January 9, 2019 — When working on a project, there comes a time when you need to automate certain tasks. In such cases, it is better to use a CLI tool which can be run from the command prompt because using a web APIs for certain tasks is cumbersome.
December 26, 2018 — There are basically three ways using which you can get the latest updates from my blog: RSS, Newsletter or Twitter.
December 21, 2018 — There comes times when you wouldn’t want your end users staring at white screens or that intimidating loaders for a long time. For instance when user registers to your site, you must have configured your website to send a welcome email or a confirmation email upon registering. So, that operation should be snappy and for that purpose you’d actually want to reduce the amount of time your app takes while sending the email to the user. Laravel Queues comes to the recue for achieving such kind of time consuming tasks.
December 11, 2018 — Let’s talk about Jekyll today. Jekyll is a blog aware, static website generator which is perfect for personal, project and organization sites. I’ve been using Jekyll for this blog for quite sometime now. Three years to be exact. And the best thing about Jekyll is that you can host it on GitHub Pages for free without compromising the speed or any other factors likewise.
December 8, 2018 — PHP development team has just released PHP 7.3 with general availability. This release brings general improvements along with some new features. Even though this is a stable release, the team hasn’t provided concrete migration guide if you want to migrate from the older PHP versions. Maybe they will release those on a later date.
November 21, 2018 — This is the story of how my simple looking(but functional) Notepad app went from zero users to almost 10k monthly users without any sort of marketing and advertising. I’ll mention various aspects which have helped in increasing the growth of this app and some other things in between.
November 13, 2018 — Today’s the day when I’m finally going to write about the current setup of things that I used to get my work done. This will include what software, hardware, accessories I’m using on daily basis at home/work.
October 24, 2018 — Today, I’m going to discuss about Git workflow that we’re using at our projects which involves a team of several developers. Git is no doubt a great version control system but if you don’t use it efficiently, things can get messy easily. For instance, if there are 10 people working on the same codebase and each of them work on the same branch, it would be really difficult to keep the branch’s state clean. So, here’s a workflow which we follow in all our projects. The workflow is could work great for big teams but small teams can also get benefited from it equally.
October 6, 2018 — If you have ever worked with Git, you probably have encountered the following situation. i.e. You’ve two branches, let’s say
feature-2, for two different features respectively. You have worked on the the first branch
feature-1, completed all the related tasks and committed and pushed all the outstanding changes on that branch. So, the
feature-1 branch is now clean.
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