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Final Cut Pro is one of the best tools you can use for video editing, especially if you're a Mac user. With the help of templates and plugins, you can create amazing video projects using the software. There are so many amazing Final Cut Pro templates and plugins out there. And we handpicked some of […]
Almost every designer has created a brochure at some point. And there's a strong possibility you'll be asked to design another! Whether it's for a client or to promote your own business, there's an art to designing a brochure. And then there's an added challenge: brochure design isn't just for print anymore. Digital brochures are […]
The Object Management Group (OMG) has published a beta of version 1.0 of its REST for CORBA specification. Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) is a standard for facilitating communication between systems deployed on different operating systems, programming languages, and hardware. The specification describes a standard way for CORBA objects to be exposed as REST … continue reading The post OMG releases REST for CORBA specification version 1.0 appeared first on SD Times.
Latest PECL Releases:datadog_trace 0.41.0 ### Added Put compile_file hook behind a feature flag, default on #757 Changed Require curl at configuration time #766 Log background sender messages to error_log #776 Deprecate manual usage of legacy Symfony bundles and Laravel provider #772 Separate background sender timeout env vars from userland #773 Fixed Gracefully handle a dropped span on exit #765 Update contribution guidelines #769 Trace http response code when set via function 'http_response_code' #755 - thanks @aderiyenko Fix execinfo on builds from source in Alpine containers #752 zip 1.18.0RC1 - add ZipArchive::FL_RECOMPRESS, FL_ENCRYPTED, FL_OVERWRITE, FL_LOCAL, FL_CENTRAL constants - add optional "flags" parameter to ZipArchive::addEmptyDir, addFile and addFromString methods - add "flags" options to ZipArchive::addGlob and addPattern methods, keeping previous behavior having FL_OVERWRITE by default - add ZipArchive::replaceFile() method redis 5.2.0 phpredis 5.2.0 There were no changes between 5.2.0RC2 and 5.2.0. phpredis 5.2.0RC2 Include RedisSentinelTest.php in package.xml! [eddbfc8f] (Michael Grunder) Fix -Wmaybe-uninitialized warning [740b8c87] (Remi Collet) Fix improper destructor when zipping values and scores [371ae7ae] (Michael Grunder) Use php_rand instead of php_mt_rand for liveness challenge string [9ef2ed89] (Michael Grunder) phpredis 5.2.0RC1 This release contains initial support for Redis Sentinel as well as many smaller bug fixes and improvements. It is especially of interest if you use persistent connections, as we've added logic to make sure they are in a good state when retreving them from the pool. IMPORTANT: Sentinel support is considered experimental and the API will likely change based on user feedback. Sponsors ~ Audiomack.com - https://audiomack.com ~ Till Kruss - https://github.com/tillkruss Initial support for RedisSentinel [90cb69f3, c94e28f1, 46da22b0, 5a609fa4, 383779ed] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Houskeeping (spelling, doc changes, etc) [23f9de30, d07a8df6, 2d39b48d, 0ef488fc, 2c35e435, f52bd8a8, 2ddc5f21, 1ff7dfb7, db446138] (Tyson Andre, Pavlo Yatsukhnenko, Michael Grunder, Tyson Andre) Fix for ASK redirections [ba73fbee] (Michael Grunder) Create specific 'test skipped' exception [c3d83d44] (Michael Grunder) Fixed memory leaks in RedisCluster [a107c9fc] (Michael Grunder) Fixes for session lifetime values that underflow or overflow [7a79ad9c, 3c48a332] (Michael Grunder) Enables slot caching for Redis Cluster [23b1a9d8] (Michael Booth) Support TYPE argument for SCAN [8eb39a26, b1724b84, 53fb36c9, 544e641b] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Added challenge/response mechanism for persistent connections [a5f95925, 25cdaee6, 7b6072e0, 99ebd0cc, 3243f426] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko, Michael Grunder) gRPC 1.28.0RC1 - gRPC Core 1.28.0 update msgpack 2.1.0 + Improved performance + Upgraded bundled msgpack headers to 3.2.0 * Merged PR #101: Update README in order to match compatibile PHP version * Merged PR #125: fix ce->name is a zend_string * Merged PR #106: Update README * Merged PR #126: add mising tests in archive * Merged PR #135: Add fixes for issue #81 This also includes tests. * Merged PR #143: Fixed build with PHP-7.4 * Fixed issue #139: Segmentation fault when using cloned unpacker * Fixed issue #132: Segfault on session php7.3 * Fixed issue #107: $unpacker->execute() bug * Fixed issue #83: Arrays and negative index * Fixed issue #137: DateTime(Immutable) serialization doesn't work with php 7.4 RC1 * Fixed issue #105: MessagePackUnpacker() bug * Fixed issue #90: msgpack_unpack is super slow (30x times igbinary) on big data sets * Fixed issue #91: Private property in base class * Fixed issue #67: Integer overflow on a 64-bit system * Fixed issue #33: int64 and uint64 decode is not supported in 32-bit php * Fixed issue #119: uint64 numbers are cast to uint on Windows * Fixed issue #134: msgpack-php msgpack_serialize/msgpack_pack not handling properly large int * Fixed issue #81: Serialize optimization * Fixed issue #108: tests/041.phpt failure * Fixed issue #142: Recursion encoded as NULL * Fixed issue #138: Serializers comparison for session like data zip 1.17.2 - fix #79315 ZipArchive::addFile doen't honor start/length parameters krb5 1.1.3 - [BUG] Keep proper minor status for error reporting in initSecContex - [BUG] remove some overlooked debugging output - [BUG] fix PECL package license metadata - [FEATURE] Add API for password expiration information (MIT >=1.9 only) - [FEATURE] Allow leaving the NegotiateAuth SPN unspecified (allow all from keytab) - [FEATURE] Add support for gss_acquire_cred_from() instead of setting the per process keytab (in NegotiateAuth, GSSAPI to follow). - [FEATURE] Allow overriding SPN for NegotiateAuth.
Welcome back to the second part of this tutorial on Gravit Designer. In the first part we took a general look at Gravit and set everything up, created the background image in the weather app and the status bar, and then started to make the initial elements of the design's content. Let's continue where we left off. Having created the main text layers of the content area in part one of this tutorial, let's continue with the weather conditions for the different times of day.The post An Introduction To Gravit Designer: Designing A Weather App (Part 2) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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Countdown begins for the launch of Odoo 15! Let's see what it has for you... With every year Odoo astonishes everybody with the great launches of every new versions of Odoo. Odoo helps you to perfectly manage your business with the help of several modules. There are already notable features Odoo has till latest released Version [...]
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Regardless of whether you're designing a postcard for travel and tourism or business and marketing, there's no denying that everyone loves receiving one of those small colored cards in the mail – as long as it looks good, of course! But how to make sure your design will look as good in someone's mailbox as […]
Video content is all over the internet! According to Cisco, by the year 2021, the online video content will make up around 80% of the global online traffic. However, even that doesn’t seem to be enough to meet the worldwide demand for video content. In a study, HubSpot states that 43% of people want to...
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