Auto Deploy Docs to Laravel Forge

If you use 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:

Apple, HP, Samsung, Logitech & More Tech Clearout

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.

Clone a git repo using a specific SSH private key

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:


Generating Public & Private Keys Using PHPSECLIB

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.