Taxi App Development Company (technoderivation.com)

Welcome to Techno Derivation, your top choice for a taxi app development company in the USA and UAE. Specializing in taxi booking app development, we create innovative solutions tailored to modern urban mobility. Our NYC Taxi App stands out as the best NYC taxi app, offering seamless user experiences and robust features. At...

leanpub, to webdev
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Upgrade Your HTML III by Jens Oliver Meiert is free with a Leanpub Reader membership! Or you can buy it for $7.99! http://leanpub.com/upgrade-your-html-3 j9t@mas.to #Html #WebDevelopment

jensimmons, to CSS
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Web developers and designers,

What are you hoping to see at WWDC next week??

#css #html #javascript #webdevelopment

leanpub, to javascript
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You Don't Know JS Yet: Get Started: Get to know JS https://leanpub.com/ydkjsy-get-started by Kyle Simpson is the featured book on the Leanpub homepage! https://leanpub.com @getifyX #ebooks #Javascript #WebDevelopment #ComputerScience #SoftwareEngineering

coffeegeek, to wordpress
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Attention all experts.

(posted last night, but posting again mid day US/Canada time).

We're looking for a new Wordpress developer at CoffeeGeek. Global location isn't important, but your skills, reliability, discretion and availability are.

We are looking for someone who

  • has a deep and full understanding of the entire Wordpress infrastructure, back end, multi-site usage, and all the associated coding, css, custom theme work etc.

  • Has a good knowledge and understanding of Elementor Pro. We use Elementor Pro and several plug in packages on CoffeeGeek, and have need of some custom work within Elementor.

  • working, day to day knowledge and experience with Cpanel, PHP and all the normal server-side stuff that comes along with Wordpress and managing a busy website.

  • The usual "back end" knowledge an experience in website management, including CDNs, site security, back up, etc.

  • Some SEO experience, the more the better (especially staying on top of current trends

  • Some design experience. This isn't crucial, as we have a WP / Elementor designer separate from our WP Developer position. But you knowing some ins and outs of basic design is beneficial

  • VERY IMPORTANT: Good availability. I don't expect turnaround in an hour after I send a job request, but responses within 24hr, and normal availability for several hours per week for maintenance / bug chasing (and also larger blocks of time for bigger projects) is expected and required.

  • VERY IMPORTANT: you have the ability and desire to make sure all the work you do for us is fully tested and bug checked before signing off on the work. We do have a dev server to test things on, but we will rely on you to deliver finished, generally bug free work.

  • Ideally, you are creative on the technical side, are good at hunting down bugs, innovative with fixes, and know how to get the most out of a Wordpress environment.

  • you don't have to love coffee, but it would not hurt your application process! :)

I am willing to pay a monthly retainer plus a preferred hourly rate (billed once a month / when tasks are completed and signed off) or a slightly higher straight hourly rate (no retainer) for your work, payment competitive in the US and Canada marketplace.

If interested, please DM me here with your email address, and I will send you more details and ask for your CV, examples of your work, and your company website information.

I am based in Canada, PDT time, and most of the work contact times would be between 1pm and 10pm PDT time.

coffeegeek, to wordpress
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Attention all #Wordpress experts.

We're looking for a new Wordpress developer at CoffeeGeek. Global location isn't important, but your skills, reliability, discretion and availability are.

We are looking for someone who

  • has a deep and full understanding of the entire Wordpress infrastructure, back end, multi-site usage, and all the associated coding, css, custom theme work etc.

  • Has a good knowledge and understanding of Elementor Pro. We use Elementor Pro and several plug in packages on CoffeeGeek, and have need of some custom work within Elementor.

  • working, day to day knowledge and experience with Cpanel, PHP and all the normal server-side stuff that comes along with Wordpress and managing a busy website.

  • The usual "back end" knowledge an experience in website management, including CDNs, site security, back up, etc.

  • Some SEO experience, the more the better (especially staying on top of current trends

  • Some design experience. This isn't crucial, as we have a WP / Elementor designer separate from our WP Developer position. But you knowing some ins and outs of basic design is beneficial

  • VERY IMPORTANT: Good availability. I don't expect turnaround in an hour after I send a job request, but responses within 24hr, and normal availability for several hours per week for maintenance / bug chasing (and also larger blocks of time for bigger projects) is expected and required.

  • VERY IMPORTANT: you have the ability and desire to make sure all the work you do for us is fully tested and bug checked before signing off on the work. We do have a dev server to test things on, but we will rely on you to deliver finished, generally bug free work.

  • Ideally, you are creative on the technical side, are good at hunting down bugs, innovative with fixes, and know how to get the most out of a Wordpress environment.

  • you don't have to love coffee, but it would not hurt your application process! :)

I am willing to pay a monthly retainer plus a preferred hourly rate (billed once a month / when tasks are completed and signed off) or a slightly higher straight hourly rate (no retainer) for your work, payment competitive in the US and Canada marketplace.

