If you don’t already have a server that you would like to configure with AWS Cloud9, you should create one in Laravel Forge.
Once logged in to your Cloud9 dashboard, you will want to initiate the Create environment process.
I recently had a need to expose an API with some very basic authentication requirements:
With these assumptions in mind, the powerful Laravel Passport package seemed to be overkill so I went with this approach using Laravel 5.6:
Every time I go down the rabbit hole of considering a switch from iOS to Android I always back down at the last minute for one reason: iMessage.
It’s how I communicate with almost everyone I stay in contact with.
Sure, there are some tempting alternatives to iMessage like WhatsApp or Telegram but it’s no small feat to get everyone you stay in contact with to convert. They never will and you will fall out of touch or lose out on the conversation.
And we are all addicted to the delivered status…
…well played Apple.
About a year ago, I transitioned my local development environment to an inexpensive VPS and haven't looked back.
The main advantage to this setup is that you can literally work from anywhere on any device assuming you have an internet connection.
Considerations for such a setup:
If anyone is in the same situation as my mother and uses The Recipe Manager on iOS and/or macOS, the app is end of life and is not supported by the recent update of iOS 11 / macOS High Sierra. Your options are to move your recipes to a different platform or keep running the now outdated iOS 10 / macOS Sierra. Running an outdated operating system is a non-option in my opinion so your recipes need to be moved elsewhere. …
This article describes a cost-effective feature-rich infrastructure. The hypothetical setup described below costs $37.50 per month + $35 per year (excluding domain costs).
Hypothetical providers in [brackets] with detailed provider options below.
For the hypothetical providers described above. Similar cost for alternate providers.
About one year ago, I was preparing for a cruise vacation with my wife. There are many considerations when packing for any vacation and one important variable is weather. The cruise I was taking was stopping in seven countries across two continents so checking the forecast required opening up a lot of weather.com tabs in my browser. This was cumbersome so I decided to build a simple report using a weather API to show the weather for all cities on one page. Here was what the report looked like.