Archive for the ‘Workflow’ Category

Another Look At Webydo: Professional Websites Without Code

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Noupe readers have known Webydo for a while. We had already introduced you to the web design software in 2013. Today, we want to take a look at how the website builder has evolved since then. 2013 was an exciting year for Webydo. While the system alre...

Presentations: On-Site With the Client or Via Web?

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In the past, this was out of the question: presentations were done at the client’s place or in your office space. During my studies, I learned how to glue printed drafts to cardboard, to show them during presentations. Even web layouts were print...

Webhosting 2017: The Year of the Public Cloud

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Choosing the appropriate hosting plan, as well as a suitable provider is a difficult task. This is even harder for site owners that cannot already look back at years or decades of experience. The cloud could be some jack of all trades solution. The Clo...

Goodbye Stress: Four Effective Work Strategies

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You know the problem: tons of things want you to get them done, and your schedule is already full to bursting. You’d like to introduce 72-hour days, as that would finally give you enough time for all projects. But days only have 24 hours. Keep co...

How to Synchronize WordPress Live and Development Databases

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Developing WordPress themes is considerably easier with real content. Unexpected situations begin to arise when people add pages, posts, media and comments. Your beautiful template can break when: editors use assets which are too big or small for your...

Stay Organized: The 10 Best Cross-Platform Calendars

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One important tool for every human, and especially for web workers, is the calendar. A majority of the daily organization is done on them – and not just on a single device such as the paper planner from the old days. It is important that appointm...

My Laravel Package Building Workflow

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Packages are a really important part of the Laravel experience (just like with any other framework). Whatever we need to do, there’s probably already a package for it out there; ready for a composer require to bring some magic in. Some weeks ago,...