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Whether you're on the hunt for a way to turn your hobby into a legitimate business or you're a seasoned vendor looking to expand and grow, figuring out how to get paid in a way that's quick, painless, and affordable is one of the most important operational problems you'll need to solve. Processing online payments,...
The Job of an editorial illustrator is to create images that grab a readers attention and engages them in the topics being discussed. When it comes to producing a magazine or newspaper, the worded content is just the beginning. The overall design of the product must entice and highlight the
Everyone has an idea for a mobile app, from your mom to the guy you met in line at the grocery store. You might even be one of those people, if you are reading this tutorial. Building your own app really gives you the ability to create anything you can imagine. For some people, the idea is the easy part; when it comes to making it a reality, they have no clue where to start.
The internet has become a global phenomenon and barring cataclysm will continue to increase in size, influence, and utility. As a result, there are constant
I've seen many people complaining that street advertising doesn't have much room for innovation, but here we are about to contradict these complains. Just like any other ad space medium, streets are also allow you to reach more specific audiences, but streets are not limited to that because it can be a space for creative imagination, and these creative street marketing campaigns are good evidence of this. Guerrilla marketing works because it's simple to understand, easy to implement and outrageously inexpensive. These creative marketing campaigns are the perfect example of how ad agencies use some of the most creative minds … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
The Laravel News site has posted a tutorial that takes you deeper with factories when using the framework looking at the factory states. I suspect that if you are familiar with Laravel that you might use factories and possibly even factory states in your application development. The documentation shows you the mechanics of using factories to seed and create test data, but there are a couple of guiding thoughts to using factories with your models effectively that I'd like to consider. He starts with two options he sees for using factory states: making them with static values or using them to make simple models instead. He goes through these two options, introducing some of the basic concepts of each, how it would work and the code to make it happen. He also covers a few other approaches including the use of a trait to include the factory functionality directly in a class. He finishes the post with a few links to more information in the Laravel manual and other outside resources/tools.
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I received an email from a Spoon Graphics reader last week who wanted some advice for creating a striped type effect in Illustrator, citing a retro 70s style logo as an example. I was sure I’d created a similar effect in a recent tutorial, but it turned out to be the title art I produced […] The post How To Create a Retro 70s Style Striped Logo Type Effect appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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
While many guides to creating forms for the web are mainly focused on the frontend, security goes beyond that. We have to consider the current user, other users, and our own security. As such, we will look at the whole application architecture from frontend to backend and beyond. Encrypt Traffic (SSL) Before we get too far, I will be using the term "SSL" to refer to a technology used to encrypt traffic on the internet. Technically, I mean Transport Layer Security (TLS), but "SSL" is commonly used and understood to mean the same thing. It's what gives websites the little green lock in the URL bar and why they start with "https" instead of "http" (no "s").
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