Since Laravel Forge supports multiple versions of PHP, it’s nowadays rather a simple operation to upgrade PHP-version. This is my workflow which I got as a recommendation from the Laravel Forge support.
I have been using Laravel Valet since its earlies release, and it’s an excellent tool. The response is snappy, and it’s easy to install and set up.
That’s a lovely little trick. When writing Nginx rules in Laravel Forge, it’s easy to forget that it matches everything in the string. Consider whether you want this redirection: /product-a -> /category-1/product-a
Next up we are going to add some views to our simple app using the Leaf templating system, which reminds of Laravel's Blade
In this short example, we are going to build a simple CRUD-app of radio-stations that are used in my tvOS-app Radio Player.
The inspiration from Laravel shows very well when you start digging into Vapor. So, If you're a Laravel/PHP user, Vapor should look familiar to get you started.
Every once in a while I get questions about which languages I used to author F-Bar and GitFTP-Deploy.
1Password is an excellent piece of software I highly recommend it if you are serious. One feature that may not be obvious is that 1Password can handle 2FA authentication too. There is no need for you to install Google Authenticator on your mobile devices.
Suddenly Nginx won’t start. Where to I begin to troubleshoot. First, check the configuration file for Nginx.