SitePoint Premium New Releases: Clojure, npm, Gulp, Django & More

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We’re working hard to keep you on the cutting edge of your field with SitePoint Premium. We’ve got plenty of new books to check out in the library — let us introduce you to them.

Professional Clojure

Designed for professional devs, this book explains how to parse the difference between functional and object-oriented programming, how to understand Clojure performance and capabilities, how to develop reactive web pages using ClojureScript, and how to adopt an REPL-driven development workflow.

Read Professional Clojure.

A Beginner’s Guide to npm, the Node Package Manager

Learn how to use npm, the command-line tool for interacting with a huge repository of Node.js projects. Discover how to install packages in local and global mode, as well as delete, update and install a certain version of a package. You’ll also see how how to manage a project’s dependencies.

Read A Beginner’s Guide to npm, the Node Package Manager.

Django 2 Web Development Cookbook Third Edition

Create fast, robust and secure web apps with the Django Web Framework and Python 3.6. Discover solutions to a variety of web app scenarios. Understand URL routing, models, forms, templates, and RESTful services with Django 2.14. Test, deploy, and scale your web apps efficiently with AWS.

Read Django 2 Web Development Cookbook Third Edition.

An Introduction to Gulp.js

In this guide, we’ll introduce Gulp.js. We’ll start out by installing Gulp and using it to carry out some basic tasks, such as compressing images, and then move on to using it for more advanced tasks, like populating a database.

Read An Introduction to Gulp.js.

Handbook of Usability Testing

This book digs into how to make products user-friendly, with guidelines on testing, factors that limit usability, choosing and training test moderators, collecting and reviewing data, reporting results and making recommendations, user-centered design principles and practices, and much more.

Read Handbook of Usability Testing.

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We’re releasing new content on SitePoint Premium almost every day, so we’ll be back next week with the latest updates. And don’t forget: if you haven’t checked out our offering yet, take our 7 day free trial for a spin.

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9 Tools to Help You Build Beautiful Websites Quickly and Easily

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The help of social media channels can play an important role in getting your message out. That’s well and good, but rarely good enough.

There is only one way you’re going to be able to truly represent yourself. It is with the help of a website. A website that sets you and/or your company apart from the crowd.

Unlike a page on a social media network, you have total control over the content on a website. You can do a lot more in terms of providing valuable information. You can offer products for sale, and integrate third-party services.

Are you a genius at coding and you have all the time in the world to devote to it? Or, do you plan to pay a developer? If not, you need a top-tier website or page builder to make your awesome presence known.

Like one of these:

1. Elementor


Elementor is the most advanced WordPress page builder designed for businesses looking to improve their workflow and speed up their production time. Its quick and powerful drag & drop editor lets you create professional WordPress sites and landing pages without having to code. Elementor works perfectly with any theme and plugin and will not slow down your site like many page builders. It comes packed with different super useful widgets which you use to quickly build the layout of your site: images, text, sliders, icons, testimonials, social media and more.

You can either build your website from scratch using these widgets, or use one of the hundreds of pre-designed Elementor templates which can be easily inserted to any page.

More cool features:

Advanced forms
Integrations: Mailchimp, Zapier, HubSpot, ActiveCampaign and more
Clean code
Hover & scroll animations

2. Visual Composer Website Builder

Visual Composer Website Builder

The Visual Composer Website Builder makes building pages and websites about as easy as it gets. This popular, user-friendly, frontend drag and drop website builder makes it possible for you to design the layouts you’ve always wanted to; layouts that are guaranteed to sell more.

You’ll have access to a huge number of templates, content elements, and blocks for landing pages, portfolios, products, and more. Unlike most website builders, these website design features don’t come with the package. They exist in the Visual Composer Hub, a cloud-based marketplace of free goodies you can pick and choose from as you build your website.

Choose a page layout, put the new header builder to work, and customize headers, footers, and page content to your heart’s desire; without coding.

3. Webflow


Webflow is more than a website builder; it’s a platform on which you can design, build, and launch a totally responsive and customized website, all without coding. Webflow even creates a custom client-friendly CMS for each site you build.

