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  • Installing the web stack on Ubuntu

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    This will guide you through installing the parentNode web stack on an Ubuntu 18.04 client. The full stack includes Apache 2.4, PHP 7.2, MariaDB 10.2, Redis, Imagick and optionally FFmpeg for JIT video and audio conversion and wkhtmltopdf for PDF generation.

  • Enable a site

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    Let's say you just cloned or downloaded a parentNode project to you local computer, and now you want to see it in your browser. That is what Enabling a site is all about. It means, that you'll make the Apache HTTP server aware of you local code, so it can serve it through your browser on a specific domain, typically only accessible on your local computer.

  • Segment market share statistics, December 2017

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    Desktop browsers are still – but only barely – the most common way of browsing the web, representing approximately 49% of page visits (vs. 60% back in June 2015). Mobile browser numbers are still climbing and mobile/smartphones now represent approximately 46% of the total page visits (up from 35% in 2015), while tablets is stable on about 5%.

  • Installing web stack on Windows 10

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    This will guide you through installing the parentNode web stack on a Windows 10. The full stack includes Apache 2.4, PHP 7.2, MariaDB 10.2, Redis, Imagick, FFMpeg and wkhtmltopdf.

  • SSL certificates with Let's Encrypt

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    Let's Encrypt is free and easy SSL certificates for the almost- masses. Through a few simple commands, you'll have free domain validated SSL certificates.

  • The parentNode web stack

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  • Setup Ubuntu Linux production server and install the parentNode web stack

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    This will guide you through installing the parentNode web stack on a clean Ubuntu 18.04 server for production deployment. The full stack includes Apache 2.4, PHP 7.2, MariaDB 10.2, Redis, Imagick, FFmpeg for JIT video and audio conversion and wkhtmltopdf for PDF generation.

  • Installing the web stack on Mac OS

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    This will guide you through installing the parentNode web stack on Mac OS or OS X. The parentNode development environment is a full web stack based on Apache, MariaDB, PHP, Redis, Imagick, FFmpeg and wkhtmltopdf, which enables you to run all the parentNode tools, as well as most other PHP based frameworks and CMS', including WordPress, Joomla or TYPO3.

  • The Favicon overkill

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    Remember back when all you needed was just one favicon? Today it's not quite that simple. A lot of new device types support a custom favicons for even more different use case scenarios. But do you really need 27 specific favicon's for your website? I don't think so.

  • Buying and setting up a domain validated SSL certificate for Apache

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    Setting up a SSL certificate might seem like a complicated and expensive matter. It doesn't have to be expensive but it truly is bit complicated with a lot of new terms to deal with. Here are some hints to help get you through the process.

  • Create a personal SSH key

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  • Segment market share statistics, June 2015

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    Desktop browsers still dominate with about 60% of page visits. Mobile phones take up about 35%, while the tablets only have a 5% market share. Modern browsers across platforms make up about 80% of page visits.

  • Browserstack - cross browser testing doesn't have to suck

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    Recently I switched back to Browserstack and I must say I am impressed with the updates they have made over the last years. Roughly estimated it is top of class in all areas. Shortest way to local live testing, really good speed and all the testing features one can expect of a complete testing environment. And I especially want to applaud them for having a cheap freelancer plan - finally someone who is also considering the needs of the small individual businesses.