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Latest PECL Releases:datadog_trace 0.66.0 ### Breaking changes Global tags are now assigned early. This means that users have to make sure to not overwrite meta, but only add to it instead, if they don't want to lose global tags. Wrong: $span->meta = [ 'some' => 'tag' ]. Correct $span->meta['some'] = 'tag'. Support for legacy param DD_TRACE_RESOURCE_URI_MAPPING has been dropped with the migration to C code, after more than a year of deprecation. Use DD_TRACE_RESOURCE_URI_FRAGMENT_REGEX, DD_TRACE_RESOURCE_URI_MAPPING_INCOMING, and DD_TRACE_RESOURCE_URI_MAPPING_OUTGOING instead. See resource mapping for more details. Added (PHP 8) Migrate _dd.origin and distributed header sending to internal (#1267) (PHP 5) Add headers ZAI implementation (#1308) Add support for PHP 8.1 (#1297) Changed (PHP 7, 8) Internal (root) span initialization (#1329) Fixed (PHP 5, 7, 8) Remove all lines containing zai_sapi from config.m4 (#1333) (PHP 7, 8) Fix unnamed service spans caused by improper handling of DD_TRACE_ENABLED (#1332) APCu 5.1.21 - Fixed compatibility with PHP 8.1 by adding return types to APCUIterator. - APCUIterator::current() and ::key() can no longer be called on an invalid iterator. xlswriter 1.5.0 - Feat set current line. - Feat get current line. - Feat rich string. excimer 1.0.1 - Filter null bytes out of the collapsed output - Fix segfault in ZTS mode - Fix [-Wincompatible-pointer-types] with PHP 8 protobuf 3.18.1 * No new changes in 3.18.1
When Google launched Flutter (a cross-platform SDK) back in 2017, one of our clients wanted to build an MVP using the kit. As we know, MVP is a prototype or an early version of the software that serves as a proof-of-concept of its core functionalities. The intention was not to cut down the cost or … Continue reading Confronting the Native vs. Cross-Platform Debate: The Best App Development Approach →
Sometimes you have to step back and ask why a tradition exists. In mobile-first design, serving an image in three sizes — one for smartphones, one for tablets and one for desktops — using media queries and responsive images has become a tradition. But is it the best solution? It's most likely better than doing nothing, but how well does it actually work? And is there room for improvement? In this article, we'll look closely at how well the one-size-per-form-factor approach really works and how we can use smart content delivery networks to improve image performance.The post Let The Content Delivery Network Optimize Your Images appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Fonts come in all shapes and sizes, but when it comes to poster design, there are certain types of fonts that can help you make bold statements and attract attention. In this post, we feature some of the best fonts for posters you can use to create the perfect poster design. It's quite difficult to […]
Do you like the current ghost buttons or the ones in Material Design? No matter which flat design concept you prefer, I’m sure the small stylesheet bttn.css has one or two buttons you’ll like. bttn.css: [...]
Speed and efficiency are top priorities for most businesses that are producing software today. Simply put, software engineers need to move as quickly as possible when... The post Dependency Mapping: A Complete Guide to Reducing Business Risk appeared first on Plutora.
The way fonts have been advertised and used changed a lot over the past couple of years. Due to the establishment of web fonts, the commercial font providers now offer different subscription models alongside the standard purchase option. On top of that, there’s an increasing number of free, high-quality fonts, developed specifically for web use. Now, there’s the cloud service FontYou, which wants to cover the distribution of fonts, as well as the management and even development of fonts all at once. Font Management Via Desktop and Web Application Font management is the central aspect of FontYou, and it works in a combination of desktop and web app. The desktop application, which is currently only available for Mac OS, is used to upload fonts that are then available in the cloud. Once done, all fonts uploaded to the so-called “library” are accessible from the web app. They can also be assigned to different lists there. This way, you could categorize them depending on classification, foundries, or projects, for example. The nice thing about cloud-based font management is that all uploaded fonts are available wherever you need them. This is certainly interesting for people that don’t always work on a stationary […]
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