The latest edition of the Agency Developer Newsletter
The Agency Developer Newsletter is for web developers, and focusing on digital agencies. Keep yourself up-to-date with our weekly round-up of trending web-dev content, including articles, how-tos, tool reviews and other tips & tricks.
Thank you, as always, for subscribing to The Agency Developer newsletter. this week I've got a collection of checklists, UI components, and how-to articles for you to explore. Thanks for reading! Happy Canada Day! I'll see you next week. :)
💡 Tools, Tips, Resources
I've seen several of these logo generators pop up on sites like Betalist and Product Hunt, and they've all produced results that left me feeling "okay, I guess..". Today I checked out Hatchful and I'm super impressed with the logo options generated. Much more sensical, and FREE?
I love these sooo much! Especially the Santa!
One of the most popular Bootstrap 4 UI Kits based on Google's Material Design was migrated to React, React Native, Vue.js, Wordpress, Figma, Sketch and Photoshop
Learn how to improve your PHP security with the PHP security checklist. Avoid PHP vulnerabilities form the OWASP top 10, follow infra security best practices and protect your apps in real-time.
Suz Hinton does live coding every Sunday. This article is an reviews the tools and software that she uses use to run her live stream.
Client did not pay? Add opacity to the body tag and decrease it every day until their site completely fades away - kleampa/not-paid
Often, you find yourself in a situation where you want to pass your server-side variables, string, collection to JavaScript. By traditional old ways it can be a bit of pain especially when your application grows.
🧠 Articles & Opinions
Julia Evans decided to write up this article after  helping a friend and newbie programmer with some some debugging. Hopefully some of her tips resonate with you too!
As online advertising becomes ever more ubiquitous and unsanctioned, AdNauseam works to complete the cycle by automating Ad clicks universally and blindly on behalf of its users. As the collected data gathered shows an omnivorous click-stream, user tracking, targeting and surveillance become futile. Nefarious!
Students who used longhand note taking remembered more and had a deeper understanding of the material than students using a laptop. I never, ever reviewed the notes I took in school. I'm glad I got something out of them!
I just found CommitStrip recently and I'm glad I did. Their tagline is literally
"The blog relating the daily life of web agency developers". These people get it. Haha!

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