actually work, I don’t think. Or maybe they do, I don’t know. The whole thing’s plastic. Over in the media section, and there were actually
a few PC games in their smaller boxes, “Roller
Coaster Tycoon 3 Platinum”, of course I already have
that, highly enjoy it. And there’s also a “Stronghold
2” over here, also have this, but you know, I don’t know, I’m pointing them out because look, here it is, it’s pointed out. Hmm, let’s see, what do we got over here
in the randomness section, we’ve got two-speed electric scissors. This lady on front, why is she here? Is she making clothes
using these scissors? Does she cut her hair using them? Is this a veiled threat? I don’t know what to think. Anyway, old scissors that
are electric scare me. And speaking of scary,
but oddly intriguiging, there is this thing. I think it’s a candle holder. It’s really hard to tell. It’s a highly unique, hand-made, and $13, yeah I see you there, I see you. Right, onto another Goodwill. Fun fact, the lucky rock here, runs out of luck in just four days, so let’s see what we got. And what we’ve got are a
bunch of Christmas left-overs of course, including these very
bedazzling looking presents that are all lit up, and the usual stacks of
used Christmas trees, it’s just incredibly sad, used fake trees, it’s a
special kind of melancholy. All right, over in the media and whatnot, there’s a few PC things
hanging around here, mostly really boring stuff
like “500 Legal Documents”, now this one sure grabbed my attention, because it said “Space Quest”, but it’s not that “Space Quest”, but it did also say three
and a half inch diskette, but this is a CD case, and yeah, this is one
of those jewel cases, that usually will hold a CD, but has a special insert, to hold a three and a
half inch floppy diskette, which is pretty darn cool, I only have a few of
these in my collection, I you know, don’t know
why I didn’t get this, I should have gotten this. And I normally don’t look at too much in the audio CD section, but I saw these old “Now This Is What I Call Music” releases, like “Now 3” here, and yeah, the instant odd 90s
nostalgia this brings back. I’m not even sure it’s nostalgia, it’s just like weird memories
that haven’t resurfaced in almost exactly 20 years. Anyway, seemed appropriate
considering this is the end of 2019, this was the end of 1999, heading into the year 2000. Over on another media shelf I saw this intriguing stack
of fragile document mailers all sent out from the Chicago Daily News Language Records label, apparently, these are all like 10 inch
language learning series, like learn a language, 33 and a third RPM language
lessons on records, many of them appearing to be
brand new or very close to it. They have just an odd assortment,
I love seeing this stuff. Oh man, haven’t seen one
of these in Goodwill yet, this is one of the
Pip-Boy cell phone holders that goes on your wrist, from “Fallout 4’s” whatever edition, they’re charging $80 for it, which actually seems to
be about the going rate. And over next to this weighing machine that weighed like a billion pounds, I saw this Big Bobber floating cooler, it’s a cooler, that looks like
a fishing bobber, [laughs] yeah, I guess it’s a cooler
that floats beside your boat, a common enough idea, but an
uncommon design, I approve. Aw man, buddy, I feel ya. Look at that, he’s been through
the New Year’s hangover, and it’s not even quite New Year’s yet. All right, getting over
to the electronics, and we got some classics,
these Gateway 2000 speakers, Altec Lansing ACS41s, I’d actually like to
get a nice set of these, if they had the subwoofer
and the power supply, which this does not. A shelf up from there we
have some intriguing items, some cameras, a Konica C35, I quiet like the look of, as well as this Olympus 35 ECR, compact little metal cameras like this just feel nice in the hands, unlike that very plastic
older Polaroid back there. And these very plastic
cheap garbage VR headsets, that again, as I’ve said
many times on LGR Thrift, these are just littering
stores these days. It really is kind of a sign of the times, like at the end of this decade
these are just everywhere. Ah man, this brings back
unfortunate retail memories, especially around
Christmas holiday season, retail workers don’t get no respect, man. Especially in toy sections. Anyway, wanted to try to see if I can get over there and take a look at
the puzzles and board games. Eh, not a whole lot, that’s how it goes, although I did see one thing over here, not a game but a piece of software, a “Brodurbund 3D Home
Architect Deluxe 3.0”, and I have this one already, well I think it’s a little bit older, but these are fun, don’t know why I haven’t
done a video about them yet. Okay, over in the
whatever this is section, and there’s a bunch of whatever this is, including this thing, it is a Dynex USB