If interested, please DM me here with your email address, and I will send you more details and ask for your CV, examples of your work, and your company website information.

I am based in Canada, PDT time, and most of the work contact times would be between 1pm and 10pm PDT time.

#wordpressdeveloper #webdeveloper #joblisting #webdevelopment #webdev

ricmac, to javascript
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This was the top performing post on @TheNewStack last week, so it seems there is a tremendous amount of interest in a post-React future among web developers. Maybe my Gmail analogy wasn’t far off after all ;) https://thenewstack.io/from-react-to-html-first-microsoft-edge-debuts-webui-2-0/ #WebDevelopment #javascript #htmlfirst https://mastodon.social/@ricmac/112531029962000384

antaresphdev, to webdev Tagalog
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Nagbibigay ang Web Platform Baseline ng malinaw na info tungkol sa mga bagong web platform features na puwede nang magamit sa mga production sites.

Tingnan ang details nito sa website ng Antares Programming: https://antaresph.dev/resources/baseline/

antaresphdev, to queer Tagalog
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Sa unang araw ng , balikan natin kung paano gagawing mas inclusive ang mga forms sa mga website natin.

(1/n)

teacherbuknoy, to Philippines
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Alright. The new account is up! If you're a who is also interested in , follow @antaresphdev! Most of the content will be in Tagalog, but I'll try my best to keep the alt texts in English :)

deconspray, to webdev
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Understanding the Role of ARIA Role=alert: Best Practices and Common Issues

https://buff.ly/3UZiFxk

ddd, to drupal
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📣 is less than a month away! Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to connect with the community in Burgas on June 26th - 28th!

🎟️ Get your tickets now at 👉 https://ddd2024.drupalcamp.bg/tickets

See you there!🌟

leanpub, to webdev
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Upgrade Your HTML III by Jens Oliver Meiert is free with a Leanpub Reader membership! Or you can buy it for $7.99! http://leanpub.com/upgrade-your-html-3 j9t@mas.to #Html #WebDevelopment

doefom, to webdev
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Oh man, there are so many tags I didn't know about. One of those is the <abbr> tag that can be useful when working with abbreviations. Here's a short example.

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javedAB, to javascript

want fast-loading pages

one way to achieve this is by loading only the necessary initially

load the rest on hover or button click for a smoother experience

Natanox, to webdev
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I probably get flooded by asking this but welp, here I go:

I'm looking for a good, visual (!) for that focuses on Codium, Firefox and other Open-Source tools. My specific interests are to learn , , and . Perhaps some minor , however I'd like to primarily work without it.

I'm a visual learner, extended theory in text won't help me at all. As language is visual to me, so is .

Anyone knows something that checks these boxes?

doefom, to Laravel
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Macros are one thing I enjoy using the most in . It's a way to extend the functionality of many built-in by providing custom callbacks for a specific key.

One production example I use macros for fairly often is what I call the "admin alert". Especially in smaller applications I want to get notified whenever an error or an event occurs the admin (mostly that's me) should know about.

Here's what this might look like.

leanpub, to webdev
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zersiax, to ps5

Been doing a lot of , and web testing this week. Let's add web spinning to the list! In an hour, we'll be revisiting for the from an perspective. Come see how a fully blind progresses (or doesn't progress) in this game :) https://twitch.tv/zersiax

doefom, to webdev
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Here's another interesting tag. <mark> lets you highlight certain parts of your text to draw extra attention to it.

One real world example where this can be especially useful is highlighting the parts of your search results that match the search query. Or at least that's where I regularly use it.

Any more ideas on where this might be useful?

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leanpub, to php
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Advanced Web Application Architecture https://leanpub.com/web-application-architecture by Matthias Noback is the featured book on the Leanpub homepage! https://leanpub.com

leanpub, to webdev
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Upgrade Your HTML V by Jens Oliver Meiert is free with a Leanpub Reader membership! Or you can buy it for $7.99! http://leanpub.com/upgrade-your-html-5 j9t@mas.to

doefom, to webdev
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Do you know the tags 'details' and 'summary'? I didn't until now.

The combination of those two let's you toggle content with default HTML behavior. This is one of those things you will probably not use in production because it just doesn't look so nice but as always, for quickly prototyping something like an FAQ section this might just fit in perfectly.

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DrupalCampCemaes, to drupal
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Who's up for a swim?

DrupalCamp Cemaes is 8 June 2024.

https://drupalcampcemaes.wales

leanpub, to random
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Surviving Other People's APIs by Phil Sturgeon and Mike Bifulco is on sale on Leanpub! Its suggested price is $23.99; get it for $11.00 with this coupon: https://leanpub.com/sh/l7MWCth2

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