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It's Drupal Contrib Wednesday! Post recent contrib module likes/dislikes

Drupal - Open Source Content Platform - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 09:07

Have you tried a new module or theme recently, or do you have a favorite that nobody seems to know about? Tell us what you like or dislike.

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Inbound email processing with servers in Europe

webdev: reddit for web developers - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 08:39

I am looking for an inbound email processing service that parse the message, checks DKIM/SPF and sends the result (message parts, attachments and DKIM/SPF results) as a JSON to my URL. For compliance, I need all this to happen in servers in the European Union.

So far, I have found:

Mailjet: Has their servers in Europe but doesn’t include in the JSON the DKIM/SPF test result.

Mailgun: Has a European region, but doesn’t check DKIM/SPF for emails with attachments.

Do you know a service I can try?

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Bypass Mailgun inbound spam filter by sending email with attachment

webdev: reddit for web developers - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 08:27

I tried Mailgun’s inbound email parsing service that features a spam filter. However, when I tried this service with an email with an attachment of 1MB, the email was not checked for DKIM, SPF or spam score.

I reached Mailgun’s support, and they replied:

Thank you for contacting Mailgun support. After further investigation I was able to replicate the behavior. I have confirmed that his is intended behavior. Our systems are designed to prioritize performance over the spam filter. As such, messages with large attachments may not be placed through the filter in order to ensure a quick delivery.

Does this "intended behavior" make sense to you?

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Will web development become automated?

webdev: reddit for web developers - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 07:56

Will web development become automated? Like back end front end, python JavaScript etc.. Will AI automate and make web developers obsolete? If so how far away are we and is it even possible or will there always need to be human interaction with coding to work properly?

If web development became automated and put developers out of work, could they pick up work in like AI development or Android development etc.. If they learn that code, which i assume wouldn't take terribly long if they're already a full stack developer? Or would those be 100% different coding from web development?

Thanks for the answers

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Material 4 Dart - Dialog package is out


Live examples:

More examples: https://www.mikemitterer.at/service/diverse-live-beispiele-fuer-github-repositories/

This is just a snippet taken from snackbar-source to demonstrate how templating and event-binding works. Thats all you have to do. Overwrite "template" and "events".

@override String get template => """ <div class="mdl-snackbar ${_snackbarClasses()}"> <span class="mdl-snackbar__flex">${text}</span> ${_hasConfirmButton ? ''' <button class="mdl-button mdl-js-button mdl-button--colored" data-mdl-click="onClose()" autofocus> ${confirmButton} </button>''' : ''} </div> """; @override Map<String, Function> get events { return <String,Function>{ "onClose" : () => _onClose() }; }

This example shows how to use/create custom dialogs: https://github.com/MikeMitterer/m4d_dialog/tree/master/samples/m4d_dialog/lib

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Can anyone explaind to me why nodejs requires polyfill on old browsers?

webdev: reddit for web developers - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 05:02

I started looking into nodejs a few days back. I have worked with js ES6 before with arrow functions and using let and understand why some old browsers require a polyfill.

But why do websites or "apps" build on node ( like react ) require polyfill, isn't nodejs serverside js and then "appended" to an element?

Please don't hate me for asking but I couldn't find a proper answer on google. Thanks guys!

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Drupal - Open Source Content Platform - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 04:36

Hi all,

I've been working on a side project which allows the creation of throwaway test/demo instances of Magento 2 Community, Drupal 8 and WordPress. More platforms and features to come in the future.

You can create a test instance with the specific version of the platform you want, configure to your liking without any hassle.

It's still in beta and has some bugs, but any feedback is much appreciated.


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How can I view console without inspect element?

webdev: reddit for web developers - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 03:09

The IT guy at my school has disabled the console when I inspect. I think it is called the Javascript console. Is there an other way I could debug, eventually print?

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Is it normal to combine PHP and Python on a website? will i face problem?

webdev: reddit for web developers - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 03:05

So lets say i want some pages in my website to be in php and some of them be python, because i usually code PHP for back end but some useful python libraries are not present in PHP so i have to make some pages in python, will there be any problem in the website if i do this? is this normal?

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How would you convert a realtime MySQL/PHP/Angular.js app from polling to sockets?

webdev: reddit for web developers - Tue, 11/13/2018 - 23:22

When our app was first created, there was nothing long running, so synchronous PHP was fine. Eventually we added a couple of long running operations using Beanstalk. Angular updated by polling for the resource until it's status showed it had finished updating. Now we need to be able to cascade background operations while keeping the GUI up to date. For this, polling would be too complicated or slow, so we want to use sockets.

  1. Can we keep the sockets in PHP? How does Racket perform, and how easy is it to use?
  2. We are slowly migrating to Node.js, so we are open to doing the sockets in Node, but how should we get the updates to the sockets? Should we
    1. Use RabbitMQ to communicate between PHP server and Node Server?
    2. Convert MySQL to Postgres and use Notify/Listen?
    3. Store changes in RethinkDB and publish the changes out on sockets?
    4. Something simpler/better I'm completely unaware of?
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profile recommendations on medium for devs web / Django

webdev: reddit for web developers - Tue, 11/13/2018 - 23:14

self-explanatory, I created an account in the medium today and I follow only hackernoon, hackerrank and freecodecamp.

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