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After a few years of designing products for clients, I began to feel fatigued. I wondered why. Turns out, I'd been chasing metric after metric. "Increase those page views!" "Help people spend more time in the app!" And it kept coming. Still, something was missing. I knew that meeting goals was part of what a designer does, but I could see how my work could easily become commoditized and less fulfilling unless something changed. I thought of how bored I'd be if I kept on that path. I needed to build some guiding principles that would help me find my place in design. These principles would help grow and would shape my career in a way that fits me best. The post Giving Your Product A Soul appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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Latest PECL Releases:datadog_trace 0.48.1 ### Fixed Symfony HttpException with status less than 500 should not be considered an error #995, #1002 (thanks, @franek!) Block Zend signals from background sender thread #1000 Fix out-of-sync issue if span stack is closed while a closure is running #1001 swoole 4.5.3 New APIs --- + Added `SwooleProcessProcessManager` (swoole/library#88f147b) (@huanghantao) + Added ArrayObject::append, StringObject::equals (swoole/library#f28556f) (@matyhtf) + Added Coroutine::parallel (swoole/library#6aa89a9) (@matyhtf) + Added CoroutineBarrier (swoole/library#2988b2a) (@matyhtf) Enhancement Added usePipelineRead to support streaming call-in http2 client (#3354) (@twose) Do not create the file before receive body when a download (#3381) (@twose) Added bind_address and bind_port setting for coroutine http client (#3390) (@huanghantao) Added lowercase_header option for HttpClient (#3399) (@matyhtf) Added tcp_user_timeout option for SwooleServer (#3404) (@huanghantao) Added CoroutineSocket event barrier (#3409) (@matyhtf) Added specify swString memory allocator (#3418) (@matyhtf) Support cURL __toString (swoole/library#38) (@twose) Added lowercase_header to fix cURL header name (swoole/library#e7c2a82) (@twose) Set wait count directly in WaitGroup constructor (swoole/library#2fb228b8) (@matyhtf) Added CURLOPT_REDIR_PROTOCOLS (swoole/library#46) (@sy-records) Support trailer for HTTP 1.1 (#3485) (@huanghantao) Support yield when sleeping less 1ms (#3487) (@Yurunsoft) Support get soft link file in the static handler (#3569) (@LeiZhang-Hunter) Close WebSocket connection immediately after the server call close method (#3570) (@matyhtf) Support hook stream_set_blocking (#3585) (@Yurunsoft) Support HTTP2 flow control in async HTTP2 Server (#3486) (@huanghantao) (@matyhtf) Support free socket buffer after onPackage is called (#3551) (@huanghantao) (@matyhtf) Fixed Fixed WebSocket coredump, handle protocol status error (#3359) (@twose) Fixed swSignalfd_setup and fix possible nullptr error in wait_signal (#3360) (@twose) Fixed SwooleServer::close throw a error when set dispatch_func (#3365) (@twose) Fixed format_buffer init problem when use SwooleRedisServer::format (#3369) (@matyhtf) (@twose) Fixed get mac address in MacOS (#3372) (@twose) Fixed MySQL test case (#3374) (@qiqizjl) Fixed PHP8 compatibility (#3384) (#3458) (#3578) (#3598) (@twose) Fixed missing php_error_docref, timeout_event and return value in hook socket write and read (#3383) (@twose) Fixed the server could not be stopped during the WorkerStart phase (#3382) (@huanghantao) Fixed coredump because of heart thread operate conn->socket (#3396) (@huanghantao) Fixed send yield logic bug (#3397) (@twose) (@matyhtf) Fixed compile problem in Cygwin64 (#3400) (@twose) Fixed WebSocket finish property invalid (#3410) (@matyhtf) Fixed build error when losing sys/random.h (#3427) (@huanghantao) Fixed missing MySQL transaction error, update the test (#3429) (@twose) Fixed the result of stream_select (#3440) (@Yurunsoft) Fixed lose SIGCHLD when use CoroutineSystem to create the child process (#3446) (@huanghantao) Fixed sendwait not support SSL mode (#3459) (@huanghantao) Fixed ArrayObject and StringObject bug (swoole/library#44) (@matyhtf) Fixed mysqli error, typo (swoole/library#45) (@sy-records) Fixed can not get correct SwooleClient::errCode if open_eof_check is set (#3478) (@huanghantao) Fixed fix atomic->wait()/wakeup() in MacOS (#3476) (@Yurunsoft) Fixed Client::connect return 0 when serve refused (#3484) (@matyhtf) Fixed nullptr_t is not declared in alpine (#3488) (@limingxinleo) Fixed fix HTTP Client download filename bug, double-free memory (#3489) (@Yurunsoft) Fixed fix memory leak of ServerPort (#3507) (@twose) Fixed fix mqtt parse protocal error (318e33a) (84d8214) (80327b3) (efe6c63) (@GXhua) (@sy-records) Fixed CoroutineHttpClient->getHeaderOut coredump (#3534) (@matyhtf) Fixed missing error info of SSL verify (#3535) (@twose) Fixed update Swoole benchmark link in README (#3536) (@sy-records) (@santalex) Fixed fix HTTP header/cookie injection when using CRLF (#3539) (#3541) (#3545) (chromium1337) (@huanghantao) Fixed fix the typo variable in #3463 (#3547) (chromium1337) (@huanghantao) Fixed the typo introduced in pull request #3463 (#3547) (@deminy) Fixed set coroutine WebSocket server frame->fd (#3549) (@huanghantao) Fixed connection leak when heart thread check the connection status (#3534) (@matyhtf) Fixed don't need block signals in the process pool (#3582) (@huanghantao) (@matyhtf) Fixed don't send headers by SAPI (#3571) (@twose) (@sshymko) Fixed