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  • Viewing PHP settings

    Overview Default PHP settings may be viewed either as a standalone page or within an application using phpinfo() or ini_get()....
  • Writing to files

    Overview PHP operates as a separate user to enhance security across the server. In the event of a hacking event...
  • Changing PHP settings

    Overview Certain default PHP settings may be insufficient for an application. For example, it may be necessary to accept large file...
  • Using Composer

    Overview Composer is a dependency manager for PHP akin to npm for Node and Bundler for Ruby. Composer is provided with...
  • Installing Laravel

    Overview Laravel is a PHP framework built around abstraction: do more with less coding. Laravel runs off PHP and MySQL....
  • Troubleshooting PHP

    Overview PHP can fail for a variety of reasons. This is a growing list of reasons for which a PHP...
  • Switching PHP versions

    Overview All platforms run a secondary web server with an older version of PHP other than the default. On newer platforms, v6+, this...
  • Working with Laravel config:cache

    Laravel provides a static cache utility via Artisan to collapse configuration under config/ into a single file to boost performance. Configuration...