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There are many CSS optimization techniques to tackle potential file size and performance issues. Let's take a look at some of them. After all, if deploying the refactored codebase causes loading or performance issues, it will result in less traffic and revenue, which might leave the management and project managers dissatisfied.
2021 has been a successful year for Next.js. A small ecosystem has now developed around the lightweight React framework and Vercel, the startup behind the open-source project, has secured funding in the form of Series B funding of $40 million. High time to take a closer look at the framework. We list reasons why Next.js could also be in good hands in your tech stack. Next.js was released in version 1.0 in October 2016. The framework for React should combine the advantages of Facebook's popular view library with solutions for their disadvantages.
Graphic design is everywhere -- it's used in traditional marketing efforts like billboards and flyers, and more importantly, it's used in nearly every single digital marketing initiative from web design to social media marketing. If you're a business that's working with a digital marketing agency for any number of marketing campaigns (especially web design), it's […] The post 24 Must-Know Graphic Design Terms appeared first on WebFX Blog.
Libraries.io is a new project for web designers and developers. It helps you stay on top of libraries, modules, and frameworks from the open source ocean. Nimble Search Engine Ignores Platform Borders Libraries.io is growing [...]
The Cash on delivery is still one of the most popular payment choices for many of the customers. People still feel reluctant while adding their card details on websites. It becomes handy for the customers as they have to pay after getting their products in hand. Cash on delivery is beneficial for customers in every [...]
One of the crucial components of determining the success of the design is the Design Process used by the designer. Design Process basically consists of the procedure, a systematic series of steps prescribed for creating the design. The Design Process is not only helpful to designers in creating a flawless design, but it is also […] The post 6 Tried & Tested Design Processes to Try On Your Next Project appeared first on Line25.
Latest PECL Releases:rdkafka 3.1.2 * Fix build ahocorasick 0.0.7 Issue #21 fixed. Problem with buffering all previous searches in the trie. swoole 4.4.0 Backward incompatible changes --- Consistent with PHP official, no longer supports PHP7.0 (@matyhtf) Remove the Serialize module, which is maintained in a separate ext-serialize extension. Reason: Due to frequent changes to the PHP kernel, stability cannot be guaranteed Remove the PostgreSQL module and maintain it in a separate ext-postgresql extension. Reason: PostgreSQL uses asynchronous ways in the kernel and lacks the necessary unit tests to guarantee quality Runtime::enableCoroutine is no longer automatically compatible with the internal and external environment of the Coroutine. Once enabled, all blocking operations must be called in the Coroutine (@matyhtf) Due to the introduction of the new CoroutineMySQL client driver, the underlying design is more standardized, but there are some small downward incompatible changes CoroutineMySQL->fetch/nextResult is optimized for on-demand reads, which will trigger IO scheduling When the defer attribute is on, the request of statement needs to use statement->recv to receive the response When the defer/fetch_mode feature is enabled, if there is unreceived data, a new request will be banned Unlike asynchronous, the connected attribute is no longer updated based on events in real-time (It's not reliable) but is updated after the IO operation fails CoroutineHttpClient->set_cookie_headers no longer have key names (#2664) (@twose) Deprecated content The Buffer module will be discarded. Reason: It is highly replaceable and has low usage. It can be replaced by PHP string or fopen("memory") The Lock module will be discarded. Reason for discarding: There may be problems with locking in the Coroutine. You can use Chan to implement the Lock of the Coroutine version Since async stream_socket_pair is introduced, it is recommended to enable the hook by flag SWOOLE_HOOK_STREAM_FUNCTION instead of SWOOLE_HOOK_STREAM_SELECT New features Added Library, using pure PHP to write kernel functions instead of C/C++, providing the following features Added high quality PHP module CoroutineWaitGroup (@twose) Use the PHP code to implement the CURL hook, one-click to make the CURL non-blocking, currently the experimental feature, you need to call Runtime::enableCoroutine(SWOOLE_HOOK_CURL) to open (@matyhtf) (@Yurunsoft) Use PHP code to implement exec/shell_exec of Coroutine version (#2657) (@Yurunsof) When RuntimeHook is turned on, the function array_walk, array_walk_recursive will be replaced by the version of Swoole, which will solve the problem that the native function cannot be reentrant, but it will not be able to traverse object (@matyhtf) (@twose) Added a new Coroutine Preemptive Scheduler to prevent the Coroutine from taking too long CPU time to cause other Coroutine to starve. Open the swoole.enable_preemptive_scheduler = On by php.ini. For details, see preemptive_scheduler (@shiguangqi) Added Timer::list() to get TimerIterator, which can traverse all timers, TimerclearAll clears all timers, Timerinfo(int $id) gets timer information, Timer::stats() gets the global timer status (#2498) (@twose) Added two methods getOption and setOption for CoroutineSocket (9d13c29) (@matyhtf) Added $master_pid property and shutdown method to ProcessPool (a1d6eaa) (@matyhtf) Added the 4th parameter of the constructor of ProcessPool, when true, the underlying layer will automatically create the Coroutine in the onWorkerStart callback (8ceb32cd) (@matyhtf) Support non-blocking stream_socket_pair in Runtime hook (#2546) (@matyhtf) Added static_handler_locations setting of HttpServer to set static file path (@matyhtf) Added CoroutineHttpClient->setBasciAuth method to automatically send