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Add SSL/TLS to Apache with “Let’s Encrypt”

Everyone would love to see that lovely green lock next to your website’s URL and that glorious “https” mark, which makes us all feel warm and fuzzy inside, right? No problem. Thank’s to “Let’s Encrypt” you can now make it happen fast and free. Let’s build together a better internet. This tutorial is to set […]

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Manage Sublime Text themes easily with Colorsublime

Changing themes in Sublime Text can be a difficult task. Not because it is extremely critical for your productivity, but we all want our editor to look nice and pretty. It is like waking up in the morning and spending 30 minutes in front of the mirror, trying to decide what trousers to wear, so […]

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Recover the Form and Html facades in Laravel 5

Apparently in Laravel 5 the facades for `Form` and `Html` have been removed, apparently to make the distribution more minimal and flexible, due to the rise of applications that use stuff like Angular, React and so on. Whether you like this decision or not (I do not), this is the actual status for Laravel 5, […]

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Pushing to several Git repositories simultaneously

I have my own private repositories on a special server where I store my projects. But for running tests on a Continuous Integration service, I use Bitbucket because it allows private repositories for my secret projects. Every time I want to update my repositories I had to do As you see I had to define […]

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Checking your connectivity from the terminal

While I was logged though SSH to a virtual machine, I realized that my internet connection was quite slow, and I was wondering if there is a way to check the state of my connectivity. Of course, I have been doing for a long time this command to check if I was actually connected to […]

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