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Newsletters are an important part of every company. It's an effective way of staying in touch with customers, clients, and even investors. However, designing the perfect newsletter can be a challenging task. But now, thanks to pre-made newsletter templates, the process is much easier. There's no need to hire design agencies or spend weeks crafting […]
This is the second article in my series on REST using Apache Wink. My previous article covered using JAX-RS (REST web services) using Apache Wink. This programming tutorial uses the same service that we built in part one to return complex types. These types include XML using JAXB and JSON using Jackson as the stream […] The post REST Web Services with JAX-RS, JSON, and JAXB: Part Two appeared first on Developer.com.
Julia Computing raised $24 million in a Series A fundraising round and stated it will use the funding to further develop and advance its secure, high-performance JuliaHub cloud platform. JuliaHub makes it easy to develop, deploy and scale Julia programs and is a platform for other applications such as JuliaSim for multi-physics simulation, JuliaSPICE for … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Julia Computing Series A, Windows Terminal preview 1.10 released, Kdan Mobile raises $16 million in Series B funding appeared first on SD Times.
Developers tend to love messing about with their local development environments to see what fits their project requirements and workflow best. Since its launch in 2016, Laravel Valet has quickly become a popular choice and it has become my go-to environment when developing locally on my Mac because ...
In this article, we'll be putting all the theory to the test by performing step-by-step migration of an application, following the recommendations from the previous part. To make things straightforward, reduce uncertainties, unknowns, and unnecessary guessing, for the practical example of migration, I decided to demonstrate the practice on a simple to-do application. It's time to put the theory to the test. (Large preview) In general, I assume that you have a good understanding of how a generic to-do application works.
In this post, we will look at how to perform a NestJS TypeORM Transaction using the TypeORM QueryRunner class. This is also the recommended way of handling transactions in NestJS. If you are new to using TypeORM with NestJS, refer to this detailed post about NestJS TypeORM Integration.
In modern front-end development, developers should aim to write CSS which is scalable and maintainable. Otherwise, they risk losing control over specifics such as the cascade and selector specificity as the codebase grows and more developers contribute. One way this can be achieved is through the use of methodologies such as Object-Oriented CSS (OOCSS), which rather than organizing CSS around page context, encourages separating structure (grid systems, spacing, widths, etc.) from decoration (fonts, brand, colors, etc.
What Is Audience Engagement? A simple example of online audience engagement could be a Livestream with a host and a chat system for audience members to interact with each other in real-time. Other audience engagement solutions include features such as chat or QAs for participants to communicate while sharing an experience, such as a Watch Party, polls, quizzes, and leaderboards. Device and User Presence One aspect of audience engagement is the ability to know who's participating in a virtual event or a user's "presence". Closely linked to presence is the user's state, for essential functionality such as indicators when someone is typing a message into a chat window, or the real-time location of a device.
INTRODUCTION Every organization needs an XLS report of Purchase Order. The reports help the admin to keep track of all their purchases and keep a record to show to the vendors in the future. Also, the data is kept in a statistical way which is easy to understand for admin too. Odoo Purchase XLS Reports [...]
Snyk announced that it closed a $530 million Series F investment, which now totals the company’s funding to-date to $8.5 billion. "This new investment, together with the rapid adoption of our platform and growing customer base, validates our developer security vision," said Peter McKay, CEO of Snyk. "When security starts with the world's expanding pool … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Snyk Series F, Visual Studio extensibility updates, and Rust 1.55 appeared first on SD Times.
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