Guide to Using XcodeBenchmark and Benchmarking XCode Builds
There are many ways to identify and diagnose issues with the performance of your workflow and how it affects your build times. For example, you can take a more global approach and examine the raw performance of your computer. Or you can go more granular and work on the individual components in Xcode build workflow to modify your code. You could even use a combination of both. If you want to start with the former, one of the best tools to measure the performance of your computer is XcodeBenchmark. In this post on Waldo’s blog, Juan Reyes talk about performance in iOS development and help you leverage tools like XcodeBenchmark and other third-party tools such as XcodeBuildAnalyzer, XcodeServer SDK, and Xcode-build-times to improve your team’s development pipeline.
How to Secure Non-Production Data: A Guide
Production data and non-production data are very important to an organization of any size. And sometimes real production data makes it to non-production data in databases. That is one of the reasons why securing the data is so crucial. In this post from Nabendu Biswas on DataOps’ blog, you can learn what production data and non-production data are.
MySQL SHOW TABLES: A Detailed Guide
SHOW tables command is very appropriately named since it allows you to list tables on a MySQL database. By the end of the post, you’ll have learned the definition of the command, how you can use it, why it’s useful in the first place, and an alternative way to list the tables in a database without using the
show tables command. We’ll also cover how listing tables in MySQL compare with other RDBMSs (relational database management systems.) Get started with Carlos Schults on CoderPad’s blog.
React-tooltip: A How-To Guide
A tooltip is an interface element often appearing on an icon, button, text, or image, like a small popup when you hover your mouse over the trigger element. In some cases, it’s even triggered on a click action. It’s also commonly known as a hint tip or an information tip. Tooltips are a great way to convey additional information for a user’s action. You can also use them to provide a quick how-to for specific user interaction. Since tooltips have a number of use cases, at some point or another, you’re going to need one in your React application. But how do you make a tooltip? Can you create a completely reusable tooltip component in React? Are there any good third-party tooltip packages that you can use? Learn more from Siddhant Varma on CoderPad’s blog.
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