Google Chrome 68 now displays “Not Secure” for all non-HTTPS sites. Not ideal for business reputation. Continue reading “Google Chrome 68 shows non-HTTPS sites as “Not Secure””
Do you want lightning-fast SCSS/SASS compilation? I did, so I set out to find the fastest that’s currently out there.
My results are based on the average of three runs compiling 16907 lines of SCSS code on a Macbook Pro, 2.8GHz Intel Core i7, 16GB 1600 MHz DDR3 RAM with macOS High Sierra 10.13.5. Continue reading “node sass vs grunt sass vs dart sass vs ruby sass”
Magento Security Scan is a free tool from Magento Commerce that can scan your Magento store for vulnerabilities on an ad-hoc, daily or weekly basis.
To get started with this tool, read our Magento Security Scan tutorial.
WordPress 4.9 “Tipton” has arrived (well, a day late…), so we’re going to highlight some of the new features and improvements that are included in this release including customiser workflow, coding improvements and widget updates. Continue reading “WordPress 4.9 “Tipton” arrived today”
Starting from 2nd October 2017, Amazon will be charging customers per second instead of per hour. This will be applied to a number of their services, including:
- EC2 instances
- EBS volumes
- EMR (Elastic MapReduce) big data processing
- AWS Batch
- Elastic GPUs
- Provisioned IOPS
This will be welcome news for many of Amazon’s customers who have had to run complex management systems to get value for money on sub-hour workflows. A billing change like this ensures customers can be more flexible and save money when using EC2 instances for tasks not suited for AWS Lamba.
Have you been waiting for per-second billing? Have you switched back to using EC2 instances since this change? Please comment below.