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Introducing Phoenix.LiveView

Phoenix is a framework written in Elixir . It's creator, Chris McCord , showcased an impressive new feature called LiveView at ElixirConf . LiveView is …

Written by murze.be - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 18, 2018


10 practices for readable code

I’ve been writing code for 20 years. During that time I’ve worked with 17 teams coding different languages to build hundreds of projects. These include everything from a simple blog site, to APIs supporting 3,000 requests/second, to top selling apps . From these experiences, combined with the books I’ve read , …

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Written by Jason McCreary - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 18, 2018


Make a POST Request from PHP With Guzzle

I work extensively with APIs and a variety of serverside scripting languages, and best practice does change over time. Many of the most popular posts on this blog are 10 years old, because apparently I was interesting in 2008. Two in particular from around that time relate to making POST requests from PHP ... and …

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Written by Lorna Jane - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 18, 2018


Assertions and assertion libraries

When you're looking at a function (an actual function or a method), you can usually identify several blocks of code in there. There are pre-conditions , there's the function body , and there may be post-conditions . The pre-conditions are there to verify that the function can safely proceed to do its real job . …

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Written by Matthias Noback - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 18, 2018


Bitbucket Pipeline

BitBucket has a nice feature call Pipelines [https://bitbucket.org/product/features/pipelines](https://bitbucket.org/product/features/pipelines) for $0 you can, even for private repos have a decent CI flow. > Private repos CI Pipeline $0!! It took a bit to get going though since the docs do not talk about PHP …

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Written by Alfred Nutile RSS - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 18, 2018


Bitbucket Pipeline

BitBucket has a nice feature call Pipelines [https://bitbucket.org/product/features/pipelines](https://bitbucket.org/product/features/pipelines) for $0 you can, even for private repos have a decent CI flow. > Private repos CI Pipeline $0!! It took a bit to get going though since the docs do not talk about PHP …

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Written by Alfred Nutile RSS - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 18, 2018


Fear of Decoupling

Objects talk to each other via their methods. In mainstream programming languages, like Java or C#, an object may have a unique set of methods together with some methods it is forced to have because it implements certain types, also known as interfaces . My experience of speaking with many programmers tells me that …

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Written by Yegor Bugayenko - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 18, 2018


Extended Validation Certificates are Dead

That's it - I'm calling it - extended validation certificates are dead. Sure, you can still buy them (and there are companies out there that would just love to sell them to you!), but their usefulness has now descended from "barely there" to "as good as non-existent". This change has come via a combination of …

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Written by Troy Hunt - - Aggregated on Monday September 17, 2018


Smaller Additions

Let's review a few smaller - yet still important - updates to Laravel 5.7. You'll learn about a new base directory for your JavaScript and CSS assets, …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Monday September 17, 2018


★ A tags field for Nova apps

A while ago I ditched the custom admin of this blog in favour of Laravel Nova . As you might have noticed every blog post on murze.be has some tags. Nova …

Written by murze.be - - Aggregated on Monday September 17, 2018


2018 @Scale Conference Recap

The @Scale Conference is an invitation-only technical event for engineers who work on large-scale platforms and technologies. This year’s event took place on September 13 at the San Jose Convention Center, where more than 2,500 attendees gathered to discuss how to build applications and services that scale to …

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Written by Facebook Code - - Aggregated on Monday September 17, 2018


Overcast 5: Watch, Siri, search, and redesign!

I apologize for the low battery level. Busy day. It all started with the watchOS volume widget. You see, Overcast’s previous Apple Watch app really sucked. I did my best with the capabilities of watchOS 1–4, but I couldn’t give people what they really wanted: Standalone podcast playback on the Apple …

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Written by Marco Ament - - Aggregated on Monday September 17, 2018