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Three Devs & A Maybe Podcast:
Episode #57: The Red n' Blue Corners
Feb 05, 2015 @ 10:57:33

The Three Devs & A Maybe podcast has posted their latest episode (#57) - The Red n' Blue Corners. Join hosts Michael Budd, Fraser Hart, Lewis Cains and Edd Mann as they talk about framework agnostic architectures, functional JavaScript and gists.

With Mick and Fraser off conquering a half-marathon, Edd n' Lew decide to instead stay inside and do a little lite gaming, followed by a podcast. Discussion starts off with recapping Lew's Photoshop exploration and how it is good as a developer to know what is graphically possible. We then move on to discuss large Symfony 2 project architectures, creating agnostic packages, and not tying yourself into solving every problem with the selected frameworks patterns. This leads us to touch upon some functional JavaScript concepts and how online environments such as JSBin rock! Finally, we wrap up the show with a look into removing personal data from Git commits and how valuable Gists are.

You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed too.

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Link: http://threedevsandamaybe.com/the-red-n-blue-corners/

ASys DataService's Blog:
Rounded corners using PHP and the GD library
Jan 25, 2006 @ 13:01:50

On ASys DataService's blog, there's an article posted about creating rounded corners on your images with a little help from the PHP GD libraries.

I needed to add rounded corners to some pictures and didn't want to modify the source files in Photoshop (I think it's a bad idea to modify original pictures if the effect can be added dynamically).

That's when I decided to use the GD library, which I had found very useful in other projects. I'm not saying that this solution is perfect or better that others, but it has worked very well for me, and I hope it will be useful to some of you as well. Feel free to contact me if you have any comment about this code.

He briefly describes the code, noting where you can make config changes based on your needs. After that, it's all code, a procedural script that takes in any file and spits back out a custom rounded-corners image with your chosen settings. He even gives a PNG file of the rounded corner to use...

tagged: rounded corners GD library png image rotate rounded corners GD library png image rotate

Link:

ASys DataService's Blog:
Rounded corners using PHP and the GD library
Jan 25, 2006 @ 13:01:50

On ASys DataService's blog, there's an article posted about creating rounded corners on your images with a little help from the PHP GD libraries.

I needed to add rounded corners to some pictures and didn't want to modify the source files in Photoshop (I think it's a bad idea to modify original pictures if the effect can be added dynamically).

That's when I decided to use the GD library, which I had found very useful in other projects. I'm not saying that this solution is perfect or better that others, but it has worked very well for me, and I hope it will be useful to some of you as well. Feel free to contact me if you have any comment about this code.

He briefly describes the code, noting where you can make config changes based on your needs. After that, it's all code, a procedural script that takes in any file and spits back out a custom rounded-corners image with your chosen settings. He even gives a PNG file of the rounded corner to use...

tagged: rounded corners GD library png image rotate rounded corners GD library png image rotate

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