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If you're looking for a different type of a font to make your design stand out, a cursive font can be a great choice. Cursive and script fonts aren’t new, but they’re a less common choice for many designers. This gives you a chance to use cursive fonts to add some originality to your next […]
The eagle is commonly used as a symbol within coats of arms, sigils and historic heraldry. Perhaps the most prominent modern usage is its depiction as the emblem of the United States of America, appearing in various imagery to represent freedom, strength and patriotism. In today’s design inspiration showcase I present over 40 stunning designs […] The post Showcase of Majestic Designs That Feature Illustrations of Eagles appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Psychology, the study of the human mind, is a very complex subject that even the scientists struggle with. In fact, scientists and researchers are still trying to figure out why we have dreams when we sleep. However, thanks to many studies, years of research, and the dedication of brilliant minds like Sigmund Freud, we now […]
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Looking for flat, long shadow icon sets? Good, then you’re in the right place! Long shadow design is a trend that has been gaining more and more popularity in the app and icon design niches. If used properly, it can add a lot of value to your designs. The examples we decided to share with […] The post 40 Free Flat Long Shadow Icon Sets appeared first on Line25.
Latest PECL Releases:zookeeper 0.6.4 Bugs: Fix segmentation fault after destroying Zookeeper instance (Issue #32) datadog_trace 0.15.1 ### Added - Symfony 2.3 web tests for resource name #349 - Update images and enable leak detection, split tests in CI to Unit, Integration and Web #299 Fixed Resource name on Symfony 2.x requests served through controllers #341 Sanitize url in web spans #344 Laravel 5.8 compatibility #351 zookeeper 0.7.1 Bugs: - Fix segmentation fault after destroying Zookeeper instance (Issue #32) xdebug 2.7.0 Wed, Mar 6, 2019 - xdebug 2.7.0 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #1520: Xdebug does not handle variables and properties with "-" in their name Fixed issue #1577: Code coverage path analysis with chained catch fails in PHP 7.3 Fixed issue #1639: Compile warning/error on GCC 8 or Clang due to "break intentionally missing" Fixed issue #1642: Debugger gives: "Warning: Header may not contain NUL bytes" redis 4.3.0RC2 phpredis 4.3.0RC2 This is probably the latest release with PHP 5 suport!!! Proper persistent connections pooling implementation [a3703820, c76e00fb, 0433dc03, c75b3b93] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) RedisArray auth [b5549cff, 339cfa2b, 6b411aa8] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Use zend_string for storing key hashing algorithm [8cd165df, 64e6a57f] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Add ZPOPMAX and ZPOPMIN support [46f03561, f89e941a, 2ec7d91a] (@mbezhanov, Michael Grunder) Implement GEORADIUS_RO and GEORADIUSBYMEMBER_RO [22d81a94] (Michael Grunder) Add callback parameter to subscribe/psubscribe arginfo [0653ff31] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Don't check the number affected keys in PS_UPDATE_TIMESTAMP_FUNC [b00060ce] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Xgroup updates [15995c06] (Michael Grunder) RedisCluster auth [c5994f2a] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Cancel pipeline mode without executing commands [789256d7] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Use zend_string for pipeline_cmd [e98f5116] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Different key hashing algorithms from hash extension [850027ff] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Breaking the lock acquire loop in case of network problems [61889cd7] (@SkydiveMarius) Implement consistent hashing algorithm for RedisArray [bb32e6f3, 71922bf1] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Use zend_string for storing RedisArray hosts [602740d3, 3e7e1c83] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Update lzf_compress to be compatible with PECL lzf extension [b27fd430] (@jrchamp) Fix RedisCluster keys memory leak [3b56b7db] (Michael Grunder) Directly use return_value in RedisCluster::keys method [ad10a49e] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix segfault in Redis Cluster with inconsistent configuration [72749916, 6e455e2e] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Masters info leakfix [91bd7426] (Michael Grunder) Refactor redis_sock_read_bulk_reply [bc4dbc4b] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Remove unused parameter lazy_connect from redis_sock_create [c0793e8b] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Remove useless ZEND_ACC_[C|D]TOR. [bc9b5597] (@twosee) Documentation improvements (@fanjiapeng, @alexander-schranz, @hmc, Pavlo Yatsukhnenko, Michael Grunder) swoole 4.3.0 New Features --- + `Co::getContext` to get the coroutine context object ([RFC-1018](https://github.com/swoole/rfc-chinese/issues/45)) (@twose) + `Co::getPcid` to get the parent coroutine ID ([RFC-1017](https://github.com/swoole/rfc-chinese/issues/41)) (@twose) + `Co::exists` to know if a coroutine exists (@twose) + Runtime Coroutine Hook supports `stream_select` (#2358) (@matyhtf) + `max_wait_time` configuration support in BASE mode (#2282) (@shiguangqi) + Support for one-way delivery tasks in the `Master/Manager/User` process ([RFC-1015](https://github.com/swoole/rfc-chinese/issues/38)) (@matyhtf) + `CoSocket` has two new APIs `recvAll` and `sendAll` to ensure complete receive/send data until completion or error (3700cbb) (@twose) + `Process` supports the coroutine mode, please refer to ([Use Coroutine in Process](https://wiki.swoole.com/wiki/page/p-process_coro.html)) + `Process->exportSocket` to export `CoSocket` object (91d3621) (@matyhtf) + Added `Server->getCallback` method to get the callback function of the specified name of the Server (@matyhtf) Enhancement The default max number of connections is 100K (instead of 10K) now. If the system configuration is less than this number, use the system configuration first (3d2e387) (@twose) Optimize the code for the Timer module, which now runs faster and accepts any number of arguments (#2347) (@twose) Co::stats will show more information such as the number of events, the number of registered signals, the number of AIO tasks, etc. (@matyhtf) Co::getBackTrace with no params is equivalent to debug_backtrace (@twose) Co::listCoroutines is renamed to Co::list, but the original name is still reserved as an alias (Backward compatibility) (@twose) Table::exist, Server::exist are renamed to exists, but the original name is still reserved as aliases (Backward compatibility) (@twose) Redis will automatically authenticate and select the corresponding database when it is automatically reconnected. Add API: getOptions, getAuth, getDBNum (#2303) (fdac8a3) (@windrunner414 & @twose) The default Socket buffer size on FreeBSD should be 2M (750a29c) (@twose) Server->stats will show worker_dispatch_count which can get the number of requests submitted by the master to the current process. The number of requests in the queue can be got by worker_dispatch_count - worker_request_count (a353808) (@matyhtf) Remove Nghttp2 dependencies, no longer need to install it, configuring compilation parameters to open Coroutines now have no max nesting level limitation (there are no real nesting relations between coroutines) (5458cbc) (@twose) When the coroutine reaches the max limitation, the HTTP server will return a 503 error indicating that the service is temporarily unavailable (ebd377f) (@twose) defer will now accept a parameter whose value is the return value at the end of the coroutine (example) (@twose) Fixed Fixed error when the task method passed a null argument (#2366) (@twose) Fixed Http client send big data incomplete (#2360) (@twose) Fixed the bug that unprocessed data in the buffer was lost when the TCP client used the eof protocol (a59ae39) (@twose) Fixed async security of Server Reload (022f859) (@matyhtf) Fixed the index value of the connection iterator (b066146) (@twose) Fixed the bug that Set-Cookie special characters are too long to be outputed (#2368) (@mabu233 & @twose) Fixed the bug that Http client did not decode the cookie (duplicated encode when sent) (069ca5d) (@twose) Fixed Http client download with timeout lead to coredump (#2377) (@matyhtf & @twose) Fixed __call and call_user_func* lead to coredump when calling MySQL client method (#2387) (@matyhtf) Fixed coredump when Http2 client header name passed in a number (#2375) (@mabu233) Fixed SwooleEvent::dispatch behavior not as expected (#2390) (@matyhtf) Fixed Socks5 proxy handshake failed (94ef96c) (@twose) Fixed a memory read error caused by a connection failure in a low-version Linux kernel (5adf625) (@matyhtf & @twose) Fixed the bug that the server used the timer in the BASE single-process mode not work (82eca13) (@twose) Fixed compilation failure due to unstable ZendAPI in low-version (768b8a7) (@shiguangqi) Fixed EINVAL when calling sendto (#2395) (@junwei) Unsupported Create server or customs process after using async file IO are not allowed Create server or customs process in coroutine are not allowed Removed WebsocketServer->exists only shows if the connection exists. Please use the isEstablished method to get if it is a Websocket client. Remove the swoole.fast_serialize configuration item Removed the PHP Warning when the CoClient method return failed Remove the Server->gzip method Remove PicoHttpParser support Remove async modules Remove all async modules, separate asynchronous extensions to async-ext: Async functions MySQL Redis HttpClient MemoryPool MsgQueue RingQueue
Browse through SaaS communities on Twitter, LinkedIn, Reddit, Discord, you name it and you'll see a common theme appear in many of them. That theme can go by many names: BI, analytics, insights and so on. It's natural, we do … The post Embedded Analytics Made Simple With Cumul.io Integrations appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Maxwell is a researcher at a design firm that is working on a mobile payment app. He wants to learn more about how users currently interact with point-of-sale terminals. Maxwell contacts a local grocery store to coordinate times to observe customers as they are checking out. He then asks every fifth customer who checks out to complete a brief survey. Maxwell is engaging in intercepts as part of his recruitment of research participants. We often want information on what users and potential users of our designs think and how they behave in the context of where they will use our design. For example, if you are designing a new interface for an ATM, you would benefit from understanding how current users engage with ATMs in the context of spaces where ATMs are located. Intercepts allow you to engage users in a variety of settings to collect data to inform your design. It sounds simple, but there is a right way to ask people to stop and participate in a study. This article shares a method to design and carry out effective intercepts as part of your user research.The post The Art Of The Intercept: Moving Beyond “Would You Like To Take A Survey?” appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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