While working with open source code the following questions arise:
The first question is very general and the short answer is YES. The other two, unfortunately, are unique cases and it’s impossible for someone to know beforehand.
Here’s what you should do for the other two. One thing that you can do is to take a look at the package/module/dependency that you want to use. …
Depending on what you do, there are often a few tools that you use from time to time that help you in your work. Some of them can even have daily use.
Here is an organized list of the top resources I use the most while working as a web developer.
This list contains resources in the form of tools, websites and even articles.
Their order is random, based on their order that they appear in my bookmarks :)
The first tool on this list is Carbon. As their description says, Carbon is a tool for sharing images of the source code. The main advantage is that you can share an image of a code snippet and at the same time, the URL of the page changes to reflect the code you wrote. …
We live in a world where everything is connected. The need to send and receive data is greater than ever. Such intensive communication requires a strong basic architecture, which facilitates these message exchanges in a stable and reliable way in terms of message integrity.
ActiveMQ is a message broker built on top of Java Messaging Service, JMS.
MQ stand for Message Queue and the purpose of this applications is exactly to solve the problem mentioned above.
Such applications are used as a communication bridge between two or multiple other applications, regarding the programming language they are written in via different protocols. …