(Peter Vogel) The reality is that you will need to have, at least, two different configurations: one for production and one for development. Here’s how to automate those conversions.
(Dave Stokes) MySQL 8.0.14 came with Lateral Derived Tables as a new feature. But what is that and how do you use them?
(Florian Rappl and Manuel Römer) With the rise of sophisticated backend services living in the cloud, the need for efficient (i.e., developer friendly) APIs has also exploded. Luckily, we have great examples of wonderful APIs out there. Unfortunately, building our own APIs in a similar way is hard w
(K. Scott Allen) There is a special moment of time in the life of every ASP.NET Core process when the application has all the services registered and all the configuration sources in place, but has not yet started to listen for HTTP messages.
(Sagar Pardeshi) In this article, we will explore two ways to expand/collapse HTML table rows.
(Tapas Pal) To present tabular data in our Web applications, developers generally use HTML tables or other UI libraries.
(Allan Hirt) I teased this blog post a little while back at SQLBits, but I’m finally getting a chance to finish this blog post. No stale, scheduled content here – it’s always hot off the presses.
(Honey Sriwas) While many of us would have frequently heard this term “SSL Certificate”, but very few of us actually know what it is or how it works and since very few of us really know what an SSL Certificate is, it’s quite obvious that they might not be aware of its importance or criticality in th
(Pinal Dave) Let me tell you about a real-world scenario which I often see at organizations I work with. In the perfect world, as organizations grow, their team should grow too. But often that isn’t the reality.
(Maria Couceiro) Replication topologies, whether master-slave or group replication setups, may be composed of servers using different MySQL versions.