Parallel Converter cable, plug your older printer
into a more modern machine, nothing terribly special, it’s just I don’t see these too often, much less new in a package like this. Also don’t see this new in
package very often either. Look at GeoSafari, classic inserts here, this is the Wonders of
the Smithsonian Pack, yeah, it still had it, price sticker from Toys & Co. on there, I was always amused by these as a kid. Oh, and what do we have here, there’s a delightful little
basket of calculators. Actually some pretty
interesting ones in here. Several graphing calculators
from Casio, Sharp, and of course, Texas Instruments. And some older scientific
stuff like this TI-30 here from the late ’70s, and even one of the venerable
HP12C’s which they still sell. Shame this one had an R
scratched into the front, but hey, it had its case, it’s only $5, so yeah, I hope somebody picks this up that knows what it is, ‘casue these are nice, man, reverse Polish notation. The Goodwill searches continue
with another Goodwill. And right up front on
top of the glass case is this Mansfield 650 eight
millimeter film editor, and Mansfield, this is
satisfying to mess with. All those metal components,
and I don’t know, metal, it just feels good. [laughing] You got this PreSonus bag over here on top of some furniture, what is this? Well it appears to be a drum
pad from Yamaha, a DD65. Friend of mine had a less
advanced version of this back in the day, had a lot of fun banging around
on that, that’s for sure. And what do we have here? We got a Wii Tower of Power, of sorts. This is quite the set-up, you got spaces for games, and controllers, guess the Wii itself, gotta wonder how many
of these things sold. Balls. Over in the kitchen stuff,
what do we have here? Looks like a old-school
pour-over coffee maker, of sorts, yeah, it’s a Bodum design thing, it’s very red, very plastic, seemingly from the U.K., or Europe. – [Computer Voice] Denmark. – [LGR] I like making pour-over coffees, so it had my attention. Alrighty, board games and other things, and this stood out, ’cause not English, this appears to be a puzzle for trains. Yes, bullet train puzzle, that is one of the most
delightfully Japanese things I have ever seen, I kinda love it. This is interesting over here, almost thought it was a
couple of packs of cigarettes, but nope, it’s a couple
of packs of playing cards for Carnival Cruise Lines, the most popular cruise line in the world. Definitely an older Carnival, judging by the photography
and logos and whatnot, that’s pretty neat. Aw man, speaking of older stuff, check this classic Crock Pot out. Hamilton Beach Crock Watcher, this brings back memories,
dag-gum-it, I swear, saw this thing in like every other holiday thing that happened as a kid. Did seriously everyone have
one of these in this design, or something very close to it, ’cause man. Yeah, that’s a little different, at least for the keyboard
section at Goodwill’s, I’ve got a Razor keyboard
here of some kind, very flat one, chicklet
style keys and such, I don’t know what model it is, it looks like the stickers
were taken off the back, but yeah, $9 for you know, I’m not saying it’s a great keyboard, it’s just a little different in terms of brand than you normally see. Ooh, what is this wood-grained
wrapped monstrosity? From DBX no less, check out that in and out in the back, it’s a couple of fuses, and oh man, those cones are not in great shape, unfortunately, no sticker on the back either, but it looks like a DBSW, two by six, it’s a subwoofer speaker
system, it’s pretty cool, man. Rarely see older subs like this. Ooh, and check this out. Exactly the type of clock radio that I am eternally attracted
to and I don’t even know, looks awesome, looks fantastic. Ooh, I think we’ve hit
a mother-load of sorts, in terms of boring software. Actually there’s some
intriguing things in here, a lot of big box stuff, all the way from the late 80s, to the early 2000s, most of which I’m not interested in, or I already have it, or I just, you know, it’s kind of interesting
but it’s rather beat up, but these were all between
three to five dollars each, so I picked up a few of them. Got the “Merriam-Webster Online
Dictionary and Thesaurus” for Windows Three, “Rivers and Waterfall Screen
Savers and Wallpaper Pack”, “Fractal Chaos! Screen Saver” for Windows, “Expert Travel Planner” for Windows Three, and “My Internet Postage”
by Stamps.com, yeah, that Stamps.com. This not only comes packed with a lot of old-school postage supplies inside, but you could also just
print out postage right here, not even getting on the internet at all, just using the software. Still sealed, pretty neat. Alrighty, and we got one
more Goodwill to check out, before the end of the decade here, and yeah, they are still
