If you use couscous.io to generate documentation and Laravel Forge, you can set up auto deployment and publishing quite easily. Setup the site in Forge, making sure you have a composer.json and an empty public directory in your repo.
You can then use this deploy script to build, move and publish your changes automatically after you’ve added a webhook too:
Really good post on the cultural differences when trying to apply an already successfully model of entry.
A very well written piece on someone being scammed by a startup and a list of tell tale signs/red flags to watch for.
If you need to install a specific version of Titanium’s SDKs, use the following command:
appc ti sdk install 5.2.0.GA
I’ll be clearing out some Apple hardware shortly and other bits and bobs. Email sensible offers to [email protected] Anything not sold over this weekend will head to eBay with a higher markup.
Apple Mac Mini, Late 2012 (boxed):
Synology DSM DS713+ (with 2x 3TB WD Red Drives, boxed):
Samsung SyncMaster T23B551 24″ HDTV Smart TV/LCD Monitor
Samsung SyncMaster S24B350 LCD Monitor
Logitech HD Pro C920 Webcam
HP ProLiant ML110 G7: 1TB WD Drive, 10GB RAM, Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E31220 @ 3.10GHz. Capable of running VMware Hypervisor (was initially purchased for that exact reason).
Shipping can be arranged at your cost and will require insurance.
If you wish to clone a repo using a set private key, you can use the following syntax to do just that and it won’t add the private key to your usual SSH settings:
A few tasks that I’ve been working on this weekend have needed public/private key pairs. The very useful phpseclib library provides the tools that you need to generate these within your application.
// Get a new RSA object and set the type, hash and comment
$rsa = new RSA;
// Actually generate the key, change 4096 for the desired number of bytes
$keys = $rsa->createKey(4096);
$keyPrivate = $keys["privatekey"];
$keyPublic = $keys["publickey"];
// Get the fingerprint for this key
$keyFingerprint = $rsa->getPublicKeyFingerprint();
If you’ve ever wanted to embed a Github file into your site, in the same style that Gist does, there’s a decent app over at http://gist-it.appspot.com that will do just that.
This is a pretty nifty service I come across a few days ago. It’s called Shodan and searches then indexes internet connected devices around the world.