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Imran Latif dives deep into streaming and output buffering in PHP, explaining the ins and outs on various demos. Tune in to streamify your app.
Got a bit understanding. Test the code but see some unexpected result. Or probably just didn’t fully understand yet.
George Fekete expands on previous posts about common PHP mistakes by listing 18 critical oversights in PHP and general web development
Long read. Good list. Honestly, done not all of them. Wonder how to apply these on WordPress theme development.
Android app developers face a difficult tradeoff when it comes to showing web content in their Android app. Opening links in the browser is familiar for users and easy to implement, but results in a heavy-weight transition between the app and the web. You can get more granular control by building a custom browsing experience on top of Android’s WebView, but at the cost of more technical complexity and an unfamiliar browsing experience for users. A new feature in the most recent version of Chrome called custom tabs addresses this tradeoff by allowing an app to customize how Chrome looks and feels, making the transition from app to web content fast and seamless.
Already experience this feature in some apps, like Feedly and WordPress Mobile. But just know it’s called Custom Tab.