Angular

The State of end-to-end testing with Angular

Photo by Diego PH on Unsplash In the Angular v12 release blog post we announced plans to investigate the future of Protractor. Based on community feedback via the RFC process, we’ve decided to deprecate Protractor, while working with the community to find a long term support option for active projects that wish to continue using Protractor. […]

Angular v14 is now available!

photo by Emma Twersky We are excited to announce the release of Angular v14! From typed forms and standalone components to new primitives in the Angular CDK (component dev kit), we’re excited to share how each feature makes Angular more powerful. Since our last release, we completed two major requests for comments (RFC), which provided an […]

Laravel

Benchmark Code With Laravel’s Newest helper

With the release of Laravel 9.32, a benchmarking helper was introduced, which is useful for quickly testing performance of certain parts of your application. The post Benchmark Code With Laravel’s Newest helper appeared first on Laravel News. Join the Laravel Newsletter to get Laravel articles like this directly in your inbox.

Writing to the Database with Eloquent

Eloquent is one of the most powerful and amazing features in a modern framework today. From casting data to value objects, transactions, and relationships. The post Writing to the Database with Eloquent appeared first on Laravel News. Join the Laravel Newsletter to get Laravel articles like this directly in your inbox.

Java

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

iPhone 6 is now considered a ‘Vintage’ product by Apple

iPhone 6 will certainly remain in the memory of many Apple users as it was the company’s first smartphone with a considerably larger display than its predecessors. The phone was discontinued a few years ago, but it still gets security patches and technical support from Apple – perhaps not for much longer. Apple has now […]

Now Playing Plus solves a corner complication on the Apple Watch

Apple Watch aficionado Craig Hockenberry of The Iconfactory has scratched his own itch with a new app we can all appreciate. more… The post Now Playing Plus solves a corner complication on the Apple Watch appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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