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Symfony 2.8.13 released

Symfony 2.8.13 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #20289 Fix edge case with StreamedResponse where headers are …

Written by Symfony blog - - Aggregated on Thursday October 27, 2016


ES6 Template Literals, the Handlebars killer?

I had a recent discussion with one of the awesome developers at the FT - @bjfletcher . We were looking at how viable it would be to replace a templating language, like Handlebars with ES6 Template Literals, in some manner. Ben suggested it’d be a good idea to turn our discussion into a post, and here we are - …

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Written by Keith Cirkel - - Aggregated on Wednesday October 26, 2016


Tagged Template Literals

One feature that comes along with template literals, or template strings, is the ability to tag them. That means is that we can run a template string through a function, and rather than have the browser immediately assign that value to a variable, we can have control over how this actual string is made. I’m …

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Written by Wes Bos - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 25, 2016


Switching to Google AMP and back

A few months ago I added support for AMP to this blog. Not that it desperately needed it, but the premise seemed interesting and I figured it would be good to get some experience with new technology. The real selling point for me is how fast this website would appear in search results. The switch to AMP This …

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Written by Evert Pot - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 25, 2016


Reflections on ZendCon 2016

ZendCon is a large conference, one which receives quite a lot of promotion, and one where you can meet a wide range of people from throughout the community. Given that, it was an excellent opportunity, both personally and professionally. And it wouldn’t have been possible without support and encouragement from so …

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Written by Matthew Setter - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 25, 2016


Automating PHPUnit with Node

I've been trying to automate everything this year. When working on OSS, this is usually as simple as setting up Travis CI ; in some cases , even that becomes a little more involved , but remains possible. But that's continuous integration . What about continuous development ? Continuous development? …

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Written by Matthew Weier o'Phinney - - Aggregated on Monday October 24, 2016


Switch

Jon wrote: NINTENDO SWITCH. Discuss. Lukas wrote: With games like Splatoon, Zelda, and that new amazing looking Mario, it"™s going to do better than the Wii U, but it really feels like Nintendo is snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. They don"™t seem to understand what makes Nintendo consoles both …

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Written by ignorethecode.net - - Aggregated on Sunday October 23, 2016


Becoming a Polyglot Developer (again)

When I started out developing software over 15 years ago, I was using Java and C++. To me, at least nostalgically, this was the heyday of the languages which I knew. That might seem like a rather peculiar thing to say, given that I was just starting out, and that I've spent the majority of my professional software …

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Written by Matthew Setter - - Aggregated on Saturday October 22, 2016


Ontdek onze vernieuwde Knowledge Base

Toegegeven: onze Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) zag er al wat verouderd uit. Daarom hebben we er afgelopen zomer werk van gemaakt om het in een nieuw jasje te steken. Het resultaat? Ontdek het zelf op https://kb.openminds.be . Het einde van Underpants Onze vorige FAQ, ook bekend onder de naam ‘ Underpants …

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Written by openminds - - Aggregated on Friday October 21, 2016


Ontdek onze vernieuwde Knowledge Base

Toegegeven: onze Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) zag er al wat verouderd uit. Daarom hebben we er afgelopen zomer werk van gemaakt om het in een nieuw jasje te steken. Het resultaat? Ontdek het zelf op https://kb.openminds.be . Het einde van Underpants Onze vorige FAQ, ook bekend onder de naam ‘ Underpants …

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Written by openminds - - Aggregated on Friday October 21, 2016


ZendCon 2016

It's just past 5AM as I start writing this. I'm sitting downstairs in the ZendCon hotel, with a view on an empty bar and brightly coloured gambling machines. Since I woke up at 3AM (don't you love jetlag?) and today is the day I travel back home, I've been reflecting on the conference. I'll be missing a few sessions …

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Written by Stefan Koopmanschap - - Aggregated on Friday October 21, 2016


ZendCon 2016

It's just past 5AM as I start writing this. I'm sitting downstairs in the ZendCon hotel, with a view on an empty bar and brightly coloured gambling machines. Since I woke up at 3AM (don't you love jetlag?) and today is the day I travel back home, I've been reflecting on the conference. I'll be missing a few sessions …

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Written by Stefan Koopmanschap - - Aggregated on Friday October 21, 2016