RunCloud RoundUp – October 8th

RunCloud RoundUp – October 8th

Welcome to this issue of the RunCloud RoundUp for Monday 8th October 2018.

From the blog this week we have a guide to help you set up and run multiple WordPress sites on a RunCloud managed cloud server, and we take a look at the benefits the teams feature brings to all RunCloud business plan subscribers.

In other news from around the development infowebs… We finally have a release date, November 19th, for WordPress 5… and with it, Gutenberg! It is October and that means Hacktoberfest is upon us again, celebrate all things open source by contributing this year! We have an indepth article that looks at the state of Drupal 2019, funny that… perhaps a little early? And Nativescript-Vue 2.0 has been released, build your mobile web applications with the Vue framework, but what will you choose to run your backend?

And more… news that PHP7.4 will bring typed properties, a welcome addition to the language! At the Pagely blog, John Hughes introduces 9 free tools that are essential for plugin development, see if you agree. Shankar at OpenSenseLabs explores the power of microservices architecture with Drupal 8. The Elementor podcast looks at the success of ACF and Elliot Condon, the man behind the most widely plugin for WordPress and custom content. Learn how Laravel 5.7 introduces several Mail localization improvements, and finally Tomas Vortuba speaks of the 5 pieces of advice he wished he had been given before contributing to open source. (maybe perfect timing with Hacktoberfest?)

Leading our tutorials section… Peter Tasker at the Delicious Brains blog walks us through End to End testing with Cypress. Sylvan Ash shows us how to send SMS reminders with Symfony at the Twilio blog. Star tutorials takes us through PSR, the standards enabling PHP framework and library interoperability, perhaps the secret behind PHPs reinvigoration.

We also have an introduction to the command line interface from Carl Alexander, Murze shows us how to use custom HTML components in our Blade views, Dan Englishby demonstrates 5 ways to loop through a PHP array, and finally Brendt explores Laravel Views Models at his Stitcher blog.

 

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Run Multiple WordPress Sites On The CLOUD with RunCloud
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Adrian Wong

Run Multiple WordPress Sites On The CLOUD with RunCloud

Ridhauddin Hariz takes us through the steps to set up and run a WordPress site on a RunCloud managed server. Following these easy instructions you can host multiple WordPress sites in the cloud.

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Sharing RunCloud Server Access with Team Members
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Liew CheonFong

Sharing RunCloud Server Access with Team Members

With the RunCloud business plan subscriptions you can take full advantage of the teams feature and set highly granular permissions for your team members. In this article Liew introduces the feature in more detail.

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Development News from Across the PHP World and Beyond

WordPress 5 slated for November 19th 2018

WP Tavern | Sarah Gooding
WordPress 5 slated for November 19th 2018

WordPress 5 (and so Gutenberg) has a release date.... November 18th 2018! Ready or not, here it comes, and with it the biggest changes to WordPress site development ever.

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Hacktoberfest 2018 - Celebrating 5 Years!

Digital Ocean
Hacktoberfest 2018 - Celebrating 5 Years!

It's that time of year again, Hacktoberfest is celebrating it's fifth year this October, this month long festival of open source contributing and support is your chance to get involved.

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The State of Drupal 2019

MediaCurrent | Jay Callicott
The State of Drupal 2019

While it seems a little early to us, this article digs deeply into the evolving PHP CMS and framework market and Drupal's place in it.

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Behold! NativeScript-Vue 2.0!

Nativscript Blog | Jen Looper
Behold! NativeScript-Vue 2.0!

NativeScript-Vue, NativeScript’s implementation of its runtime with support for the Vue.js framework, has reached version 2.0! Make native mobile applications with the Vue framework.

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