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Latest PECL Releases:runkit7 3.1.0a1 - Support php 7.4. igbinary 3.1.0 * Same as 3.1.0b4 xlswriter 184.108.40.206 - FIX merge cells. yar 2.0.6 - Fixed PHP-7.4 compatiblity swoole 4.4.14 Enhancement --- + Now cookie parsing on client-side always succeeds (#3035) (378a7fca) (@twose) Fixed Fixed CoroutineHTTPServer memory leak and can not handle pipeline request (#3025) (#3029) (@twose) Fixed compatibility issues with phar (e0558d6e) (4bf483f5) (4f93b793) (@twose) Fixed the concurrency capability of the Coroutine HTTP2 Server (daf45b57) (@twose) Fixed SIGCHLD listener for manager process (#3017) (@hejingsong) Fixed warning in buffer module (161f449c) (@twose)
Continuous tech innovation is the new and persistent reality for businesses now. Companies are growing exponentially while automating their business workflows, streamlining business processes and smart marketing strategies, and delivering impeccable digital experiences to end customers. The evolving top-notch technologies, increasing business needs, and changing market trends have created a new era of digitalization.
For the last ten years, I have been a part of projects which I would classify as "application modernization initiatives." The goal of such endeavors is to replace a legacy application or service using more recent (and often more supportable) frameworks, design patterns, and languages. In every one of those cases, at least two of the following three lessons have proven true:
On TheCodingMachine.io there's a tutorial posted by David Negrier covering an interesting idea when handling "falseness" in your PHP application - throwing exceptions rather than returning false. In this case, he introduces the "safe" library to help make this easier. At TheCodingMachine, we are huge fans of PHPStan. PHPStan is an open-source static analysis tool for your PHP code. [...] PHPStan has this notion of "levels" and we strive on each of our projects to reach "level 7" (the maximum level). But PHPStan is constantly improving, and reaching level 7 becomes harder and harder as the tool becomes more strict (this is a good thing!). The post includes an example of this increasing strictness, showing how a more recent check looks at a file_get_contents call and ensures all possible return values are evaluated (it returns false when it errors). They refactor the code example to more correctly check for this, but losing some of the "expressiveness". The tutorial then spends some time talking about the history of PHP and why things return false rather than throw exceptions on error. It covers some of the basics of how the safe library works and a PHPStan extension that can help find places that need to be wrapped by "safe" to throw exceptions when false is returned.
AVIF (AV1 Image File Format) is a modern image file format specification for storing images that offer a much more significant file reduction when compared to other formats like JPG, JPEG, PNG, and WebP. Version 1.0.0 of the AVIF specification … Useful Tools for Creating AVIF Images originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter.
Logging, on its own, is a key aspect of any application. Logging helps developers comprehend what it is that their code is doing. It also helps save developers hours of debugging work. This tutorial is about implementing logging in a … The post How to Implement Logging in a Node.js Application With Pino-logger appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Have you been feeling a little unproductive lately? Well, you are not the only one. Of course, we all want to be as productive as possible at work, but that’s not always the case. According to recent research, we are fully productive for less than 3 hours a day. Stress and poor planning are just […] The post 8 Proven Ways to Turbo-Charge Your Productivity first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
The rapid rise and adoption of low-code application platforms is one of the most significant enterprise technology developments since the BYOD movement. Just as BYOD unlocked new opportunities for productivity and cost reduction, the low-code movement promises to reshape employees' relationships with their IT departments. In fact, the proliferation of the technology will mean that … continue reading The post This year proved low-code applications are ready for the enterprise appeared first on SD Times.
Did you know that over 1,000 data breaches in the United States, according to Statista.com, have impacted more than 155.8 million records in 2020? These numbers do not include international communities which have seen dangerous breaches as well. Whether you had been impacted by any of those records or not, it’s a scary statistic. With […] The post 10 Quick Steps To Take If You Received A Data Breach Notice first appeared on Web Design Blog Helping Website and Graphic Designers.
Data visualization plays a big role in delivering more convincing and effective presentations. If you look at any of the slideshows on Slideshare, you'll notice that they all have at least one or two infographic slides showing stats and data about the subject matter. That's because presenting data is the best way to prove and […]
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