Monthly Archives: August 2012

Microcaching: Speed your app up 250x with no new code

Just a small link to the blog-post Microcaching: Speed your app up 250x with no new code which describes a concept on how to cache most-frequently pages of a webapp via an nginx reverse proxy for a rel. short time-frame … Continue reading

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PHP frameworks are obsolete

PHP frameworks are obsolete; July 18th, 2012

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Continued Thoughts on a Websites’ Environment

Yesterday I started to think and look about developing deploying a (typical, simple, PHP based) website and how to manage configuration under version control. After taking some sleep over night the open ends became more clear, also some different approaches: … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a Websites’ Environment

I needed to put an older site under git version control and I wanted to be able to at least semi-automatically publish that site to the webserver. This is an old project for very good friends. Time to put it … Continue reading

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WI-12547 Paste multiple commands into Command Line Tools Console

PHPStorm: WI-12547 Paste multiple commands into Command Line Tools Console

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Running PHPUnit under multiple PHP Versions in Git Bash on Windows (+PHPStorm)

Just a quick note as I wiggled through that: To run your unit-tests with different PHP Versions in Git Bash on Windows, there is not much use in changing the PHPBIN windows environment variable to make PHPUnit pick the right … Continue reading

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IDEA-64024 Git submodules should be supported

IDEA/PHPStorm: IDEA-64024 Git submodules should be supported

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