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Latest PECL Releases:timezonedb 2018.7Updated to version 2018.7 (2018g) psr 0.5.1- Fix PsrHttpMessageServerRequestInterface not actually extending `PsrHttpMessageRequestInterface` decimal 1.0.1Package content updates, smarter .m4 @remicollet decimal 1.0.0Initial release, request for comments. swoole 4.2.5* Alpine compatibility (#2071) * Fixed task_ipc_mode bug (#2072) * Improve client proxy settings * Fixed SSL client bug (#2053) swoole 4.2.4+ Refactor HTTP2 client, fix disconnection reconnection problem, fix cookie problem + Added coroutine binding detection and friendly error prompts + Runtime stream hook adds error_text support * Increase asynchronous redis callback function type detection * Fixed http client unable to execute other requests after using the download API * Fixed `swoole_http_response->detach` cross-function memory error * Fixed coroutine PDO connection abnormal disconnection * parameter parsing errors return FALSE (instead of null) * Fixed `Exception` loss after coroutine switchover * Fixed `task_max_request` does not work * Optimize MySQL response packet integrity detection * Fix coroutine flock deadlock problem * Fixed the error that the underlying swoole_buffer did not release the object * Fixed bugs caused by multiple `Content-Length` headers * Enhanced zval type check, defensive programming * Fixed the bug of the HTTP coroutine client setData using the object (stream), refactoring the properties parser of the HTTP coroutine * openssl error cleanup optimization * `co::fread` optimized for fseek and non-normal file reading * swoole_server TCP and UDP mode separation * Fixed the problem caused by passing invalid parameters when creating a server * Fixed the bug by `addProcess` in BASE mode * Fixed the problem that the task process uses `reload_async` (asynchronous safe restart feature) * Improve `package_eof` illegal empty string check - Remove code for deprecated multi-threaded mode redis 4.2.0RC2phpredis 4.2.0RC2 The main feature of this release is new Streams API implemented by Michael Grunder. Streams API [2c9e0572] (Michael Grunder) Fix incorrect arginfo for Redis::sRem and Redis::multi [25b043ce] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Update STREAM API to handle STATUS -> BULK reply change [0b97ec37] (Michael Grunder) Treat a -1 response from cluster_check_response as a timeout. [27df9220, 07ef7f4e, d1172426] (Michael Grunder) Use a ZSET insted of SET for EVAL tests [2e412373] (Michael Grunder) Missing space between command and args [0af2a7fe] (@remicollet) Reset the socket after a timeout to make sure no wrong data is received [cd6ebc6d] (@marcdejonge) Modify session testing logic [bfd27471] (Michael Grunder) Allow '-' and '+' arguments and add tests for zLexCount and zRemRangeByLex [d4a08697] (Michael Grunder) Fix printf format warnings [dcde9331] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Session module is required [58bd8cc8] (@remicollet) Set default values for ini entries [e206ce9c] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Display ini entries in output of phpinfo [908ac4b3] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Persistant connections can be closed via close method + change reconnection logic [1d997873] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Documentation improvements (@mg, @elcheco, @lucascourot, @nolimitdev, Michael Grunder)
As is mentioned in this new post from the Laravel News site, the latest product in the Laravel ecosystem - Laravel Nova - is now available for purchase. We expected a Nova release at Laracon EU 2018 around the same time that Laravel 5.7 is due out. In an unexpected move (and in light of many people wanting to get their hands on Nova early) Taylor decided to ship Nova. [...] Laravel Nova works with both Laravel 5.6 and the upcoming release of Laravel 5.7, so rest assured that it works with the latest stable version. So what's Nova? It describes itself as "a beautifully designed administration panel for Laravel. Carefully crafted by the creators of Laravel to make you the most productive developer in the galaxy." It provides most of the functionality you'd expect from an administration panel including user management, model (resource) details, metrics and the ability to extend via custom functionality. The per-site pricing is relatively affordable and has two levels: Solo for $99 and Pro for $199.
So you want to be a freelancer. It's no surprise that more and more people are making this career choice. The work from home, work for yourself option is appealing for many reasons. But not everyone is cut out for the job. Are you? Most freelancers - regardless of industry - exhibit a few characteristics […]
Every generation has complained about the habits and technology of younger generations. Malesherbes, a French statesman, thought that newspapers isolated readers in contrast to the “spiritually uplifting” group practice of... The post Anti-Apps: The Rise of Apps That Get You Away from Technology appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Symfony provides us the symfony/form package which makes the handling of rendering and submitting forms easier than ever. Soon this will become even easier with the new "Form handler helper", but that's not the point here. What annoyed me when I first started working with Vue.js was the fact that I pretty much like the need to say "goodbye" to the forms rendering directly in the Twig (which is very handy).
It can be easy to think of email marketing as this impenetrable thing that only someone with a lot of tech and marketing experience could attempt. There are good reasons to get involved with email marketing - it's the best, most personal way to reach people and is a low-cost investment to increase sales. I'm...
Alongside the huge collection of design resources available, Access All Areas members now also have a premium WordPress theme to download as part of their membership thanks to the kind people at Themely. Integral Pro is a one-page parallax theme for freelancers, creatives and startups. Its simple and elegant design is perfect for promoting your […] The post Integral Pro WordPress Theme for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Before integrating SAST into your SDLC you want to make sure that your code analysis produces only relevant findings with the best performance possible. In the first part of this guide, we will cover the following 5 configuration options and best practices for fine-tuning: Set the Language Version ...
In this tutorial, you'll be building a Survey App, where we'll learn to validate our users form data, implement Authentication in Vue, and be able to receive survey data using Vue and Firebase (a BaaS platform). As we build this app, we'll be learning how to handle form validation for different kinds of data, including reaching out to the backend to check if an email is already taken, even before the user submits the form during sign up.
‘Less is more” is a frequently used phrase these days across various industries such as interior design, fashion, art, website design, and even packaging design. When we talk about graphic design, many people have drawn influences and adapted the less is more approach in their design style. This is known as Minimalism. British Philosopher Richard […] The post Minimalism vs Maximalism: Which Should You Choose? appeared first on Line25.
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