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For this configuration you can use web server you like, i decided, because i work mostly with it to use nginx.
Generally, properly configured nginx can handle up to 400K to 500K requests per second (clustered), most what i saw is 50K to 80K (non-clustered) requests per second and 30% CPU load, course, this was
2 x Intel Xeon with HyperThreading enabled, but it can work without problem on slower machines.
You must understand that this config is used in testing environment and not in production so you will need to find a way to implement most of those features best possible for your servers.
|docker exec CONTAINER /usr/bin/mysqldump -u root --password=root DATABASE > backup.sql|
|cat backup.sql | docker exec -i CONTAINER /usr/bin/mysql -u root --password=root DATABASE|
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:YOUR-USERNAME/YOUR-FORKED-REPO.git
cd into/cloned/fork-repo git remote add upstream git://github.com/ORIGINAL-DEV-USERNAME/REPO-YOU-FORKED-FROM.git git fetch upstream
Or, 16 cool things you may not have known your stylesheets could do. I'd rather have kept it to a nice round number like 10, but they just kept coming. Sorry.
I've been using SCSS/SASS for most of my styling work since 2009, and I'm a huge fan of Compass (by the great @chriseppstein). It really helped many of us through the darkest cross-browser crap. Even though browsers are increasingly playing nice with CSS, another problem has become very topical: managing the complexity in stylesheets as our in-browser apps get larger and larger. SCSS is an indispensable tool for dealing with this.
This isn't an introduction to the language by a long shot; many things probably won't make sense unless you have some SCSS under your belt already. That said, if you're not yet comfy with the basics, check out the aweso
I've been deceiving you all. I had you believe that Svelte was a UI framework — unlike React and Vue etc, because it shifts work out of the client and into the compiler, but a framework nonetheless.
But that's not exactly accurate. In my defense, I didn't realise it myself until very recently. But with Svelte 3 around the corner, it's time to come clean about what Svelte really is.
Svelte is a language.
Specifically, Svelte is an attempt to answer a question that many people have asked, and a few have answered: what would it look like if we had a language for describing reactive user interfaces?
A few projects that have answered this question:
⚠ This post is fairly old. I don't keep it up to date. Be sure to see comments where some people have posted updates
What this will cover
This gist is an example of how you can simply install and run and extended Postgres using
docker-compose. It assumes that you have
docker-compose installed and running on your workstation.
git clone https://gist.github.com/b0b7e06943bd389560184d948bdc2d5b.git
If you're reading this, you probably suggested to somebody that a particular technical problem could be solved with a blockchain.
Blockchains aren't a desirable thing; they're defined by having trustless consensus, which necessarily has to involve some form of costly signaling to work; that's what prevents attacks like sybil attacks.
In other words: blockchains must be expensive to operate, to work effectively. This makes it a last-resort solution, when you truly have no other options available for solving your problem; in almost every case you want a cheaper and less complex solution than a blockchain.
In particular, if your usecase is commercial, then you do not need or want trustless consensus. This especially includes usecases like supply chain tracking, ticketing, and so on. The whole *p
First, Lets find out what version of PHP we're running (To find out if it's the default version).
To do that, Within the terminal, Fire this command: