As I have received multiple requests now, I decided to make a little bonus for you 😉
It seems like a lot of you preferring MySQL over PostgreSQL. I don’t understand why, but that’s another topic 😉
Hurray! This is for now the last part of this tutorial series. Today we will install symfony. Or better said, we will install the symfony installer.
What would be a modern web application without a database? Ok, you could also build an API that just takes data modifies it and give it back to you. Or a static site generator or whatever. But in most cases, you will build apps with databases.
For mastering this challenge you need to understand the following things:
- File Handling: Create, Read, Update, Delete
- Executing System Commands
I get the same questions over and over again, which is not a bad thing, but I want to give an answer here. Beginners always send me questions on what small projects they should do to learn fundamentals of a programming language. So I will create a little section here, with small challenges, you can try yourself to learn the basics of any programming language instead of just printing out “Hello World” to the screen.
Oh man, this is hard, we are at part 4 and haven’t seen anything. This sucks. Let’s change it!
In this tutorial I will show you, how to install nginx and add virtual hosts, of course provisioned 😉
In this part of the tutorial I will show you, how to use the raw module of ansible. This will be a shorter one, in which we will just install composer.
Honestly, in my opinion bash completion is one of the best features in bash.
If you just want the bash completion file and don’t want to read through all of this, click here.