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On the Web-Techno.net site there's a new tutorial posted that talks about the DRY principle in development (Don't Repeat Yourself) and why you might be misunderstanding the intent. I know what you are thinking: "Again a boring article on DRY? Don't we have enough already?". You might be right. However I see too many developers (junior or senior) applying DRY like they are doing some witch hunting. Totally randomly or everywhere they can. So apparently we never have enough DRY principle articles on Internet. A little reminder for those in the back who don't follow: the DRY principle means "Don't Repeat Yourself" and was first introduced in the The Pragmatic Programmer. The principle itself was known and applied before this book came to life. However the Pragmatic Programmer defined it precisely and put a name on it. He starts by defining the original intent of the principle: not repeating knowledge (not necessarily repeating code). He gives an example of a e-commerce site and the logic around "shipments". If there's logic around these shipments happening in multiple places in the application, that can lead to maintenance issues down the line. He suggests creating a single instance of the knowledge about shipment handling rather than just reducing code duplication. He gives an example of a product instance and code duplication happening in some of the data validation. After showing a possible solution for this particular issue he gets into some issues that come from over-DRYing your code including useless abstractions and premature optimization.
As websites have grown from just information portals to important business assets, the user experience of websites has grown in importance. Moreover, your website isn't just competing with other sites, but it is also trying to fend of competition from mobile apps. Apps are much faster and users find them easier to use. However, good UX design can make your website function much faster than it currently is. The principles of good user experience design have been laid out in great detail by a number of experts now. The challenge for your UX team is how you will implement those … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Modern applications seldom fail in predictable ways and, with the surge in the complexity of such applications, detecting the exact cause of errors that occur in the production environment after an application has been deployed, has become excruciatingly difficult – it is not possible to be prepared for all eventualities in advance. The reasons for […] The post Microservices Observability and Monitoring appeared first on Developer.com.
Photoshop Actions might be one of the best tools you aren't taking advantage of. Simply, a Photoshop Action is a sequence of things done to an image in the editing process that you can save and use repeatedly. Actions can be great for batch editing, saving bulk files, and almost any process that could be […]
Latest PECL Releases:ds 1.2.9 Fix segfault when iterating an implicit instance of Stack, Queue or PriorityQueue. datadog_trace 0.23.0 **NOTE: We changed the way the service name can be configured. Now you must use `DD_SERVICE_NAME` instead of `DD_TRACE_APP_NAME` for consistency with other tracers. Usage of `DD_TRACE_APP_NAME` is now deprecated and will be removed in a future release.** Added Support for Lumen 5.2+ #416 Tracing support from the CLI SAPI #422 Support for Laravel Artisan #422 Changed Now the way to configure service name is through DD_SERVICE_NAME instead of DD_TRACE_APP_NAME #432 parallel 0.9.0 - Channels: bi-directional communication between tasks and runtimes - Improvements to copying making it vastly more efficient - Improvements to runtime stack, making it more efficient - Tasks may use lexical scope - Events - an experimental, quite primitive event loop for reading/writing sets of channels and futures - Support for rethrowing exceptions uncaught in tasks - Simplified Runtime constructor - Remove Future::select (in favour of the superior events interface) - Task cancellation - Closure support - Drop support for PHP 7.1 datadog_trace 0.22.0 ### Added - Official support for PHP 7.3 #429 - Tracer limited mode where spans are not created to preserve resources #417 Fixed Error when a subclassed integration returns an object that cannot be cast as a string #423
In this article, we'll learn how to build an event-based application and send a web-push notification when a particular event is triggered. We'll set up database tables, events, and scheduled triggers on the Hasura GraphQL engine and wire up the GraphQL endpoint to the front-end application to record the stock price preference of the user.
Access All Areas members have a brilliant collection of photocopy noise textures to download this week, courtesy of Simon Birky Hartmann from The Shop. These six textures have been lovingly crafted with an old laser copier with an increasingly faulty drum and toner combo. They each have subtle variations in the dust and noise patterns […] The post Photocopy Noise Texture Pack for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
The debate between creative personal work and commercial work is one that has been going on since the design industry was born. Technically, creativity and commerciality can’t exist without each... The post Organizing Your Personal and Commercial Design Work appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
When you deal with a lot of data and statistics, numbers can be dull and boring to look at. Since there are many entries for any given project, it becomes difficult to present the findings in an appealing and understandable manner. The raw data cannot be interpreted easily. When you add Data Visualization to the […] The post 20 Amazing Data Visualization Tools for Creating Charts & Diagrams appeared first on Line25.
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