Really decent article on how to use a homebrew installed Mailhog for Laravel Valet.
Earlier this week I discovered a fantastic project called ArtMoney. There’s a chain of hotels which will allow people to stay and pay using an original work of art. I’m sure there is stipulations and criteria that are in place but the premise is fantastic.
This is a nifty little app that will allow you to share a terminal console with others. It’s called teleconsole, check it out if you have a use case.
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’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.
There’s a good article on using UUIDs instead on integer IDs on on Medium by Steve Azzopardi. Head over to “Setting up UUIDs in Laravel” on Medium.
If you’re a Mac OSX user and would like to send your audio over to a Chromecast device (ie, playing iTunes or Spotify) then there’s a fantastic project called soundcast which will allow you to do just that. You can find the project over on Github at https://github.com/andresgottlieb/soundcast.
If you’ve often seen things looking for a directory called .well-known on your HTTP server access logs, you’d be like me if you were surprised to know there is actually quite a lot more to that directory name. It provides information about services and a whole bunch more. You can read a lot more on Mattias’s blog post about it.