In this short tutorial, I’d like to focus on Swift’s brand new syntax for availability checking. If you’ve done any amount of iOS or OS X development, then I’m sure you know how tedious it can be to check if a particular API is available on the device your application is running on. In Swift […]
July 3, 2015
Whether we admit it or not, today’s customer experience is all about omni-channel. People are reaching out to companies on the phone, via text message, through emails and webforms—you name it, someone’s using it. When customers reach out to customer service, they most often use three or […]
Today, we’re happy to release a very large icon set: the freebie contains 500 icons in four editable variants: outlined, solid, webby and flat, covering all sorts of various categories. The icons allow you to customize the stroke width and style, not to mention that you can change the color of the elements. They’re carefully […]
If you use npm private packages then there’s a very serious data leak that you should be aware of. Metadata for private packages was accidentally made available from the public replication endpoint.
I’ve included the full announcement below:
We need to notify you of a serious security incident that was discovered today, July 2nd.
In this series, we’re discussing custom APIs in Magento.
In the first part, we created a full-fledged custom module to implement the custom API, in which we created the required files to plug in the custom APIs provided by our module.
In this second and last part, we’ll go through the back-end section to demonstrate […]
July 2, 2015
Sergio is was born in Chile and is the Co-Founder and Director of Continuum in Lima, Peru. […]
The commercial media industry is undergoing a major transition as content providers move away from proprietary web plug-in based delivery mechanisms (such as Flash or Silverlight), and replace them with unified plug-in free video players that are based on HTML5 specifications and commercial media encoding capabilities. Browsers are moving away from plug-ins as well, as […]
OpenCart has became a very useful eCommerce framework for small to medium level online stores. Although it provides comprehensive features in its stack, it maintains a simple framework, with a nice modular architecture that can be extended. In this article, we’ll focus on certain elements of the bootstrapping process.
Although there are lots of […]
Sindre Sorhus is the author of over 600 modules on npm. He recently wrote a long GitHub comment about why we should use small modules, and I asked for permission to reproduce the text on DailyJS. Read on to learn about why small modules make programming easier, and why it’s not really about […]