Livewire is a full-stack framework for Laravel that makes building dynamic interfaces simple, without leaving the comfort of Laravel.
This looks intriguing. The promise is a sort of shortcode powered ajax interaction for dynamic elements in web pages.
Ratchet is a PHP WebSocket library for serving real-time bi-directional messages between clients and server
Source: Ratchet – PHP WebSockets
Open source – https://github.com/ratchetphp/Ratchet
In the first article in this series, I introduced Home Assistant and why you might be interested in it. In short, Home Assistant is an automation hub for some of the most common smart devices on the market today. It enables centralized coordination of disparate hardware. By using it, you no longer have to choose suboptimal tech from a single vendor to manage your smart home from a single app.
Source: Set up Home Assistant to manage your open source smart home
The first feature release of Drupal 9 includes the new experimental Olivero frontend theme and various additions to the Claro administration theme. Installer performance is improved 20% and full Composer 2 and PHP 8 support is available. Images with known dimensions are set to lazy-load by default to improve frontend performance.
Source: Drupal 9.1.0 is available
Looks like PHP 8, Composer 2, Symphony 4,5,6 will get us to Drupal 9. Upgrades paths from Drupal 7 are stable.
Full article: Beyond lists: digital gazetteers and digital history https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00182370.2020.1725992
It occurs to me that if the platform you’re using for your meeting is more interesting to attendees than the content of the meeting, you’re doing something wrong.
Specifically, Microsoft has decided to remove the Linux kernel from the Windows OS image with WSL2. Instead, the company will deliver it to users’ machines using Windows Update. Users will be able to manually check for new kernel updates by clicking the “Check for Updates” button or by waiting for Windows to do this automatically.
“Our end goal is for this change to be seamless, where your Linux kernel is kept up to date without you needing to think about it. By default this will be handled entirely by Windows, just like regular updates on your machine,” said Microsoft Program Manager Craig Loewen in a blog post today outlining the coming change.
— ZDNet: Microsoft: WSL2’s Linux kernel will be delivered to Windows 10 users via Windows Update. https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-wsl2s-linux-kernel-will-be-delivered-to-windows-10-users-via-windows-update/
Source: Live video streaming with open source Video.js | Opensource.com