If you want to send Laravel form data using Sendgrid use this for .env (using your own details of course): MAIL_DRIVER=smtp MAIL_HOST=smtp.sendgrid.net MAIL_PORT=587 MAIL_USERNAME=apikey MAIL_PASSWORD=very_long_key MAIL_ENCRYPTION=tls MAIL_FROM_NAME=”Company Name” MAIL_FROM_ADDRESSfirstname.lastname@example.org The
When using the command line on my Mac to connect to a TransIP server in the Netherlands using sftp email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org’s password: Connected to email@example.com. sftp> ls backups logs private
Normally Laravel has authentication including email verification built in. Since Laravel 5.7 I believe. But sometimes you need it added as you have a Laravel application that predates all this.
If you need to update a PHP Composer package to a specific version instead of the latest that can be done You just need to do require as always, but
To fetch a remote Github Pull Request into your local repository so you can test it you need to do the following: where ID is the pull request id and BRANCHNAME is the name
Had a Plesk Parallels error today. Could not download an archived directory ERROR: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 236457984 bytes) (JsonRpc.php:346) Seems a php file
Wanted to setup a server at Vultr using my Laravel Forge account for a new WordPress customer of mine. Recommended Vultr as they are well represented in Australia. For this
Recently upgraded to MacOS Catalina and zsh shell. Since the upgrade it seems we have Python 3 and no longer 2.x so to work with older Trellis setups using Python
Just found out another reason why I do like Laravel Forge. Installing Self Signed Certificates is even easier than I thought. We normally did it the old fashioned way. Meaning
Welcome to the first post in the Upwork series where we talk about making a backup of your website, one you can store anywhere and use anywhere to restore your
Local testing of Pay.NL can be a challenge. Error messages given out are often vague to say the least and documentation is not always great either. We just updated our
We are considering moving from Forge to Vapor or from VMs to Serverless for a client. We are however not convinced that the startup in question will benefit from it.