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Spotify Is Getting Into Live Audio

Spotify announced that it will acquire Betty Labs, the company behind the Locker Room, which focuses on live audio. Spotify is best known for its music streaming business but has expanded into new audio formats while hunting for both a competitive edge in its core market and methods of generating...

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The Louvre’s Collections Are Now Accessible Online

Covid-19 has brought us a Louvre Collections online. You simply must see these collections if you want to grow as a human being so check them out from the comfort of your home and I promise you will want to go and see them in person. The Louvre Museum announced that its entire collections are now...

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Node.js April 2021 Security Releases

Maintained projects that rely on Node.js will be updated per schedule. Summary The Node.js project will release new versions of all supported release lines on or shortly after Tuesday, April 6th, 2021. Three High severity issues Impact The 15.x release line of Node.js is vulnerable to two high...

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Bootstrap 5 Beta 3 is here :)

The final beta for Bootstrap 5 has come with some amazing new changes (including a new component!), documentation updates, and more. It brings fixes for important bugs since the last release, in particular with dependencies. Next up, stable release! We have offcanvas component, finally! Thanks to...

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WordPress Stories: A New Way to Engage Your Audience

Since the early days of Snapchat, which made the format so popular, Stories have become a powerful way to engage audiences on social media. Today, over 500 million Instagram accounts use Stories every day. Now, you can publish Stories on your website — a place where you truly own your own content....

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Lightsail Databases MySQL 5.6 End-of-Life date is August 3, 2021

Dear partners if AWS sent you THIS email don’t worry all my projects are deployed using the new MySql 8. NOTE: If you do not currently have a Lightsail database running MySQL 5.6, and are not planning to create one, this notice does not apply. Amazon Lightsail is starting the end of life (EOL)...

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What's new with Bootstrap Icons v1.4.1

Maintained projects that rely on Bootstrap Icons will be updated per schedule. Latest Bootstrap Icons update has arrived to fix a few bugs and improve build tooling. Key changes Here are the highlights from this release: Updated: PowerPoint icons now look more capitalized Fixed: skip-forward and...

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Node v12.22.0 (LTS) is out - notable changes

Maintained projects that rely on Node.js will be updated per schedule. The legacy HTTP parser is runtime deprecated The legacy HTTP parser, selected by the --http-parser=legacy command line option, is deprecated with the pending End-of-Life of Node.js 10.x (where it is the only HTTP parser...

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A vulnerability in the netmask npm package, tracked as CVE-2021-28918

Maintained projects that rely on this npm package are updated or will be as soon as there is an update. A vulnerability in the netmask npm package, tracked as CVE-2021-28918, could be exploited by attackers to conduct a variety of attacks. The Netmask class was developed to parse and understand IPv4...

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Symfony 4.4.21 and 5.2.6 released

Maintained projects that rely on Symfony will be updated per schedule. What is Symfony? Symfony is a PHP web application framework and a set of reusable PHP components/libraries. It was published as free software on October 18, 2005 and released under the MIT license. Symfony aims to speed up the...

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A new version of Bootstrap Icons v1.4.0 is available

Bootstrap Icons v1.4.0 adds over 60 new icons as part of a completely new time category. Also included are some long-sought vertical alignment improvements and a handful of tag and category updates. Alignment changes New in this release is a change in vertical alignment: -.125em. This new alignment...

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Mozilla has reduced the lifespan of TLS certification to 1 year

Mozilla has officially announced that as of September 1, 2020, it will no longer consider valid any newly issued certificate with a shelf life of more than 398 days or just over a year. Browser developers and certificate security experts have been trying for some time to reduce the lifespan of a TLS...

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