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!