Why ask the pointless “Where do you see yourself in 5 years” questions?
This is boggling my mind. It’s irrelevant because the answer has no merit, and also frees us from self responsibility — for sure you’ll forget what your plans (and your promises) were.
The question is for 5 years from now. Enough time to forget. Enough time to get plenty of excuses.
I’ll offer you 1 reason why I don’t ask myself that, and 1 solution — at least in my view
An example — we want to send an email with a link to the user profile. We do have the route registered in our VueJS router, but not in Laravel.
So we’d probably end up with some hardcoded url:
// our web.php// First, a…
My friend texted me once asking me who the best stand up was that he should watch and you know what he got? Nothing because apparently, I was still typing…
No, but seriously, there are so many amazing stand-ups these days that you can’t just choose one and stick to them.
Each stand-up comedian has their own way of making you laugh and sometimes pushing you away from the void that’s been eating you up for a long time. They are more than just people; they are…therapists.
The stand up comedians who tell stories throughout their show, those are my…
So you’ve set your local development, the website uses https which you haven’t added to your approved certs.
You open up the site in Chrome (ie. https://develop.localdev) and chrome welcomes you with:
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from develop.localdev (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more
NET::ERR_CERT_INVALIDdevelop.localdev normally uses encryption to protect your information. When Google Chrome tried to connect to develop.localdev this time, the website sent back unusual and incorrect credentials. This may happen when an attacker is trying to pretend to be develop.localdev, or a Wi-Fi sign-in…
TL;DR — serve JS to users, server side rendered content to bots (the source code is available here — http://bit.ly/2m6HN8w)
While building Binge, my framework of choice was VueJs (and single page application). Happy with both choices.
If you (assuming a dev) view the source code — it would only show a couple of lines of code — some meta tags and an almost empty <body> tag with a root div and a bundled js file — so when people visit it, it’s a typical website, browsers download the bundle and render the page.
We’ll take the default import command and pipe it through with
In my tests, on a virtual machine with 2–4GB RAM, the ETA timer was pretty accurate for full mysql dumps with filesize of up to 3GB. If the file is larger, the timer can be off by a bit as slowdown happens.
Anyhow, the import was faster than using a typical mysql import.
Before proceeding, make sure you have
pvinstalled on your linux box so we can monitor the progress.
Importing unzipped mysql dump with progress:
# The command
pv ./mysql-dump.sql | mysql -u user -p databasename
Often when using react navigation tab navigation, there’s a need to call a method on the screen when the screen is focused or a tab on the tab bar is pressed, be it for screen refresh or any action we need.
Lets build the two: