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Jacob Cass has a "Creative Chat" with HUNTERHunter, discussing New York agency life and how he travels the world while working as a graphic designer & blogger.
Cookie consent prompts, push notifications, app install prompts, video autoplays and annoying pop-ups. Every time we enter a new site, it feels like a fight against all the annoying marketing messages endlessly streaming at us. If you've wondered why a product you looked up in a search engine one day keeps showing up in all your social channels over and over just a few hours later, that's the power of data collection and retargeting at play.
How much are you willing to spend on developing a business website for your new company? $10,000? $5,000? What if we told you that you could get started for less than twenty dollars? No, that's not a typo. You can actually build a stunning corporate or a business website for less than $20 dollars. Will […]
The Ampersand is loved by all types of creatives! Its shape has evolved into a variety of styles since it was conceived as a ligature of the letters ‘e’ and ‘t’ from the Latin ‘et’ for ‘and’. You can find a range of ampersand designs across different fonts and typefaces, from cursive script variants to […] The post Art of the Ampersand: 35 Creative Examples of The '&' Character appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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The success of every project is ensured by a collective effort of teams. But, it is not only the zeal that fixes everything. Right tools that bring teams together and make the working easier become all the more important. We are heading into 2020, remote teams are a common phenomenon. Businesses need to stay equipped...
Minimalism is a timeless design style. It uses the least elements and places them strategically to express more with less. Usually, minimalism is considered to be easier than the maximalist design. This is because it looks far less complicated visually. However, that makes it all the more difficult to put across the brand’s message with […] The post Understanding Neo Minimalism in Graphic Design appeared first on Line25.
Latest PECL Releases:swoole 4.4.12 New API Runtime::getHookFlags (#2915) (@limingxinleo) Enhancement Support Websocket Compression on client-side (#2937) (@twose) Support compress websocket message by frame (#2937) (@twose) Optimized the detect logical of shortname (#2935) (@sy-records) Better compression handler (Gzip and Brotli) (#2928) (@twose) Reduce memory copy (#2893) (7fc93504) (@hantaohuang) (@twose) Accepted connection will inherit the options of server (#2898) (@twose) CoroutineHttpServer support HTTP2 protocol now (5479dbc4) (@matyhtf) Automatically add Content-Type header when use sendfile (4e62bc52) (@matyhtf) Compatibility with Zend preloader (Special thanks to PHP team) (#2899) (@twose) Implement RFC-7692 (#2906) (@matyhtf) Support PHP error control operators (#2916) (@twose) Support socket_send_timeout option for sync client (#2919) (@matyhtf) Support NPN (#2900) (@matyhtf) Improve HTTP proxy handshake request (#2922) (@twose) Fixed Fixed AIO task num overflow (7038bdc1) (@twose) Fixed gdbinit, support get backtrace info of current stack (bd033e56) (@twose) Fixed Websocket Compression (ca818657) (@matyhtf) Fixed compilation failure caused BrotliDecoder (#2925) (@twose) Fixed memory error caused by compressing big data (#2928) (@twose) Fixed #2890 (start a ProcessPool without onWorkerStart event) (#2892) (@twose) Fixed the bug that close the connection in non-current worker (#2891) (@matyhtf) Fixed memory error of create socket failure (2948f10a) (@matyhtf) Fixed missing ssl_host_name of HTTPS proxy (#2904) (@twose) Fixed CID-1466865 (#2923) (@tutanhamon) scoutapm 1.0.0 - More documentation into README.md (#38) - Better text matrix introduced, including PHP 7.4 tests (#40) - Improved argument handling for functions like `curl_exec`, `fwrite`, `fread`, `PDOStatement->execute` (#42, #43) - Bug fixes for #41 and #29 to help prevent bad configuration of overwritten functions (#44) mysqlnd_azure 1.0.1 - A PHP extension implemented using mysqlnd plugin