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laravel-news.com Laravel Prompts Adds a Multi-line Textarea Input, Laravel 11.3 Released - Laravel News

This week, the Laravel team released v11.3, which includes multi-line text in Laravel Prompts, a Session:hasAny() method, a Context::pull() method, and more.

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www.gamingonlinux.com Explicit GPU Synchronization for Xwayland now merged

The day is finally here. Xwayland now has the code for Explicit GPU Synchronization merged after waiting over a year for everything to be ready.

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bun.sh Bun v1.1.3

Fixes 5 bugs. bun install gets 50% faster on Windows. A bug that could cause bun install to hang in rare cases has been fixed. A bug where some errors in bun install would not produce a non-zero exit code has been fixed. A bug that could cause specific certain combinations of dependencies to fail to

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sergeytihon.com F# Weekly #14, 2024 – ionide/FsAutoComplete

Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from this past week: News Testing Your Native AOT Applications – .NET Blog (microsoft.com) Making AI powered .NET apps more consistent and intell…

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  • Pinbot
  • District Panic
  • SimpleDungeons
  • Frood Robotics
  • Desvelado
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bun.sh Bun v1.1.2

Fixes 4 bugs (addressing 44 👍 reactions). EBUSY on Windows in vite dev, next dev, and saving bun.lockb has been fixed. Object cloning gets 6x faster. Bun Shell gets support for seq, yes, basename and dirname. A TypeScript parsing edgecase has been fixed. A bug causing 'unreachable code' errors has

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sergeytihon.com F# Weekly #14, 2024 – ionide/FsAutoComplete

Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from this past week: News Testing Your Native AOT Applications – .NET Blog (microsoft.com) Making AI powered .NET apps more consistent and intell…

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blog.jetbrains.com IntelliJ IDEA 2024.1 Is Out! | The IntelliJ IDEA Blog

IntelliJ IDEA 2024.1 has been released with dozens of improvements to various parts of the IDE listed in this blog post.

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blog.jetbrains.com The Ktor Plugin Registry Has Launched! | The Kotlin Blog

The Ktor plugin registry facilitates the submission of community plugins to the Ktor team, categorizes plugins for optimized searching, and provides users with documentation.

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Get Started with Embedded Swift on ARM and RISC-V Microcontrollers
  • Theres a large writeup someone did on the swift discourse a couple years ago about it https://forums.swift.org/t/introduce-embedded-development-using-swift/56573

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    My Love-Hate Relationship With Lemmy – Gavi's Blog
  • Not all work with someone happens from opening up issues or PRs

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    Lemmy Active Users looking good
  • For old reddit style theres mlmym which fills that niche better (e.g. for you that would be at https://old.lemmy.world)

    Default UI is currently getting overhauled in a bunch of different ways. Lemmy-Leptos for Lemmy itself, and new UIs for Sublinks and Piefed as they get constructed

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    Managing enemy spawn large world
  • I dont know how larger games do it but it mostly depends on what kinds of enemies and what genre of game youre doing.

    If you have a lot of enemies that will be spawned and despawned and they are mostly the same you can do an object pool where instead of destroying the object it gets hidden and added to the back of the pool for another enemy to spawn in as in the future by showing it and moving it to the correct spot

    In terms of when to spawn it usually (assuming youre doing most genres) you can just spawn it right outside the view of the player when they hit a trigger. In games I usually make enemies are spawned on a timer since it tends to be more arcade like and in that case you usually just spawn them outside the range of the player in a random location around a radius after X amount of time has passed

    Can give more specific things if I know the genre

    Also downvote is likely someone from the all feed

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    Gleam version 1 – Gleam Language Release
  • Yes, or it compiles to JavaScript. From the version 1 post

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    MySQL moment
  • Tried looking. According to one of the users who posted it its by 0x00 whos the person who made floor 796. All things I can find relating to them are floor 796 related though and can't find where this was originally posted

    Heres floor 796 though if anyones interested https://floor796.com

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    TIL about Sublinks, a Java-based alternative to Lemmy's backend
  • All lemmy apps are sublinks apps, it has api compatibility

    The demo site also isn't an instance for accounts, its a demo

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    TIL about Sublinks, a Java-based alternative to Lemmy's backend
  • API pretty much already has parity, should be done way quicker than that

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    TIL about Sublinks, a Java-based alternative to Lemmy's backend
  • Theres more than just the api repo and pull requests are squashed in some of them making it show as less

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    Good GitHub alternatives?
  • For self hosting there's also Forgejo which is a fork of Gitea

    Thats what Codeberg uses

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    Apple Wants To Kill PWAs
  • Its in the embedded tweet

    Stands for progressive web app which is an app which uses web technologies. Can be both a web page and a mobile app on a phone. Can be added as an app to your phone through a browser rather than downloading it from an app store

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    What country are you from and do you call it 1) elementary, junior high, high school 2) elementary, middle school, high school, 3) primary, ???, secondary?
  • Canada (Ontario)

    • preschool
    • junior kindergarten, senior kindergarten, grades 1-6 | elementary school
    • grades 7-8 | middle school (or also elementary if the school is K-8)
    • grades 9-12 | high school
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    How do I use this account on lemmy and vice-versa?
  • Theyre two different softwares with two different apis, you can't

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    FLOSS communities right now
  • Lemmy is indexed so can be found on search engines while discord cant

    For internal search without using a search engine discord has had way more devs, time and money thrown at it. Still would say its barely better than lemmy (just is cause of the time filters)

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    Lemmy sucks because instead of original content for post it's all links to another sites 90 percent of the time .
  • Its a link aggregator, links get aggregated

    Theres a bunch of original content if you look at the right communities. For example !foodporn@lemmy.world

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    Should you Stay Technical as an Engineering Manager?
  • Same popup on both. Button to dismiss is labelled continue reading

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    graphic design is my passion
  • Also misskey and the main forks (iceshrimp, sharkey)

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    Should you Stay Technical as an Engineering Manager?
  • Shouldnt be paywalled, theres a popup but you can just dismiss it and the only thing its doing is asking you to subscribe to the persons email list

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    graphic design is my passion
  • sublinks

    not technically released yet but I assume it will in some form before the next canvas. Should be relatively easy to support since it has lemmy api compatibility on release

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