Webflow is ideal for small business websites and other small to medium-sized projects including content-driven projects that your clients can edit for themselves. You get to choose who can edit what, while at the same time limiting the type of editing that can be done by a client, so you won’t end up with a broken page.

Webflow also provides managed hosting. Plus you can use it for your prototyping needs; especially if you have a need to produce dynamic, interactive prototypes and prototypes for mobile apps.

You can start a project from a blank canvas, a free or premium template, or a UI kit.

4. Mobirise


If an offline website builder is your preference, Mobirise is your solution. This offline app is feature rich, and it’s free. It’s great for small to medium websites, portfolio sites, landing pages, and everything and anything in between.

Mobirise is also ideal for non-techies or anyone who prefers to avoid code and work as visually as possible. Pro-coders can use Mobirise as well for small customer projects and prototyping.

5. SP Page Builder

SP Page Builder

SP Page Builder is a Joomla drag and drop page builder; and #1 in its class. It comes with pre-made blocks, 50+ addons, a nice selection of ready-to-use layouts and third-party integrations. It also offers the fastest and most convenient web development experience you’ll likely find anywhere.

Every design element you’re likely to need is ready to drag and drop into your site. A little tweaking here and there, and you’re ready to rock!

6. Pixpa – Portfolio Websites

Pixpa - Portfolio Websites

Online store, gallery, blog, portfolio – you name it and Pixpa will deliver for you. This all-in-one website-building platform is an especially good choice for creatives. Start your project with any of Pixpa’s attractive and mobile-friendly templates.

You can customize it to your heart’s content, no coding is necessary, and Pixpa even provides functionality that allows you to make online sales, take orders, and collect payments.

7. 8b Website Builder

8b Website Builder

8b is a simple, futuristic online website builder anyone can use to create responsive, mobile-friendly websites quickly and easily – and it’s free!  It’s perfectly suited for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and anyone lacking coding expertise.

You can create a website using 8b whether you’re at work, at home, or on the go; plus, you have 16 cool starter templates and a host of website sections to get off to a fast start.

8. uKit


This website builder for small businesses is grid-based, mobile-friendly, and user friendly as well. uKit’s features and functionality give you the power to get your online presence up and running in a matter of minutes.

uKit was created with a non-techie approach in mind. Pick an element and drag and drop it to where you want it. It’s as simple as that; just the way a top-rated website builder should be.

9. uLanding


uLanding is a fresh, code-free website-building solution that empowers anyone using it to build a professional digital presence for their business to boost sales. It can be anything from a landing page to a targeted promotion campaign.

Analyze the effectiveness of your ad campaigns using built-in analytics and launch A/B tests. Try uLanding out now by taking advantage of the free trial!

Get Your Project off the Ground

There is a beauty in this selection of top website/page builders. It is that you should have little problem finding the one that’s best for you.

Or, you could pick one at random; and the chances are good that it would still do the job you want done and do it well.

Take a little time to determine which of these products would be the best match for you. From there, you can build a stunning website in short order.

Know your sh*t with these Pantone-style poo swatches

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The bright, fan-like Pantone colour swatches are a familiar part of a designer's toolkit. However you probably won't want to use these lookalikes to choose a colour scheme. That's because this pair of Pantone-inspired colour guides are all about, and there's no way around saying this so apologies if you're about to have your lunch, poo.

Released by Penguin, these two secretion swatches were designed by Anomaly creative director Matt Roach and illustrated by Douggy Pledger to help familiarise readers with their waste matter. Specifically, one tells parents all they need to know about their baby's nappy fillings, while the other one is an informative guide to help adults understand their excreta.

As well as being humorous, the two guides have been medically approved by a gastroenterologist and a paediatrician. So if you've ever been baffled by what you've left in the toilet bowl, think of these swatches as the Rosetta Stone of your stools.

How to master colour theory

The pair of Know Your Sh*t swatch books

Poo can’t be blue… can it?

Answering all the burning questions that have probably puzzled you at some point or another, these swatches explain why floaters float, why stinkers stink, and the secrets to doing a poo like a pro.

Parents will also find heaps of helpful insight as to whether or not it's normal for their baby's poo to look like Dijon mustard, what they should do if the nappy looks like an oil spill's hit it, and why their newborn's doing dumps at all hours of the day.

