Recently we decided to move some of our projects to GitLab especially because we are attracted by the plans and all in one solution that it offers. We were particularly interested into CI/DC for testing and continuous deployment on our DitigitalOcean droplets. Looking into the numerous resources, we have found this article that explain very clearly how to deploy a
Finally we decided to create a small app to make more comfortable reading all our posts directly on your favourite device. We are planning to make it more useful as time passes, but for the moment, if you are curious or you are following our site, hit the Google Play store and download the app.
We are often helping and assisting Startups, we love it and we decided to share their experiences. We will have a series of Q/A sessions with the founders to inspire “Startuppers to be”, we hope you will find this post helpful. Hi Ivana, tell us a bit about you. Hi, i’m an Italian girl, i’m sporty, sociable and scrappy. I’m
InvoiceNinja is a very interesting invoicing Laravel application that we discovered last year. They have two different versions – hosted and self-hosted. In other words, you can register at invoiceninja.com and use their online version, paying for premium services, or you can download the code for free (Laravel 5.2) and install it on your server for free. We started with the hosted version,
First off, having to remember a password for each of your clients server it is quite daunting, so it might seem a good idea to store the password to your server access in a very secure spreadsheet file. Well that is not a great idea, in stead you should secure the access to your server using an ssh key, this also
Have you ever been in the position of asking your self “How much shall I spend for a development server?”, “Shall I get an inexpensive shared host?” , “Will it be enough for my needs?”, “Perhaps i should upgrade”… well ask no more. If you don’t expect much traffic, and you are on a tight budget, or simply you want
Today I would like to write about a service that we use daily during development and pre-production, Mailtrap. Mailtrap is a fake SMTP server for development teams to test, view and share emails sent from the development and staging environments without spamming real customers. To set it up is very easy and for 1 inbox is also free. Simply hit
During a recent project, we faced the issue of adding a multi-language functionality to our application. We store our Laravel applications on DigitalOcean, but this tutorial will work basically on any other hosting company. Using Laravel middlewares we found a quite easy and straight forward solution. In this tutorial we will show you how to easily create your own. Add
SSL Certificates, sometimes called digital certificates, are used to establish a secure encrypted connection between a browser (user’s computer) and a server (website). The SSL connection protects sensitive data, such as credit card information, exchanged during each visit (session). Let’s Encrypt provides an easy way to obtain and install trusted certificates for free. In this guide we will show how
I often have to share resources to clients , but allowing them to “play” with the entire file system of the web app, might end up in disaster. That’s why i decided to write this little guide on how to restrict sftp users to theirs home directory and share folders. Restrict sftp access to home directory First we need to
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