If you’re running Jekyll and updating styles fairly regularly, you may want to add a cache busting line to your styles and scripts to ensure you (and your visitors) are always accessing the latest version of your assets.
This website has been run on various CMSs and frameworks over the years. Joomla, Drupal, Laravel, Symfony…and now Jekyll.
You may have seen the
\DateTimeImmutableclass being used, and wondered why is this different from the
\DateTimeclass? I guess it’s the same…but immutable, right? Why would I want to use an immutable object? Here’s a brief overview.
Hello from Symfony 4! Today I finished the move from Laravel to Symfony 4. The content and design hasn’t moved, but the entire backend has been rewritten using Symfony 4.
I’ve managed to keep the content online for well over 10 years, and it’s been running on various versions of Drupal (5, 6, and 7) after being completely rewritten and migrated to Laravel a couple of years ago. A few months ago, I decided to rewrite it again, this time in Symfony. I saw a demo of Flex at Symfony Live last year, and I thought it looked like a lot of fun to work with. And it is :)
It’s not always easy to give a definite winner with these sorts of comparisons, as depends what your requirements and preferences are. So, here are a few areas worth thinking about when weighing up CodeIgniter against Laravel.
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