Pantone baby poo chart

Is that a BONE in one of those swatches?

All in all, a whopping 35 different types of poo are covered in these swatches. Perfect for parents and adults with a sense of humour, these guides can be traced back to 2015 when Roach created a POOTONE guide as a gift for Anomaly art director David Lawrie when his first child was born.

This baby swatch guide proved so useful that Roach decided to run it by publishers. The adult poo guide came out in the summer of 2018, while March 2019 saw the release of the new baby poo guide.

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How to Design a Mobile App for an m-Commerce Business

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Not so long back, entrepreneurs doubted if they needed a mobile-responsive site. When desktop-based online stores were already performing quite well, wouldn’t spending on mobile optimization be a redundant investment? Gradually, stats coming from reported sources blew their minds, and consequently, their perceptions changed. Mobile-responsiveness became a necessity than a choice. In 2017, eCommerce stores […]

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How to draw more realistic figures

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In this figure drawing tutorial we will focus on the torso and breasts, particularly on how the breasts change shape due to compression and the effects of gravity. On first impression these simple forms look easy to draw, and for that reason they’re often drawn poorly. 

A common mistake is to treat them as solid globes, instead of shape-shifting mounds that move, fall, bounce and flatten out. Another common error is drawing them as if both are facing front like a pair of eyes, when in fact each breast sits on the curve of the ribcage. I’ve chosen this pose to demonstrate the changing shape of the breasts due to their shifting weight against a solid rib cage, and the pull of gravity, evident even on a young, physically fit woman.

How to draw: the best drawing tutorials

Above, you can watch the accompanying in-depth video tutorial of how to show compression and gravity when drawing a female figure, or, read on to find a step-by-step guide to how to draw the breasts and torso of a female figure. 

For more general advice on figure drawing, check out our guide to how to draw a figure. 

The effects of shifting forms

Learning proportions is important for the figurative artist but stay flexible

In the photo above, I’m measuring Alana for an online classroom. I measure the forms by eye, compare their shapes – their boxy or tubular nature – then draw the biggest shapes first and measure on the pinch side of the figure where shapes are closer together. Learning proportions is important for the figurative artist, but I don’t see it as an inflexible rule.

Apart from drawing the illusion of soft flesh against a hard surface, we’ll also deal with relationships of form. Although the ribcage expands when we breathe, the hips and ribcage are basically solid, with all the twisting done by the abdominals and obliques (the waist side muscles). These hard shapes against soft shapes cause pinching flesh, most noticeably at the waist. 

01. Learn to really see

Create a basic structure of the body to help focus your work

When it comes to drawing the figure, I think of how the basic structures work together. Making structural drawings such as this one helps me understand how everything locks together. Learning to see structure as a form of simplified anatomy is the key to drawing with confidence.

02. Direct with the power of Austin

If you’re directing a photoshoot, think about how you do so

In this photoshoot I direct Alana using emotional themes. I call out, “Cruelty, spite, anger, joy, elation!” while Alana moves from one pose to another. As fun and Austin Powers-like as this may sound, it works. With this sorcery pose, Alana becomes a raging symbol of creation. I’ve often found that enthusiastic and confident art direction results in an energetic, productive photo session.

03. Act suspicious

You don’t have to copy your photo exactly

I draw lightly using a small piece of willow charcoal. As usual, I treat the photo with deep suspicion. The arms look too long and the head feels too small. I want the body to be flying rather than lying over a support, so I lengthen the foreshortened midsection.

04. Chase the echoes

With our motivational theme of ‘creation’ in place I think about what kind of supernatural being Alana is as I draw, and decide she is a witch conjuring spells. I name the drawing, The Wake of the Black Witch. With a title and motivation the drawing gains a driving force.

I smudge tones around using the charcoal that I’ve already laid down on the newsprint paper. It’s important in the early stages to keep the drawing light, because this method allows for changes. I’m chasing the echoes of similar forms as I go, blending nature’s rhythmic shapes down the body.

