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Now it makes no sense to think about whether it is worth developing a corporate website design to create your own representation on the Internet. 6-7 years ago it was obvious that this direction was the future. Although there are still skeptics in small businesses who think that it is too early for them to...
Magento is one of the platforms designed to help eCommerce platforms conduct business more efficiently and in a conducive manner. An open-source platform, it assists business or ECommerce merchants to design a portable and easy cart, along with quality understandable content. The authority over the appearance and functionality of the eCommerce website is entirely dependent...
WSO2 is making moves to solidify its position in the cloud-native space. It announced a public beta of Choreo, which is a low-code integration platform as a service (IPaaS) for cloud-native engineering, and its acquisition of Platformer. Choreo enables developers to create, deploy, and manage integrations, services, and APIs. It can be used to facilitate … continue reading The post WSO2 launches cloud-native IPaaS solution Choreo appeared first on SD Times.
(This is a sponsored post.) Building products for users is a balance between your vision of what your product can do for them, and refining that vision based on their feedback. If you're really a customer-focused company, you're listening. … The post Userwell is for Managing Customer Feedback appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Latest PECL Releases:xdebug 2.9.8 Mon, Sep 28, 2020 - xdebug 2.9.8 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #1851: Paths are not counted as coveraged with loops calling function Fixed issue #1855: Build issues on FreeBSD ice 1.7.0 - Url, add href and rel, deprecate getStatic, fix #231 - Arr, add merge, deprecate replace, fix #228 - View, set engine options, sleet compile fix #288 - Validation, add exists validator #274 - Db, count elements #277 - Router, set routes must be explicitly called #282 - Db, skip settings if not provided, fix #286 - Auth file, fetch users from the options, fix #285 - Sqlite, row count returns zero all the time, fix #283 pq 2.1.8 * Fix PHP-8.0 compatibility rpminfo 0.5.1 - split tests for PHP 7/8 - improve librpm example pecl_http 4.0.0beta1 >*NOTE:* v4.x will be PHP-8 only, v3.x continues PHP-7 support PHP 8 compatibility Drop ext-propro support PHP 8 removes the object get/set API from the ZendEngine, which renders that extension dysfunctional. As a consequence, the header property of httpMessage and derived classes cannot be modified in place, and thus by reference.
In a new post to his site Tomas Votruba takes the opposite approach to writing good code by sharing bad examples in the form of fourteen tips to write bad code, practices that can make code hard to upgrade and difficult to maintain. Today I'll show you how to own your company. All you need to do is write code that no-one can read, is hard to refactor and creates technical debt. It's not easy, because if other programmers spot you're writing legacy code, you're busted. If you keep a low profile of very smart architect and do it right, you'll be the only one in the company who knows what is going on and you'll have a value of gold. Learn how to be successful living vendor lock! He then goes through his list of poor practices to avoid including: Use protected instead of private Use Non-String Method Names Don't Always use PSR-4 Hide Your Dependencies in Constructor Use Annotations to Define Magic Methods Use Traits with Annotations to Define Magic Methods Use as Short Naming as Possible ...and many more. For each item in the list sample code is provided so you'll know exactly what to avoid.
Nikola Posa has a new post to his site sharing what he calls a "community-driven PHP 8 wishlist" as gathered from replies to a tweet he posted back in July 2018. It's been over two months since I started a research on Twitter about the things that developers would like to be added or improved in the next major PHP release. [...] It had a surprisingly long reach, inspiring developers, prominent experts, community representatives to express their opinion through more than a hundred responses. It would be a waste to leave such a valuable data in the form of a raw and fuzzy Twitter thread, so I finally found some time to turn it into something more useful. In the post he shares the results in a spreadsheet, with the top three being: arrow functions, multi-threading and method overloading. Other interesting features also made an appearance pretty high on the list including boot-time preloading, scalar objects, native async and built-in request/response objects. Check out the post for the complete list and how it was processed into its final form.
OKR Approach Objectives and Key Results (OKR) is an approach that informs everyone in the organization where they should concentrate their efforts and directs the company to the common goal as a whole. In fact, it’s a simple way to ensure that everyone is striving for the same result and that all the operations are...
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