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These days, more and more companies are making a leap toward DevOps. Tech leaders like Amazon, Adobe, Netflix, and Meta leverage DevOps to guarantee high-quality... The post Building A DevOps Team: Roles And Responsibilities appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
JFrog announced new capabilities for its DevOps Platform that enhance binary lifecycle management at scale. One new capability is Federated Repositories which helps with managing binaries by abstracting the infrastructure layer to create a datacenter transparent repository between different remote locations or instances of the JFrog Platform. Other new capabilities include signed pipelines for developers … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: JFrog updates DevOps platform, Red Hat JBoss EAP now available on Microsoft Azure, and Liquibase expands Database DevOps appeared first on SD Times.
In this article, we will be creating a React Higher Order Component (HOC) to read any event in terms of event type passed or added inside the window. Let's suppose we have an event added in the window as:
Your resume design says a lot about you. It communicates things to a potential employer simply from the design alone. As a designer, this can be especially true, because your resume design can show your style, understanding of design elements and theory, and even if you may be a fit with a company visually. That's […]
Today we’re bringing you a collection of some of the best Adobe XD UI kits and templates. With these templates, you can create more professional-looking designs using Adobe's stellar UX design tool. Adobe XD took everyone by surprise when it was released with a free plan. It wowed many user experience and user interface designers […]
Every website I've ever worked on is probably going to break at some point. The post Every Website Will Break (Eventually) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Laravel Scout Array Driver is a package by @Sti3bas that provides conveniences around testing Laravel Scout search. The post Laravel Scout Array Driver for Testing appeared first on Laravel News. Join the Laravel Newsletter to get...
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Paul Jones has a new post to his site showing how, on an ORM library he's been working on, he enhanced it to make PHPStorm autocompletion work better. I'm proud to announce the release of Atlas.Orm 3.0.0-beta1, along with releases of the supporting Mapper, Table, Pdo packages. (Atlas is a data-mapper for your persistence model, not your domain model, in PHP.) The goal for this release round was "better IDE return typehinting support" and I am happy to say that it has been a great success, though it did take some substantial renaming of classes. He starts by talking about some of his thoughts and usage of IDEs and, while he's not a heavy user, he understands the value of auto-completion. He covers some of the common issues IDEs run into with auto-completion and places it can get confused (ex: child classes versus parents). He discovered the .phpstorm.meta.php configuration file(s) and some of the changes he made to help resolve some of the issues using it. There was one other issue, illustrated by incorrectly determined return values, and how he resolved it. The post finishes with some of his thoughts about solutions versus tradeoffs, noting that while correct auto-completion is a nice goal, it may not be the best area to focus on.
2018 was an exciting year for the field of technology. Building on the successes and failures of 2017, companies threw their weight behind digital security and encryption. The advent of the smartphone and other mobile devices have revolutionized not just how we interact with technology but how we interact with the world around us. Many predictions were made about how information technology would transform in 2018. But as you might expect, such predictions should always be taken with a pinch of salt. There are always surprises around the corner, especially in the field of technology, and there are also times … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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