Authorization header (#2542) (@hongbshi) Added CoroutineHttp2Client->ping method (40041f6) (@shiguangqi) Added task_use_object (#2659) (aa01317) (@twose) Enhancement New CoroutineMySQLClient driver (#2538) (@twose) The underlying programming mode using C++ and Coroutine (sync writing, async performance) Support SSL connection (configure ['ssl' => true] when connect) Support request with large data (unlimited) Support response with large data (unlimited) Support fetch to read by line (now fetch is read on demand, data without fetch does not consume user memory) (#2106) Support nextResult read on demand (ibid) Optimized protocol parser date related type decimal precision support Error code and information are consistent with PDO/mysqli CoroutineRedis compatibility mode, enabled by $redis->set(['compatibility_mode' => true]), which can make the result of hmGet/hGetAll/zRange/zRevRange/zRangeByScore/zRevRangeByScore consistent with phpredis (#2529) (@caohao-php) Now 100K Coroutine are allowed to exist at the same time by default (c69d320b) (@twose) Support bailout (can exit the process correctly when a fatal error occurs in the Coroutine) (#2579) (@twose) Server can display a friendly 400/404/503 when error occurred (@matyhtf) (f3f2be9d) Server enable reload_async and send_yield by default (#2555) (9d4a4c47) (@matyhtf) Server->onFinish callback is in Coroutine (@twose) CoroutineHttpClient enable websocket_mask by default (c02f4f85) (@twose) Scheduling operation of Channel outside the Coroutine is no longer allowed (519b6043) (@twose) WebSocketServer will close the connection when the handshake fails (#2510) (@twose) Under the Linux, the dead parent process will automatically send a signal to kill the child process (4b833a3d) (@matyhtf) Memory optimization of Socket->recv (642a3552) (@twose) Floating point calculation optimization (#2572) (@tangl163) All built-in classes prohibit cloning/serializing/unseting-declared-properties (f9c974b8) (@twose) Server->bind will generate a warning and return false when uid is more than UINT32_MAX Support PHP7.4 (#2506) (@twose) Fixed Fixed getProcess of ProcessPool (#2522) (@matyhtf) Fixed a bug that exceptions were ignored in some special cases (@twose) Fixed memory leak by timer after fork process (8f3abee7) (@twose) Fixed timezone on non-Linux systems (#2584) (@devnexen) Fixed enable_coroutine=false + task_enable_coroutine=true (#2585) (@matyhtf) Fixed Http2's trailer method can not output a empty value header (#2578) (@twose) Fixed CoroutineHttpClient->setCookies memory error in special cases (#2644) (@Yurunsoft) Fixed #2639 (#2656) (@mabu233) Fixed arginfo_swoole_process_pool_getProcess (#2658) (@mabu233) Fixed static_handler does not support soft links (@matyhtf) Fixed a bug (I don't know how to describe it) (22504dd4) (@matyhtf) Fixed Server->getClientInfo error (#2639) (@matyhtf) Fixed an illegal operation of the same Socket with multiple Coroutine operations (#2661) (@twose) Fixed swoole_table iterator coredump (#2663) (@mabu233) Coroutine scheduler ? Added SwooleCoroutineScheduler class as the entry for the cli script, replacing go() + SwooleEvent::wait() Added SwooleCoroutineRun function to provide wrapper for SwooleCoroutineScheduler go() + SwooleEvent::wait() may be deprecated Internal Continuous underlying code quality optimization work (@swoole) More unit tests, and use the assertion library swoole/assert based on webmozart/assert secondary development (@twose) Completely abolish the Windows support plan CoroutineHttp2Client refactor (f64874c3) (@matyhtf) The faster callback function caller (@twose) Experimental content May add CoroutineServer and CoroutineHttpServer in 5.0 solr 2.5.0 - Atomic Updates (partials) - Simple Optimistic Concurrency - Compatibility with PHP 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, latest 7.4 - Enable gzip encoding if server supports it - Fix Real Time Get requests fails if it wasn't the first request - Fix addQueryField return wrong query - Fix Solr Extension build fail with curl 7.19+ gRPC 1.22.0 - gRPC C Core 1.22 update rdkafka 3.1.1 * Expose query watermark offsets (#219, @gytislakavicius) * Support sending timestamp (epoch ms) in producev (#228, @lkm) * Fix KafkaTopic::producev causing segfault on librdkafka 1.0.0 (#222, @Steveb-p) * Fix version parsing (#224, @dariuskasiulevicius) datadog_trace 0.29.0 ### Fixed - Edge case where the extension version and userland version can get out of sync #488 Changed Prefix hostnames as service names with host- to ensure compatibility with the Agent #490
If you think postcards are an outdated instrument of communication, then you need to change your perspective. Apart from the fact that digital communication mediums have taken a large portion of the market, postcards are still used to showcase love, affection, and concern in greater depth. This classical tool has more meaning and respect in […] The post 18 Highly Creative Postcard Mockups for Designers first appeared on Line25.
The StarTutorial site has posted the latest in their "Modern PHP Developer" series of posts outlining some of the more recent changes to PHP and its ecosystem that can help you become a better developer. In this latest post they focus on Exceptions in PHP - the types, handling them and when they're most useful. Since PHP 5 was released, Exception is added to PHP as an object-oriented programming language feature. By definition, an Exception is an exceptional event during program execution. In PHP, an Exception is simply an object (an instance of Exception class). When an exception occurs, PHP will halt current execution flow and look for an handler, and then it will continue its execution by the handler's code. If no handler is found, a PHP Fatal Error will be issued with an "Uncaught Exception ..." message and the program terminates. The tutorial is then broken down into several parts: When to use Exception How to use Exception Create your first custom exception 5.3 SPL exceptions RuntimeException For each item in the list, there's a summary of the topic and code examples to help illustrate the points made.
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