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Let's Encrypt: vanaf nu beschikbaar in Sock

Eind vorig jaar maakten we Let’s Encrypt beschikbaar voor al onze klanten met shared hosting. Vic deelde op de Techtalk over Let’s Encrypt mee dat aan de ondersteuning voor cloud en dedicated servers gewerkt werd. Wel, vanaf nu kunnen alle klanten van Openminds gratis SSL-certificaten installeren en vernieuwen! …

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Written by openminds - - Aggregated on Tuesday August 2, 2016


Let's Encrypt: vanaf nu beschikbaar in Sock

Eind vorig jaar maakten we Let’s Encrypt beschikbaar voor al onze klanten met shared hosting. Vic deelde op de Techtalk over Let’s Encrypt mee dat aan de ondersteuning voor cloud en dedicated servers gewerkt werd. Wel, vanaf nu kunnen alle klanten van Openminds gratis SSL-certificaten installeren en vernieuwen! …

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Written by openminds - - Aggregated on Tuesday August 2, 2016


Introducing Laravel Passport

API authentication can be tricky. OAuth 2 is the reigning ruler of the various standards that you might consider, but it's complex and difficult to implement—even with the great packages available ( League and Luca among them). We're talking many routes, dozens of migrations, complicated configuration, and much …

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Written by MattStauffer.co - - Aggregated on Saturday July 30, 2016


Symfony 3.1.3 released

Symfony 3.1.3 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #19300 [HttpKernel] Use flock() for HttpCache's lock files …

Written by Symfony blog - - Aggregated on Saturday July 30, 2016


Symfony 3.0.9 released

Symfony 3.0.9 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #19470 undefined offset fix ( #19406 ) (ReenExe) bug #19300 …

Written by Symfony blog - - Aggregated on Saturday July 30, 2016


Symfony 2.8.9 released

Symfony 2.8.9 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #19470 undefined offset fix ( #19406 ) (ReenExe) bug #19300 …

Written by Symfony blog - - Aggregated on Saturday July 30, 2016


Symfony 2.7.16 released

Symfony 2.7.16 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes: bug #19470 undefined offset fix ( #19406 ) (ReenExe) bug #19300 …

Written by Symfony blog - - Aggregated on Saturday July 30, 2016


Introducing Laravel Scout

Search tools ElasticSearch and Algolia have gained a lot of popularity in the Laravel community in the last few years as powerful tools for indexing and searching your data. Ben Corlett did a fantastic job introducing ElasticSearch at Laracon Eu 2014 , and I wrote a pull request to Laravel.com introducing ElasticSea…

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Written by MattStauffer.co - - Aggregated on Friday July 29, 2016


Laracon US - Laravel 5.3 overview

The last two days I have been keeping an eye on the Laracon US live stream shown on StreamACon and while the first day of the stream didn't go too well, the second days stream has been phenomenal (Review will be coming soon). The reason for this post however, is to talk about the new features in Laravel 5.3 and oh …

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Written by Michael Brooks - RSS Feed - - Aggregated on Friday July 29, 2016


Routing changes in Laravel 5.3

The last few versions of Laravel have showed the way routing works shifting around a bit. This is usually a sign that we're feeling some sort of pain—something feels off —but haven't found the perfect solution yet. In 5.3, we may have found it. Looking back: Routing changes in 5.2 # In Laravel 5.2 we temporari…

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Written by MattStauffer.co - - Aggregated on Wednesday July 27, 2016


Sigh

Of course, just days after I point out that Nintendo has been consistently profitable for a while, they post a loss . Just my luck. It should be noted, though, that this is not indicative of a problem with the console market as a whole. The PS4 and Xbox One are still outselling their predecessors, with the PS4 …

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Written by ignorethecode.net - - Aggregated on Wednesday July 27, 2016


5.3 feature announcement notes from Laracon

THIS POST IS STILL IN ACTIVE PROGRESS Once the videos are released I'll be able to update this post with more info, since I was on an audio-only stream for the majority of this. I'll be writing my usual longer, in-depth blog posts about each of the new 5.3 features that are releasing during Taylor's Laracon talk …

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Written by MattStauffer.co - - Aggregated on Wednesday July 27, 2016


REST is in the eye of the beholder

The first time I came across the term REST must have been around 2005 or 2006 via Flickr , which was back then in many ways a pioneer in terms of how web applications should be built and designed. REST, at the time, was a breath of fresh air and it seemed very sane in a world where SOAP and XML-RPC were …

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Written by Evert Pot - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 26, 2016