building that building, over the building building building, don’t know what it is, there’s no signs up that I see that say what it is gonna be here, but obviously it’s a thing, and very close proximity to Goodwill, so we’ll see in 2020. And right inside on top of the glass case had a few interesting things here, but mostly this Thomas
Collectors Edition radio, number 75 of a limited run apparently. Despite the 1930s appearance, it is definitely not that old, it’s a recreation, but it’s pretty cool. Speaking of radios that
could be considered quote, pretty cool, I got this
transparent deal here, that is not just a
transparent AM/FM radio, but it’s also one of
those hand-cranking ones for emergency situations,
or whatever you need a hand-cranked radio for, an emergency radio, we’ll call it that. Nice idea on the part of the manufacturer to make it transparent, because you can see the
gizmo inside doing its thing, yeah, that right there
automatically makes this more amusing than any
other hand-cranked radio I’ve ever had. Over in the electronic junk section there’s some electronic junk, including a super-loud phone ringer, never miss another call. I just like that it says super-loud, not just loud, it’s super. And a shelf down from that, this grabbed my attention, first for that classic JVC design, but then just because of what it is, the XLR5010 CDR, yep, it’s a compact disk recordable, but actually three of ’em, perfect kind of late 90s
party device right there, that’s actually pretty darn cool. Speaking of pirate devices, [chuckles] I got this Go Video DDV 9050 VHS copier, as well as this Realistic High-Power Video/Audio Tape Eraser. Man, seriously, somebody
was into copying some stuff back in the day, fun times. Look at this little tchotchke, this is exactly the type
of thing I remember seeing on like my mom’s managers desk
at the hotel back in the day, Sporty Memos, it’s just like
a little golden clippy thing that holds things in place, and looks like a thing, in this case a tennis racket, ah, it’s amusing. See what’s over here? We got some older lookin’ bottles, yeah, I’ll say, “Federal law forbids sale
or reuse of this bottle” I like old bottles like this, don’t know what I would do
with ’em, but I approve. Checkin’ out the VHS section
over here, and my goodness, somebody had a whole collection goin’ on, and didn’t open most of ’em. Seems to be a complete
selection of “The Waltons” from Columbia House, on VHS, man like seriously, every episode. Gotta wonder the situation where somebody bought all of these, and then just never opened ’em. Hot dang, this must be
the day for Goodwill’s with slightly interesting keyboards. We got this Fantech K10 Hunter back-lit pro gaming keyboard over here. Oh man, that Sony
Spider-Man font on the keys, and despite the mechanical appearances, this is absolute garbage to type on, what in the world? It’s got all these impressive
sounding specs around back, but the switches, they’re non-existent. And what do we have here on this table? First I thought it was just a bunch of vinyl laid out on top of each other, but it’s actually an art
piece all glued together, that’s a bunch of albums
in one piece for a wall. Man, how many is that? It’s gotta be a record. And then finally on the end-caps here, I noticed all of these boxes marked as $1 today only, soap dispensers. [giggles] I mean, I don’t need
one, but it’s a dollar. [giggles] it’s a battery-powered soap dispenser. I’m getting one. And there we go, that is it for the final episode of LGR Thrifts for this decade. This is episode 44. Yeah, look at the things that I got. Maybe not the most impressive to everyone, but these amuse me, so. Yeah, I got an internet
postage big box thing, a dictionary, waterfall screen saver, travel planner, “Fractal Chaos!” and a friggin’ 32499 Kimberly Clark
Professional Soap Dispenser, because why not? It was a dollar. Pretty nice lookin’ battery-powered soap dispenser right there, kind of looks like a storm trooper. Now I guess I just need some soap. [chuckles] and apparently that’s like $25 a bag, so that’s where they get ya. Give away the razor, sell the blades, et cetera, et cetera. Anyway, that’s all for
this episode of Thrifts, and as usual, thank you
for supporting the show, and requesting more episodes, and sending in your own thrifting finds over however many months
it’s been since the last one, has it been months? It feels like months, I don’t know. It’s a long time sometimes between these, just because it’s not always
the most opportune time to go thrifting throughout the year, usually this time of
year’s a little bit slower, but you know, is what it is, so thank you for sending in your own finds so I can include them here, and as usual, thank you very much for watching, we’ll see you in the next episode. Next year, next decade, all that kind of stuff. [babbles] [funky music]

