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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.
Latest PEAR Releases:Net_Whois 1.0.6 XML_Util 1.4.4 Archive_Tar 1.4.9 PHP_CodeSniffer 3.5.3
Android announced its Developer Preview 2 yesterday which focuses on additional features and changes on top of last month’s original preview. The new preview comes after the 12L feature drop was moved to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) last week, enabling developers to take advantage of over 250+ million large-screen Android devices. Android 13 … continue reading The post Android announces Developer Preview 2 appeared first on SD Times.
Quickwit is an open-source search engine on object storage with subsecond latency for large datasets. The project made by the authors of the Rust search engine library tantivy recently raised $2.6 million in a seed round co-led by FirstMark and firstminute with many more participants. Quickwit 0.2 was launched in January with new features such … continue reading The post SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Quickwit appeared first on SD Times.
@web_mech Show Notes Blog of Mike Price Cascadia PHP Audio This episode is sponsored by Using the WordPress REST API The post Interview with Mike Price appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Updating your existing content is the holy grail, but how & when should you do it? Plus, should you use an article rewriting & spinning tool? Learn pros & cons. The post How To Update Content - Should You Use An Article Rewriter Tool? first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
Luckily, the array_filter function not only has the default functionality to filter out everything that converts to a Boolean false value, but it offers a very helpful callback function. This means we can essentially do whatever the mind can see with the data at hand. In this tutorial, filtering by...
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Google Slides is a great web-based, free platform for creating presentations (and collaborating as you do so). There are plenty of pre-made default templates available, but they can only so so far -- many are quite simple, and lack polished aesthetics. If you’re wanting to take your Google Slides presentation to the next level, today’s […]
In this article (the first part in a series of two), Luis Ouriach shares advice that he wishes he has when starting out in his career. These tips come from his experience as a user interface and product designer for close to ten years, and if you're starting just now, then read on!
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