Archive for the ‘Installation’ Category

How to Set up an Online Multi-Language Magazine with Sulu

We previously demonstrated the proper way to get started with Sulu CMS by setting up a Hello World installation on a Vagrant machine. Simple stuff, but can be tricky. If you're a stranger to Vagrant and isolated environments, our excellent book about t...

How to Use Laravel Mix in Non-Laravel Projects

If you, like me, just want to get up and running on a project as quickly as possible, you probably don’t want to spend time configuring build tools like Webpack. Laravel Mix solves this problem, and makes asset compiling incredibly easy, but what if ...

Re-Introducing Composer – the Cornerstone of Modern PHP Apps

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In this article, we will tackle the basics of Composer, and what makes it such a powerful and useful tool. Before we go into detail, there are two things that we need to have in mind: What Composer is: As we can see on their website: "Composer is a t...

Real-Time Laravel Notifications and Follows? Sure, with Stream!

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With Laravel, it's pretty easy to create newsfeed sites, blogs, or even forums where people post content, comment, or even mark some of these posts as favorite. To spice things up, we can make the app more lively by adding notifications for actions per...

The Android Elephpant – Laravel on your Android Phone?

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It was not that long ago that Christopher Pitt wrote an excellent article about writing and running PHP code on an iPad. After reading it, I thought to myself "It would be really cool to do the same on Android": being able to write and edit code on the...

Re-Introducing Jenkins: Automated Testing with Pipelines

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As our applications become more complex - with Composer dependencies, Webpack build scripts, and per-environment variables - we inevitably reach a point where testing all of these different intricacies becomes slow and laborious, especially when you're...

What’s New and Exciting in PHP 7.1?

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The PHP community has gone viral with the latest PHP 7 announcement and all the goodies it brings to the language. The PHP 7.1 release has more good news and features to offer. This article highlights the most important ones, and you should check PHP R...

What’s New and Exciting in PHP 7.1?

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The PHP community has gone viral with the latest PHP 7 announcement and all the goodies it brings to the language. The PHP 7.1 release has more good news and features to offer. This article highlights the most important ones, and you should check PHP R...

Sourcehunt – Open Source Week Edition

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Sourcehunt - Open Source Week Edition This week is Open Source Week at SitePoint.com. While we do usually cover open source here, what with all the tutorials and introductions to amazing new libraries, packages, and frameworks, this week will be a litt...

Hashicorp’s Packer – Is It Something for PHP Developers?

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tl;dr; - Is Packer a tool you'll need in your tool box as a PHP developer? It depends. If you do a lot of server work for your clients or on the job, along with development work, then yes. Packer can help you a lot. If you are only a developer and d...