2016/01/19 in Laravel
I currently work on a Laravel project composed of multiple microservices that I run locally using Homestead (box v0.4.0 at the time of writing). As I started tinkering around I noticed that requesting the different APIs was super slow, up to 20s per request, which was really unexpected (and annoying to say the least).
2015/12/18 in Local environment
If you are somewhat following what's happening in the tech world, you must have heard of Docker.
2015/08/10 in PHP
When using packages maintained by other developers, you often find yourself waiting for a fix, an update or the merge of a PR that will come with the next release but you need it now. A workaround is to fork the corresponding repository (which you may have done already if you are the author of the PR), make the updates you need and then use your fork in your project instead of the original package.
2015/07/19 in Nginx
With the always wider adoption of API-driven architecture, chances are you already had to deal with cross-origin resource sharing at some point.
2015/06/19 in Laravel
For quite some time now I have been prefering accessing databases from the CLI, but sometimes it can feel overkill when wanting to quickly check or update something, say.
2015/05/23 in Laravel
There are a few tutorials out there about how to set up Sublime Text and Xdebug so they play nice together. The good news is that in our case, Homestead has covered the configuration of Xdebug for us: the tool is already available and reporting for duty.
2015/05/13 in Laravel
Homestead offers a nice pre-packaged environment. But as a project grows in complexity, there will be a time where extra packages will be necessary. How to install them properly, and not to lose everything any time we need to recreate the box? How does one extend Homestead?
2015/04/23 in Laravel
I wrote this short get-started guide mainly for my own use, to have a reference handy to quickly set up a new Laravel project with a MySQL database. But as I felt the need to write it, one might find some interest in it as well.
2015/03/04 in Blog
Alright! This was a bit of a long road, but we are finally getting there. In the previous part, we used Fabric to fully provision a server and pull our content from a Git repository. In this fourth and last part, we are going to review a complete worklow, take a few extra steps to complete our blog and conclude our journey.
2015/03/02 in Blog
In part 2, we covered the installation and configuration of Pelican in our local environment. It is now time to provision our server and publish content using Fabric.