New to Newsletter — Earn With Paid Subscriptions

Since its debut last December, we’ve been improving WordPress.com Newsletter to meet the needs of writers and creators everywhere. Now we’re introducing a big update — the ability to add paid subscriptions and premium content, whatever plan you’re on. Including the Free plan. Here’s the deal — you can now kickstart your newsletter without spending […]


Angular Developer Survey 2022 Results Summary

The Angular team is evidence driven — we collect feedback from developers to decide what should be part of our roadmap. We get data from dozens of sources such as conversations with people, comments on social media, surveys, market research, and much more. One of the main sources which helps us make informed decisions is our annual […]

Angular v16 is here!

Six months ago, we reached a significant milestone in Angular’s simplicity and developer experience by graduating the standalone APIs from developer preview. Today, we’re thrilled to share that we’re continuing the Angular Momentum with the biggest release since the initial rollout of Angular; making large leaps in reactivity, server-side rendering, and tooling. All this comes […]


Extra Checks for Laravel Server Monitor

If you want to add some additional server checks for Spatie’s Laravel Server Monitor Package, check out this extra server monitor checks package. The post Extra Checks for Laravel Server Monitor appeared first on Laravel News. Join the Laravel Newsletter to get Laravel articles like this directly in your inbox.

Add Debug Comments to Your Rendered Blade Templates

With the Laravel Blade Comments package by Spatie, you can add debug comments to your rendered Blade template output. The post Add Debug Comments to Your Rendered Blade Templates appeared first on Laravel News. Join the Laravel Newsletter to get Laravel articles like this directly in your inbox.


Beautify third-party API with Kotlin

Scala has popularized the ‘Pimp my library’ pattern: This is just a fancy expression to refer to the ability to supplement a library using implicit conversions. — Pimp My Library Pattern in Scala Kotlin does provide the same capability. However, it achieves it via extension functions. While the generated bytecode is similar to Java’s static methods, the developer experience is the same as adding functions to existing types. This approach has limitations, though. One cannot

Apple News

iOS 17 release date: when will iOS 17 be available to download

The next major version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 17, will be announced on Monday as part of Apple’s WWDC presentation. But when can you expect to get your hands on with iOS 17? iOS 17 release date has not been officially confirmed quite yet, but the company usually sticks to a familiar pattern […]

Apple @ Work: Apple’s control over the device management protocol is about protecting the user experience

Apple @ Work is brought to you by Kolide, the device trust solution that ensures that if a device isn’t secure, it can’t access your cloud apps.  If you have Okta, Kolide can help you get your fleet to 100% compliance.  They’re Zero Trust for Okta. Learn more or request a demo today. In a fast-moving digital world, it […]

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