Category: Dev

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PhpStorm 2017.3 Release Candidate is available

We are glad to announce that PhpStorm 2017.3 Release Candidate build 173.3727.84 is now available! If you want to learn all the details about the new features or to get yourself a copy to try right away, please visit our website. This build delivers new … Continue reading →

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AWS Certificate Manager: Easier Certificate Validation Using DNS

Now, you can use AWS Certificate Manager DNS validation to establish that you own or control a domain name when requesting certificates with ACM. Certificates are used to secure network communications and establish the identity of websites over the Internet. Before issuing a certificate for your site, Amazon must validate...

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Introducing the Symfony Maker Bundle

If you've been around the Symfony community for some time, odds are you know and
have used the SensioGeneratorBundle. It's a popular bundle (+20 million
downloads) that provides console commands to generate boilerplate code, like
controllers and entities. It also includes a basic CRUD generator.
Given that...

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Symfony 4.0.0-RC1 released

Symfony 4.0.0-RC1 has just been released. Here is a list of the most
important changes:

bug #25077 [Bridge/Twig] Let getFlashes starts the session (@MatTheCat)
bug #25082 [HttpKernel] Disable container inlining when legacy inlining has been used (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #25022 [Filesystem] Updated...

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Kubernetes at GitHub

Over the last year, GitHub has gradually evolved the infrastructure that runs the Ruby on Rails application responsible for github.com and api.github.com. We reached a big milestone recently: all web and API requests are served by containers running in Kubernetes clusters deployed on our metal cloud. Moving a critical...

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Building A Simple AI Chatbot With Web Speech API And Node.js

 

 

Using voice commands has become pretty ubiquitous nowadays, as more mobile phone users use voice assistants such as Siri and Cortana, and as devices such as Amazon Echo and Google Home have been invading our living rooms.

These systems are built with speech recognition software that allows their...

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How Dropbox securely stores your passwords

It’s universally acknowledged that it’s a bad idea to store plain-text passwords. If a database containing plain-text passwords is compromised, user accounts are in immediate danger. For this reason, as early as 1976, the industry standardized on storing passwords using secure, one-way hashing mechanisms (starting with...