set error code and error message when curl execution fails (swoole/library#1b6c65e) (@sy-records) Fixed swoole_socket_coro accept bug when call setProtocol function will cause coredump (#3591) (@matyhtf) Kernel Use the CPP style (#3349) (#3351) (#3454) (#3479) (#3490) (@huanghantao) (@matyhtf) Added Swoole known strings to improve PHP object property reading (#3363) (@huanghantao) Improve code (#3350) (#3356) (#3357) (#3423) (#3426) (#3461) (#3463) (#3472) (#3557) (#3583) (@huanghantao) (@twose) (@matyhtf) Optimize tests (#3416) (#3481) (#3558) (@matyhtf) Simplify table int type (#3407) (@matyhtf) Added sw_memset_zero and replace bzero (#3419) (@CismonX) Optimize log module (#3432) (@matyhtf) Refactor libswoole (#3448) (#3473) (#3475) (#3492) (#3494) (#3497) (#3498) (#3526) (@matyhtf) Refactor header deps (#3457) (@matyhtf) (@huanghantao) Added Channel::count() and Channel::get_bytes() (f001581) (@matyhtf) Added scope guard (#3504) (@huanghantao) Added libswoole coverage test (#3431) (@huanghantao) Added lib-swoole/ext-swoole MacOS test (#3521) (@huanghantao) Added lib-swoole/ext-swoole Alpine test (#3537) (@limingxinleo) vips 1.0.12 * vips_image_set_type() can be passed a type name vips 1.0.11 * add vips_image_set_type() * More php_info() output [jcupitt] datadog_trace 0.48.0 ## Important! The legacy API for custom instrumentation `dd_trace()` is now a no-op in this release. See the [upgrade guide](https://docs.datadoghq.com/tracing/custom_instrumentation/php/?tab=tracingfunctioncalls#legacy-api-upgrade-guide) for instructions on upgrading. The way PHP 5.4 and 5.6 hook into the engine has changed. Please read deep call stacks on PHP 5 for more information on potential issues. All calls to DDTracetrace_function or DDTracetrace_method functions need to happen before the first invocation of the target e.g. DDTracetrace_function('foo', ...) should be done before foo is called for the first time. In the future this may need to be done before the target is even defined. This was previously noted in 0.45.0, but is now enforced for all PHP versions. Added Deferred initialization of integrations, and matching integration to a callable at compile time #891 #972 Test for non-zero durations #950 Add support for PHPRedis 3 extension on PHP 7 #948 Add support for PHPRedis 4 extension on PHP 7 #982 Add support for PHPRedis 5 extension on PHP 7 #983 Add non-tracing API (hook_function/hook_method) #984 Changed Improve CGI usage in test suite #952 (thank you @remicollet!) Remove ddtrace.strict_mode INI setting #955 Sandbox PHP 5.6 using zend_execute_ex + zend_execute_internal #970 Package _generated.php with PECL #980 Move startup logs behind debug mode #986 Split PHP 7's opcode handlers for previous case #987 Sandbox PHP 5.4, cache negative lookups on PHP 5, and delete integrations using dd_trace #988 Cleanup PHP 7 curl handlers #989 Update dd_trace warning for being a no-op #990 Defer loading of PHPRedis #992 Defer loading of Predis #994 Fixed Compatibility issues with PECL #845 (thank you @remicollet!) Fix package.xml validation for PECL #954 Removed obsolete pre-integrations loading check from dd-doctor.php #956 Fix off-by-one error with longest config name for integrations #985 gRPC 1.31.1 - Fix crash on exec() #23567
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Accessibility experts Kate Kalcevich and Mike Gifford introduce readers to "layered accessibility testing", a practice of using a variety of tools and approaches at different stages in the digital product lifecycle to catch accessibility issues early — when it's easier and cheaper to fix them.
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Some of the major highlights of the TypeScript 4.4 beta are control flow analysis of aliased conditions, symbol and template string pattern index signatures and more. With control flow analysis of aliased conditions enabled, developers don't have to convince TypeScript of a variable's type whenever it is used because the type-checker leverages something called control … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: TypeScript 4.4 beta, Rust support improvements in Linux kernel, Sauce Labs acquires Backtrace appeared first on SD Times.
FotoJet is a rather new free online tool to create collages and social media graphics with. FotoJet works in a similar way as its strongest competition, the popular service Canva. However, in contrast to Canva, FotoJet is completely free. There are no hidden costs; all functions can be used for free. While the tool doesn’t come close to the variety of instruments of its competitor, it’s fair to note that many of Canva’s tools can only be used after purchase. This is FotoJet FotoJet is basically to be considered as a slim version of Canva and has mainly specialized in the creation of mashups and social media graphics. While the service is completely free, you need to register to have access to all features. This can either be done via OAuth using your Facebook account, or the conventional way using your email address and password. Some Examples of the Social Media Section FotoJet’s user interface is very clean and similar to Canva’s. To start a new project, log in to gain access to all functions. After that, choose the project you want to create. The Following is Possible Using FotoJet: Mashups of Any Kind Photo Cards for Any Occasion Magazine Covers Fun […]
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