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Email marketing campaigns serve additional purposes on top of increasing a business' sales. For one thing, they increase brand visibility, and for another – they encourage communication and feedback. Now, it is critically important to remember that email marketing is still marketing. Even if the communication is virtual, your customers are living people with all...
While it is true that more people now conduct searches for products and brands online than they do from print media, it is also true
It is the second part of our video tutorial series where we continue to explore developing spring boot REST API on AWS. Today, we will focus on the ECS cluster. It involves the following steps:
Latest PECL Releases:xhprof 2.3.3 - Fix memory leak on array_filter #60 Custom xhprof_error phalcon 5.0.0alpha3 Full changelog can be found at: https://github.com/phalcon/cphalcon/blob/master/CHANGELOG-5.0.md Changed Changed version format to allow alpha/beta/RC releases on PECL. Changed: PhalconMvcModelResultsetComplex::__construct now accepts PsrSimpleCacheCacheInterface for the cache PhalconMvcModelResultsetSimple::__construct now accepts PsrSimpleCacheCacheInterface for the cache PhalconMvcModelResultset::__construct now accepts PsrSimpleCacheCacheInterface for the cache PhalconMvcModelResultset::getCache now returns PsrSimpleCacheCacheInterface #15471 Changed PhalconDbAdapterAbstractAdapter:delete() signature of optional parameters. #15363 Changed bindCounts argument to array type in: PhalconDbDialect:getColumnList() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlColumn() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpression() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionBinaryOperations() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionCase() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionCastValue() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionConvertValue() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionFunctionCall() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionGroupBy() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionHaving() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionJoins() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionLimit() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionList() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionObject() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionOrderBy() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionScalar() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionUnaryOperations() PhalconDbDialect:getSqlExpressionWhere() PhalconDbDialectInterface:getSqlExpression() Fixed Fixed PhalconDbAdapterAbstractAdapter:delete() when bindTypes argument is passed. #15363 Fixed PhalconStorageAdapterRedis::getAdapter to use passed connectionTimeout, retryInterval and readTimeout options for the connection #15484 Fixed PhalconMvcViewEngineVoltCompiler for a use case when a block will return null vs an array for statementList in PHP 8 #15556 memprof 3.0.1 * Fix build simple_kafka_client 0.1.3 ## Features - support oauthbearer mechanism (#47, #48, #49) ## Bugfixes - fix for PHP 8.1 (#52) ## Internals - cleanup and refactor (#43, #44, #45, #46) yaf 3.3.3 - Fixed issue #546 (Segfault due to get_gc handler changed) - Use interned strings - Fixed Issue #545 segfault in yaf_route_simple::construct - Optimized Yaf_Route_Map::route awscrt 1.0.1 Changes in build process scoutapm 1.4.2 - Fixed some missed free calls after DYNAMIC_MALLOC_SPRINTF usage in PHP 8 only (#92) scoutapm 1.4.1 - Fixed memory leaks from DYNAMIC_MALLOC_SPRINTF un-freed usages (#91)
The web continues to amaze me. With all its variety and different changes to the platform, it's hard to see a straight pattern — if there even is (just) one. But it's wonderful to see what is being changed, which features are added to the platform, which ones get deprecated, and how browsers implement more and more technology to protect the user from malicious website attacks. It's interesting to see that these security features nowadays are getting as much attention as a feature for developers; this shows the importance of privacy and security and how unstable and insecure the web was in the past.
When working in a team, it's important to stick to rules. A common challenge is to build all your projects with a similar or the same toolset and coding guidelines. Only yesterday I discussed how we could port over a project that outgrew its initial codebase over the years to a fresh, React.js-based source code. The decision for this wasn't easy, since we had invested quite a lot of work and money into this project already, and a move to React would require quite some time, too. But since the switch makes sense from a technical perspective and the team is already using React for three other projects, we concluded that this would be a good step to do. It will enable more developers of the team to contribute to the project, to review code and to reduce the shift of technologies in the company. Occasionally, it's time to re-evaluate your projects and move on.The post Web Development Reading List #147: Security Guidelines, Accessible UI Components, And Content-First Design appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The average person spends 60 seconds searching a website before giving up if they don't find the information they need. If you think about it, that's really not much time for web traffic to find and comprehend potentially complicated and detailed information on a site before choosing to look elsewhere. Every year, web traffic grows […] The post 20 Most Beautiful Websites of 2015 appeared first on Line25.
Here is a very valuable selection of 20 free Photoshop tutorials on Phlearn you should check out. These tutorials demonstrate some neat tricks that are useful for both experienced and beginner designers. Adobe Photoshop is a very popular image editing software that gives you all the tool you need to create professional photos. By knowing many […] The post Roundup: 20 Awesome Photoshop Tutorials on Phlearn appeared first on Line25.
WordPress is an excellent platform to build your online magazine site on top of. There are hundreds of high-quality magazine themes out there that come with all the features... The post 12 Best Magazine Themes for WordPress Websites appeared first on Onextrapixel.
PHP CodeSniffer is a great tool for making sure all your code is consistent with a set of rules and guidelines. However, there are cases, when you need to ignore the rules for a particular code snippet. For example, when you are working with third-party frameworks or libraries. CodeSniffer ...
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