Category: Ways to run your web application
How To Effectively Maintain Your WordPress Website? (Infographic)
WordPress is a wonderful platform to build your website. With an abundant ofWordPress themes to choose from based on your business requirements, creating aprofessional-looking website is a breeze. To add on, there are ample WordPressplugins available that can help extend the functionality of your website. Plus, it helpswith content, SEO, and social media too, which […]
How to run your Node.js Express app with Google Firebase Functions
Deploying the code to Google Firebase Cloud Functions requires just one command
Hosting your AngularJS app on Google Firebase Hosting
Google Firebase Hosting is a hosting service for your web app, that you can deploy a web app in seconds
The analysis of DDoS attacks
Are you interested in one of our biggest threat to the performances of our websites, I’m. One of the biggest threats is DDoS Attacks.
How Fast Should A Website Load?
My friends over at skilled.com have put together a great article and an infographic on Why Faster Page Load Time is Better For Your Website
How to add UUID to CodeIgniter Crud library Grocery Crud
I recently had a need to use UUID as my primary key for an application that I have architected using the CodeIgniter framework with Grocery Crud on a MySQL database. UUID (Universally Unique Identifiers) also known as GUID (Globally Unique Identifier) is a great way to make each of your primary keys a unique key, […]
How to rollback your Git repository
Working with WordPress we do all the upgrades on our development environment and push the changes to the repro. From the repro when then do a pull to update the clients staging host, we did a full test both manual and automatic.
Complete your PaaS Ecosystems with CloudFlare
To complete your PaaS setup, you would need to add a CDN and DNS hosting to complete your setup. The company that can help you with CDN and manages your DNS is Cloudflare.
GreenQloud – 100% Green Cloud Services
In 2007, Gartner reported that the IT industry was responsible for approximately 2% of global greenhouse gas emissions– equivalent to the aviation industry at the time. Since then the number of data centers worldwide has surpassed 500,000. This massive and growing need for energy is contributing, in a big way, to the global carbon emissions […]