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The source code used in the article can be found in our GitHub repository. One of the requirements for a good API is the ability to validate input relying on different business rules. As developers, we always care about validation when getting any data from clients.
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A while ago I blogged about making failing tests more readable by using PHPUnit assertions in Laravel fake callbacks. In this video, Jason McCreary explains a limition of that approach.
Latest PECL Releases:swoole 4.7.0 New APIs Added ProcessPool::detach() (#4221) (@matyhtf) Added onDisconnect callback for SwooleServer (#4230) (@matyhtf) Added Coroutine::cancel() (#4247) (#4249) (@matyhtf) Added http_compression/body_decompression options for Http Client (#4299) (@matyhtf) Enhancement Supported mysql client prepare field type identification (#4238) (@Yurunsoft) Supported c-ares, Refactor DNS (#4275) (@matyhtf) Supported setting different idle time for each port (#4290) (@matyhtf) Supported SW_DISPATCH_CO_CONN_LB and SW_DISPATCH_CO_REQ_LB for SwooleServer dispatch_mode (#4318) (@matyhtf) Supported timeout for SwooleConnectionPool::get (swoole/library#108) (@leocavalcante) Supported CURLOPT_PRIVATE for Hook Curl (swoole/library#112) (@sy-records) Optimized PDOStatementProxy::setFetchMode function prototype (swoole/library#109) (@yespire) Fixed Fixed uncaught thread creation exception when creating a large number of coroutines (swoole/swoole-src@8ce5041) (@matyhtf) Fixed the "make install" missing php_swoole.h header file (#4239) (@sy-records) Fixed EVENT_HANDSHAKE BC (#4248) (@sy-records) Fixed SW_LOCK_CHECK_RETURN (#4302) (@zmyWL) Fixed problems with SwooleAtomicLong M1 chip (swoole/swoole-src@e6fae2e) (@matyhtf) Fixed missing return value of Coroutinego (swoole/library@1ed49db) (@matyhtf) Fixed StringObject consistency between other methods and its immutability (swoole/library#111) (@leocavalcante) Fixed StringObject substr error (swoole/library#113) (@sy-records) Kernel Did not hook disabled functions (#4283) (@twose) Test Added Cygwin build (#4222) (@sy-records) Added alpine 3.13 and 3.14 into building test (#4309) (@limingxinleo) xlswriter 1.4.0 - Fix disable reader build failed. - Fix insertDate use curtom format segmentation fault. - Feat custom free resource. - Feat writer validation. - Feat writer data validation can be applied to a single cell or a range of cells. - Feat reader add file path in open file exception message. - Feat exit worksheet. - Feat set paper. - Feat set margins. - Build read module is enabled by default. - Perfect exception message. - Compatible PHP 8.1 API. - Destructive rename method setPrintedLandscape to setLandscape - Destructive rename method setPrintedPortrait to setPortrait runkit7 4.0.0a3 - Fix edge case copying internal functions in runkit7_function_redefine - Avoid conflicts with other extensions that use reserved memory slots for internal function definitions. - Fix compilation and test errors in php 8.1 - Allow using objects in global constants and class constants in php 8.1+ (https://wiki.php.net/rfc/new_in_initializers) - Make runkit_constant_redefine fail if the constant does not already exist - Make runkit_constant_remove/redefine fail on enum cases (support for modifying enum cases is not implemented) mongodb 1.10.0 ** Bug * [PHPC-1420] - Using replicaSet triggers __fortify_fail() from /lib64/libc.so.6 * [PHPC-1529] - Reset libmongocrypt's key vault client after forking * [PHPC-1720] - Move mongoc_client_set_error_api after check for null client pointer * [PHPC-1721] - Fix argument order for some ecalloc function calls * [PHPC-1722] - Persistent clients and their HashTable should be destroyed in GSHUTDOWN * [PHPC-1870] - Fix zSeries build failure due to redefinition of WORDS_BIGENDIAN * [PHPC-1879] - Session::getTransactionOptions() leaks mongoc_transaction_opt_t ** Epic * [PHPC-1666] - Allow per-client event subscribers * [PHPC-1731] - Versioned MongoDB API for Drivers * [PHPC-1756] - Remove all oppressive and unnecessarily gendered language from driver projects ** New Feature * [PHPC-1645] - Allow disabling of libmongoc client persistence * [PHPC-1684] - Support Azure and GCP keystores in FLE * [PHPC-1716] - Allow configuring ServerApi in Manager class * [PHPC-1804] - Implement Manager::addSubscriber and removeSubscriber ** Task * [PHPC-1513] - Remove php_phongo_cursor_to_zval * [PHPC-1685] - Drop support for PHP 7.0 * [PHPC-1782] - Support Removal of Several Platform Builds * [PHPC-1792] - Update copyright years in file headers * [PHPC-1835] - Rotate