Photoshop CS6 Tutorial – Logo Design

Photoshop CS6 Tutorial – Logo Design


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[Tutorial] Blueprints in Wrike

[Tutorial] Blueprints in Wrike


Hello, everyone. Let’s talk about blueprints, which are an
easy way to speed up repetitive work in Wrike. This is an experimental feature and needs
to be activated by your account admin. To use it, go to wrike.com/labs
and check the box over here. Now you’re good to go, so let’s see how
this feature works and what it’s for. Blueprints let you build out projects and
tasks without interrupting ongoing work. Once enabled, blueprints appear right in your
folder tree here in a separate section. That means now you can keep your ongoing work
separate from non-actionable items. So far, there are no items in this section,
so let’s create our first blueprint together. There are two ways of doing this. You can either create a project, folder, or
task blueprint from scratch, or you can save an existing project, folder,
or task as a blueprint. Let’s create one from scratch. But first, let’s quickly discuss how you
might use them. Say we have a team that delivers webinars
on a weekly basis. All the webinars include the same actionable items, so in order to speed up the process of launching a new webinar project, we’ll create a blueprint. We click the plus icon located next to the Blueprints title and choose the type of an item we want to create. Let’s make it a project. We’ll call it “New Webinar.” At this stage, we can also specify
our blueprint location. But keep in mind, we can only include a blueprint
item in another blueprint folder or project. That means none of the folders or projects
from the main folder tree can be used as the parent location for a blueprint. So far, we haven’t yet created any containers
in our Blueprints section, but we’ll come back to this step a bit later. If we need to apply any specific workflow,
we can also do it here. Now let’s go to the settings. The same person on our team is always responsible
for delivering webinars, so let’s add them as the owner of this project. Then we set up start and finish date and choose
the default view. By the way, when you add the owner to a blueprint
project and an assignee to a blueprint task, this person doesn’t automatically get access
to these items and will not receive any notifications about them. Down below, we’re prompted to decide whether
this project will remain private for the time being or shared with the whole team
or specific users. We click “Create now,” and we have our
first blueprint project. It looks the same as all the projects we previously
created in Wrike, with one exception — right here above the project’s info panel, there’s
a notification indicating this project is a blueprint. Now it’s time to populate this project with
the specific tasks necessary for its completion. We can quickly add a couple of them. When working with templates, we recommended changing the status of all the template tasks to “deferred” so they didn’t show up
in the “My work section” of the assignee and they didn’t receive any notifications
about them. With blueprints, you don’t need to worry about this since the assignee won’t receive any notifications anyway. Let’s assign all tasks to Joanna. Now let’s go back to the “Blueprints”
section in the left navigation panel and create some folders to hold related blueprints. The first one will be “Marketing.” And let’s also create a folder for
“Professional Services.” Now we can easily drag our “New Webinar”
blueprint to the necessary folder. Let’s also try creating a blueprint out
of an existing project or template. We can go to one of them in the main folder tree. All we need to do is to right-click it and
choose “Save as Blueprint.” In the pop-up, let’s give it a proper title,
locate it, and select what attributes we want it to have. Next, we click “Save.” Our project blueprint is created
in the designated folder. You can create task blueprints just the same
ways — either from scratch or from an existing task. Now that we created our blueprints, let’s
see how we can use them to quickly launch work. Let’s go to one of them. We right-click it and choose
“Create from blueprint.” Then we need to follow the same steps as we
did when we to launched projects from templates — title it, select the necessary location, add task prefixes if needed, and customize how the tasks should be duplicated,
and finally reschedule the project. But with blueprints, we can decide whether we want to inform the assignees of the tasks within a given project. If we check this box, all the assignees will
receive Inbox notifications. The same process is applied to creating active
tasks out of blueprints. Let’s see how to use request forms. We can now create and add incoming work from
custom blueprints. Let’s open one of those that we have in
our demo account and edit it. In the section where we need to decide what type of an item will be triggered when this form is submitted, there are two new options
— “Create task from blueprint” and “Create project from blueprint”. Let’s choose this option, select the blueprint, and fill out this form. Let’s go back to my demo account. We open “Request Inbox” in the “Marketing”
folder and see the new project. And now you know how to use this wonderful
feature. As we mentioned, it’s experimental, so we’d
love to get your feedback. Leave your comments on the Wrike Labs page
by clicking the “Send feedback” button over here.

