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"Scaling" Vagrant with NGINX Load Balancing

A load-balanced vagrant setup, because why the hell not! Not all projects require more that one instance of your application to handle the demand. When you do, you want to be prepared. You'll want to know which steps you have to take and which limitations you'll encounter. Let's get our feet wet. Already know …

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Written by Frank de Jonge - - Aggregated on Friday March 4, 2016


Pipelines, immutability and privates.

A recent addition to the PHP League was the pipeline package, which allows you to compose sequential operations. One of the key aspects of the pipeline is that it's immutable. During the development of Pipeline, I learned a few lessons that I'd like to share with you. When I started working on the Pipeline …

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Written by Frank de Jonge - - Aggregated on Friday December 4, 2015


Onboarding and Ansible Galaxy.

When you start working on a new project, there are usually a couple of steps you'll need to follow to get up and running. This process is called on-boarding . One of the steps in this process is getting your local development environment setup. On every team I've worked we've used Vagrant. Any provisioning is done …

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Written by Frank de Jonge - - Aggregated on Sunday September 27, 2015


Rendering ReactJS templates server-side.

The last couple of months I've been working with ReactJS quite extensively. It's been a very rewarding and insightful journey. There is, however, one part that kept coming back to me: server-side rendering . How on earth am I going to use ReactJS when I want to render my templates on the server? So, I sat down and …

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Written by Frank de Jonge - - Aggregated on Monday May 18, 2015