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If you are happy with the performance, scalability, and high availability of your current traditional SQL database system (the likes of Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL), then there is no reason to read further. However, if you have growing pains in any of these areas, then a NoSQL or NewSQL offering may be right for you. ..

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At a glance, Google Drive doesn’t allow you to sort files by size, which makes clearing out space kind of a pain. Thankfully, Digital Inspiration points to a hidden little spot where you can find that info. If you hover your mouse over the “space used” text in the bottom left corner in Drive, then ..

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Handling file uploads sucks. Code-wise it’s a fairly simple task, the files get sent along with a POST request and are available server-side in the $_FILES super global. Your framework of choice may even have a convenient way of dealing with these files, probably based on Symfony’s UploadedFile class. Unfortunately it’s not that simple. You’ll ..

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DropzoneJS is an open source library that provides drag’n’drop file uploads with image..

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Laravel plupload support – Handle large fi..

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A JavaScript library for providing multiple simultaneous, stable, fault-tolerant and resumable/restartable uploads via the HTML5 File API.http://www.resum..

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https://speckyboy.com/2016/06/21/open-source-javascript-data-chart-..

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50 HTML5 Tools for Designers & ..

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http://laraveldaily.com/eloquent-shorter-where-clauses-with-w..

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Eloquent and Query Builder have a lot of “hidden gems” which are not in the official docs. For example, if you want to perform GROUP BY and HAVING, there’s a little trick for unnamed columns. Let’s say you want to filter all product categories with more than one products – which means write this query ..

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