Trying to answer the question of which schema I should choose for the users’ settings database table in my Laravel app I found this article very useful : https://www.culttt.com/2015/02/02/storing-user-settings-relational-database/. Many thanks for the insights. I will probably gg for the Property Bag method as well.
Vary educative video which teaches you all you need to know about the agile method.
I love the idea of “Open Cloud” and I appreciate very much how @OVH is driving the development of open cloud in the industry by beeing a founder and a key member of Cloud Infrastructure Service Providers Europe and Open cloud Foundation organizations.
I strongly recommend watching this video if you want to learn more about the four pillars of open cloud in OVH’s Next Level vision, i.e.:
- Customer data protection,
- Customer IPR protection,
After developing a couple of Laravel based projects, I made myself a very basic, two items checklist that I now run before starting any new project. The two items are:
As presented in the Laracast video tutorial, homestead enables you to set up a clean development environment for your application extremely easy and fast.
Database Seeding and Model Factories
Database Seeders and Model Factories as presented in the Laracast video tutorial enable you to automatically populate your application’s database with data samples.These data samples are very useful if but not only e.g. you want to test the front end display of your application.
As at the begging I struggled a little bit on performing this task I decided to write a post for those who may face this issue in the future.
After I figured out how easy this actually is I allow myself to give a piece of advise: If you already spent more than 10 minutes trying to configure your OVr registered domain with your VPS Plesk hosting you are probably looking in a misleading direction.
Basically, all you need to do is to change the default name servers of your domain with the name servers of your VPS Plesk configured domain. For so doing follow these two steps:
Step 1: On your Plesk dashboard go to Hosting > Domains > example.net (your domain) > DNS Settings and make sure your DNS servers is set as the master DNS server for your DNS Zone. Next on the DNS zone look for the records defining your name servers, e.g.
- ns1.example.net. A 10.10.10.10
- ns2.exemple.net. A 10.10.10.10
Step 2: On your OVH Dashboard go to Web > Domains > example.net (your domain) > Modify DNS Servers and replace the default DNS servers with those from your VPS Plesk domain DNS zone.