API which provides redirection feature support. redis 5.1.0 This release contains important bugfixes and improvements. phpredis 5.1.0 Allow to specify scheme for session handler [53a8bcc7] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) phpredis 5.1.0RC2 Fix missing null byte in PHP_MINFO_FUNCTION [8bc2240c] (Remi Collet) Remove dead code generic_unsubscribe_cmd [8ee4abbc] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Add documentation for zpopmin and zpopmax [99ec24b3, 4ab1f940] (@alexander-schranz) phpredis 5.1.0RC1 Fix regression for multihost_distribute_call added in 112c77e3 [fbe0f804] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix regression for conntecting to unix sockets with relative path added in 1f41da64 [17b139d8, 7ef17ce1] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix unix-socket detection logic broken in 418428fa [a080b73f] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix memory leak and bug with getLastError for redis_mbulk_reply_assoc and redis_mbulk_reply_zipped. [7f42d628, 3a622a07] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko), (Michael Grunder) Fix bug with password contain "#" for redis_session [2bb08680] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Add optional support for Zstd compression, using --enable-redis-ztsd. This requires libzstd version >= 1.3.0 [2abc61da] (Remi Collet) Fix overallocation in RedisCluster directed node commands [cf93649] (Michael Grunder) Also attach slaves when caching cluster slots [0d6d3fdd, b114fc26] (Michael Grunder) Use zend_register_persistent_resource_ex for connection pooling [fdada7ae, 7c6c43a6] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Refactor redis_session [91a8e734, 978c3074] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Documentation improvements (@Steveb-p, @tangix, @ljack-adista, @jdreesen, Michael Grunder) xdebug 2.8.0 Thu, Oct 31, 2019 - xdebug 2.8.0 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #1665: Segfault with garbage collection and complex function arguments Fixed issue #1699: Crash during debugging Phalcon project Fixed issue #1705: Crash while debugging with ionCube being used Fixed issue #1708: Crash on evaluating object with properties Fixed issue #1709: Wrong data type breaks tests on Big Endian build Fixed issue #1713: INIT_FCALL is not overloaded in code coverage swoole 4.4.10 Enhancement --- + Refactor compression handler (Gzip and Brotli) (#2928) (@twose) Fixed Fixed compilation failure caused BrotliDecoder (#2925) (@twose) Fixed memory error caused by compressing big data (#2928) (@twose) swoole 4.4.9 New API --- + Runtime::getHookFlags (#2915) (@limingxinleo) Enhancement Reduce memory copy (#2893) (7fc93504) (@hantaohuang) (@twose) Accepted connection will inherit the options of server (#2898) (@twose) CoroutineHttpServer support HTTP2 protocol now (5479dbc4) (@matyhtf) Automatically add Content-Type header when use sendfile (4e62bc52) (@matyhtf) Compatibility with Zend preloader (Special thanks the PHP team) (#2899) (@twose) Implement RFC-7692 (#2906) (@matyhtf) Support PHP error control operators (#2916) (@twose) Support socket_send_timeout option for sync client (#2919) (@matyhtf) Support NPN (#2900) (@matyhtf) Improve HTTP proxy handshake request (#2922) (@twose) Fixed Fixed #2890 (start a ProcessPool without onWorkerStart event) (#2892) (@twose) Fixed the bug that close the connection in non-current worker (#2891) (@matyhtf) Fixed memory error of create socket failure (2948f10a) (@matyhtf) Fixed missing ssl_host_name of HTTPS proxy (#2904) (@twose) Fixed CID-1466865 (#2923) (@tutanhamon) datadog_trace 0.34.0 ### Added Yii 2 support #624, #630 Enable tracing when no autoloaders used by setting DD_TRACE_NO_AUTOLOADER=true #627 Safe to-string conversion for all datatypes on DDTraceSpanData #613 Changed Improve dd-doctor with and container tagging detector when open_basedir is set #629
This week's Designer News (N.342) includes Modular CSS, ColorDrop, Flexbox Grid, Bootstrap 4, PerfTool, Free Fonts, and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.342) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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