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On the Symfony project blog they've posted a series of articles covering some miscellaneous improvements made for the v4.1 release of the framework. During the past months we've published almost 40 blog posts about the main new features of Symfony 4.1. In this article you'll find some of the other small but nice new features. Here's the list of the posts and some of the things covered in each: Part 1: CSRF without forms, visibility change in progress bar component, showing dotenv files in the profiler Part 2: command to delete cache pool items, allowing custom functions in "allow_if" expressions, addition of "dd" debug helper Part 3: add/remove LDAP attributes efficiently, keeping the query string after redirect, hasser accessors in PropertyInfo Part 4: adding anonymous services in PHP DSL, support for extracting type from constructor, configurable PHP error log level Check out each post for a brief summary of each change and example code/configuration showing how to make use of it.
Why using jQuery? Why bothering? Isn't it dead? Isn't it way too messy? Is it still being used in nowadays projects? Is it still... and so on and on...
With the COVID-19 virus on everybody's mind, it's hard to believe that there are any other issues that people are concerned with. However, with the prediction of a vaccine that will help to mitigate the pandemic and let everyone live without fear of catching the virus, the country is slowly moving back to it's "normal," which is now dubbed the "new normal." Nonetheless, there is a lot of discussion about cybersecurity. Recent breaches with airlines and hotels, along with a deep concern for the 2020 election in November. has spurred renewed interest in cybersecurity. Foreign actors are being blamed and … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
On the Laravel News site there's a tutorial posted showing you how to use the Swole extension to speed up your Laravel-based application. Swole is a PHP extension written in C that provides missing asynchronous functionality to the language. Swoole is a production-grade async programming framework for PHP. It is a PHP extension written in pure C language, which enables PHP developers to write high-performance, scalable, concurrent TCP, UDP, Unix socket, HTTP, WebSocket services in PHP without too much knowledge of the non-blocking I/O programming and low-level Linux kernel. You can think of Swoole as something like NodeJS but for PHP, with higher performance. The post covers the "why?" question of using Swoole with Laravel, explaining how the traditional PHP request flow works. Swoole provides a way to reduce come of this processing overhead and increase performance. They then help you integrate Swoole and Laravel using a custom package (swooletw/laravel-swoole), installing both the package and using PECL to install the Swoole extension. Once the extension is enabled and the service provider is added, all it takes is an artisan command to start the web server up. The post finishes with some quick benchmarks using wrk comparing it against a typical Nginx setup with PHP-FPM. Not surprisingly, Swoole outperforms the other setup well.
Looking for a way to work on your mobile phone while scrolling Instagram? Well, why don't you try to become an Instagram freelance marketer? All you need is a mobile phone, the Instagram app, and some skills which I'll explore in the following article. Having more than 500 million active users per day, Instagram has...
The mobile health market looks set to grow substantially over the next few years. After a welcome boost during the global COVID-19 pandemic, there's demand for novel and innovative healthcare apps. Because most mobile health solutions handle sensitive patient data, they must comply with the relevant data protection legislation, including the Health Insurance Portability and...
A concept for a kinetic typography based page transition where background letters come into the foreground and reveal a new content level. The post Kinetic Typography Page Transition appeared first on Codrops.
Great little project from Ross Moody: SVG Gobbler is a browser extension that finds the vector content on the page you’re viewing and gives you the option to download, optimize, copy, view the code, or export it as an image. … The post SVG Gobbler appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
OpenVSCode provides a version of VS Code that runs on a server on a remote machine and allows access through a modern web browser. It's based on the same infrastructure used by Gitpod or GitHub Codespaces at scale. According to the project's GitHub page, in 2019 the VS Code team began refactoring its architecture in … continue reading The post SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OpenVSCode appeared first on SD Times.
Are you looking for a space-themed font to add a futuristic and sci-fi vibe to your designs? Then this collection of space fonts is the best place to start! Space fonts line up with a popular trend that's taking over the design world, especially in website headers, social media, posters, and print design. In this […]
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