When updating Laravel to a major version, it might be straightforward but
more often than not, it is not. I personally always struggle with to get it
done quickly and usually spend far more time on the task, than expected.
This is especially true in larger projects where there mi…
There a is a issue I am having for quite a long time I hadn't been able to
quickly solve, so I just sucked it up. The issue is, that if I plug off the
Yubikey off the laptop's USB port, one CPU goes haywire 100% usage and
some, but not all services or applications that require in…
This feature really helped me save some time almost daily and it was hiding
in plain sight. DBeaver, the open-source database management software, can
format JSON columns for you. Before I found this feature, I had to copy
paste the column into editor to make sense of the nested …
I got a replacement for my Samsung MZVLW256HEHP-000L7 NVMe 256GB M.2 PCI
Express X4 SSD, known also simply as Samsung PM961. It is an OEM part.
After replacing it with the new one, Samsung 980 1TB, I put the old one on
sale. This was my daily driver, so I did not want any meaning…
Just a very quick update about how I was able to restore a git repository
stored inside a Gitea and backed up via restic.
Warning: this guide most probably does not work correctly with LFS
files, but they might either not be that critical to restore or the
repository might not e…
After a few days of struggling I have found a few-lines long solution to
the problem of how to show ReCaptcha after a few hits on the endpoint. It
is useful for for instance for payment gateway integration, where this way
you make sure attacker is not abusing your app to find out…
When browsing a PHP documentation, an example at the bottom of the
Complex (curly) syntax
section explaining a usage of a
scope resolution operator
(::) within a curly syntax for strings in PHP caught my eye. Let's look
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