While most people are happily browsing their favorite websites and content across the web, a relatively unknown yet important competition is happening between the major web CMSs. If you are a web developer, you have a stake in this competition, because it has a significant impact on how your website is perceived by the world.
China’s first major science fiction blockbuster, about a future where humanity has come together and formed a world government, is a big and beautiful movie. It could be a game-changer, writes critic Travis Johnson.
At Drupal Europe 2018, Dries Buytaert, the founder and lead developer of the Drupal content management system announced that Drupal 9 will be released in 2020. Yesterday, he shared a much detailed timeline for Drupal 9, according to which it is planned to release on June 3, 2020.
When Drupal 9 is released, it will be the first major release since sematic versioning and six-month minor release cycles were adopted. When exactly Drupal 9 might get released has only been lightly discussed so far, and while it will likely still be some way off, the earlier we talk properly about it, the better prepared everyone will be when it happens.
Drupal issued an update to patch a vulnerability in its Symfony library that if exploited would give an attacker to gain access to higher level caches and web servers.
The issue, CVE-2018-14773, effects many Symfony versions, 2.7.0 to 2.7.48, 2.8.0 to 2.8.43, 3.3.0 to 3.3.17, 3.4.0 to 3.4.13, 4.0.0 to 4.0.13 and 4.1.0 to 4.1.2 versions of the Symfony HttpFoundation component. This issue is resolved by updating to 2.7.49, 2.8.44, 3.3.18, 3.4.14, 4.0.14, and 4.1.3.
APPLE co-founder Steve Jobs is considered one of the most influential tech visionaries of a generation, but there were some things he couldn’t quite predict.
When he introduced the company’s most famous product in 2007, the iPhone, the device did not provide any support for third-party software. Jobs believed that web apps served over the internet could provide adequate functionality but pretty quickly developers managed to “jailbreak” the phone and begin coding third party apps and put them on the device via programs like Installer.app.
Today, Google announced a partnership with the New York-based startup Digital Asset, which makes tools to build blockchain-based apps. The partnership adds to one Google already has with BlockApps, another startup that helps people make decentralized apps, which announced the collaboration last Wednesday on Twitter.