In projects where you need to work with video data - converting video files or creating frame screenshot preview for a video, convert mp3 etc. it is very likely you will decide to use ffmpeg.
It is open source and free lib that is de-facto standard tool to operate with media files. But in Linux repositories it is often outdated version of ffmpeg and to get most recent features you'd better compile it from source. It is not a trivial things to get all needed dependencies, that's why I have gathered it all in one bash script.
Correct, short and illustrative talk on aspects of informational security that even IT people are missing. Also we always need to remember that all our tracks in the Network are quite easy to find.
Russian subtitles are available
Collection of free resources to dive into Node.js.
I prefer quite small, useful and clear articles/books (and I would not be so clever to post official docs links here, I hope you have already found it and know what to do in case of emergency :)).
I'll try to order it from very basic to more sophisticated, so if you don't know where to start... just start from the very beginning of the list.
ActiveQuery::joinWith()to support joining with relations + Discussion over another "join with" approach And the documentation for joining with relations
BaseActiveRecord::markAttributeDirty() to force updating a record when callingupdate()`
BaseActiveRecord::updateAttributes()- a shortcut to
update()when data validation is not needed and only a list of attributes need to be updated.
ActionColumn::controllerproperty to support custom controller for handling GridView actions
Html::activeRadioList()will submit an empty string if no checkbox/radio is selected
Tawk.to free live chat service
ImprovMX -create free email aliases for your domain name. Catch-all addresses, redirect to a webhook and send from it.
Skaffold tool that facilitates continuous development for Kubernetes-native applications. Continuously deploys to your local or remote Kubernetes cluster.
DoItLive is a tool for live presentations in the terminal. It reads a file of shell commands and replays the commands in a fake terminal session as you type random characters.
Sonic is a fast, lightweight and schema-less search backend. An alternative to Elasticsearch that runs on a few MBs of RAM.