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Wearing a face mask is not something you can choose to do, it's the new normal! You might as well get used to it. Thankfully, designers are now finding creative ways to make face masks look more fashionable with custom designs. If you're also working on a face mask design for a client or to […]
We all know the stats. Slower website performance is strongly linked to higher abandon rates and lower conversions. What you may not know is that the main culprit is bloated web page payloads, bringing down our otherwise performant web pages via images. That being said, images also drive conversions, social sharing, and overall visitor engagement; […] The post Image Optimization Strategies Compared (Sponsored) appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
Access All Areas members have a fun pack of pattern resources to download this week, courtesy of Irene Demetri from Youandigraphics. These Dots & Spots patterns contains 40 doodled pattern designs that repeat seamlessly to cover infinite areas, making them ideal for use as backgrounds for branding projects, packaging, fashion apparel, posters, leaflets or website […] The post Dots & Spots Seamless Patterns for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Latest PECL Releases:mongodb 1.7.3 ** Task [PHPC-1559] - Fix libmongoc compilation issue in alpine translit 0.7.0 - Fixed compilation on some PHP 7.4 builds (Elan RuusamA?A?e) - Fixed buffer overflows (Antony Dovgal) event 2.5.4 Fixed #59: PHP7 build errors with disabled SSL support Fixed build error with disabled sockets support ast 1.0.6 - Support TYPE_STATIC for the php 8.0 static return type. redis 5.2.0RC2 phpredis 5.2.0RC2 Include RedisSentinelTest.php in package.xml! [eddbfc8f] (Michael Grunder) Fix -Wmaybe-uninitialized warning [740b8c87] (Remi Collet) Fix improper destructor when zipping values and scores [371ae7ae] (Michael Grunder) Use php_rand instead of php_mt_rand for liveness challenge string [9ef2ed89] (Michael Grunder) phpredis 5.2.0RC1 This release contains initial support for Redis Sentinel as well as many smaller bug fixes and improvements. It is especially of interest if you use persistent connections, as we've added logic to make sure they are in a good state when retreving them from the pool. IMPORTANT: Sentinel support is considered experimental and the API will likely change based on user feedback. Sponsors ~ Audiomack.com - https://audiomack.com ~ Till Kruss - https://github.com/tillkruss Initial support for RedisSentinel [90cb69f3, c94e28f1, 46da22b0, 5a609fa4, 383779ed] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Houskeeping (spelling, doc changes, etc) [23f9de30, d07a8df6, 2d39b48d, 0ef488fc, 2c35e435, f52bd8a8, 2ddc5f21, 1ff7dfb7, db446138] (Tyson Andre, Pavlo Yatsukhnenko, Michael Grunder, Tyson Andre) Fix for ASK redirections [ba73fbee] (Michael Grunder) Create specific 'test skipped' exception [c3d83d44] (Michael Grunder) Fixed memory leaks in RedisCluster [a107c9fc] (Michael Grunder) Fixes for session lifetime values that underflow or overflow [7a79ad9c, 3c48a332] (Michael Grunder) Enables slot caching for Redis Cluster [23b1a9d8] (Michael Booth) Support TYPE argument for SCAN [8eb39a26, b1724b84, 53fb36c9, 544e641b] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Added challenge/response mechanism for persistent connections [a5f95925, 25cdaee6, 7b6072e0, 99ebd0cc, 3243f426] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko, Michael Grunder) datadog_trace 0.40.0 ### Added - Background sender debug info in dd-doctor #758 Changed Run neighboring extension's opcode handlers before instrumenting #754 Fixed Circuit breaker should not prevent background sender #760 scoutapm 1.1.1 - Fixed typo in config.m4 for libcurl detection scoutapm 1.1.0 - Added support for PHP 7.4 (#60) - Improved cURL detection (thanks @remicollet, #58) swoole 4.4.16 Enhancement --- + Now you can get [Supported Versions of Swoole](https://github.com/swoole/swoole-src/blob/master/SUPPORTED.md) (@twose) + More friendly error messages (0412f442) (09a48835) (@twose) + Prevent endless loops that may occur in some special systems (069a0092) (@matyhtf) + Add driver in PDOConfig (swoole/library#8) (@jcheron) Fixed Fixed http2_session.default_ctx double free (bddbb9b1) (@twose) Fixed uninitialized http_context (ce77c641) (@twose) Fixed typo in Table (may lead to memory errors) (db4eec17) (@twose) Fixed status error when kill USR2 and no set task_num (e4378278) (@GXhua) Fixed incomplete raw-content of HTTP request (#3079) (#3085) (@hantaohuang) Fixed static handler (when the file content is empty, server should respond 404) (#3084) (@Yurunsoft) Fixed http_compression_level not work (16f9274e) (@twose) Fixed null pointer error of Coroutine HTTP2 Server caused by no handle (ed680989) (@twose) Fixed option socket_dontwait not work (27589376) (@matyhtf) Fixed double zend::eval (#3099) (@GXhua) Fixed HTTP2 Server null pointer error (respond after connection is closed) (#3110) (@twose) Fixed PDOStatementProxy::setFetchMode missing arguments (swoole/library#13) (@jcheron) psr 1.0.0 - Drop max PHP version constraint
It's been a few weeks since the first beta of Android 12 was released, and the Android development team is ready with the second beta. Android 12 Beta 2 adds new privacy features and continues to refine the release. The Privacy Dashboard is a new tool that will provide users with more insight into what … continue reading The post Android 12 Beta 2 adds more privacy features appeared first on SD Times.
On TheCodingMachine.io there's a tutorial posted by David Negrier covering an interesting idea when handling "falseness" in your PHP application - throwing exceptions rather than returning false. In this case, he introduces the "safe" library to help make this easier. At TheCodingMachine, we are huge fans of PHPStan. PHPStan is an open-source static analysis tool for your PHP code. [...] PHPStan has this notion of "levels" and we strive on each of our projects to reach "level 7" (the maximum level). But PHPStan is constantly improving, and reaching level 7 becomes harder and harder as the tool becomes more strict (this is a good thing!). The post includes an example of this increasing strictness, showing how a more recent check looks at a file_get_contents call and ensures all possible return values are evaluated (it returns false when it errors). They refactor the code example to more correctly check for this, but losing some of the "expressiveness". The tutorial then spends some time talking about the history of PHP and why things return false rather than throw exceptions on error. It covers some of the basics of how the safe library works and a PHPStan extension that can help find places that need to be wrapped by "safe" to throw exceptions when false is returned.
Hooks are essential for the functional component pattern in React. One frequent logic comparison with class components was comparing a previous prop value with a current prop value via lifecycle methods. So what’s an easy pattern for duplicating previous value comparisons in functional components? The useRef and useEffect hooks allow us manage that same functionality […] The post React usePrevious Hook appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
Are you looking for a subtle black and white background texture to make your designs stand out from the crowd? In this collection, we're featuring some of the most beautiful, simple, and modern black and white background textures you can use for your design projects. A black and white texture is the ideal choice for […]
The biggest inspiration for artists is often the art they consume. What we see and hear has an undeniable impact on the things that we ourselves produce. Web designers are... The post 10 Pens That Pay Homage to Musical Legends appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Time and again, Google has proved that its name is synonymous with innovation. The release of the Android 11 developer preview emphasizes precisely that. Android 10 brought with it significant changes in Google's operating system environment. It put an end to the practice of naming operating systems behind desserts- after Android Pie, we were introduced...
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