RunCloud RunDown – July 9th

RunCloud RunDown – July 9th

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.

Enjoy

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12 responses to “RunCloud RunDown – July 9th”

  1. You guys came up with a great way to market your blog. Everytime I see it in my inbox, I have to open the email because I see RunCloud Down! Gets my attention everytime.

  2. Can you guys make a FB group? I’ve got lots of questions. I’d love to use runcloud to do webhosting for clients but was wondering if you plan to grow into a billing solution for resellers/webhosting-businesses. Or maybe your servers aren’t intended for that? (performance only?)

    • RC is so amazing. Johnny that’s a great thought…maybe Jeff Cleverley can help communicate this idea to the right folks at RC

    • Johnny servers? You need your own Cloud VPS to use RC

      You know what RC is, right? OR I’m understanding you question differently

    • Rajendra Zore I’m asking RC if they have (or plan to have) a billing solution for resellers.

    • I am back on FB after my hols Rajendra.

      Hey Johnny re your initial point, RC does have a Facebook group, but the team hasn’t started managing/promoting it yet. Re the reselling and billing, I remember it came up in the AMA a few times, but Arif Tukiman will definitely be able to fill you in properly re their roadmap.

    • Jeff Cleverley thanks for the response! I’m taking a serious look at using your guys for future client webhosting, would be great if I could skin or whitelabel it as well. Just also wanted to talk to you guys about performance comparisons, runcloud appears slower than I was expecting and I want to give you guys every chance to score higher before I run off and put this on my blog review.

    • RunCloud RunCloud says:

      Hi Johnny Nguyen . Thanks for the suggestion. Instead of FB group, how about forum instead? You can use social login or same login of the panel (TBD).

    • RunCloud I feel FB groups are more efficient. You would think a forum would be more beneficial since they contain a wealth of info but truth is many questions and answers just get buried and no one really cares to search or check. With FB groups, you do have a lot of repetitive questions but more people to engage immediately and also feels more personable. With forums, nobody is notified automatically when new questions are asked.

  3. if runcloud have the same functionality like in cloudways = migrator plugin, its really awesome, hope we have this in future

  4. Billy Engler says:

    Has there been any headway into fixing the cache-clearing issue suffered by multiple users per this blog post and comment threads: https://blog.runcloud.io/2017/10/28/nginx-caching-tutorial-wordpress.html ??

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