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Latest PECL Releases:event 3.0.7RC1 Fixed #69: The event loop remained running when the user called exit() or an exception was thrown from the event callback. Now in these cases the loop will be stopped automatically. excimer 1.0.2 - Fix Iterator prototypes for PHP 8.1 - Add extension version in phpinfo() maxminddb 1.11.0 * Replace runtime define of a constant to facilitate opcache preloading. Reported by vedadkajtaz. GitHub #134. * Resolve minor issue found by the Clang static analyzer in the C extension. protobuf 3.19.0RC1 * Added "object" as a reserved name (#8962) xdebug 3.1.1 Fri, Oct 15, 2021 - Xdebug 3.1.1 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #2016: apache gives no output with xdebug 3.1.0b2 installed Fixed issue #2024: Apache restarts in a loop under PHP 8.1.0 RC3 Fixed issue #2029: incorrect and inaccurate date and time displayed in xdebug.log and trace files Fixed issue #2030: PhpStorm step-debug not working on PHP 8.0.11 Fixed issue #2032: Use runtime PHP version in DBGp and info pages instead of compiled-against version Fixed issue #2034: Xdebug throws a Segmentation fault when 'set_time_limit' function is disabled Fixed issue #2035: Xdebug block everything with localhost in XAMMP swoole 4.8.0 New APIs --- * Added Co::getStackUsage() (#4398) (@matyhtf) (@twose) * Added CoroutineRedis some api (#4390) (@chrysanthemum) * Added Table::stats() (#4405) (@matyhtf) * Added Coroutine::join() (#4406) (@matyhtf) New feature Supported server command (#4389) (@matyhtf) Supported Server::onBeforeShutdown callback (#4415) (@matyhtf) Enhancement Set error code when websocket pack fails (swoole/swoole-src@d27c5a5) (@matyhtf) Added Timer::exec_count field (#4402) (@matyhtf) Supported for hooked mkdir using open_basedir ini config (#4407) (@NathanFreeman) Added vendor_init.php (swoole/library@6c40b02) (@matyhtf) Supported CURLOPT_UNIX_SOCKET_PATH for SWOOLE_HOOK_CURL (swoole/library#121) (@sy-records) Supported ssl_ciphers config for client (#4432) (@amuluowin) Fixed Fixed unnecessary URL decode of file names when uploading files (swoole/swoole-src@a73780e) (@matyhtf) Fixed HTTP2 max_frame_size error (#4394) (@twose) Fixed curl_multi_select bug #4393 (#4418) (@matyhtf) Fixed missing coroutine options (#4425) (@sy-records) Fixed connection cannot be forcibly closed when the send buffer is full (swoole/swoole-src@2198378) (@matyhtf) couchbase 3.2.1 PCBC-770: Fixed memory leak while decoding subdoc JSON. PCBC-782: Updated minimal requirement for libcouchbase to 3.2.2. Other memory fixes and improvements. openswoole 4.7.1 New feature --- * Introduce a new concurrency mode (#4330) (@doubaokun) Enhancement Supported query /etc/hosts for System::dnsLookup (#4341) (#4349) (@zmyWL) (@NathanFreeman) Supported boost context support for mips64 (#4358) (@dixyes) Supported CURLOPT_RESOLVE option for SWOOLE_HOOK_CURL (swoole/library#107) (@sy-records) Supported CURLOPT_NOPROGRESS for SWOOLE_HOOK_CURL (swoole/library#117) (@sy-records) Supported boost context support for riscv64 (#4375) (@dixyes) Fixed Fixed memory error on shutdown (PHP-8.1) (#4325) (@twose) Fixed not serializable classes for 8.1.0beta1 (#4335) (@remicollet) Fixed multiple coroutines recursively creating directories (#4337) (@NathanFreeman) Fixed native curl bugs (#4360) (@matyhtf) Fixed PDOStatement::bindParam() expects parameter 1 to be string (swoole/library#116) (@sy-records) zip 1.20.0 - Fix #81490 ZipArchive::extractTo() may leak memory. (cmb, Remi) - Fix #77978 Dirname ending in colon unzips to wrong dir. (cmb) - add ZipArchive::clearError() method (Remi) - add ZipArchive::getStreamName() and ZipArchive::getStreamIndex methods (Remi)
No matter whether you're already a skilled professional or you're only starting out in your freelancing career, you're probably familiar with the many benefits of working as a freelancer. Aside from allowing you to work at your own pace, many home-based freelance careers can also replace minimum wage jobs by a long mile. According to...
A great website mockup design can help to present your web design in a beautiful, unique way. This collection of website mockup PSDs is perfect for doing just that, and we’ll also share our favorite website mockup tools, and tips for creating your website mockup! Proper presentation is the key to delighting your clients. Whether […]
Hyperlambda is probably orders of magnitudes slower than most other programming languages in the world such as C#, Java, PHP, and Python - Still, when you're done with your project, I can pretty much guarantee you that your project will be blistering fast - Probably orders of magnitudes faster than anything you could possibly build in any other programming language - In addition to that it would scale hundreds of times better than a solution created with e.g. C#, Java, PHP, or Python. How on earth is this even possible? Well, let's try to understand it with an analogy originally created for children ... To understand how Hyperlambda can be both the slowest and the fastest programming language in the world, you must realise that it's almost impossible to build a perfect app using "low level" programming languages, such as C# or Java. In addition, some of your favourite C#/Java/PHP/Python/etc "abstractions" are so sub-optimal in low level programming languages, that it's almost impossible to believe in before you've been carefully explained their disadvantages. So let's start with the goto O/RM tool of choice for .Net developers; Entity Framework.
You may have heard quite a bit of talk about a CSS feature called “Grid” this year. If you are someone who cringes when you hear the words “CSS” and “grid” in the same sentence, then I highly suggest you check out this new CSS module called CSS Grid. Browsers render HTML elements as boxes according to the CSS box model, and CSS Grid is a new layout model that provides authors the ability to control the size and position of these boxes and their contents.
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Accessibility has always been a slightly unsettling realm for web developers. Surrounded with myths, misunderstandings and contradicting best practices, it used to be a domain for a small group of experts who would "add" accessibility on top of the finished product. Today we're privileged to announce our brand new book on inclusive design patterns, written by Heydon Pickering, with dozens of practical examples of accessible interface components and inclusive design workflow, applicable to your work right away. With this book, you'll know exactly how to keep interfaces accessible from the very start, and how to design and build inclusive websites without hassle and unnecessary code. The post Accessibility Matters: Meet Our New Book, "Inclusive Design Patterns" (Pre-Release) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The first thing that springs to mind when it comes to data visualization is, of course, infographics. This sort of visual representation that, as a rule, includes charts, graphs, illustrations and other graphical stuff handles various issues on a professional level. However boring and dull statistics can be, when it is translated into an infographic...
In the world of web design, it’s crucial that you become someone that others will remember by more than just your achievements – you need a name that will remind the world about who you are and what it is that you do best. Personal branding is one of the toughest undertaking for a web […] The post 40 Personal Branding Projects for Web & Graphic Designers appeared first on Line25.
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