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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an international standards organization that manages internet protocols, has announced that the Web Audio API is now an official standard. This designation signifies that W3C has vetted the technology in an industry-inclusive manner that is intended to accelerate adoption.
It's no secret that the technical interview process leaves something to be desired; it's often riddled with anxiety and stress. In this article, we'll take a look at seven of the most common mistakes candidates make in their technical interviews and explore ways you can avoid them.
Every website we build has its own unique challenges. But the tools we use can help us tackle them head on. WordPress, and its never-ending ecosystem of plugins have helped... The post Why Wrangling User Data in WordPress Can Be a Nightmare appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
This week I mostly spent time on fixing bugs, improving a deployment workflow and on getting another new front-end project structured. One major takeaway from this was that it's good to have a proper deployment workflow in place already in the early stages of a project. To document appropriately in git what has been done in a commit instead of sleazily writing "changed [XY] because of [some arbitrary reason]". By doing so, it becomes easier for myself, or someone else, to identify bugs at a later stage.The post Web Development Reading List #123: Meaningful Git Commits and HTTP Status Codes appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
When I first visited Paris, it took me a while to get oriented and put together a route using the official map of the Paris metro. That's all it took to spark the flame inside me to redraw it according to an entirely different set of principles. The goal was extremely ambitious, but why not try? In this article, I will attempt to describe the principal solutions involved in the development of my own version of the Paris metro map. But for a moment, I'll just jump ahead to the result.The post Redesigning The Paris Metro Map appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Command line tools are one of the most popular applications we have today. We use command line tools every day, and they range from git, npm or yarn. Command line tools are very fast and useful for automating applications and … The post Building a Command Line Tool with Nodejs and Fauna appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
This week's Designer News (No 512) includes RegexGuide, A Tiny Guide to Variable Color Fonts, Arcade Game Typography, An Illustrated Guide to Some Useful Command Line Tools, Accessible Drop Caps, Awesome Design Plugins, Adobe's Design System, 50 Free Animated Icon Set and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 512 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Design systems can be found everywhere and in almost everything. They are in the operating system running on your smartphone, the laptop you're using for work, and even on the websites you visit. But what is a design system anyway? What goes into a design system? Why use them? We're going to answer these questions […]
Pagination is one of those little design necessities that often gets overlooked. But for blogs and other content-heavy sites, it provides an important means of navigation. A well-crafted menu can... The post 8 Code Snippets to Make Your Pagination Pop appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Latest PECL Releases:gRPC 1.30.0RC1 - gRPC Core 1.30.0 update Fix crash in subprocess after fork() #22774 zip 1.19.0 - add ZipArchive::EM_TRAD_PKWARE and ZipArchive::EM_UNKNOWN constants - Fix #79424 don't use gl_pathc after call to globfree (Max Rees) - add ZipArchive::isCompressionMethodSupported() method (libzip 1.7.0) - add ZipArchive::isEncryptionMethodSupported() method (libzip 1.7.0) - initial PHP 8 support skywalking 3.3.2 Fix bugs yaf 3.2.4 - Fixed issue #489 (global library is not used if namespace is not set) - Fixed issue #490 (segfault with repeated call arguments) zstd 0.9.0 - Windows build support zstd 0.9.0RC1 - Windows build support skywalking 3.3.1 Fix bugs datadog_trace 0.46.0 ## Important behavior changes in this release If you use the OpenTracing API, the OpenTracing compatible tracer will no longer be returned from `OpenTracingGlobalTracer::get` automatically. See #899 or [the documentation](https://docs.datadoghq.com/tracing/opentracing/php/) for more details. On PHP 7, dd_trace will no longer work on internal functions e.g. curl_exec; use dd_trace_method or dd_trace_function instead. Additionally, when targeting internal functions they also need to be added to the environment variable DD_TRACE_TRACED_INTERNAL_FUNCTIONS which is a comma separated list e.g. DD_TRACE_TRACED_INTERNAL_FUNCTIONS=array_sum,mt_rand,DateTime::add. These two changes enable a significant performance optimization. Changed Avoid usage of spl_autoload_register while still allowing noop manual instrumentation without ext installed #877 Sandbox Slim integration #878 Sandbox Lumen integration #884 Sandbox CakePHP integration #898 Remove legacy hook for OpenTracing #899 Noop the legacy API when a potentially conflicting module detected #900, #905 Move the request init hook to auto_prepend_file #907 Optimize internal functions handlers at startup (PHP 7) #895 Fixed Fix early return in dd-doctor #894 (thank @tatsuo48!) Fix opcache check in dd-doctor #896 - thanks @tatsuo48 Update CONTRIBUTING.md #897 - thanks @askkaz
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