PHP WebSocket Chat – complete tutorial

PHP WebSocket Chat – complete tutorial


Hello, and welcome guys to new video on YouTube to my channel [first] of all I want to say that this video will be the Maybe one [of] the only videos that will be in English language first of all because I’m a very bad English speaking person and second because that’s only by a request so I want to do this tutorial again in English So okay. Let’s get started with this First of all I want to show you What the blood socket chat looks like what its? features are and What you can [expect] from this code? so Okay to clients now [logged] into this page My chrome browser on the left side and [my] attorney to chrome browser on the right side So these two Clients act different so I Send a message Like hello to the chatroom, and you can see a chat on [the] left side displayed the client five nine [two] with a message hello and on the right side I get the same message, but on the right side it’s Dark so it’s black displayed and the left side little bit greyed out so you can see that. This is your message [I] type of message again to all so I want to say hello to all and in this [chatroom] and Maybe the first client will answer it like I-59 [-] so you see this works actually this Ids are randomly ids get from the Socket [I]? Will show you later how this works, but you can put a login script or something in front of this and Send their the Id or the username with it would be something better to do but I’ve done it for reasons so Let’s go with this shit [when] [I] reload the Akagi’s jet the messages are gone, and I can send as another user So you see the ID changes Okay, so let’s get started with the code first of all In the comment line, I started this websocket with in the direction of my server It’s on the local server installed, and I started it with the Php Exa and started the Php file That’s in my server directory [I] share with you [guys] to link to my Google one a Google drive Folder so you can download the [whole] thing I Show it to you really quick. So the server is [running] I can stop it real quick here and Start it again So it’s running now [does] it’s that file here? Just follow sorry [I’ll] open it up for you, so we can Go through it later next you will need a bundle folder with composer installed and in this vendor folder I get some Auto loads, and I used to library ratchet for this [I] will This folder will will [be] in the download link also So you don’t have to do that you for yourself? then I have Javascript files jquery so make life a little bit easier. I Got a class folder. There’s a DB class file in here [you] don’t have [to] use it because that’s the status actually Not connected with database, but you can do with the class that I wrote in here You don’t have to use it you [can] use your own if you [want] to but I leave it there so you can download Ok yeah, that’s the first you need it [of] course an index.php file is also there and [I’ll] show you this files right now [ok] First of all [I] get the index file which creates an session randomly. That’s my user Id right now I Connect to check very file of course do a little bit of styling nothing really big get an output area get an input field and Got my functions down here There we get later So next to fold the server itself [I] set a time limit to [zero] so the script can run and run and [run] and Will only break the scenario [or] course or something? Ok then uses the name spaces for wretched library It uses a little bit of an interface and then the server and something you get from [Rachet], you can read that At the record that I always think what’s the website and maybe put it in the description, [too] so yeah, [I] Put the auto load file in here The class jet which is this file? implements the method component interface Yeah, I know The file isn’t named right, but it’s only for tests, so I Think you guys can do it better So I get two variables here called clients and users the users variable is not used in this tutorial, but I put it here for purpose [I] explain later why so then I get an incorrect constructor which Instantiated an sPL object storage at the clients variable What that is you can also read [that] at the home page? It’s just a storage light the database storage something so yeah, I got a little bit of functions here like four pieces of them and It’s for open stage closed state message state and error state error [State] is Really easy to explain close the connection of course [the] open State the open function open method Connects the client it attaches the connection you get a neglected interface through this method and attach it to the [client] This one is also. That’s the one I would like to explain I Get from the connection the resource. Id so this is the user id which is generated by the websocket and save it in the users array, and save there the connection to care so I can Use it later on on the in the on message function But I don’t use it in this tutorial so it’s not there [for] Use yep, you know English is not very good So you don’t have to use it I? Come at it out so also in the unclose function there’s the same thing you detach the connection from the clients and Your unset it Yeah, you know And in the unmess it function you get two parameters. That’s from That’s a firm object from which the message is sent and the Data object which also Contains the Data we send from the client. This is what I show you a little bit later now I save my ID from the Client that sends the message. That’s the resource id in the front object and the Data object is [Jason] so ID cuz it’s Jason and I get the type and switch this type through and Send them the message out [I] get here in detail later on So now down here. [I] start the server at Whichever Ip or domain you’re running this server on For me. It’s localhost, and I run it at port 88 you can here Determinate Which port you want to run the server on and? yeah, you could to go and Run the server that’s all you [text] on the server side and In the client you have to do the following you connect to the Web socket with [Wf] double point Localhost double point port when you want to do [wss] for secure Web socket you have to install Ssl, certificate and of course Put it in the config files of your server If you want to do that I’ll maybe do a video about that in the future future but not right now, [okay]? [so] then we get an unopened method or here also We sent in the unopen Data to the server we sent there that we’re logging in and It’s type socket [I] called it socket, and I put the user id here which was created above on the top of the file Top in the file, whatever and so you know what I mean, I guess So on error there you can do a little bit of error handling. [I] don’t do that at the moment You can do so if you want to on message is relatively easily easy you parse the Chasen which you get from the event [pull] Data event Data you know yeah, and Switch that and in case of chat event you put out word debt in the Dis chat output? And appended there [I] append [there] chasing that message. I call the dead variable message and Yeah, I show you why this is called in the server-side later on? Now we get to the event handling from the input Field I Do this onkeyup and I check for the enter key [and] Shift Key so if you press Enter and shift you get a new line, and you press enter if you press enter you send the message at the Moment the you press [enter] the message is stored at chat Machat message variable and You send this variable to the server to the web socket With stringy for Jason the type chat the user Id and the chat message After that it clear the text area so you can start from scratch? Yeah, that’s from that for the Index now. We get a little bit in [detail] on the unmess [Egde] method in the server [here] we switch the type of the data we get and in case of chat [I] put the user Id in the variable the message in the variable and I create the HTML for the response of [xander] and this response of the receiver so the client that receives the message get a little bit of an different looking HtML than the sender of course you’ve seen that before with a little bit grayed out styled message and then start we start the output the from user Gets wire sent Method A Json Array adjacent Data with which contains an array in Php and There is the type we get from the client so the types in this case chat and the message is the response HtML message for from of course Then we loop [the] loop through the clients that are logged into a site to our site and we look for Every client that is not as of course. We want they don’t want to get the message twice and send it to the client to each client and Send it. Why are chasing a code and put the array of [the] type and the message in there? That’s it on the server side What I wanted to point out here is This one the event data object contains the type which I mentioned [before] so this type is Jason dot type and Switch it. This will be k [jet] case [chet] And jason that message will [be] the message, so the HtML Markup which was defined here Yeah, that’s the matter magic of the websocket server. I got here um anything else I want to point [out] I Think that’s it for this tutorial guys. [I] hope you Understand what I wanted to show you [I] know, I’m not best English speaker. I can only repeat myself. [I’m] sorry for that, but I Guess you get what I wanted to say so thanks for watching anyways and please Be sure to leave a comment. If you liked what you see and leave feedback as always so stay tuned for next videos and That’s that was it for now peace out

