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Built with Jigsaw is a gallery of websites made with Jigsaw, and includes helpful articles about using Jigsaw. Sites features include a link to the deployed website, and in some cases, the GitHub repo of the sites Jigsaw source code: Being able to view the source of Jigsaw projects is an excellent way to learn how developers are using the platform and pick up on their techniques for organizing templates and layouts: Check out builtwithjigsaw.com today!
Mutable dates can be the source of confusion and unexpected bugs in your code. My goal isnt to tell you that DateTime is evil because its mutable, but to consider the tradeoffs and benefits of using mutable versus immutable DateTime objects.
Built For Vue is an open source project that serves as a mirror for projects and packages available on NPM. It combines information from npm and jsdelivr to provide useful stats to help choose the right package for your project.
Posted in vuejs
A brand-new release of the GitHub Desktop app just shipped yesterday that will help you more easily sync up your changes with coworkers and teammates. The headline release feature is that you can compare your branch to another branch in the repository.
The latest version of Laravel 5.6, version 5.6.16, is officially available as of Monday with a couple of new features, including support for executing console commands using the class name. When you call a console command, you typically use the console command name to execute it programmatically: Now with class support, you can call consoles by the name of the class: The View is now macroable, which means you can define custom methods via a service provider boot() method just like many of the other services that ship with Laravel.
The JS Foundation is taking jurisdiction over Architect, an open source software project for provisioning and maintaining cloud infrastructure from a simple text file, with a focus on AWS Lambda and eventually other serverless computing implementations. The Architect project proposes a file format referred to as .arc.
Looking to take some complexity out of microservices deployments, LunchBadger has built an open source API gateway to secure microservices and expose them via APIs. Built on the Express web application framework for Node.js, the Express Gatewayroutes requests to services using Node.js and Express middleware.