Wordpress Classic Editor plugin has 5M+ installs except,
Good news is that PHP is not years behind. There are already async extensions and libraries, for example ReactPHP.
Our goal can easily be reached using ReactPHP based on callbacks or promises, but I want to add more magic with RxPHP. It is outstanding approach to solve daily tasks in a way you might never thought before.
So let's describe ultimate goals and move on: Efficially query remote Rest API via HTTP GET.
It does not support changing tooltip position by any methods. In case of HTML tooltips, they appear not in desired position. Next method works, it is based on my findings and own experience.
You've heard, most likely, about elephants of modern web front-end development like Angular or React... May be read some articles about it, but jQuery looks so familiar, why bother?
You are right, you shouldn't. Just try Vue.
Here is a task. There is Android application which uses some REST API over HTTP. This API is in refactoring phase and sometimes fails on random calls. Through application its not possible to understand the real reason. I need to intercept calls and see the details. How to do it with less blood? I am using Mac
In this case I need a small HTML template to be included into my very simple JS project. Since template is multi-line I want to edit it as-is and dont mess with "+" on each line. Here is a simple and elegant solution:
Quite often pages are overloaded with 3rd party APIs or widgets and page loading time becomes a bottleneck in user experience. In my project I need google maps support, but only if user selects one particular tab.
So how to load Google Maps V3 dynamicly, on button click or tab select
CDN is abbreviation for Content Delivery Network. Hard to believe that like 5 years ago it sounded like a rocket science in WWW. Only huge sites were able to afford it and configure it right. Now things have completely changed and today's question is: Why you still do not use CDN for your site or blog?
There’s also an SEO benefit in using a CDN…at least indirectly. Faster sites get more traffic from Google and Bing than slower sites. By making your site faster, you increase the likelihood Google will refer people to your site.
WordPress has its own cron job implementation that allows you to schedule your posts and events. It was done in a way to be simple and it works in most cases.
WP-Cron is not a real cron job, it only works when a page is loaded. When a page is requested, it will then check the database to see if there is anything scheduled and after displays to your reader.
However, in some situations, the WP-Cron does not work well and this leads to posts that missed publication schedule and events not executed. May be you have seen the “Missed Schedule” status.