Web Development – CSS3 Transform, Transition and Animation

Web Development – CSS3 Transform, Transition and Animation


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PHP Inbox System Introducing

PHP Inbox System Introducing


How to create PHP Inbox System from scratch,
we’ll use HTML,PHP,Jquery,CSS People who don’t know much about PHP don’t worry I’ll
try to explain it more Here i’m showing only 5 messages on the page, and i have pagination
moving throught messages Also i’m showing on the table the message “ID”, “From”, “Email”,
“Subjec”t, “Message”, “Sent time” and the “message” is opened or not, we will take a look to the
database i created a Database i called it “Messages” I created table inside it and called it “Messages” the “messages” table contains “ID”, “From”, “Email”, “Subject”, “Message Content”, “Date”, “Time”, “Open” And If message is opened it will be 1, if not it will be 0, here i’m showing
inside every message “From”, “Email”, “Date”, “Time” Time Format is like Facebook, Also you can
Delete The Message Watch Part 1 of this tutorials now.

JavaScript achievements of the Year 2019 and key Frontend’s trends: FrontEnd news (25 Dec’19)

JavaScript achievements of the Year 2019 and key Frontend’s trends: FrontEnd news (25 Dec’19)


Hi! Let’s talk about JavaScript achievements of
the Year 2019 and key Frontend trends. I’m Anatol, and you are watching the Good
Parts of the Frontend development. If this is your first time here and you want
to learn Frontend and JavaScript, start right now by subscribing, and don’t forget to turn
on the subtitles. [Music playing] Let’s start with the exciting news! According to “GitHub octoverce” and RedMonk’s
Programming Language Ranking, JavaScript is still the #1 programming language! TypeScript is also rocketing up and now sits
at position #12. Bye the way, for the first time, Python has
overtaken Java to take second place. There are several features approved to be
part of the ES2019 specification. Among them are “Array.flatMap”, “String.trimStart”,
and others. JavaScript, as a language, demonstrates continuous
growth. One more feature that is expected to be shipped
in JavaScript is “public and private class fields.” It’s already available in Chrome and Node
and might be delivered to other browsers soon. The project Deno made progress. Therefore, Ryan Dahl presented how to get
started with it. Deno is a safe, secure and reliable alternative
to Node; thus, you might be interested in it. [Music playing] React hooks have been presented as a complementation
to the React context. That might be a game-changer because we can
omit state management libraries (like Redux), and React becomes more framework-ish. Probably, some next year, we will see “react-router”
or “Styled components” to become a part of React. We’ll see. During “Google I/O 2019,” it has been announced
that Googlebot now runs the latest Chromium rendering engine to ensure support for the
newest web platform features. It means that SEO is now becoming much more
comfortable. One more great feature is WebAuthn, password-free
logins API on the web approved by W3C. It is already available in Android, Windows
10, Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. The OpenJS Foundation welcomes two new projects:
AMP and nvm. These are the first projects that are engaged
by the incubation process since the Node.js Foundation and JSF merger! I believe that’s just the beginning. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) brings a new
language to the Web. Following HTML, CSS and JavaScript, WebAssembly
becomes the fourth language for the Web which allows code to run in the browser. That might change the Web in the following
years. We’ll see. That’s all in my list. What’s about you? In your opinion, what’s the most influenced
on the Frontend this year? Leave your comment down below. [Music playing] If you like this video, give it “thumbs up,”
share it with your friends, subscribe to the channel and watch other episodes. Thanks for watching and Happy New Year!

