@scottalanmiller said in Microsoft Brings Pair Programming to the Internet Age with Visual Studio Live:
@coliver said in Microsoft Brings Pair Programming to the Internet Age with Visual Studio Live:
@stacksofplates said in Microsoft Brings Pair Programming to the Internet Age with Visual Studio Live:
Although this seems weird:
Our list of improvements includes support for voice communication
Why include that? Don't bog the editor down with stuff like that.
Literally hundreds of apps that will do voice communications better then this. I can guarantee they'll be using Skype as a backend.
Atom would not have access to Skype.
My mistake I thought it was the VS Live we were talking about.
@kdaffef said in Which cloud server can be the best alternative of DigitalOcean?:
@brandon220 said in Which cloud server can be the best alternative of DigitalOcean?:
Also on Vultr. Very affordable and no issues
Also new on Vultr (DO during 5 years!), you can add any iso you want, and make tons fo snapshots for immediate recovery if issue, price is lower compared to DO, are specifications are better for same price!
That was a major feature that drove a lot of people over there initially.
@kuyaz said in Mangolassi framework:
Just info for bugs : When i zoom (pinch out) in safari ios. Sometimes it break the layout and can goes back to normal size.
I never have a problem with that outside of the hamburger menu.
@scottalanmiller I was following a training video about Chef. I mistakenly thought the instructor was using centos7, the OS he is using for the course is ubuntu. I provisioned a ubuntu vm and i am off to the races. I am new to containers and he is building containers that are centos7 images. Ignorance can be so painful. Thanks for everyone's patience.
You don't know JS free open source book series is probably one of the best resources too. It explains how JS works, other than explaining how to program it in a nice way.
I think that if someone understand well how a programming language works, then he should know how to program it in the proper way, no?
If you were looking for a de facto direct replacement to MS SQL Server and just didn't want to have to "think" much about anything, the obvious choice is PostgreSQL. It is one of the world's most powerful, mature and respected database platforms. It is insanely fast, scales insanely big, is supported on the most enterprise style deployments, does relational the same way that MS SQL Server does and so forth. It is the most direct competitor. And you have loads of top end support options for it. So if you want a safe "starting point", start there. It's hard to go really wrong. But best to do an evaluation of needs as there are just so many great options
@golden3 said in php artisan app:install:
PHP Warning: require(/var/www/html/snipeit/bootstrap/../vendor/autoload.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/html/snipeit/bootstrap/autoload.php
What is on line 17?