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Traditional software developers have been hiding a secret from us in plain sight. It's not even a disputed fact. It's part of their business model. It doesn't matter if we're talking about high-end enterprise software vendors or smaller software houses that write the tools that we all use day to day in our jobs or businesses. It's right there front and center. Additional costs that they don't hide and that we've become accustomed paying.
Since the introduction of Node.js by Ryan Dahl at the European JSConf on 8 November 2009, it has seen wide usage across the tech industry. Companies such as Netflix, Uber, and LinkedIn give credibility to the claim that Node.js can withstand a high amount of traffic and concurrency. Armed with basic knowledge, beginner and intermediate developers of Node.js struggle with many things: "It's just a runtime!" "It has event loops!
Regular expressions are incredibly powerful but can be difficult to maintain. They’re a skill you learn on the job and, when the suits walk by, make you look incredibly smart if you have a few up on your screen. How can we solve the maintainability problem? With a match groups, as Addy Osmani enlightened me […] The post Regular Expression Match Groups appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
The right tools are what separates businesses that run smoothly from those that don't. They're the difference between companies that collaborate to get things done and those who can't seem... The post Get 35+ Free Business Apps with Bitrix24 <span class="sponsored_text">Sponsored</span> appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Typography is one of those things that we can talk about forever. Just remember our outstanding articles where we discussed The Rise of the Hand-Written Typography Trend on the Web,... The post Exploring the Elegance of Line Typography in Web Design appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Symfony Blog: The new Symfony 3.3 Service Configuration Changes Explained Sebastian De Deyne: TypeScript With Laravel Mix Laravel News: Generate a JSON Feed with Laravel SitePoint PHP Blog: How to Use Laravel Mix in Non-Laravel Projects SitePoint PHP Blog: Re-Introducing Symfony Console - CLI PHP for the Uninitiated! North Meets South Podcast: Episode #28 - Eloquent observers, managing client expectations, and Larav Stitcher.io: PHP Generics and why we need them Building Your Startup: Securing an API thePHP.cc: Testing Keeps Me From Getting Things Done Paul Jones: Controllers and Domain Exceptions Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Larry E. Masters Dotkernel.com: What is PSR-7 and How to Use It Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Michelangelo van Dam (#3) Rob Allen: Inserting binary data into SQL Server with ZF1 & PHP 7 SitePoint PHP Blog: Re-Introducing Composer - the Cornerstone of Modern PHP Apps
I recently did a search for witch themed graphics for a little project I’m working on and discovered there’s an entire sub-genre of art styles dedicated to witches and witchcraft. Become bewitched by this inspirational showcase of wicked designs and illustrations with a witchy aesthetic. You’ll find a variety of creative pieces in a myriad […] The post Showcase of Designs and Illustrations of Witches & Witchcraft appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Tumblr has been the go-to place for bloggers, inspiration finders, and creatives for years as a way of posting to the web. With that popularity came a whole culmination of themes. Themes varying from grid-based, portfolio style, and even ones specifically made for writers. Today we've rounded up a collection of over 50 of the […]
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