GWT Developers – Whirled

GWT Developers – Whirled


Bayne: Hi, my name
is Michael Bayne. I’m the CTO
of Three Rings, and also the lead engineer
on Whirled, which is the project
that I want to show you today. We used the Google Web Toolkit
to build Whirled. Whirled is a social
virtual world Web site, um, which means that it’s part
social networking Web site, and it’s part
virtual world. As a social networking Web site,
we have a lot of things that you would come
to expect. Uh, there’s a feed
that tells you what your friends
have been up to. You have friends.
Those friends have profiles. Um, you can be
members of groups. In the groups,
there are discussion boards, so you can talk
to people about things that are going on
in the world. Um, you can send people mail. You know,
we have photo galleries, and all sorts
of stuff like that. And then it’s also
part virtual world, which is a little more like massive multiplayer
online games. You have an avatar. You’re wandering around
in virtual spaces. We can go and find some people
here and talk to them. Howdy, guys. Everything kind of happens
in real time. Um, and there’s also, um,
games that you can play with people
in the virtual world. It’s kind of
a casual games Web site on top of all these
other things. So here we can see
one of our games called Corpse Craft. It’s a pretty popular one where you play
this little puzzle game, and you–in doing that,
you reanimate corpses, and then you
send them to go and destroy the base
of your enemy. We used GWT to build
the social networking Web site part of Whirled. Um, and it’s done a lot of the heavy lifting
for us there, which has been
really great. Um, it has a module system, and we broke Whirled up
into a bunch of little modules, and then we put it
all together into actually
a bunch of different little GWT applications. And having the ability to factor
everything out like that has been a huge bonus. Uh, we also use
the internationalization system, uh, which is great. Hopefully the Whirled will
someday take over the world. Um, and that has
saved us some time. And we’ve also even been able
to extend that using GWT’s generators to do
some sort of custom stuff that we needed. We’ve also been able to use third-party libraries
very easily when we need to do
drag and drop. Or if we need
to use a date-picker widget, then we can integrate someone
else’s third-party library without a whole lot
of headache. Um, and Whirled’s
actually grown quite a lot over the last two years, and it’s now about 60,000 lines
of code just for the client. And so being able
to sort of enforce the same kind of engineering discipline
that we do everywhere on the project
has been a huge help in keeping the client
from turning into a sort of hairy mess. It’s also great to be able
to use Java on the client and the server. We also use ActionScript
on the project, and when we have to coordinate
between Java and ActionScript, it’s really kind of a pain. And so not having
that extra pain when we’re doing the client
is a huge benefit.

WordPress Dashboard Customization Tutorial

WordPress Dashboard Customization Tutorial


Hello and welcome to this video, which will give you a quick tour of the WordPress dashboard Which is where you will find all the tools you need to create an amazing website So if you’re a beginner or you have some experience with WordPress you’ll find this video really helpful Let’s get straight into it and head over to our wordpress dashboard To get to your dashboard is easy. Just type in /wp-admin at the end of your website address Now just log in using your username and password, and this is your dashboard This is how most screens will look when editing your website You will have a toolbar at the top here the main toolbar on the left here any work area in the middle, when you first log into WordPress You’ll see a welcome to WordPress message with a few links to help you get started such as a customize your site link and next steps such as writing your first blog post or adding an about page as well as a link to see how your website looks and right out of the box You can remove this when you no longer need it by clicking here, the toolbar at the top has a few shortcuts You can use for example by hovering over your website’s name You can then open up your website by clicking this link by hovering over the WordPress icon You can get more information on WordPress Documentation and you can access these support forums this toolbar stays at the top so while you’re editing a website you can edit the post or page and add a new content to return to the dashboard all you do is hover over the site name again and click on dashboard, or you can quickly get to other sections such as themes, customize, widgets, and background, this toolbar also displays notifications For any updates or plugins or any comments on your blog You’ve also got Quick Links to add a new page Post as well as other things here on the right-hand side you’ll find links to edit your profile and to logout of WordPress, in your profile You can edit things like the color scheme for your WordPress your name As well as contact information and a brief description of yourself This is where you can change your password as well To return to the dashboard just click on dashboard at the top of the main toolbar on the left here just below your user name in the toolbar are two tabs help and Screen options help gives you more information on the page you are currently on Screen options allows you to customize your dashboard Choosing which boxes are displayed You just check and uncheck which boxes you wa nt displayed here on the left is the main toolbar And this is what you will be using the most when editing your WordPress website It has all the main sections such as posts pages comments Appearance plugins and these settings for your websites Hovering over a section displays these sub menus for that section if you don’t want this big tool But on the left, and you just want the icons you can click collapse menu here You can also rearrange the boxes in the dashboard by clicking the top of a box and dragging it anywhere else You’ll see a dotted gray outline, which shows you where you can move the box to This lets you completely customize your dashboard To how you like your best you can also minimize these boxes by clicking this arrow Each box tells you something different for example the at a glance box shows you a summary Of your site’s content and the current version of the theme your website is using The activity box shows your recent activity, a handy box is called quick draft Which allows you to quickly create a new post and save it as a draft This is a great way of creating a new draft of something you suddenly think of then later come back to it and finish the post off and then submit it to your blog I hope you’ve enjoyed this video, and you have learnt all about the dashboard, now you’re familiar with the dashboard Let’s go on to the next video, which takes you through posts and pages what is the difference between the two and shows you how to create each one. Please give this video a quick like and share it with friends Thank you, and see you in the next video!