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Latest PECL Releases:ast 1.0.12 - Support parsing 'docComment' on php 8.1 enums swoole 4.4.26 Fixed --- * Fixed special case OnClose event missing while listening for writable events swoole 4.6.7 Enhancement --- * Supported call Process::signal() in Manager process and Task synchronous process (#4190) (@matyhtf) Fixed Fixed signal cannot be registered repeatedly (#4170) (@matyhtf) Fixed build on OpenBSD/NetBSD (#4188) (#4194) (@devnexen) Fixed special case OnClose event missing while listening for writable events (#4204) (@matyhtf) Fixed native curl with Symfony HttpClient (#4208) (@matyhtf) Fixed HttpResponse::end() always return true (swoole/swoole-src@66fcc35) (@matyhtf) Fixed PDOException generated by PDOStatementProxy (swoole/library#104) (@twose) Kernel Refactored worker buffer, add msg id for the event data (#4163) (@matyhtf) Changed the log level of "Request Entity Too Large" to warning (#4175) (@sy-records) Deleted inet_ntoa and inet_aton calls (#4199) (@remicollet) Adjusted output_buffer_size value to UINT_MAX (swoole/swoole-src@46ab345) (@matyhtf) couchbase 3.1.2 PCBC-761: fix return interface for expiryTime methods. PCBC-760: expose error messages in query exceptions. PCBC-759: take into account 'decoder.json_arrays' INI setting when decoding Query rows. PCBC-758: raise exception if invalid CAS passed to unlock. PCBC-729: update URLs for Collections management API. protobuf 3.17.0 No new changes in 3.17.0 gRPC 1.37.1 - gRPC Core 1.37.1 update protobuf 3.16.0RC2 No new changes in 3.15.7 datadog_trace 0.59.0 ### Added - [ZAI SAPI] Zaitrigger_error() SAPI function #1212 - Autocomplete Makefile target names in buster dev images #1224 Changed Use new buster containers in CI #1210 remove _tmp suffix from development buster images #1217 Tidy the components/ #1216 Tidy up the docker-compose file a bit #1223 Fixed Disable PCNTL in forked processes #1196 Updated contributing and fixed typo on Makefile::test_all #1218 Fix ingestion control reporting #1222 Skip tests that have development environment dependencies #1215 (thanks for the report @remicollet) Always resolve curl class entry symbols at runtime (PHP 8) #1209 (thanks for the report @metaxy) protobuf 3.16.0 * read_property() handler is not supposed to return NULL (#8362) * Changed parameter type from long to integer (#7613) * fix: README supported PHP version for C extension (#8236) xhprof 2.3.2 - PHP8 JIT support #51 - Allow to override xhprof.output_dir via env XHPROF_OUTPUT_DIR - Set SVG render as default for callgraph.php protobuf 3.17.0RC1 No new changes in 3.17.0 mysqlnd_ngen 8.0.25 Release mysql_xdevapi 8.0.25 Release protobuf 3.17.0RC2 No new changes in 3.17.0 gRPC 1.38.0RC1 - gRPC Core 1.38.0 update
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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Derick Rethans: PHP Internals News: Episode 34: Deprecate Backtick Operator Jason McCreary: Crafting maintainable Laravel applications Continuous Learning: Welcome to FCF Continuous Learning PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.4.0RC5 released! NETTUTS: How to Create an Appointment Booking Calendar With a WordPress Plugin Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Ashley Hutson symfony Project Blog: New in Symfony 4.4: PHPUnit Polyfills PHP – Code Wall: 20 Epic Laravel Packages For 2019/2020 Michael Kimsal's weblog: Laravel prevent duplicate emails Webslesson: Troubleshooting PHP Web Application Performance Issues Tomáš Votruba Blog: All You Always Wanted to Know About Monorepo But Were Affraid To Ask symfony Project Blog: New in Symfony 4.4: Notification Emails JoliCode blog - les derniers articles: You may have memory leaking from PHP 7 and Symfony tests Delicious Brains: The State of HTML Email inA,A WordPress php|architect: Interviews from php[world]: Cal Evans, Taylor Otwell, Samantha QuiA?A?ones, and Gary Hockin
There's a reason why so many people have turned to WordPress over the years. It's flexible, relatively easy to use and boasts an amazing community of contributors. That means you... The post Ways to Set Yourself Up for a WordPress Disaster appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
This week's Designer News (N.398) includes a UX Brutalism Framework, a CSS Grid Highlighter for Chrome, the Side Project Marketing Checklist, Morphing Page Transitions, 100 Questions Designers Always Ask, the Sad State of Payment Buttons, 104 Free & Radical Science Icons and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 398 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Good friend Kent C. Dodds has recently dropped his new website which had a lot of work go into it. I was fortunate enough that Kent reached out a while back and asked if I could come up with some … The post Parallax Powered by CSS Custom Properties appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Designers have heard for years that faster is better. Almost every post on web speed reminds readers that 47% of users expect web pages to load in two seconds or... The post When Slower is Better for UX appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
A blockchain is a peer-to-peer network of computers. Blockchain technology offers easy, secured, and faster options for international payments. It is used in various industries such as retail, insurance, automotive, health care, and advertising. The e-commerce industry is flowing, but payments remain a crucial factor to improve user experience. There are 24 million e-commerce sites worldwide. The total online sales from e-commerce reached $3.9 trillion at the end of 2020. However, what's interesting to note is that around 155 million e-commerce transactions end in a dispute.
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The click event is quite simple and easy to use; you listen for the event and run code when the event is fired. It works on just about every HTML element there is, a core feature of the DOM API.… The post When a Click is Not Just a Click appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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