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Day: November 20, 2019

Implementing A Custom Page Builder

Implementing A Custom Page Builder

As a software outsourcing company, we work on a number of projects and constantly try to increase our expertise. Sometimes, the small ones to grow and be a foundation for long-term partnerships with your client. Among such projects for Redwerk is Justin Alexander bridal dress online platform. They had four separate websites and reached out to us, asking to put them collectively into an individual multi-brand platform predicated on a custom Page Builder for easy managing and administration. Page Builder was our key job in this task, as it allows making changes to different pages of varied styles immediately.

The job of our back-end developers was to code the blocks for keeping different kinds of data and move it on to the front-end team to combine these blocks into different patterns and themes. Here are the solutions to a few of the challenging tasks we have encountered while working on this project.

In this process, we’d to ensure safe data migration from the old sites to the new ones. To do this, our designers created a mechanism to migrate faster and with minimum human conversation. Besides, we applied no-hassle .csv data transfer for services to help make the uploads easier. Implementing a multi-brand system within one domain had not been easy, but we did it: expanded the platform and created new websites for every brand with different styles, product lists, and shops.

Justin Alexander is a worldwide famous brand, which means that its website should be accessible in multiple languages. … Read the rest

THEY ARE Not The Only Alternatives

THEY ARE Not The Only Alternatives

I am intrigued by the new loosely associated school or craze in idea called speculative realism. I am currently reading The Universe of Things: On Speculative Realism by Steven Shaviro (University of Minnesota Press, 2014). Shaviro is a Whiteheadian basically, therefore his position is relatively different from the other speculative realists I have read. I am pretty in advance about my initial position at least.

Earlier I needed published on the speculative realism of Graham Harman, especially as within his publication The Quadruple Object. I think, as I argued there, that most of the useful claims made by the speculative realists can be better made within the context of the philosophy of John Dewey. Dewey’s school of thought also avoids a few of their excesses.

I am sympathetic to the anti-anthropocentrism of the speculative realists. We have to get beyond the idea that humans will be the center of everything. At the same time, I believe they tend to throw the infant out with the bathwater. They may be wanting to cast away everything about Kant for example too.

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Shaviro also advocates panpsychism. The majority of what he says about this makes sense to me: for example, that pets and even vegetation can have consciousness or simply just … Read the rest

Attending To The Grace & Beauty Woven Into All Creation

Attending To The Grace & Beauty Woven Into All Creation

Fundamentally, joy is enjoying something for its own sake. Delight is without expectation and demand. It springs from the easy pleasure that something exists rather than doesn’t. That’s what makes joy different from entertainment completely. Entertainment must stimulate us to be able to remain entertaining; it distracts us. Delight, on the other hand, will take us deeper into the world around us. It involves a sot of communion or communication between whatever pleases and the person who is pleased. If you believe in an inventor a whole new sizing shows up then.

I may not amid delight love a wildflower just as I love a fellow human being, but something akin to love triggered me to stop, notice the blossom and spend my focus on it. Augustine stated boldly that there surely is no love without a delight and I claim that the reverse is also true-there is no joy without love. Because I believe that God created that wildflower, imbuing it with the gentle beauty, I believe also that he, in a sense, wove grace into its atomic structure. My delight in the flower’s graceful beauty gives me a taste of God’s own elegance and beauty which experience engenders love.

Perhaps the reason for this is that God wove the same grace and beauty into me. For the reason that sense, perhaps our gratitude of beauty and goodness in the other is actually a resonance between your delight woven by God in us both. Stewards of God’s Delight p. … Read the rest