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It has long been established that only a small fraction of the total number of money in the world today actually exists in physical cash
Adobe Commerce Cloud is part of the Adobe Experience Cloud, a complete suite of best-in-class enterprise solutions that have become the go-to solution for companies in nearly every industry. The suite includes a range of tools that enable businesses to create, deploy, and manage a variety of digital experiences. Commerce Cloud combines the suite’s most [...]
Access All Areas members have a great collection of print design templates to download this week, courtesy of BrandPacks. These ready made poster, leaflet, business card and flyer templates all have a Farmers Market theme, but the rustic design and watercolour graphics could suit any food or fresh produce business. Each template comes in print […] The post Farmers Market Print Design Template Pack for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
No matter how experienced you are, mistakes are an inevitable part of software development. But we can learn to repair them! And this is what we'll be looking at in this two-part series: how to undo mistakes using Git.
Sergey Zhuk has a post to his site covering concurrency including some of the basic concepts and how promises and coroutines come in to play. What does concurrency mean? To put it simply, concurrency means the execution of multiple tasks over a period of time. PHP runs in a single thread, which means that at any given moment there is only one bit of PHP code that can be running. That may seem like a limitation, but it brings us a lot of freedom. We don't have to deal with all this complexity that comes with parallel programming and threaded environment. But at the same time, we have a different set of problems. We have to deal with concurrency. We have to manage and to coordinate it. He goes on to talk about parallel requests, cross-request needs and the requirement for coordination. He then covers the subject of promises, briefly defining it and giving an example of creating a basic promise in ReactPHP. Following this he talks about the other main topic of the article: using PHP generators along with parallel requests to only create the responses when yielded.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Alejandro Celaya: The PhpStorm plugins of my choice BitPress Blog: My Simple Approach to using Docker and PHP Dragos Holban: How to Setup Docker for Your Symfony Project Delicious Brains Blog: XAMPP vs MAMP vs Local vs DesktopServer: A Comparison Guide to Local Dev Envi Sergey Zhuk: Promise-Based Cache With ReactPHP HHVM Blog: The Future of HHVM Asmir Mustafic: How to add custom error codes to your Symfony API responses Peter Lafferty: HTTP Request Validation With Silex Niklas Keller: An Introduction to Generators in PHP Laravel News: Creating Your Own Configuration in Laravel Loic Faugeron: PragmatiClean - Command Bus WordPress Blog: WordPress 4.8.2 Security and Maintenance Release Jason McCreary: SMS admin in 8 lines of code Laravel News: Laravel 5.6 Will Remove the Artisan Optimize Command Dev.to: Deploy Laravel Application On Cloud Easily With Cloudways Mark Baker: Closures, Anonymous Classes and an alternative approach to Test Mocking (Part 3) Auth0 Blog: Building an app with Nette and adding authentication php[architect]: Community Corner: PHP TestFest Has Returned! Laravel News: Testing With PhpSpec
Xdebug Update: October 2019 London, UK Tuesday, November 5th 2019, 09:25 GMT Another month, another monthly update where I explain what happened with Xdebug development in this past month. It will be published on the first Tuesday after the...
In today’s Photoshop tutorial I’m going to show you an effective trick to create a fake shallow depth-of-field, blurred background effect, which helps give your photos that beautiful large aperture look that draws your attention to the subject while everything else is out of focus. To achieve the effect for real you would shoot with […] The post Video Tutorial: How To Blur a Background in Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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