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In this blog, we are going to learn that how we can add a custom customer attribute column in the customer grid at the admin section.Here, I have created a custom customer attribute “aadhaar_number, that I will display in customer grid. To add the custom column in the customer grid, you have to follow the [...]
It’s essential every software engineering team must keep track of their performance through a set of selected indicators called KPIs. Before going into further details, you need to understand what KPI is. What is KPI? KPI Stands for Key Performance Indicators. It is a measurable value through the performance of a business organization can be...
VS Code can be supercharged wuth hundreds of [VS Code extensions](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/05/useful-vs-code-extensions-web-developers/). In this article, Leonardo shares four useful extensions that help him in his daily work.
On the Pineco.de site they've posted a tutorial showing how to create a lightweight breadcrumb system for use in a Laravel application. It makes use of a "view composer" to help translate the current path into a matching "crumb". Breadcrumbs are important in web applications. But most of the time, it's not the easiest to track the different levels in your URL and generate breadcrumbs from it. Now we give it a try with a simple yet elegant solution. The post starts by describing the basic concept and the article that inspired their finished product. They needed a dynamic solution that could translate the URL to a breadcrumb list. They created an array with a crumb-to-URL relationship and made use of Laravel's view composer handling to create the collection of crumbs from the current request information. Finally they include the partial view that can be used to render the results, looping through them and outputting each as a link.
By now you probably know that if you have a website, you need a way to monitor how it is working. The problem with many of these feedback channels is that they can be complicated to set up or difficult to understand. The incoming feedback tool from Hotjar is different. It gives you all the […]
Are you confused about hiring a social media assistant? Do you think it will be costly to hire a virtual assistant to manage your social media? If you have these questions in mind, brace yourself because you are on the right track, asking the right questions. You just have not found the answers yet. So... The post Top 15 Ways A Social Media Assistant Can Boost Up Your Business! appeared first on noupe.
In this post to his site Matthias Noback makes the argument that, during your normal development, classes should be final by default and only changed if there's a need to extend them. I recently wrote about when to add an interface to a class. After explaining good reasons for adding an interface, I claim that if none of those reasons apply in your situation, you should just use a class and declare it "final". [...] For a couple of years now I've been using the final keyword everywhere (thanks to Marco Pivetta for <a href="https://ocramius.github.io/blog/when-to-declare-classes-final/>getting me on track!). When I see a class that's not final, it feels to me like it's a very vulnerable class. Its internals are out in the open; people can do with it what they want, not only what its creator has imagined. Still, I also remember my initial resistance to adding final to every class definition, and I often have to defend myself during workshops, so I thought it would help if I explained all about it here. He starts off by talking about the alternative - non-final classes - and some of the issues that can come with it (and class extension). He makes the suggestion that "replacing is better than overriding" and creates less complexity overall. He also answers a question about the use of the "Template Method" design pattern that would allow for improvement from base "skeleton" logic designed to be extended. He covers "composition over inheritance", the use case of extension and how "final" is a better direction.
Managing your LearnDash website is no simple task. There are many things to handle which can drive you crazy, especially without the right tools. One area that throws many users a curveball is managing teacher-student communications. It's a hard and time-consuming activity, as we learned when we interviewed a couple of instructors a few months […] The post Developing Stronger Teacher-Student Connections appeared first on WisdmLabs.
Despite recent events, like the discovery of the Log4j vulnerability late last year, that have highlighted the need for companies to have insight into what open source components they are utilizing, and what versions, fewer than half of companies have a software bill of materials (SBOMs) in place. This is according to a report by … continue reading The post Report: Fewer than half of companies are creating or using a software bill of materials appeared first on SD Times.
The publish-Subscribe pattern also known as Pub/Sub is an indispensable tool for building enterprise-grade .NET applications. Just to refresh your memory, Pub/Sub is a messaging paradigm where the senders of messages (publisher) do not have any knowledge about the intended recipients (subscribers). Moreover, the publisher and subscriber applications do not interact with each other directly but instead depend on a common medium known as a topic. Hence, it's a loosely coupled messaging model. Now, assume that you have multiple applications of different roles deployed within the same architecture and they need a mechanism to inform/notify each other about certain events. These events could either be transient (due to changes made on the run time) or database events (due to changes in the database). That's exactly where the publish-subscribe design pattern will help you to enable distributed events.
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