Earlier this week I came across this PHP error on a Ubuntu server:
PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/lib/php/20131226/curl.so' - /usr/lib/php/20131226/curl.so: undefined symbol: zend_unset_property in Unknown on line 0
After some research, I realised the best fix would be to update PHP CLI:
apt-get install php5.6-cli
In some situations, it's useful to embed PHP code into your views. You can use the Blade @php directive to execute a block of plain PHP within your template.
As images continue to be the largest part of webpage content, it’s very important for website owners to take aggressive control of their image sizes. You need to hit the sweet-spot between website image quality and website image size.
You can usually automate a ‘good enough’ value, but for maximum file size savings, you need to test quality using your own eye.
You may notice that web fonts appear bolder in Firefox, this is due to this Mozilla bug.
Thankfully, it's an easy fix:
Compressing video online is essential to improve the speed of your website. We've come across 2 tools that'll help compress mp4 files.
Firstly, HandBrake - a free Mac app. You simply drag your mp4 file onto the interface and select the output file name. There are lots of settings, but you can usually leave these as they are.
WordPress is a world renowned Content Management System (CMS), and is used by over 25% of websites online.
If you're looking to combine WordPress and the Laravel PHP framework, then Corcel may be for you.
A new jQuery plugin called push.js allows developers to send push notifications to the browser.
Open the Terminal application, found in the Utilities folder within Applications.
Enter the following command syntax exactly:
The following error can appear when deploying Laravel. Thankfully it's an easy fix.
"The only supported ciphers are AES-128-CBC and AES-256-CBC with the correct key lengths."