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Latest PECL Releases:pcs 1.3.7 * Fix Travis Ci failures pcs 1.3.5 * Fix issues in PHP 7.4 pcs 1.3.4 * Fix issue #12 : Fails to install in PHP 7.4.6 yaf 3.2.5 - Fixed issue #492 (init method could be protected) - Fixed issue #492 (plugins maybe changed in controller execution) - Fixed issue #492 (empty names shoud not be set to request) - Fixed cow_violation conflicts mongodb 1.8.0beta2 ** Bug * [PHPC-1598] - Objects with get_properties handlers should have get_gc delegate to zend_std_get_properties ** New Feature * [PHPC-1313] - Add support for Zstandard compression * [PHPC-1533] - OCSP Support * [PHPC-1554] - Unify behavior around configuration for replica set discovery * [PHPC-1571] - Driver support for server Hedged Reads * [PHPC-1575] - Add URI option to disable certificate revocation checking ** Task * [PHPC-1131] - Do not compile php.exe for Appveyor builds * [PHPC-1384] - Specify behavior where connection string contain auth database but no credentials * [PHPC-1616] - Remove PHP 7.1 from AppVeyor build config * [PHPC-1621] - Bundled libmongocrypt emits compiler warning ** Improvement * [PHPC-1566] - Support speculative authentication attempts in isMaster * [PHPC-1591] - Add tests for allowed cases when authSource is given but username is not * [PHPC-1614] - Consult SIZEOF_ZEND_LONG instead of SIZEOF_LONG * [PHPC-1615] - Specify obj_dir when adding sources in config.w32 * [PHPC-1628] - Clarify return type for WriteConcernError and WriteError getInfo() methods * [PHPC-1629] - Call libmongoc is_valid functions before completing WriteConcern and ReadPreference initialization * [PHPC-1632] - Reduce default keepalive time to align with Azure defaults
Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […] The post Popular Design News of the Week: August 9 2021 - August 15, 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
This article explores what intuitive design actually means, why it doesn't make sense, how we can better approach design solutions, and what the future of interfaces might look like.
Web applications are everywhere. There is no official definition, but we've made the distinction: web applications are highly interactive, dynamic and performant, while websites are informational and less transient. This very rough categorization provides us with a starting point, from which to apply development and design patterns. These patterns are often established through a different look at the mainstream techniques, a paradigm shift, convergence with an external concept, or just a better implementation. Universal web applications are one such pattern.The post Server-Side Rendering With React, Node And Express appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
You can create the most jaw dropping design in the world and it won't succeed if it doesn't satisfy usability. Everything from a toothpick to a commercial airliner requires usability to function and sell, or else its design is doomed. Similarly, in the web world a term called UX comes to play when a website is used and graded. UX is short for user experience a web user acquires when surfing on a website and interacting with its elements and features. If the experience is choppy and mal sought, then the website is nothing by floating garbage on the internet … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Today, nearly 93 percent of all web traffic comes through search engines. Google doesn't share its data on the volume of searches performed, but it's estimated that the search engine processes 2 trillion queries per year. With the average person performing three to four searches a day, search engine optimization has never been more important....
It's a truism that's oft-repeated in the design world, and in a digital universe of increasingly simple, minimalist, and image-based user interfaces, it's one that most digital designers could stand to revisit. The truth is, whether we're talking about a mobile app or a traditional website, copy is a design element - even if most designers don't think of it that way. The words on a page affect that page's usability just as much as button size and layout. Maybe that's why Fast Company says that writing is design's new "unicorn skill." Copywriting, however, is not as simple as it … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
This week's Designer News (N.463) includes A Netflix Web Performance Case Study, Why are Tech Companies Making Custom Typefaces?, The Role of Design in Silicon Valley, Editorial Layouts, Floats, and CSS Grid, Nerd Fonts, The "C" in CSS: The Cascade, 25 Free Folder Icons and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 463 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
There are a few concepts in CSS layout that can really enhance your CSS game once you understand them. This article is about the Block Formatting Context (BFC). You may never have heard of this term, but if you have ever made a layout with CSS, you probably know what it is. Understanding what a BFC is, why it works, and how to create one is useful and can help you to understand how layout works in CSS.
This week, Access All Areas members have a brilliant collection of vector graphics to download courtesy of Simon Birky Hartmann from The Shop. These eighteen vector line constructions have been reproduced from an illustration plate taken from a late 1800s book about gemstone cutting. They provide beautiful, and sometimes intricate, line work overlays for photos, […] The post Gemstone Cutting Pattern Vectors for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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