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RunCloud Now Supports PHP 7.3

RunCloud Now Supports PHP 7.3

Good news everybody! RunCloud now supports the newly-released PHP 7.3 version. But before that, you need to make sure that the RunCloud agent is updated to 2.1.6 in order to be able to deploy PHP 7.3 to your servers. Head to your RunCloud server dashboard and look for the server Summary details.  Agent version updated …

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PHP authentication with OAuth/SAML/OpenID, explore which solution to use and when.

PHP authentication with OAuth/SAML/OpenID, explore which solution to use and when.

Nowadays, across the web, it is common practice for websites to allow users the choice to login in to applications using their existing Facebook, Google, or Twitter accounts, instead of registering a new account. This authentication method utilizes a Federated Identity, and has been gaining popularity due to the fact that users simply do not …

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Looking for an alternative to phpMyAdmin? Look no further…

Looking for an alternative to phpMyAdmin? Look no further…

Most small to medium-sized web sites and web applications use MySQL as the database of choice for back-end storage. In fact, many of the world’s largest and fastest-growing organizations, including Facebook, Google, and Adobe rely on the stability and maturity of MySQL to power their high-volume web sites, business-critical systems and packaged Software as a …

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Retrieve your root password and other invaluable MySQL commands.

Retrieve your root password and other invaluable MySQL commands.

RunCloud uses MariaDB, an enhanced drop-in replacement for MySQL, as a database. MariaDB is a community-driven package by the original developers of MySQL, with the promise of future compatibility, hence, terminal commands and software tools for MySQL database can be used for MariaDB as well. On RunCloud, there are a few ways to manage your …

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Why Authentication Using SSH Public Key is Better than Using Password and How Do They Work?

Why Authentication Using SSH Public Key is Better than Using Password and How Do They Work?

What is SSH? SSH, or Secure Shell, is a network protocol that allows users to remotely manage their servers or computers over the Internet, in which the communication between the two machines are strongly encrypted and protected from being eavesdropped. The user runs a client on his or her machine and the network connection carries …

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RunCloud Helps You Save Time and Money with Cyber Monday 2018 (40% OFF)

RunCloud Helps You Save Time and Money with Cyber Monday 2018 (40% OFF)

Cyber Monday sale is back! If you are looking for a great deal on how to manage your servers easily and in a cost-effective way, now is the the perfect time to grab the RunCloud deal that is available for 2 days only (26-27 November 2018) according to your timezone. But if you are already …

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Black Friday Now on RunCloud by 23 Nov 2018 Offers Up to $202 OFF

Black Friday Now on RunCloud by 23 Nov 2018 Offers Up to $202 OFF

Black Friday is famous throughout the world as the best time to get the best deals. So, what is Black Friday? It is the first Friday after Thanksgiving in the United States, where a tradition has grown for shops to offer amazing sales for the post-holiday weekend, and now savvy consumers will spend their money …

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RunCloud RoundUp – October 26th

RunCloud RoundUp – October 26th

Welcome to this weeks RunCloud RoundUp, if you receive this newsburst in your email inbox then you should be noticing the redesign... Shout out to Kam for the great work, we hope you like it! From the blog this week we have a look at setting yourself up for hosting WordPress multisite on a RunCloud...

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Top 5 PHP Frameworks in 2018 / 2019

Top 5 PHP Frameworks in 2018 / 2019

Congratulations on choosing PHP to be your language of choice for your server-side programming, instead of others such as Java, Python, Ruby, C++, Perl, GO, Node/Javascript etc. Your choice could have been influenced by any number of reasons, including but not limited to PHP being free, open source, with a highly active community around it, …

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How to Create Wildcard Subdomain for Unlimited Subsites

How to Create Wildcard Subdomain for Unlimited Subsites

What is Wildcard subdomain Wildcard subdomain is a wildcard (catch-all) DNS record that will match request for non-existent subdomains. It is specified by a “*” as part of the domain name, example: *.yourdomain.com. With wildcard subdomain setup, you do not need to create a DNS record for each subdomain. Example: unlimited subdomain for WordPress multisite …

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