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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Pineco.de: Lightweight Breadcrumbs in Laravel php[architect] Podcast: Episode #9 - Testing in Practice Delicious Brains: How We Create WordPress Plugins: From Idea To Release Laravel News: Running the Laravel Scheduler and Queue with Docker Symfony Finland: MySQL 8.0 released with new features and improved performance Laravel Daily: Laravel Exceptions: How to Catch, Handle and Create Your Own TutsPlus.com: Notifications in Laravel Junior Grossi: QueryFilter: A Model Filtering Concept Ayesh Karunaratne: What's new and changing in PHP 7.3 Gary Hockin: Conference Speaking for Everyone - Submitting Chapter (Free) Christoph Rumpel: Make Your Chatbots GDPR Compliant Matthias Noback: Context passing Tomas Votruba: How to Slowly Turn your Symfony Project to Legacy with Action Injection
At the Laracon US conference in New York, Taylor Otwell released Laravel Vapor, a new platform for serverless hosting backed by AWS services. You can watch the presentation below.
In the early days, hand-operating printers where used by designers which had to be operated manually. The manual printers had metal letters engrossed in a frame which when rolled in the ink pressed down onto a clean paper for printing. This process of printing needed thousands of physical metal blocks each with a character representing typeface. Likewise, for printing a Garamond typeface, you would need different blocks of diverse size (like 10 points, 12 points, 14 points, and so on) and weight (like bold, light, medium). A font is entirely different from typeface. It is a subset of blocks that … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
No form of media could replace a hard paper copy of a magazine. People have been especially fond of attractive cover designs. The cover is a significant factor in helping a buying decision. Due to this very reason, designers and publicists take special efforts in making sure the cover design is on point – digitally […] The post 11 Tips to Getting Your Magazine Cover Design Right appeared first on Line25.
Puppet's latest State of DevOps report arrives ten years after the first edition and highlights that successful DevOps is dependent on a number of factors. The first State of DevOps report was released when DevOps was only discussed by some cutting-edge decision-makers. A decade on, 83 percent now report their organisations are implementing DevOps practices.... Read more » The post 2021 State of DevOps report highlights factors that lead to success appeared first on Developer Tech News.
We just rolled out some improvements to how PRO Teams work. We’ve only made teams more functional--there are no changes here that remove any functionality or that require anyone’s immediate attention. Everything is documented in detail in our Teams Management documentation. Changing Roles Before, there was just one Team Owner, and they invited members. The […] The post Team Management Improvements appeared first on CodePen Blog.
In a new post to his site Matthias Noback takes a look at unit testing your code and how it can be "dangerous" if you use mocking/doubles in the wrong way (not effective testing). Instead, he makes the recommendation to mock at architectural boundaries, specifically looking at mocking persistence and time handling. More and more I've come to realize that I've been mocking less and less. The thing is, creating test doubles is a very dangerous activity. [...] For example, by creating a test double for the EntityManager, we're assuming that it will work well with any objects we'll pass to it. If you've ever debugged an issue with an EntityManager, you know that this is a bad assumption. Anything may go wrong: a mistake in the mapping, missing configuration for cascading persist/delete behavior, an issue with the database credentials, availability of the database server, network connectivity, a missing or invalid database schema, etc. He then gets into the concepts behind mocking across the "architecturally significant boundaries" and what kind of functionality this involves. He then gets into the two different examples sharing some of the basic concepts and test examples for evaluating persistence and time handling. He finishes up with a look at some of the potential consequences ("outcomes" is really a better word) of refactoring your tests and code to follow these ideas.
Email marketing is one of the most important disciplines in e-commerce. Online shops, that don’t use the email medium outside of order and shipping confirmation throw away a huge potential to gain new customers, bind [...]
For some reason I find myself occasionally wishing that I grew up in the olden days. When I say olden days I picture a time
With the globalization of web-based services and e-commerce shipping across the world, it's important to attract as many consumers to your website as possible. As such, building your website with localization in mind from scratch will ensure that you can easily modify your language selection without additional web development or adjustments to your CMS or...
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