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Learn more about vulnerability alerts

I personally hate the posts that include "considered harmful"…and yet, here we are. My first "considered harmful" post. Hopefully my last, but we're still young on the web. Github has launched security alerts recently, and as much as I hate to write, I think the first swing at it is considered harmful . …

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Written by Remy Sharp - - Aggregated on Friday December 8, 2017


Weekly Update 64

Home. The US Congress trip was an epic experience but man it's nice to be back! I got home early Monday morning after a 34-hour door-to-door commute and have spent the last 4 days trying to readjust which means being dead tired by 8pm then up at 4am. Fun times. Anyway, this week is all about British politicians …

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Written by Troy Hunt - - Aggregated on Friday December 8, 2017


Bi-Weekly Laravel Tips From Taylor

I’ve wanted to start sharing small Laravel tips and tricks I use in my daily work for a while now. It’s time to put that plan into action. I’m going to start sending bi-weekly tips via a newsletter. These tips will be things I’m encountering in my daily work with Laravel that I think will improve your Laravel …

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Written by Taylor Otwell - - Aggregated on Thursday December 7, 2017


Decoding Your NPM Scripts

Out of the box, you'll notice that Laravel includes a number of helpful NPM scripts for triggering webpack. To start, the most relevant ones are dev, watch, …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Thursday December 7, 2017


E-commerce: van strategie naar de praktijk

Als digitaal strateeg helpt Mathias klanten hun ambities en doelstellingen te vertalen naar een online (marketing)strategie en websiteconcept. Met zijn eigen webshop stond hij voor een keer aan de andere kant. Strateeg-ondernemer Met mijn jarenlange ervaring als digitaal strateeg en heel wat learnings weet ik …

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Written by Intracto - - Aggregated on Thursday December 7, 2017


Start Compiling Fast

Let's begin by installing the necessary dependencies, and compiling our JavaScript and Sass as quickly as possible, using Mix. It's easy!

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Thursday December 7, 2017


WYSIWYG: Part 2

Let's continue on with our Trix editor implementation. There are a few more places where we'll need to replace a standard textarea with the new wysiwyg …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Wednesday December 6, 2017


Generating training handouts for printing

When training, I like to provide my attendees with a printed copy of the slides with space next to each one to write notes. This handout has 4 slides to a page, along with a title page and I use pdfjam to create it. Pdfjam is a wonderful command line tool for manipulating PDFs and fits the bill perfectly for …

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Written by Rob Allen - - Aggregated on Wednesday December 6, 2017


Slack Enterprise Grid and BotKit

I have the pleasure of using Slack Enterprise Grid on a daily basis as IBM has adopted it internally, I work there, and there are far too many of us to use a single slack instance. The main downside of Slack Enterprise Grid (apart from having about 15 slack organisations running in your client all the time) is that …

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Written by Lorna Jane - - Aggregated on Wednesday December 6, 2017


It's The End of An Era - Goodbye PHP Architect.

It's because I'm the longest, consistent, contributing author, having started writing for them back around 2009. Well, that's what Kevin Bruce told me. It's been a fun and enriching journey these many years — especially if you considered the quality of my writing when I started. While I wasn't terrible, let's just say …

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Written by Matthew Setter - - Aggregated on Wednesday December 6, 2017