The popularity of NodeJS is rising and that means I can’t be staying behind. So I finally gave in and decided to see what all the fuzz about NodeJS is about.
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I recently had to integrate the new Bol.com offer management API into a project. There was no SDK available, so I had to figure most things out by myself. The library I created was heavily integrated into the existing code, so I decided to recreate a stand-alone SDK for others to use.
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Setting up your first webserver can be a tough task if you don’t know where to begin. This guide will show you how to create the most basic LAMP server with either PHP5 or PHP7 on a Ubuntu server.
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We recently adopted a website at my job, which was built with a “custom framework”. Yes, we’ve all come across these, if not built them ourselves. Often the first thing that comes to mind is: “I can obviously do this better”. That’s what I thought too, but figured it would be smarter to use established PHP components.
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So, I recently decided to abandon my old directadmin server and migrate to a fresh Ubuntu server. The main reason for this was the long-awaited release of PHP 7.0.0. This meant I had a chance to start all over and create the fastest possible setup for my server.
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