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Working on a clothing or packaging project and looking for some label design inspiration? Look no further! We have gathered here an astounding collection of various free label mockups. All of these label PSD mockups are completely free to download and they can be used for various purposes. You will find label mockups for clothing […] The post 40 Free Label Mockups (PSD & Vector) appeared first on Line25.
On the Laravel News site there's a tutorial posted showing you how to use the Swole extension to speed up your Laravel-based application. Swole is a PHP extension written in C that provides missing asynchronous functionality to the language. Swoole is a production-grade async programming framework for PHP. It is a PHP extension written in pure C language, which enables PHP developers to write high-performance, scalable, concurrent TCP, UDP, Unix socket, HTTP, WebSocket services in PHP without too much knowledge of the non-blocking I/O programming and low-level Linux kernel. You can think of Swoole as something like NodeJS but for PHP, with higher performance. The post covers the "why?" question of using Swoole with Laravel, explaining how the traditional PHP request flow works. Swoole provides a way to reduce come of this processing overhead and increase performance. They then help you integrate Swoole and Laravel using a custom package (swooletw/laravel-swoole), installing both the package and using PECL to install the Swoole extension. Once the extension is enabled and the service provider is added, all it takes is an artisan command to start the web server up. The post finishes with some quick benchmarks using wrk comparing it against a typical Nginx setup with PHP-FPM. Not surprisingly, Swoole outperforms the other setup well.
If you're interested in where the web is headed, you have to look to its past. With Jeremy Keith's new book, Resilient Web Design, the veteran designer digs into the... The post Discovering Resilient Web Design with Jeremy Keith appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
When building a web application, one must consider what kind of delivery mechanism they are going to use. Let’s say we have a cross-platform application that works with real-time data; a stock market application providing ability to buy or sell stock in real time. This application is composed of widgets that bring different value to the different users. When it comes to data delivery from the server to the client, we are limited to two general approaches: client pull or server push.
CRM system helps companies stay connected to customers, streamline processes, and improve profitability. A mobile CRM system-based app is a functional sales app for your mobile and It helps you to use a few things to manage in one go. Therefore, with a mobile CRM app, your sales teams can manage the work in the [...]
If you're currently a business owner or are thinking about becoming one, you've no doubt heard of PayPal. You may have even used it a few times as a consumer. But now that you're in business mode, you may be curious about what the popular platform has to offer as a payment system. The first...
On The Coding Machine site author Julien Neuhart has written up a tutorial showing how to create a single-page application using Symfony 4 along with Vue.js, the Vue router, Vuex and Axios. With Symfony, I used to build my web applications in a traditional way: the framework handles everything, from the routing to the page rendering. However nowadays web applications have complex user interactions and the previous approach does not fit well for such cases. That's where single-page application architecture comes to the rescue. The tutorial walks you through the creation of an application where users can post messages wrapped up in a nicer Docker-ized environment. He starts with the creation of the development environment and project structure including the Docker setup and installation of the needed dependencies. From there he starts in on the frontend, creating the Vue.js code for the application and moving to the backend for the initial Symfony index route. He shows the creation of the Vue routing, handing the requests in Symfony, the creation of the Post entities and API functionality. The post also includes the addition of User entities with usernames/passwords for authentication and the Symfony routes to handle those requests. The tutorial ends with some improvements to the initial setup including user role addition, CSRF tokens, error messaging and other Docker customizations.
Cockroach Labs announced the beta release of CockroachDB Serverless. The release brings a delivery service for fully elastic cloud data infrastructure fronted by a familiar SQL API that allows developers to begin building instantly without accounting for availability, performance, or capacity. CockroachDB Serverless is free for small product applications and affordably scales with charges only … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: CockroachDB Serverless; AWS Data Exchange for Amazon Redshift; Invicti receives $625 million in funding appeared first on SD Times.
In Magento 2.4.3, we can enable automatic re-indexing using cronjob by just using the environment variable. To install Magento 2.4, read this blog https://webkul.com/blog/installing-magento2-4/. The use_application_lock indexing mode is used to enable the automatic re-indexing process and can be enabled using the app/etc/env.php file. This mode returns a more accurate status of the indexers. The [...]
In today’s video tutorial we’re going to combine the powers of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator to create a contour map effect, you know, the ones with loads of lines that show the topography of the landscape. We’ll use Photoshop’s filters to produce the basic contour map effect, then we’ll bring it into Illustrator to […] The post Video Tutorial: Contour Map Effect with Photoshop & Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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