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We’re hitting the mid-mark of this year and if your profit margins aren’t what you had hoped and predicted, it could be time to make
On the "Oh Dear!" service's blog there's a recent post covering the use of queues in a Laravel application and how to size and scale them to most effectively use the resources you have. Laravel offers a convenient way to create asynchronous background tasks using its queues. We utilize those heavily at Oh Dear! for all our monitoring jobs and in this post we'll share some of our lessons learned and what we consider to be best practices. The post starts out with an introduction to queues and their handling in Laravel applications, pushing jobs into workers to be executed. While a simple single-worker queue can handle a decent amount of work, problems can arise as the work grows larger. He mentions splitting up the work as a potential solution and defines the differences between "fast" and "slow" jobs to act as a dividing line for the queues. He also makes the suggestion of single-purpose queues based on types and, finally, mixing in the idea of a better user experience through immediate feedback.
Developing an app takes a lot of time and work. But, what if there's a way to build an Android app without writing a single line of code or investing thousands of dollars in app development? That's exactly what Android app templates allow you to do. Using an Android app template, you can build a […]
This week's Designer News (No 494) includes a Startup Idea Checklist, Optimizing Google Fonts Performance, a Complete Guide to Iconography, Control Your .GIFs with Freezeframe.js, Quickly Add a Dark Mode to Your Site, Beautify Your Screen Shots, The Power of Serverless for Front-end Developers and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 494 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
After 10 months of being released as WordPress’s new default editor, Gutenberg is still shrugged off by a sizable amount of people from the web development community, who frequently cite as reasons to disregard it its lack of accessibility support (even though major accessibility improvements have taken place), how slow it is (even though it is running much faster now), and several other grievances. This pessimistic reaction to Gutenberg is most evident in online articles demonstrating Gutenberg’s capabilities which, instead of eliciting a positive reaction from the readers, they mostly attract contempt (as reflected in a stream of negative comments).
Welcome back, friends! So did you watched the F.R.I.E.N.D.S Reunion? I heard (because I haven't watched the series yet ?) that it made everyone nostalgic. Not only the series but every Radixians are eagerly waiting to get "REUNITED." View this post on Instagram A post shared by Radixweb (@radixweb) Anyways this Happy Hours at Radixweb … Continue reading Happy Hours at Radixweb - Edition 2 →
After years of coming to the office, this year, employees around the world were asked to work from home. Staffers and managers had to figure... The post How To Boost Productivity In Remote Business? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Latest PECL Releases:zip 1.15.3- Add OPSYS_CPM constant as documented Fix build with PHP 7.3 redis 4.1.0RC1phpredis 4.1.0RC1 The primary new feature of this release is session locking functionality. Thanks to @SkydiveMarius! Add callbacks validate_sid and update_timestamp to session handler [aaaf0f23] (@hongboliu) Call cluster_disconnect before destroying cluster object. [28ec4322] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Bulk strings can be zero length. (Michael Grunder) Handle async parameter for flushDb and flushAll [beb6e8f3,acd10409,742cdd05] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Split INSTALL and add more instructions [43613d9e,80d2a917] (@remicollet, Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Only the first arg of connect and pconnect is required [063b5c1a] (@mathroc) Add session locking functionality [300c7251] (@SkydiveMarius, Michael Grunder, Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Refactor geo* commands + documentation improvements (Michael Grunder) couchbase 2.4.7* PCBC-534: Add profile N1QL query parameter. * PCBC-538: do not dereference NULL values after encoding. * PCBC-549, PCBC-541: Update crypto interfaces. protobuf 3.6.0GA release. mongodb 1.4.4** Bug * [PHPC-1163] - Do not allow a session to be used with an unacknowledged write concern ** Task * [PHPC-1168] - Advise macOS users to install using PECL * [PHPC-1197] - Check for unistd.h when compiling bundled zLib
Eventually, we expose the services offered by the PHP-powered APIs we build to users. Unlike a decade ago when we could count potential client applications on one hand, today the potential client can be anything. But for most people-facing applications, it still means HTML output with images and CSS...
Free watercolor Photoshop brush sets for creating watercolor-styled designs. Delicate flowers, strokes, retro splashes, and many more watercolor brushes. The post 25 Free Watercolor Brush Sets for Adobe Photoshop appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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