credentials and environment vars for Atlas connectivity tests * [PHPC-1841] - Remove oppressive language from the documentation * [PHPC-1842] - Remove oppressive language from the source code * [PHPC-1848] - Test against 5.0 servers * [PHPC-1864] - Cut 5.0 Compat. GA Release * [PHPC-1866] - Specify 5.0 cursor behaviour * [PHPC-1872] - Fix server-executeQuery-008.phpt for RS config with arbiter * [PHPC-1877] - MongoDB 5.0.0-rc2 cannot be downloaded on rhel71-power8 ** Improvement * [PHPC-1366] - Declare libbson vtable in MINIT instead of using a global * [PHPC-1367] - Move libmongoc init/cleanup within scope of custom libbson vtable * [PHPC-1474] - Expose transaction information in debug info for session * [PHPC-1490] - Add support for var_export() and __set_state() in CursorId.c * [PHPC-1681] - Support parsing $uuid as extended JSON representation for subtype 4 binary * [PHPC-1737] - Use zend_hash_graceful_reverse_destroy to free persistent client HashTable * [PHPC-1753] - Define error handling behavior of writeErrors and writeConcernError on Mongos * [PHPC-1754] - Drivers should not inspect error messages for "not master" or "node is recovering" * [PHPC-1762] - Expose the Reason an Operation Fails Document Validation * [PHPC-1765] - Mitigate pain of using field names with dots and dollars * [PHPC-1791] - Specify correct return type in __set_state protos * [PHPC-1798] - Update serverSelectionTimeoutMS of MongoClient to mongocryptd * [PHPC-1803] - Use "hello" command when API Version is declared * [PHPC-1813] - Unpin session after aborting a transaction * [PHPC-1821] - Driver Handling of DBRefs * [PHPC-1836] - Remove slaveOK connection string option from URI parsing * [PHPC-1840] - Use "hello" command for monitoring if supported * [PHPC-1855] - Bump maxWireVersion for MongoDB 5.0 datadog_trace 0.61.0 ### Added - Add DDTraceget_current_context #1227 - Create property ZAI seam for PHP 8 #1246 - Create exceptions ZAI seam for PHP 8 #1248 - Run mongodb-driver testsuite in CI with and without the tracer #1255 ### Changed - Move mapping-settings to be deserialized as a zend_array * #1253 ### Fixed - Remove TSRMLS_C from DDTracecurrent_context #1249
This is the second article in my series on REST using Apache Wink. My previous article covered using JAX-RS (REST web services) using Apache Wink. This programming tutorial uses the same service that we built in part one to return complex types. These types include XML using JAXB and JSON using Jackson as the stream […] The post REST Web Services with JAX-RS, JSON, and JAXB: Part Two appeared first on Developer.com.
We have great new technology available to enhance our websites. But while theoretical articles explain well what the technologies do, we often struggle to find real use cases or details on how things worked out in actual projects. This week I stumbled across a couple of great posts that share exactly these precious real-life insights: stories about HTTP/2 implementation, experiences from using the Cascade of CSS in large-scale projects, and insights into employing Service Worker and BackgroundSync to build solid forms.The post Web Development Reading List #160: Real Stories About HTTP/2, Cascading Style Sheets, And Code Of Shame appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
We share the key principles that allow community builders to rise above others in terms of platform building, and how you can learn from the examples they set. The post How to Grow Your Audience as a Designer appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We are witnessing a boom of personal portfolios these days. People are no longer afraid of showing themselves to the online crowd. People want to be heard not only... The post How To Make Your Personal Portfolio Stand Out – 7 Must-Haves appeared first on Onextrapixel.
On the Laravel News blog they've posted a tutorial with some helpful tips for improving your routing in your Laravel-based application. The Laravel router has a great, well-polished API when you first dive into Laravel as a beginner or newcomer to the framework. What follows is not anything hidden or new, but a few tips that should help you when you're learning Laravel 5. The documentation is excellent, and the tips that follow supplement and piece together a few parts that will help you get a quick jumpstart on learning how to use routing in your Laravel applications. The tips include: Custom Namespaces Route Macros Debugging Routes Named Group Routes Each of the tips include the code needed to implement them and a brief summary of why they're useful.
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