There are quiet weeks and then there are really quiet weeks, and this was a really quiet week on the RunCloud Blog! Although we did sponsor the excellent LaravelConf 2018 in Taiwan yesterday, so that is news! So instead this week we are featuring a couple of pieces of our past content, including the story of how RunCloud came into being…
In other news… Gutenberg is just around the corner and Torque Mag tries to work out just how the WordPress community feels about this it, there are two new Laravel tools – one to help you generate Entity relationship diagrams and another that performs app self diagnosis, WordPress 4.9.7 is released as a security update and 4.9.8 will include a callout to try Gutenberg, an inspection of last years Y Combinator’s startups landing pages provides us with an invaluable lesson in design, we look at how to utilize Chrome Dev tools fully with an article from SitePoint, a new website format has been developed that can transmit webpage data in the actual url, and we wrap things up with a couple of opinion pieces on PHP, overkill and making it great again.
This weeks tutorials features an introduction to the WordPress loop from David Hayes over at WPShout, we have a step by step guide to implementing OAuth in your application from Annabelle at Dev.to, and finally Anthony Gore runs us through how to ensure our SPA (Single Page Applications) remain SEO friendly.
Check out these posts from the RunCloud Blog Archive
Why RunCloud? Why indeed... not just why you should use RunCloud, but have you ever wondered why RunCloud was built in the first place, what was the Genesis of this whole project, how did it all get started? Let's go back to the beginning...Read More
Cloud Hosting vs Shared Hosting: Why Cloud Hosting is Better for Your Business?
Lets take a look at why Cloud Hosting is the right choice for your Business web hosting. Liew compares cloud hosting with shared hosting and highlights the crucial factors that demonstrate why you should opt for hosting your website in the cloud.Read More
Development News from Across the PHP World and Beyond
What does the WordPress community feel about Gutenberg
Torque Mag | Nick Schaferhoff
The Gutenberg editor is one of the biggest changes coming to WordPress. But how does the community feel about it? In this Gutenberg editor review roundup, over at Torque Mag, Nick Schaferhoff aims to find out.Read More
Laravel Entity Relation Diagram Generator
Laravel News | Paul Redmond
Paul Redmond introduces the Laravel Entity Relation (ER) Diagram Generator, a package by Marcel Pociot that lets you generate entity relation diagrams by inspecting the relationships defined in your model classes.Read More
WordPress 4.9.8 to introduce "Try Gutenberg" Callout
WP Tavern | Sarah Gooding
Gutenberg 4.9.7 was going to introduce a "Try Gutenberg" callout, but since that version is now a maintenance and security bugfix (see below), it will now be introduced in 4.9.8! The Gutenberg train is coming!!!Read More
Is Your Landing Page Good Enough To Get Into Y Combinator?
Your Landing Page Sucks
'Your Landing Page Sucks' casts a critical glance across last years Y Combinator Startups and gleans 50 important lessons that might prove invaluable when trying to attract serious investment.Read More