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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:HHVM Blog: HHVM 3.24 (End of PHP 5 Support) Laravel News: Laracon US 2018 Announces Speaker Robert C Martin Laravel News: Install Microsoft SQL Drivers for PHP 7 in Docker Brandon Savage: Don't write useless unit tests Martin Hujer: Have you tried Composer Scripts? You may not need Phing. PHP Town Hall Podcast: Episode 56: GraphQL is better than REST Matthias Noback: Simple CQRS - reduce coupling, allow the model(s) to evolve Exakat Blog: PHP assertions and their usage Oscar Merida: Creating ZIP files and streaming the response with Silex Stitcher.io Blog: Where a curly bracket belongs Matthias Noback: Setting the stage: Code complexity Christoph Rumpel: How I redesigned my blog and moved it from Jekyll to Laravel Sergey Zhuk: Managing ReactPHP Promises Pineco.de: Simple Eloquent Model Translations Freek Van der Herten: How to send a "trial expiring soon" mail in Laravel Spark Joe Ferguson: How to move a dependency to Composer while requiring an old version Colin O'Dell: Optimizing colinodell/json5 with Blackfire
Here I am going to explain how we can implement data table filtering using a timeline. It will be a great approach to interact with records in a table and also to have better visualization of the data. To make this happen, I will use Angular framework, D3.js, moment.js, and a bit of Bootstrap. Getting Started Start with generating an Angular application :
The majority of organisations are stuck in a “plateau” in their DevOps evolution and are struggling to advance into the higher stages of adoption. BMC Software knows a thing or two about the subject and recently sponsored Puppet’s 2021 State of DevOps report. Developer spoke with Ram Chakravarti, CTO of BMC Software, to gain some insights... Read more » The post Ram Chakravarti, CTO, BMC Software: On breaking the DevOps plateau and using automation to improve security appeared first on Developer Tech News.
You've probably heard the saying "everything old is new again." The same can be said about design and design trends. While the medium might change, many of the old styles can come back into fashion. One example of this is modern retro design. Today, we're going to take a look at what modern retro is […]
Contrary to popular belief, condensed and narrow fonts don't make your text cramped or crowded. You just have to know the appropriate time and place to use the font. Condensed fonts are widely used these days for headlines and portraying bold messages, and when deployed in the right place, they can give stunning impact! It […]
Laravel Cashier for Mollie is a first-party Cashier packageA?AEURA"created and maintained by Sander van HooftA?AEURA"which provides an expressive, fluent interface to subscriptions using MollieA?AEURA(TM)s billing services. The post Subscription billing wi...
Most modern website designers strive to deliver an honest user experience. Some, however, will do anything to boost conversion rates – even going as far as to trick users into... The post The Ethics of UI Design: Avoiding Dark Patterns appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Latest PECL Releases:swoole 4.4.8 Deprecated Move async SwooleClient to ext-async Enhancement Support HttpResponse close (#2861) (@matyhtf) Support Process::daemon() redirection of IO (#2871) (@matyhtf) Add SwooleServerTask::pack (#2872) (#2874) (@matyhtf) Support ssl_protocols option (74499276) (@matyhtf) Add document of bug reports (ba1c078f) (@twose) Fixed Fixed random bytes added to response status code (#2856) (@twose) Fixed naming conflicts with php gdbinit (2a2447ec) (@shiguangqi) Fixed build without PCRE JIT on OSX (2a4c447e) (@twose) Fixed WebsocketServer class entry of property declaration (1f197daf) (@twose) Fixed coroutine bound error checker of CoHttpClient (2619cdd8) (@twose) Fixed gdb debugger in docker (ec815288) (@twose) Fixed MySQL close error (#2869) (@twose) Fixed Cygwin with process (#2868) (#2876) (@matyhtf) Fixed tls_host_name not found (d1968c26) (@twose) Fixed SSL renegotiation (#2847) (d8b87ebb) (@matyhtf) Fixed HTTP2 client empty data (37b12d72) (775aefed) (@twose) Fixed send yield hang (#2885) (@matyhtf) (@twose) Fixed null fci_cache (#2881) (@twose) Fixed server mode on CYGWIN (#2868) (@matyhtf) Fixed select null (5e23dd96) (@twose) Fixed #2643 #2868 (#2888) (@matyhtf) mysql_xdevapi 8.0.18 WL#12732: DevAPI: Specify TLS ciphers to be used by a client or session orabug #29421446: fixes for secure connections orabug #30226250: some of Collection.Modify ops don't support JSON documents properly orabug #30093227: mysql_xdevapiCollectionFind::fields() path fails when ends in number orabug #30226232: incorrect behaviour of chained CRUD ops in webserver mode orabug #30258670: CollectionModify.arrayInsert vs bind: cannot use bindings for arrayInsert orabug #30088118: clean up XSession leavings orabug #30088150: remove messages orabug #30084547: improve zval wrapper orabug #29998874: fix tests to pass with default auth_plugin=caching_sha2_password orabug #30096952: add support for building in static mode orabug #30084593: get rid of vim "decorators" fixes for building with PHP-7.4+ xlswriter 1.3.1 - FEAT freeze panes - FEAT set font - Refactor format background datadog_trace 0.32.1 ### Added Preview CodeIgniter v2 integration #588 Preview WordPress v4 integration #570 Please report any issues you encounter with these two preview integrations. Fixed ZF1 integration response after loading #609 Prevent mysqli_connect() span from closing twice #610 Support mysqli usage when using real_connect approach #607 redis 5.1.0RC1 This release contains important bugfixes and improvements. phpredis 5.1.0RC1 Fix regression for multihost_distribute_call added in 112c77e3 [fbe0f804] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix regression for conntecting to unix sockets with relative path added in 1f41da64 [17b139d8, 7ef17ce1] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix unix-socket detection logic broken in 418428fa [a080b73f] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix memory leak and bug with getLastError for redis_mbulk_reply_assoc and redis_mbulk_reply_zipped. [7f42d628, 3a622a07] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko), (Michael Grunder) Fix bug with password contain "#" for redis_session [2bb08680] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Add optional support for Zstd compression, using --enable-redis-ztsd. This requires libzstd version >= 1.3.0 [2abc61da] (Remi Collet) Fix overallocation in RedisCluster directed node commands [cf93649] (Michael Grunder) Also attach slaves when caching cluster slots [0d6d3fdd, b114fc26] (Michael Grunder) Use zend_register_persistent_resource_ex for connection pooling [fdada7ae, 7c6c43a6] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Refactor redis_session [91a8e734, 978c3074] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Documentation improvements (@Steveb-p, @tangix, @ljack-adista, @jdreesen, Michael Grunder)
Nacha's Afinis Interoperability Standards announced today it has released three new APIs to assist corporate customers of financial institutions with accessing and reviewing their own financial transaction data to better help them with cash management analysis and informed decision-making. Afinis is a membership-based organization that focuses on the rapid delivery of APIs and other financial services standards across the U.S. and globally. The new APIs are:
When it comes to investing in Bitcoin (BTC), the first thing people look for is a secure storage system--in this case, a good BTC wallet. ... The post Is It Safe To Use A Bitcoin Paper Wallet? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
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