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Use and Reuse Everything in SVG… Even Animations! | CSS-Tricks
.blue-cube { --mainColor: #009CDE; --strokeColor: #0079ad; --lightColor: #00affa; --darkColor: #008bc7; } .
svg  css 
8 weeks ago
upscaledb - embedded database technology
upscaledb is an embedded key/value database engine. The upscaledb library is developped in C/C++, but can be used from .NET, Java, Erlang, Elixir and Python. upscaledb stores a set of databases (sorted key/value lists) in a single file, or in-memory. The databases are optimized for fast reads and writes, and even faster scans. Each database is stored in a B-Tree index structure. In addition, upscaledb supports ACID transactions, transparent encryption, compression and many other features that he...
9 weeks ago
Creating root-level directories and symbolic links on macOS Catalina | Der Flounder
One of the changes which came with macOS Catalina was the introduction of a read-only root volume for the OS. For users or environments which were used to using adding directories to the root level of the boot drive, this change meant they could no longer do that.

To address this need, Apple added a new method for creating directories at the root level which leverages Apple File System’s new firmlink functionality. Firmlinks are new in macOS Catalina and are similar in function to Unix symbolic links, but instead of only allowing travel one way (from source to destination) firmlinks allow bi-directional travel.

The use of firmlinks is exclusively reserved for the OS’s own use, but Apple has also made available what are called synthetic firmlinks. These synthetic firmlinks are how the OS enables folks to create directories and symbolic links on the read-only boot volume. For more details, please see below the jump.
To create a synthetic firmlink, you need to do the following:

1. Create a file in the /etc directory named synthetic.conf.
2. Make sure /etc/synthetic.conf has the following permissions:

root: read, write
wheel: read
everyone: read

3. In /etc/synthetic.conf, define the name(s) of the empty directory or symbolic link you want to have appear at the root level.
4. After all desired entries have been made, save the /etc/synthetic.conf file.
5. Restart the Mac to apply the changes.
unix  osx 
9 weeks ago
Python built-ins worth learning - Trey Hunner
In every Intro to Python class I teach, there’s always at least one “how can we be expected to know all this” question. It’s usually along the lines of either:…
python 
9 weeks ago
Vue Native
Vue Native - The Progressive JavaScript Framework For Mobile Apps
12 weeks ago
Making a Better Custom Select Element ◆ 24 ways
Day 1: Making a Better Custom Select Element by Julie Grundy
css  ux  accessibility 
december 2019
Cool New Features in Python 3.8 – Real Python
🚀 #Python 3.8 has been released! Learn what's new and how to use it at What's your favorite 3.8 feature?
python 
october 2019
The 5 mistakes you’re likely making in your one-on-one meetings with direct reports - Signal v. Noise
The 5 mistakes you’re likely making in your one-on-one meetings with direct reports
management 
october 2019
Build your own Custom Lucene query and scorer
Every now and then we’ll come across a search problem that can’t simply be solved with plain Solr relevancy. This usually means a customer knows exactly how ...
solr 
october 2019
21 Brand Style Guide Examples for Visual Inspiration
This would give nice examples on how to document the logo for UQLab and UQWorld logos
october 2019
Using layered box-shadows to create smoother & sharper shadows | Tobias Ahlin
The kind of article about CSS and UI that I like. 😍

Layered smooth box-shadows, by @tobiasahlin
css3 
september 2019
timothycrosley/hug: Embrace the APIs of the future. Hug aims to make developing APIs as simple as possible, but no simpler.
hug - Embrace the APIs of the future. Hug aims to make developing APIs as simple as possible, but no simpler.
september 2019
Where to put buttons on forms by Adam Silver
Excellent form UI/UX/design advice with simple examples
ux  ui 
september 2019
Memory management in Python | Artem Golubin
To speed-up memory operations and reduce fragmentation Python uses a special manager on top of the general-purpose allocator, called PyMalloc.
memory  python 
august 2019
How SAML 2.0 Authentication Works
At its core, Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0 is a means to exchange authorization and authentication information between services. SAML is frequently used to implement internal corporate single sign-on (SSO) solutions where the user logs into a service that acts as the single source of identity which then grants access to a subset of other internal services.
july 2019
bloomberg/solr-operator: A Kubernetes Operator for deploying and managing clouds of Apache Solr instances.
A Kubernetes Operator for deploying and managing clouds of Apache Solr instances. - bloomberg/solr-operator
kubernetes  solr 
july 2019
What we learned from user testing of accessible client-side routing techniques with Fable Tech Labs | GatsbyJS
We conducted 5 user testing sessions with Fable Tech Labs to determine which client-side routing techniques are the most accessible to people with disabilities. With this research, we can make more informed decisions for accessible page changes in sites built with Gatsby, React, and beyond.
july 2019
How to Section Your HTML
Great info on using the various sectioning tags such as section, article, et al.
june 2019
Vue.js And SEO:
Tips on how to optimize reactive websites for search engines and bots
june 2019
Docker is different: configuring Gunicorn for containers
Docker is different: configuring Gunicorn for containers https://t.co/AWae5unOhY

— Richard Laksana (@RichardLaksana) May 21, 2019
docker  python 
may 2019
Multiclass Text Classification From Start To Finish
"So you have some text and you want to classify it. So you have multiple classes for your text and you want to classify it. Well, what are you waiting for?"
python3  solr 
may 2019
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