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Latest PECL Releases:geospatial 0.2.1- Fixed issue #22: Compile failure with PHP 5.6 on Windows using VC11 Fixed issue #26: Initial Bearing Calculation Error Fix possible integer overflow in memory allocation with negative precision in geohash_encode (Emir Beganovic) datadog_trace 0.9.0### Added - PHP code compatibility with PHP 5.4 #194 - Move framework tests to tests root folder #198 - Move integrations tests to tests root folder #200 - Allow testing of multiple library versions #203 - Downgrade of phpunit to 4.* in order to prepare for php 5.4 #208 - Configurable autofinishing of unfinished spans on tracer flush #217 Fixed Predis integration supporting constructor options as an object #187 - thanks @raffaellopaletta Properly set http status code tag in Laravel 4 integration #195 Agent calls traced when using Symfony 3 integration #197 Fix for trace and span ID's that were improperly serialized on the wire in distributed tracing contexts #204 Fix noop tracer issues with Laravel integration #220 swoole 4.2.12+ Implement RFC-1014, add `task_enable_coroutine`, remove `task_async` (13ab0f8) + Support `gethostbyname` timeout, add async task thread pool (#2256) + `CoPostgreSQL` supports process-oriented prepare (#2223) (#2258) + `CoRedis` client adds getOptions method (#2279) * Fixed non-coroutine after server reload (#2262) (3ac2337) * Fixed wrong data in `Table` (#2263) (872e99d) * Fixed `CoHttpClient:addFile` error when optional parameter is null (#2270) * Fixed optional parameter problem for `Co::getaddrinfo` (#2273) * Fixed timers in user processes (#2274) * Fixed the availability of gdb debugging tools in C++ (90d148b) (b12f62f) datadog_trace 0.8.1- amqp 1.9.4* Improved build environment (Olivier Dolbeau) * Various bug fixes and improvements (Bogdan Padalko, yjqg6666) * Support for PHP 7.3 (Remi Collet) For a complete list of changes see: https://github.com/pdezwart/php-amqp/compare/v1.9.3...v1.9.4 uopz 5.1.0- Fix #89 uopz_flags bugs on 64bit windows - Fix #87 segfault when hook throws fatal error - Fix #86 interface support for uopz_set_return - Fix #85 cuf/cufa bugs - Fix #76 uopz_extend changing linkage - Fix #73 cuf/cufa bugs - Fix #68 hang when using anon class as mock - Fix #64 segfault after uopz_set_static - Fix #63 class constant redefinition depends on opcache - Fix #61 mocking not working with xdebug - Fix #51 hooks and returns bug - Fix #42 uopz_set_mock not working in some cases - Fix PHP 7.3 compatibility
Does that make your eye twitch a little bit? Like… it’s a typo. It should be target="_blank" with an underscore to start the value. As in… <a target="_blank" href="https://codepen.io"Open CodePen in a New Tab </a Welp, that’s correct syntax!… The post target=”blank” appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Affinity Publisher is a powerful design app available for Mac and Windows. It's a standalone tool that is made for creating printed projects, such as magazines, brochures, posters, and other collateral pieces. Use it to combine images and other graphic elements to create outstanding layouts for publishing. Whether you are new to Affinity Publisher or […]
Designing an online store presents a different type of challenge, particularly if you are fond of thinking outside of the box while creating new and exciting user experiences. In the... The post Designing an Online Store? 7 Useful WordPress Themes to Consider appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
7 steps to defining and reaching the optimal audience for your digital marketing campaigns. Keep your costs down and maximise conversions by nailing your niche. The post How to Define a Target Audience for Your Digital Marketing Campaign first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
Web design trends can pivot on a dime, but some design concepts have proven their efficacy and timelessness. Two of these concepts, personalization and intuitiveness, are integral parts of modern... The post How Empathy & Personalized Interfaces Can Help You Build Better UX appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Altova today announced the release of Version 2022 of its MissionKit desktop developer tools and server software. Included in this is support for the new Open Information Model (OIM) XBRL standard in multiple products and other XBRL related enhancements. The details of Altova's XBRL-enabled software include XMLSpy offers complete XBRL and XBRL taxonomy development tools … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Altova releases version 2022 of MissionKit; CodeSee Maps now available; Kotlin support for protocol buffers; CyberRes announces Voltage SecureData services appeared first on SD Times.
Last year, the web development community was obsessed with vertical lines and vertical rhythm. This year, we see some interesting solutions that have originated from that tendency. The use of... The post How Ultra-Thin Lines in Web Design Can Create an Impact appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Building a stellar application that users will love consists of many different decisions, from UI design and color palettes to functionality and feature sets. Writing code that works is a creative process, but it's only one part of the entire development process. Your app also needs to be secure--not just for the sake of your users, but also for the integrity of your business. Typical security measures when designing your software architecture include: Safe and well-tested authentication and authorization schemes The ability to control network traffic through firewalls and port monitoring Service and resource isolation, so that one server cannot access another Securing connections between services via SSL/HTTPS Together, these practices form a philosophy known as Zero Trust. A Zero Trust architecture is hyper-focused on locking down your application from any and all access. Services are inaccessible to one another by default. Then, over time, and based on need, services are granted access to communicate with one another. In short, services accept outside connections only when it's necessary. Since the network of your application infrastructure is "closed" by default, this mitigates malicious access and unexpected events.
As graphic designers, we have to communicate the brand’s message across to its consumers. There are many ways to do this – banners, postcards, stationery design, logos, mascots, brochures, and information packs are a few nameable mediums. To create an effective design, you have to understand the nuances of the sales message and use this […] The post How Visual Design Affects Sales and Marketing appeared first on Line25.
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