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Qt Visual Studio Tools 3.2.0 Released
www.qt.io Qt Visual Studio Tools 3.2.0 Released

The blog post announces the release of Qt Visual Studio Tools version 3.2.0, now available on Visual Studio Marketplace and download.qt.io. New features include experimental QML LSP server support and full compatibility with Visual Studio 2022 on ARM64. Additionally, Qt MSBuild files are now offered...

Qt Visual Studio Tools 3.2.0 Released
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Terraform Enterprise adds Podman support and workflow enhancements
www.hashicorp.com Terraform Enterprise adds Podman support and workflow enhancements

Customers can now deploy Terraform Enterprise using Podman on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Recent releases also improve VCS, policy, and run task workflows at scale.

Terraform Enterprise adds Podman support and workflow enhancements
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OpenTofu 1.7.0 is out with State Encryption, Dynamic Provider-Defined Functions, and more
opentofu.org OpenTofu 1.7.0 is out with State Encryption, Dynamic Provider-Defined Functions, and more | OpenTofu

OpenTofu 1.7.0 is now available with full state encryption, dynamic provider-defined functions, the removed and loopable import blocks, new migration guides, and much more.

OpenTofu 1.7.0 is out with State Encryption, Dynamic Provider-Defined Functions, and more | OpenTofu
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GLEWBOT scales buildings like a gecko to inspect wall tiles
blog.arduino.cc GLEWBOT scales buildings like a gecko to inspect wall tiles | Arduino Blog

A great deal of building maintenance expenses are the result of simple inaccessibility. Cleaning the windows are your house is a trivial chore, but cleaning the windows on a skyscraper is serious undertaking that needs specialized equipment and training. To make exterior wall tile inspection efficie...

GLEWBOT scales buildings like a gecko to inspect wall tiles | Arduino Blog
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Best practices for optimizing Flutter web loading speed
medium.com Best practices for optimizing Flutter web loading speed

As a Flutter developer working with the Google Flutter team and personally in my private time, I encounter and understand the concerns…

Best practices for optimizing Flutter web loading speed
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Kubernetes 1.30: Preventing unauthorized volume mode conversion moves to GA
kubernetes.io Kubernetes 1.30: Preventing unauthorized volume mode conversion moves to GA

With the release of Kubernetes 1.30, the feature to prevent the modification of the volume mode of a PersistentVolumeClaim that was created from an existing VolumeSnapshot in a Kubernetes cluster, has moved to GA! The problem The Volume Mode of a PersistentVolumeClaim refers to whether the underlyin...

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A Week of Symfony #906 (6-12 May 2024)
symfony.com A Week of Symfony #906 (6-12 May 2024) (Symfony Blog)

This week, Symfony continued tweaking and polishing the new features of Symfony 7.1, which will be released at the end of May 2024. Meanwhile, we published some blog posts showcasing Symfony 7.1 featu...

A Week of Symfony #906 (6-12 May 2024) (Symfony Blog)
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Zed Decoded: Linux when?
zed.dev Zed Decoded: Linux when? - Zed Blog

In this episode of Zed Decoded, Thorsten talks to Mikayla, who's been leading the effort to Zed working on Linux, about the Zed's Linux version and how it's taking shape

Zed Decoded: Linux when? - Zed Blog
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Electron 30.0.0
www.electronjs.org Electron 30.0.0 | Electron

Electron 30.0.0 has been released! It includes upgrades to Chromium 124.0.6367.49, V8 12.4, and Node.js 20.11.1.

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GitHub Availability Report: April 2024
github.blog GitHub Availability Report: April 2024

In April, we experienced four incidents that resulted in degraded performance across GitHub services.

GitHub Availability Report: April 2024
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[Video] 5 Games Made in Godot // This week in Godot - May 11, 2024
  • Pest Apocalypse
  • Tempus Bound
  • Path of Achra
  • Croakoloco
  • TDark Souls Concept
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Ubuntu 24.10 “Oracular Oriole” Is Slated for Release on October 10th, 2024
9to5linux.com Ubuntu 24.10 “Oracular Oriole” Is Slated for Release on October 10th, 2024 - 9to5Linux

Ubuntu 24.10 “Oracular Oriole” was slated for release on October 10th, 2024, featuring the upcoming GNOME 47 desktop and Linux 6.10 kernel.

