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GitLab is moving forward to the next evolution of DevOps in the release of GitLab 14. According to the company, many DevOps teams use so-called "DIY DevOps" toolchains that are built with parts not designed to work together, leading to silos, lack of visibility, and maintenance challenges. This latest iteration of the GitLab platform aims … continue reading The post GitLab 14 aims to do away with DIY DevOps toolchains appeared first on SD Times.
What's the state of CSS, Vue.js and Next.js? What are new, smart interface design patterns we could use? Let's figure it out. With our [online workshops on UX, front-end and design](https://smashingconf.com/online-workshops).
Latest PECL Releases:mongodb 1.4.1** Bug * [PHPC-1124] - Add correct include path for SASL * [PHPC-1125] - Out-of-source compilation with bundled zlib fails ** Task * [PHPC-456] - Document caveats of serializing BSON document to arrays with type maps
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The HDR technique is one of the most popular techniques photographers use to add more depth and range to photos. It usually takes multiple photos and a lot of work to take photos using the HDR technique. However, if you have the Lightroom app, there's a much easier way to create that same HDR effect […]
In Symfony 4.3 we improved the Workflow component with lots of major and minor features. This blog post summarizes the most important ones. Added a context to Workflow::apply()A,A? Contributed by GrA?A(C)goire Pineau ...
Please note that dates are subject to change due to COVID-19, so it would be best to check the websites for further information regarding their conference dates and schedules. We're putting our heart and soul into crafting personal, inclusive and valuable events for all of us to become better professionals. With online workshops, we aim to give you the same experience and access to experts as in an in-person workshop, without needing to leave your desk.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Evozon Blog: GDPR - a brief reality check Asmir Mustafic: Modular Application Architecture - Intro Sergey Zhuk: Building ReactPHP Memached Client: Emitting Events Trivago Tech Blog: Continuous Performance Monitoring for PHP - The tale of Blackfire at trivago Derick Rethans: PHP 7.2's "switch" optimisations Robert Basic: What implements an interface Asmir Mustafic: How do I deploy my Symfony API - Part 5 - Conclusion Michael Cullum: A month of PHP FIG #1: October 2017 TutsPlus.com: How to Deploy With Deployer Joshua Thijssen: Symfony's autowiring SitePoint PHP Blog: Your First PHP Code SitePoint PHP Blog: How to Optimize MySQL: Indexes, Slow Queries, Configuration Symfony Blog: The Symfony Community Awards are back! Tim MacDonald: Backup multiple sites and frameworks with 'Laravel Backup' Symfony Finland: Symfony Flex adoption picks up prior to release of 4.0 in November 2017 Peter Lafferty: TDD On A Silex Controller Cloudways Blog: Integrate CloudwaysCDN With Laravel Applications Laravel News: Command Line Search Tools for Programmers
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to combine simple shapes with colourful gradients to create a fun cartoon style monster face. We’ll just concentrate on creating the main facial features which emerge from the background in this tutorial, but you can use the same techniques to illustrate almost anything. Keeping things simple not only […] The post Video Tutorial: Fun Vector Monster Face in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to create a vector polygon style logo graphic that’s made up of numerous shapes, each with a gradient fill which gives it a faceted diamond kind of appearance. I’m using the image of a wolf’s head in this tutorial, but the same process can be used to create […] The post Video Tutorial: Vector Polygon Logo Graphic in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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