05. Create a sense of movement

Add in darker lines once you’re happy with the lighter drawing

I step back from the drawing and take time to evaluate before committing to darker lines. I feel the overall drawing has solidity, and more importantly, a sense of movement. I lay in darker lines, placing a sheet of paper under my hand to keep the surface clean. 

06. Consider the effect of gravity

Draw the breasts after you draw the ribcage

Add gravity to the situation and the breasts change shape. See how each breast is slightly different – because they always are. Note also how the nipple changes shape as the breasts stretch or flatten out. Take time to study these ever-changing forms. I’d advise drawing the breasts after you’re happy with the shape and position of the ribcage, rather than draw them first.

07. Draw the hands

Take care when drawing the hands, they’re tricky

When drawing hands there are notes to keep in mind, for instance, the forefinger and middle finger take up more than half the width, and the little finger splays outward more. Drawing the little finger and thumb first also makes it easier to plot and place the other fingers.

08. Blend and draw

Make sure you think about your light source

There is enough charcoal on the newsprint paper for me to blend with a paper stump, and I improve the forms as I push the charcoal around. I also dim the torso area by lifting off some tone with tissue. This suggests a central light source that draws our eye.

09. Make use of leftovers

Use excess materials to create further forms

I blot texture down with tissue dipped in charcoal powder. You can buy charcoal powder, but I use the stuff already on the sandpaper pad left over from sharpening my pencils, which saves money and a trip to the art store. I then use a kneadable eraser to pull out highlights.

10. Use your imagination

Use swirls to suggest sorcery 

With the figure work mostly behind me I come back to the story of the witch casting spells. I use swirls to suggest sorcery afoot and engage my electric eraser to suggest crackling energy. This also frames the figure and adds contrast, bringing the figure more into focus.

11. Erase into the swirls

Use a rubber to enhance the swirls

Using a large compressed charcoal stick I draw large swirls, twisting the stick as I draw for thick and thin marks, I then use a Faber Castell grip eraser to change the swirls into more interesting shapes. Note how the figure appears brighter now against the outside dark tones.

11. Add the small stuff

Learn to draw figures: add the small stuff

Know when to stop your drawing

Putting in the small stuff is always a danger, because we tend to tinker and lose sight of the big picture.

I’m feeling that it’s time to stop before the drawing suffers. Was this drawing better than the step before? Perhaps. The main thing is we explored further and by exploring further we get to feel when it’s time to stop.

Gravity and Compression study sheet

Learning to see the breasts as soft forms compressed against a hard, curved surface will help us draw forms that convey both weight and movement. Lots of life drawing will help further as we have the chance to study how the breasts change shape as the model changes their pose.

This article was originally published in issue 169 of ImagineFX, the world's best-selling magazine for digital artists. Buy issue 169 or subscribe here.

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Modern CSS Frameworks to Speed up the Design Process

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Designing a website from scratch can be a very time-consuming experience. And while web designers always welcome shortcuts, maintaining quality is still a top priority.

That’s the beauty of a good CSS framework. It can provide you with a comprehensive set of responsive layouts and UI elements. This helps to get your projects off to a quick start, while still allowing plenty of room for customization.

Today, we’ll introduce you to a selection of the top modern CSS frameworks available. Some you may have heard of, while others may be completely new to you. But each offers a variety of useful, cutting-edge features that can improve your workflow. Let’s get started!

Frameworks Focused on CSS

Let’s start with some frameworks that are mainly focused on CSS. You’ll find all types of layouts and UI elements to form the basis of your project. Some may even include a bit of JavaScript to help with more complex features.

Tailwind CSS

Tailwind CSS

What separates Tailwind from many other frameworks is that it doesn’t come with any prebuilt UI components. Instead, it’s focused more on utility, with CSS classes that give you a head start on building out a site. Elements such as sizing, color and positioning are key here.



Built around CSS Flexbox, Bulma is a free and open source framework. Inside you’ll find a number of easy-to-customize UI elements. It’s modular, meaning you can import just the elements you want – like columns or buttons.

Picnic CSS

Picnic CSS

Picnic CSS has been developed to be super lightweight and comes in under 10KB when compressed. It features Flexbox-based grid layouts, along with plenty of UI elements to get your project off to a quick start. You’ll even find a simple navigation bar and modal windows.



