Normaly I’m not a sucker for new programming languages that pop up seemingly out of nowhere. I was notably skeptical about Ruby and the Rails hype and even with languages that the world needs – such as Rust and Go – I do support them, but don’t jump all over them right away. Dart however I’ve been weary about ever since it showed up on my radar a few years ago. Dart & Flutter weiterlesen
If you need to know information on a web ssl certificate, but the accompaning URL redirects inmediately, it can be difficult to optain that information. Here’s how you do it in the CLI:
openssl s_client -connect foo.example.com:443 < /dev/null | openssl x509 -text
Despite rumors to the contrary, configuring Apache as a reverse proxy isn’t all that hard. Here’s an example: Apache Reverse Proxy Configuration weiterlesen
Yii is one of the lesser known PHP Frameworks, but it has been around for quite some time and is notably popular with professional developers who hate faffing about when building web applications. It’s a sort-of secret tip and go-to toolkit for those who hate the shoddy and sub-par data- and application models of WordPress, Drupal and the likes. It is also the foundation of the professional Craft CMS. Yii Framework weiterlesen
PHP remains awesome and gets more awesome every day.
Here’s a very neat CQRS & Eventsourcing Lib in PHP.
Tearing ties between frontend and backend apart, going headless or at least ‘headlose’, brazenly moving dynamic logic to the client and decoupling as much as possible into disparate microservices. This probably is the way to go forward in the 2020ies for web content. One degraded WordPress project to many has me seriously looking into this sort of thing now. The JAMStack Approach weiterlesen
Lumen, a PHP Microservices Framework.
Seperate mention: Exakat
Remove a line – in this case 6118 – from a file using sed:
sed -i '6118d' myfile.sql