Nebu How-To – dHTML plugin: DragToScale

Nebu How-To – dHTML plugin: DragToScale


Hello, it’s Jason Miller here for Nebu.
In this tutorial I wanna show you the DragToScale plugin, how it looks like, and how easy it
is to set up. If you watched the previous videos, you are already familiar with some
of the plugins and you know what a plugin is, but let me clarify again for those who
missed it. A plugin allows you to make your questionnaire more appealing, by changing
the way a specific form is shown to the respondent. The DragToScale plugin works with Numerical
question type. Open the Design screen of Dub Quest to get started. First I maximize the
screen. As you can see, the Numerical Question has already been made. This is how a Numerical
question looks in the ‘Standard’ Display mode. Now, the respondent is being asked to
rate the various items on a scale from 1 to 100. Instead of typing in these numbers, we
will apply the ‘DragToScale’ Plugin. This plugin not only features a scale where the
items can be dragged onto, but they will even be made more attractive by showing an image
for each item. Adding an image to your answer options is very easy. Just double click on
the item and select the image from your project folder that you want to show. Now that the
images are attached, the final step is to apply this dHTML plugin, by clicking on the
‘Display’ tab and choosing ‘dHTML’ instead of ‘Standard’. Then choose ‘DragToScale’
from the Library. As you can see in the preview, you can now drag the objects onto the scale.
Looks way better than the default Numerical question, right? Improve your survey response
rates with engaging design! Watch more videos to explore other available plugins in Dub
Quest, or check out Dub Community for a complete overview. If you have any questions, don’t
hesitate to contact us. I’m Jason Miller for Nebu. Thanks for watching and see you
soon.

Ultimate millionaire Blueprint Review scam 2017

Ultimate millionaire Blueprint Review scam 2017


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