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Looking for inspiration to build your own beautiful WordPress website? You've come to the right place. A great thing about building a project with WordPress is that there's no shortage of themes for styling your website with any type of design. But, since there are so many themes out there, finding a design with a […]
The PHP Rountable podcast, hosted by PHP community member Sammy K Powers, has posted their latest episode focusing on GDPR for developers. In it he's joined by guests Michelangelo van Dam and Wim Godden. The first major piece of legislation that we've seen attempt to regulate how our personal information is handled on the web is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Today we chat with some panelist who have gone down the GDPR-compliance road and they are going to help us PHP devs understand how the GDPR affects us and what we can do to make sure our technology stack is as GDPR-compliant as possible. You can catch this latest episode in a few different ways: either using the in-page audio/video player, watching the video directly on YouTube or grabbing the audio file directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their feed to get updates on when future shows are released.
PHP Internals News: Episode 22: PostGreSQL Escape Character London, UK Thursday, August 8th 2019, 09:22 BST In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Matteo Beccati (LinkedIn, Twitter, GitHub) about his "Escape PDO "?" parameter p...
Tomas Votruba has a new post to his site explaining some of the reasoning behind his opinion that AST (abstract syntax tree) processing can help fix your code better than simple token detection and make its overall quality better. In the last post Brief History of Tools Watching and Changing Your PHP Code we saw there are over dozen tools in PHP that can modify code. So there is no surprise coding standard tools are "upgrading" code from PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.2 without knowing types and that AST is moving false to !. Should coding standard upgrade your code? Should AST make your code cleaner? Should AST take of coding standard changes? Which is born for it? He starts with a brief look at token detection with the PHP CS fixer and its use of token_get_all to identify locations needing change. He then compares this to AST changes that include some logic such as changing if statement evaluation to be more correct and optimizing foreach statements. He goes on to talk about what token detection is good at and what AST is good for as well as providing an example for standards changes in AST.
Latest PECL Releases:protobuf 3.12.0RC1 GA release. datadog_trace 0.44.1 ### Fixed Revert "Merge pull request #815 from DataDog/levi/ddtrace_moment" #859 This fixes issue #855. datadog_trace 0.44.0 ### Fixed Fix ddtrace_config_* functions to use sapi_getenv #848 Fix curl integrations #851 Changed Whitelist the cgi-fcgi SAPI #835 Add ddtrace_hash_find_ptr_lc which stack-allocates small strings #839
It's almost time to leave winter behind us here in the Northern Hemisphere. Most of the time, the weather can't quite make up its mind, and so the days pass by with half of the sky sunny while the other half gray. Nature usually tends to have a strong impact on my mood, and so these days I feel like I'm literally in a gray zone -- between winter and spring. I'm not sure about you, but with springtime lurking around the corner, my need for extra inspiration is even bigger. So, I hope that this month's set will give you just that spark you need to cheer you up and boost your creativity. The post Inspiring Illustrations With Plenty Of Bright Colors And Cool Patterns appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
This week's Designer News (No 465) includes Five Mistakes in Designing Mobile Push Notifications, Intention-Based Design, The Current State of Styling Scrollbars, Free Optician Sans Font, How to Design an Icon Set, CSS Animation 101 eBook, The Problem with Invisible Branding and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 465 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Lately, we have been playing with SymfonyCloud for the needs of one of our client's projects. As the General Availability of the service has been announced earlier this week, we believe it is the right time to explain how we managed to get redirection.io's agent running on SymfonyCloud. Wait, wha...
Matt Trask and Ben Edmunds are joined by Taylor Otwell to discuss whatA?AEURA(TM)s new with Laravel, the business side of things, and what itA?AEURA(TM)s like organizing a huge conference. Links Laravel Forge Vapor Ignition
Readability is the priority when you are used to writing long essays and articles for your readers. You are someone who needs to write paragraphs after paragraphs, get deeply involved in the subject matter to do justice to the topic thoroughly. Therefore, you cannot afford to use fonts that are difficult to read, making the […] The post 18 Most Legible Fonts for Books & Long Texts appeared first on Line25.
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