Source: CSS exclusions with Queen Bey - Chen Huijing Let’s introduce: Exclusions. This is a new feature coming up to the CSS of the future. And I say that because currently this feature is only supported in two browsers: IE and Edge 😮 and there is a working draft spec.
Now, what does this new feature do? Well, do you remember floats? Perfect, because exclusions are somewhat floats but behave differently.
So, here is a new version of one of the most beloved browser in the scene right now. Since the release of Firefox Quantum, Firefox has seen some growth in their user base, and that’s not only why people has switched to the Fox browser, there seems to be a trend on getting away from Google Services and try to give some power to other companies in order to improve the balance of market share.
Vue’s next version (3.0) changes and features As the time goes on, all major browsers have adopted ES2015 and a lot features that Vue tries to solve are already solved in this language version, so Vue will get rid of this features and leverage on those implemented in the language itself in order to make the core of the framework smaller, faster and more powerful.
High-level API changes Regarding the API of the framework everything is gonna be untouched except for render functions and scoped-slots which will probably change their syntax.
What is Kubernetes? A system for managing containerized applications across multiple hosts, providing basic mechanisms for deployment, maintenance, and scaling of applications.
Some examples of the possibilities of Kubernetes are: - Automation of deployment and replication of containers. - Scaling in or out containers on the fly. - Group containers and provide load balancing between them. - Simplicity on rolling out new versions of application containers on production, without downtime.
In the past year or so people in tech have experienced an increment in the appearance rate of the following concepts: machine learning, artificial intelligence, deep learning, convolutional network, training, dataset, neural networks, etc…
In this article I’m going to cover some of this concepts before getting our hands dirt.
Disclaimer: i’m not an expert of this field. I’ve just got into this by myself and I could be wrong.
Suddenly, a few days ago, someone asked me for my flash drive and he was acquaintance of me so I gracefully handed it, furthermore it seemed that he was in a rush so I didn’t carefully thought about it.
Half an hour past that event I asked him for the usb because I noticed he wasn’t using it anymore. I took the usb and inserted onto a machine (not my personal one, thankfully) and weirdly all of the files on the drive had the appearance of a shortcut icon.
TL;DR Go to about:config, look for these settings and change their values.
To remove the fullscreen fading: full-screen-api.transition-duration.enter => 0 0 full-screen-api.transition-duration.leave => 0 0 full-screen-api.transition.timeout => 0 To remove the fullscreen warning: - full-screen-api.warning.timeout => 0 Did you ever notice how long does a video go fullscreen on Firefox? I mean, you double click it, the screen goes black, and a second-ish later the video actually appears.
It’s been a couple of weeks since I switched to Firefox because I want to support The Open Internet and Mozilla says it’s an ethical browser. Even though, being ethical or not, I don’t agree with the idea of Google controlling every corner of the web. So after switching I noticed something that really itched me instantly: opening autoplayed videos pages in new tab doesn’t autoplay.
In Chrome autplay videos do not auplay until the tab is in foreground or active.
Hello people, I am realising that the most effortless way for me to think on blog topics is to talk about relatively recent problems that I’ve had to solve. So that’s what I’m gonna do today, well not today actually, because I write this articles in a course of days and not in a single day.
After this brief introductory paragraph about my thoughts I’m gonna start to relate how did I solve the problem stated in the title.
Hi, this is my first blog post, and I am going to describe the process (that I recently had to take) to send emails with PHP and using a SMTP server.
First of all what we need is a SMTP Server that we can get freely in Gmail or other Free Mail Services such as Zoho. Once signed up you need to know the server settings and credentials, usually the smtp server is a subdomain of said service so for example in Gmail the smtp would be: smtp.