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Adobe Photoshop Actions are a great feature of the app, allowing you to create a process or workflow, record how it worked, and then easily repeat the process again for other photographs or design elements. Today we’ve collected some of the best Photoshop actions out there, for photographers and graphic designers alike. They cost just […]
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Some things are so foreseeable that I am having problems to understand why anyone would expect things to turn out the unexpected way. Just a few days ago I met a developer I hadn’t seen in a while. And that was one of these moments that left me puzzled. As we hadn’t spoken for quite a while, I asked him what he had been up to recently. With a fair amount of pride, he told me that he had been learning native app development in recent months. Now he had reached a stage of professionalism that allowed him to release his first app into the app stores of the globe. He accepted my congratulations but then went on far less proud than before. His app would not live up to his expectations, he told me. Downloads would be homeopathic, sales even worse. Practically no-one would decide to make the in-app purchases he had figured out would make him a wealthy man. At this point, I asked him what kind of app it was that he had created. Immediately his pride was back, and he told me enthusiastically that his app was a todo approach and that it was easily comparable […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesCartoon: Now, Could We Make the Logo Bigger?Cartoon: Nothing too SophisticatedMore Than 10 Million Users, But Why? Mobile Todo-List Any.do Adds Web…Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Butchers… Cartoon: BUY NOWCartoon: If Web Designers Were Florists … 
Latest PECL Releases:memcached 3.1.3PHP 7.0 - 7.1 - 7.2 - 7.3 release of memcached extension. Note that support for libmemcached 0.x series has been discontinued and the oldest actively tested version is 1.0.8. It is highly recommended to use version 1.0.18 of libmemcached. Fixes Fix --disable-memcached-session by ifdef-ing session INI handler callbacks (#396, #420) smbclient 1.0.0- stream optimization: reuse previous connections (Remi) memcached 3.1.2PHP 7.0 - 7.1 - 7.2 - 7.3 release of memcached extension. Note that support for libmemcached 0.x series has been discontinued and the oldest actively tested version is 1.0.8. It is highly recommended to use version 1.0.18 of libmemcached. Fixes Fix --enable-memcached-protocol was set to yes by default, reverted to no (#418) memcached 3.1.1PHP 7.0 - 7.1 - 7.2 - 7.3 release of memcached extension. Note that support for libmemcached 0.x series has been discontinued and the oldest actively tested version is 1.0.8. It is highly recommended to use version 1.0.18 of libmemcached. Fixes Fix --disable-memcached-sasl and --disable-memcached-session replaced by --enable variants (#416) memcached 3.1.0PHP 7.0 - 7.1 - 7.2 - 7.3 release of memcached extension. Note that support for libmemcached 0.x series has been discontinued and the oldest actively tested version is 1.0.8. It is highly recommended to use version 1.0.18 of libmemcached. New Support for PHP 7.3 (#385, #390) Add INI setting to choose session consistent hash (ketama or ketama_weighted) (#344, #392) Add support for libmemcached encryption (#345, #381) Add error reporting to session code (#165) Expose build configuration via PECL (#383) Fixes Fix hanging getStats() when binary protocol and non-blocking are both enabled (#348) Fix session persistence by checking memcached behavior values before setting (#379) Fix memcached.sess_persistent not working with memcached.sess_binary_protocol = On (#375) Configure warns if libmemcached needs sasl.h (#341, #380) Resolve various INI deviations in 3.0.3 (#351) Turn off sess_binary_protocol by default with older libmemcached (#330) Changes Impove Windows builds (#411) Support Homebrew ZLIB path (#410) Remove forgotten unused comment about -lpthread (#406) Git ignore configure.ac (#405) Replace obsolete macros AC_TRY_FOO with AC_FOO_IFELSE (#403) Remove unused defines (#354) Change session_lock and sess_prefix default ini values (#340, #350) Use new fast_zpp parameter parsing API (#302, #311) lua 2.0.6- Fixed Hash Recursive Detecting in PHP-7.3 yar 2.0.5- Fixed PHP-7.3 Compatibility - Fixed crash in php_yar_curl_send swoole 4.2.10+ Refactor Coroutine Http Client, developers no longer need to care if the connection is broken unless the network is abnormal (auto reconnect) + The coroutine switch adds some operations, because PDO changes the global error handler at IO request time + Support for creating coroutines using internal C functions + Allow closed sockets across coroutines + Improve server-side SSL certificate verification + Enhanced coroutine iterators and stack traces * swoole_event_wait is always in the first place in the shutdown function list (#2144) * Unset properties of built-in objects are not allowed, otherwise coredump may be raised * For most built-in classes, clone and serialization are not allowed. * Enhanced coroutine redis, now it can use setOption to adjust the configuration after connecting and auto-reconnect like phpredis * Fixed task wait memory leak * Fixed epoll error core dump when waiting for writable event on coroutine socket * Unified coroutine socket timeout (see: https://wiki.swoole.com/wiki/page/p-socket_timeout.html) * More friendly warning info * Fixed the enable coroutine bug in the task process * Fixed defer function not executed when meeting exception * Fixed a bug about the global buffer was not copied when the write yield * Fixed Http proxy (#2195) (#2205) * Fixed Channel push timeout bug (#2226) * Fixed Http Client websocket mask (#2206) * Fixed atomic wait in MacOS (#2198) * Fixed MySQL client recv huge data more than the max length of a single package (#2208) (57fc849) (76179fa) * Fixed swoole_get_local_mac not supported on macOS (#2199) * Fixed php_http_parser bug when meeting the wrong header name (5e91557) * The default sock property value is -1 (0 is STDIN) - Remove the short name of CoServer, This name is reserved for future coroutine services - All asynchronous classes are marked as deprecated - Remove Timer maximum time limit - It is not allowed to fork a process in a coroutine lzf 1.6.7- increase compression buffer up to 104% to avoid failure when output is larger than input - don't try to compress very large input (>4GB) msgpack 2.0.3- Fixed PHP-7.3 Compatibility
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On St. Nicholas’ day 2016, the newest version 4.7 of the popular WordPress CMS was released. As I run all my projects via WordPress, I first installed the update on the project where a crash [...]
An annual survey of more than 80,000 developers published this week by Stack Overflow suggests there's a lot of willingness among developers to adopt new tools and platforms. For example, React.js (41%) has surpassed jQuery (34%) as the most widely used web framework, but Svelte has emerged as the most loved. Both React.js and Svelte […] The post Stack Overflow Survey Surfaces Shifts in Developer Preferences appeared first on Developer.com.
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