Fans of Google’s Material Design will want to check out Materialize. This framework is based on the popular design language and includes a ton of CSS and JavaScript-based elements. There is also a focus on microinteractions to make the UI more user-friendly. It’s also worth noting that Materialize features support for custom themes as well.



Coming in at just 3.8KB when compressed, Pure.css is centered around a mobile-first philosophy. And it’s modular, so you can import just the element packages you want to use. There are also a number of common layouts that you can download and install.



Base is a modular framework that, as its name indicates, aims to provide a solid foundation for your design projects. It’s been built on top of Normalize.css and provides basic styles that are easy to customize. You won’t find anything too fancy here, but that’s the point!



With mini.css, you get a package that looks to strike a balance between being lightweight and packed with features. And it really hits the mark, coming in at around 10KB compressed while boasting a fairly large number of UI elements and layouts. There’s also a good bit of documentation, so you can really dive in and see how everything works.

Concise CSS

Concise CSS

Urging designers to “give up the bloat”, Concise CSS offers a utility-based framework to get you off to a fast start. Need UI elements? You can add those in via a separate kit.



Mobi.css is tiny (2.6KB gzipped) and is focused mainly on speed for mobile users. However, there’s room for growth with a built-in theme and plugin system. If the basic styles don’t provide everything you’re looking for, it’s possible to build on top of the framework in a modular way.



Billed as being “Lightweight, Responsive, Modern”, Spectre.css is a Flexbox-based framework. Included you’ll find some basic layout, UI and typography styles. Plus, there are a number of functional components (accordions, popovers, tabs, etc.) that have been built with pure CSS. Overall there’s a nice balance achieved here.

Frameworks That Go Beyond CSS

There are scenarios that call for a more robust framework – and the selections below will do the job. They not only offer plenty of CSS-based elements, but you’ll also find healthy doses of features like HTML and JavaScript. In some ways, it’s almost like starting out with a semi-complete template that you can customize to fit your needs.



Created by Twitter, Bootstrap is pretty much everywhere these days. But that’s because it’s well-maintained and offers a massive library of prebuilt features. And while you can roll with the default setup, Bootstrap is also quite extensible. Adding themes or custom components to the mix will help personalize the UI even further.



Foundation is library of modular components that add plenty of fit and finish to your projects. There are a wide array of options here – everything from responsive layouts to animation. And that’s not even scratching the surface of what’s available. Foundation also has its own JavaScript plugin API. Last but not least, the framework comes with ARIA attributes and roles for building sites with accessibility in mind.

Semantic UI

Semantic UI

Sometimes, frameworks can include CSS class names that make sense only to their original developer. Semantic UI looks to change that narrative by using natural language. The logic is easy to follow and should make for quicker development. Beyond language, you’ll find over 3,000 theming variables – all of which you can edit or remove, depending on need. In all, there are tons of layout and UI possibilities here.

Build It Better with a Framework

Getting your project off the ground takes a lot of work – that’s why frameworks exist. They handle some of that heavy lifting for us and provide the basis for everything that comes after.

The ability to integrate a common set of layouts and UI elements allows us to better focus on content. While more robust frameworks contain all manner of extras like JavaScript and page templates to help us go even further.

Whatever type of head start you’re looking for, it’s likely that one of the selections above will be the perfect fit.

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Making Future Interfaces: ES Modules

Learn all about native ES modules, and whether it’s safe to use them today in this brilliant video by Heydon Pickering.

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A Conspiracy To Kill IE6

Chris Zacharias tells the fascinating story of how, ten years ago, a small team of web developers conspired to kill IE6 from inside YouTube and got away with it.

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The SOUL programming language and API

SOUL (SOUnd Language) is an attempt to modernize and optimize the way high-performance, low-latency audio code is written and executed.

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Digging Into The Display Property: Box Generation

Continuing a series on the display property in CSS, this time Rachel Andrew takes a look at the values which control box generation, for those times when you don’t want to generate a box at all.

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Night Mode with Mix Blend Mode: Difference

A clever use of mix-blend-mode: difference for switching to night mode. By Wei Gao.

