Fearless Security: Memory Safety is a broad overview of some ways the Rust programming language improves on memory management and race conditions in languages like C or C++ without going full handwave/don’t worry your pretty head about that we’ll manage everything for you. As I’ve gotten more real world experience with Go, it’s interesting to me how the “post C++ hardware systems languages” (Rust, Go, Swift) are all optimized for solving the problems of C/C++ programmers. It becomes extra interesting when you consider which of the Java/C# or PHP/python/ruby conventions these languages embrace, eschew, or flat out reject.
While this isn’t a straight up decorator tutorial, it does describe a practical application of the pattern which (unlike most of the decorator pattern documentation I’ve read) is a decent way of getting your head around the who/what/where/when/why of this pattern, particularly if you’re interested in Symfony’s built-in decorator support.
If there’s one certainty about the start of a new year, it is rife with new predictions. Made by everyone from thought leaders to corporations, predictions related to business generally forecast new trends about to hit the industry.
And while the potential they offer may be exciting, the sheer volume of these predictions can be overwhelming to the average business owner.
To make things easier, we've narrowed it down to the 3 most important trends that will ultimately have the greatest impact on eCommerce Conversion Rate Optimization in 2019:
3 Key Findings from the Mobile eCommerce Optimization Initiative
The conference celebrates record-breaking attendance
I’m not sure I completely understand what Twitter Cards are — “frozen caveman developer who has drifted away from publishing software, etc.”. I tend to think of them as the stuff Twitter automatically adds to a tweet when you include a link. One thing I do know about Twitter Cards is if you accidentally publish something that’s a mistake, (like a bunch of PHP errors added to a page and then statically published to your site, for example), the content of these Twitter cards are cached, with unclear-to-me rules on how often that cache is refreshed. Some googling about led […]
I’m not sure I completly understand what Twitter Cards are — “frozen caveman developer who has drifted away from publishing software” and all that. I tend to think of them as the stuff twitter automatically adds to a tweet when you include a link. I have recently learned though if you accidently publish something that’s a mistake, (like a bunch of PHP errors added to a page and then statically published to your site), the content of these twitter cards are cached, with unclear-to-me rules on how often that cache is refreshed. Some googing about led me to a professinal-looking-but-maybe-content-farm-but-maybe-not-2019-amirite […]
Announcing improvements to our flagship Magento Commerce platform
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Sylius for Magento and PHP Developers. Earlier posts include Five First Impressions of the Sylius eCommerce System, Symfony's Service Container, and Symfony: Autowiring Services. This is the most recent post in the series. This was almost a series of quickies posts — while it’s impractical to dive deep on each/every one of these Symfony service configuration values, there is some value to briefly talking about each one and linking off to the official docs. There’s nothing worse than debugging a problem and finding a handful of service configurations you’ve never […]
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This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Sylius for Magento and PHP Developers. Earlier posts include Five First Impressions of the Sylius eCommerce System, and Symfony's Service Container. Later posts include A Brief Look at Every Symfony Service Configuration. Last time we covered the basics of Symfony’s service container. The service container has been with Symfony since the early days of Symfony 2, and will likely always be at the heart of the Symfony system. However — programming fashion changes. These days it’s hard to walk out your PHP door and not trip over the phrase dependency […]
This week Magento announced top contributors from the past year. I was so thrilled to see my name in the top 50 Magento contributors of 2018. It is an honor […]
We are delighted to announce that Magento Master Phillip Jackson will return to the Imagine 2019 stage as the Master of Ceremonies.
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We’ve got some pretty amazing twists for this round.
We are proud to report that we completed our 2018 mission
Changelog of the maintenance release:
- Fix #425: Fixed reindex command syntax (by Simon Sprankel)
- Fix #428: Unused property (by Leandro F. L.)
- Fix #432: Add method used by newer symfony version (by AreDubya)
Thanks for bug reporting and contribution.
Keep an eye out for great contributions from these community members and be sure to thank them for all they’ve done!
Qualified Alumni continue to contribute year over year