- Slash\Escape The first and only slasher themed text based RegEx learning game.
When taking part of a Daily Scrum as Scrum Master, I find it handy to take notes. This makes sure I can hand over the role, if need be. It also means I don't have to rememeber everything as I can look things up in my notes later.
Below is the structure I use as format or "template" for taking notes.
Some things of importance:
This gist provides 3 different data representations of Emoji Popularity per Year, from 2015 to 2021.
The orignal data and source reference can be found at: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kEaoJ_RR4DiChR9iYEBZOG8tmnVUlWAVLs_LHakAjJI/
In order to help other developers understand how to do some basic things in Easy RDF, I have created an example that shows how to read a RDF file, find a node, remove that node or a property from that node and write the result back to the file, using Flysystem.
The Turtle document used in this example is an edited version of the test fixture used in the Solid Link Metadata Tests Suite.
A static HTML has been provided, as well as some quick-and-dirty PHP with a live example (also used to generate the HTML output).
To see the HTML visit https://bl.ocks.org/Potherca/raw/7ab3c4a8d1eca011ef4b4e884b878da0/
Under normal circumstances, a Web Worker should be passed a URL of the script to execute. However, a local function can also be used
This is done by converting a function to a string, converting that string to a Blob, and converting that Blob to an Object URL.
The code to do this would look a bit like this:
|<meta property="og:image" content="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/195757/143425843-2cd178e6-7190-4555-90a3-33977aeb86d1.png"/>|
|<meta property="og:title" content="Hoor wie klikt daar kinderen?"/>|
|<meta property="og:description" content="Een fijne Sinterklaas gewenst, iedereen!"/>|
|<title>Hoor wie klikt daar kinderen?</title>|
This document shows which version of PHPUnit supported which version(s) of PHP.
As stated on the Supported Versions page on the PHPUnit website:
Support means that bugs will be fixed for a version of PHPUnit.
Support for major version X ends two years after its initial release (when major version (X+2) is released).