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Debugging CSS Grid: Understanding implicit tracks

The first part of a series on debugging CSS Grid, beginning with Understanding Implicit Tracks. By Michelle Barker.

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A basic gameboy emulator with terminal “Cloud Gaming” support.

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PixiJS v5 lands

Read all about the major v5 release of the 2D WebGL renderer, PixiJS.

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Implementing a Mockup: CSS Layout Step by Step

Dave Ceddia shows you a way to approach layouts wholistically, as a cohesive problem to be solved.

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Pts 0.8 Sound

Pts 0.8 simplifies a subset of Web Audio API to help you visualize sounds.

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Improving third-party web performance at The Telegraph

Gareth Clubb explains how The Telegraph is improving their site’s performance impact of third-party scripts.

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A CSS toolkit engineered for high performance and scalable web applications.

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Utility: Convert SVG path to all-relative or all-absolute commands

Lea Verou shares a little tool that convert an SVG path to all-relative or all-absolute.

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SynthWave ’84 – VS Code theme

An experimental theme with neon colors from the 80ies made by Robb Owen.

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Reintroducing React: every React update since v16 demystified

From lifecycle methods to advanced React patterns with Hooks, this article (and accompanying book) demystifies every React update since v16. By Ohans Emmanuel.

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Create a responsive grid layout with no media queries, using CSS Grid

Andy Bell shows how to create a fully responsive grid that uses no media queries to work across all viewports.

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Found color

Found color is regularly updated resource of unique color schemes, sourced from minimal photography of everyday objects and encounters.

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Animating Links

A tutorial where you’ll learn how to style and animate the underlines on links in detail.

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CSS Transform Playground

A CSS transform functions playground created by Jorge Moreno.

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Tips to use VSCode more efficiently

Sebastian Andil shares a collection of VSCode settings, extensions and shortcuts that are particularly useful for web developers.

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Morgan Caron created this interesting Sass library for isometric visuals.

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Free Font: Loki

A handwritten brush script font made by Ieva Mezule.

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Collective #513 was written by Pedro Botelho and published on Codrops.

30 Free & Beautiful Resume Templates to Download

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You probably have seen the professional-looking, eye-catching resumes that talented web designers have been designing and showcasing online. If you haven’t, it’s not too late to check out…

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Creative 4D Artworks That Invade Reality

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A creative mind can do anything, and from anything it means that they can create a breathtaking real-looking image with their pen. That sort of creativity is called 4D art and it has captivated many…

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SitePoint Premium New Releases: Git, Cybersecurity, DevOps + More

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We’re working hard to keep you on the cutting edge of your field with SitePoint Premium. We’ve got plenty of new books to check out in the library — let us introduce you to them.

Professional Git

Professional Git

This book gets you into the Git mindset, explaining the basic Git model and overall workflow, the Git versions of common source management concepts and commands, how to track changes, work with branches, and take advantage of Git’s full functionality, and how to avoid trip-ups and missteps.

Read Professional Git.

WordPress Plugin Development

WordPress Plugin Development Cookbook

This book presents detailed, step-by-step recipes, explanations and code examples for creating WordPress 4.x plugins. Learn how to extend WordPress, how to use the WordPress plugin API, and how to mold WordPress to your project’s needs.

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Cybersecurity Essentials

Cybersecurity Essentials

A comprehensive introduction to cybersecurity concepts and practices, with expert coverage of essential topics required for entry-level cybersecurity certifications. Learn security and surveillance fundamentals, how to secure and protect remote access, how to identify threats and form an effective defense.

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Profitable Side Project Handbook

The Profitable Side Project Handbook

Do you dream of being able to earn money while you sleep? Of seeing sales come in while you are out for dinner? Of creating a great product that is sustainable as a real, profitable business? This book will help you to launch your own revenue generating side project.

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DevOps with Vagrant

Hands-On DevOps with Vagrant

Use Vagrant to easily build complete development environments. Implement DevOps with Vagrant effectively. Integrate Vagrant with different tools such as Puppet, Chef, and Docker. Manage infrastructure with a practical approach.

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And More to Come…

We’re releasing new content on SitePoint Premium almost every day, so we’ll be back next week with the latest updates. If you’re not a member yet, check out our library for $14.99/month.

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