I recently encountered a tough problem to understand. I have a project PHP project based on Laravel. One particular route was a generating a report, storing it to XLS, and downloading it for the user. Its a long report, and may take several minutes to process. (Before you mention we should be using queues, I Read more about PHP, Apache Timeouts, POST Requests[…]
A buddy of mine recently was exploring a free instance over at GetClouder. He had installed a basic LAMP stack via the 1-click install feature + WordPress. To continue his work, he tried to install PHPMyAdmin. GetClouder provides some instructions to install PHPMyAdmin, but they didn’t work for him. That’s where i come in. There Read more about Installing PHPMyAdmin on GetClouder Instance[…]
I’ve been helping a client migrate servers to consolidate resources. Most of his domains were registered at 1and1. We simply had to update DNS settings, or so we thought. Once we had migrated the sites, we logged into 1and1 to change the DNS settings. That’s when the most epic of problems began. First, every registrar Read more about 1and1 Has the Worst Support Ever. Migrate Now.[…]
In a recent project, I needed to read in an Excel worksheet and extract out a structure. Luckily, there is an Excel parsing PHP Library called PHPExcel. There are several good docs as well as good auto-generated documentation. However, I was looking to loop through a few rows in an Excel spreadsheet, with one of Read more about PHPExcel, Rows, and Dates[…]
I presented a short intro to PHP QA and Continuous Integration via Jenkins. It was an exciting presentation about the great tools available for code quality assurance, including PHPUnit, Selenium, and Jenkins. You can find the slides here, azphp-phpunit-jenkins, or at slideshare.