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CSS and JavaScript files order in Zend Framework templates

Today I would like to focus on one thing in Zend Framework (no matter if I talk about version 1.x or 2.x). There is a problem with positioning CSS and JavaScript files in templates (using headLink() and headScript() helpers). I will demonstrate it in below samples and give the solution for that situation. So...

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A review of the book: Zend Framework 2 Cookbook from Packt Publishing

Posted by evolic | Posted in Book review, Programming, Web development | Posted on 04-05-2014

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Review of the book: Zend Framework 2 Cookbook written by Josephus Callaars, issued by Packt Publishing.

There is many cookery books although I haven’t seen yet any about Zend Framework 2.
No matter how you name the book, title is just a title and every book have to stand out of the competitions. Otherwise is will be just one of the many cookbooks…

 Zend Framework 2 Cookbook

To be honest – there is no too much books about Zend Framework 2, so writing such book is worth fighting for.

The typical cookery book contains many recipes, provided with nice looking pictures and hints about how to make some dish or meal. Cookbooks teach people by practice and repetition till we reach perfection.

We won’t become good cook-progammer in 24 hours, which is quite often used in the books related to Computer Science, trying to convince us that it is possible.

Did the author rised to the occasion?

I will try to answer for that question in this review.

Dodatkowy odstęp od górnej krawędzi w HTML5

Posted by Tomasz Kuter | Posted in Web design, Web development | Posted on 23-04-2013

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Tym razem po polsku… bo nie tylko po angielsku będę tu pisał ;-)

Swoje pierwsze kroki z HTML5 mam już za sobą i chciałbym podzielić się pewnym zaskakującym działaniem nowych tagów.

Otóż mój przykładowy dokument HTML wyglądał tak:

Przykład użycia SubForm z ZF1 w HTML5

Przykład użycia SubForm z ZF1 w HTML5

Kod źródłowy szablonu tej strony wygląda następująco:

Responsive web design

Posted by Tomasz Kuter | Posted in Internet browsing, Web design, Web development | Posted on 06-04-2013

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Introduction

Yesterday I was watching nice video about top 5 Web UI Design Trends for 2013. In this video Mike Locke discusses about his Top 5 Favourite Web UI Design Trends for 2013 that web designer should be thinking about incorporating into her or his design work.

The showcast is available at:
http://www.mlwebco.com/2013/03/12/my-top-5-favorite-web-ui-design-trends-for-2013/

He talks about following trends:

  1. Websites with Large Background Images,
  2. One-Page Designs,
  3. Websites with Textures and Patterns,
  4. Responsive Web Design,
  5. Flat UI Design Inspiration.
Width: 320px (e.g. Motorola Flipout)

Width: 320px (e.g. Motorola Flipout)

Responsive Web Design

In this post I would like to focus on responsive web design – actually very popular because of high popularity of smart phones and tablets.

Responsive web design (RWD) is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).“
from Wikipedia.org.