The package manager for macOS, Homebrew will install everything you need on your system, it's similar to apt-get for linux users.
Applications to install
A common issue with working in a team on a project is dealing with Pull Requests that don't have the required information to understand the reason why for the change.
Pull request reviews are common practice when working in a team of developers, but if people do not provide the right information on the pull request it can be difficult to review and approve these changes.
Here is a quick code snippet for flattening a multi-dimensional array using PHP.
This uses the function
array_walk_recursive that applies a function to every element of an array. Using this function we can add the value to a new array and return that instance.
In this tutorial we're going to create a blog built with NuxtJS.
The easiest way to create a NuxtJS application is by using the create-nuxt-app package. This can be installed by using the command.
The NVM (Node Version Manager) is a script used for installing and managing Node. The macOS users can install NVM using the homebrew.
Recently I've created a NuxtJS application that will run in SSR mode, this is deployed to Cloud Run on GCP via a docker image.
On the 25th November 2021 the latest version of PHP was released PHP 8.1, let's have a look at some of the new features included in the release and how it can help you with your development.
In this post we're going to look into a little laravel feature that allows jobs to automatically be deleted if the models in the job doesn't exist.