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Same here, have specified exact location and area radius and get offers from the end of the world without remote ...
Bootstrap & FontAwesone
- mostly language dependent and
- mostly many values using an autocomplete UI
Also the frontend devs can mostly not know, what the backend will do with the values ...
@tosensei That is correct, when the GSM got bored, it created God/Gods :-)
My standard answer then is usually "I'd rather wait for the final proof of God. If it turns out that this is the wrong God and the right one gets pissed off, that's too dangerous for me ..."
I personally have a helper function which writes log entries to the anyway existing table.
Most events in my projects "only" handle things like performance collection, optimizations, clearances and such things, no real business logic.
> MySQL Event scheduling is a pain in the ass to debug and to control
It depends ...
For regular maintenance jobs I prefer "in
DB" operations, here events.
BUT the events just call a procedure wich itself is much more easy to debug.
Did you check for IPv6 connect?
May be the browser try IPv6 and not fall back correct to IPv4
Did you tried Adminer instead of phpMyAdmin?
Have you ever looked at how git-flow handles this?