Ubuntu 24.10 “Oracular Oriole” Is Slated for Release on October 10th, 2024 - 9to5Linux
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Rider 2024.1.2 Is Now Available!
blog.jetbrains.com Rider 2024.1.2 Is Now Available! | The .NET Tools Blog

Our second update for JetBrains Rider 2024.1 is now available for download! You can get this latest version from our website, via the Toolbox App, or by using snaps. This minor release goes beyon

Rider 2024.1.2 Is Now Available! | The .NET Tools Blog
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Get Started with Embedded Swift on ARM and RISC-V Microcontrollers
  • Theres a large writeup someone did on the swift discourse a couple years ago about it https://forums.swift.org/t/introduce-embedded-development-using-swift/56573

  • Winged cargo ship saves three tonnes of fuel per day on first voyage
  • Rather than usual sails these are solid and foldable and act more like plane wings

  • What’s new in Mojo SDK v0.5 (14 Nov 2023)
  • huh yeah I can see that the date is november

    for some reason it popped up on my rss reader as coming out last week but guess someone edited the page and it pushed it out to the feed as new. Hasnt been posted to the community yet so I guess ill keep it up for archiving reasons

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  • Ok then that with the post you linked its more like shitstorm with Lemmy rather than about Sublinks like in your title

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  • When you say devs in the start of the post, which devs are you referring to. You never clarify

  • My Love-Hate Relationship With Lemmy – Gavi's Blog
  • Not all work with someone happens from opening up issues or PRs

  • Lemmy Active Users looking good
  • For old reddit style theres mlmym which fills that niche better (e.g. for you that would be at https://old.lemmy.world)

    Default UI is currently getting overhauled in a bunch of different ways. Lemmy-Leptos for Lemmy itself, and new UIs for Sublinks and Piefed as they get constructed

  • Managing enemy spawn large world
  • I dont know how larger games do it but it mostly depends on what kinds of enemies and what genre of game youre doing.

    If you have a lot of enemies that will be spawned and despawned and they are mostly the same you can do an object pool where instead of destroying the object it gets hidden and added to the back of the pool for another enemy to spawn in as in the future by showing it and moving it to the correct spot

    In terms of when to spawn it usually (assuming youre doing most genres) you can just spawn it right outside the view of the player when they hit a trigger. In games I usually make enemies are spawned on a timer since it tends to be more arcade like and in that case you usually just spawn them outside the range of the player in a random location around a radius after X amount of time has passed

    Can give more specific things if I know the genre

    Also downvote is likely someone from the all feed

  • Gleam version 1 – Gleam Language Release
  • Yes, or it compiles to JavaScript. From the version 1 post

  • MySQL moment
  • Tried looking. According to one of the users who posted it its by 0x00 whos the person who made floor 796. All things I can find relating to them are floor 796 related though and can't find where this was originally posted

    Heres floor 796 though if anyones interested https://floor796.com

  • TIL about Sublinks, a Java-based alternative to Lemmy's backend
  • All lemmy apps are sublinks apps, it has api compatibility

    The demo site also isn't an instance for accounts, its a demo

  • TIL about Sublinks, a Java-based alternative to Lemmy's backend
  • API pretty much already has parity, should be done way quicker than that

  • TIL about Sublinks, a Java-based alternative to Lemmy's backend
  • Theres more than just the api repo and pull requests are squashed in some of them making it show as less

  • [xkcd] Dependencies (16 Jun 2010)
  • Back to posting these. Took a week break but should be doing them daily again

  • Good GitHub alternatives?
  • For self hosting there's also Forgejo which is a fork of Gitea

    Thats what Codeberg uses

  • Apple Wants To Kill PWAs
  • Its in the embedded tweet

    Stands for progressive web app which is an app which uses web technologies. Can be both a web page and a mobile app on a phone. Can be added as an app to your phone through a browser rather than downloading it from an app store

  • Researchers develop world's first functioning graphene semiconductor | Breakthrough could eventually lead to terahertz processors
  • The amount of transitors in integrated circuits has been doubling every two years for ~ 50 years so there would be a lot of similar headlines. People thought that would stop in 2022 but this might change that

    (People have also been speculating about it for awhile but this is it actually functioning)

  • Why a language name is Zig?
  • The name was created from a program that generates random three letter words. No real meaning

    Theres a gist made by the creator but it generates 4 letter sequences instead of 3 https://gist.github.com/andrewrk/73742bf4b8ed795c85ce

  • Qt for MCUs 2.6.1 Released
  • Microcontrollers

    MCU = MicroController Unit

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