You’ve probably heard whispers of the new exciting thing in the world of PHP development, PHP 8 – the upcoming major version of PHP. Earlier this year, we published a post on the latest trends in PHP web development for 2020, and we briefly introduced PHP 8 in it. In this post, we’re going to dive deeper and take a look at what this major release has to offer.
WooCommerce 4.0 is finally here! It was released on March 10th, 2020. The major focus of this update is to move towards a more React-driven experience. This release comes with a set of impressive WooCommerce 4.0 features, but the most striking one is a new admin interface. What does this mean for you?
With the global spread of Covid-19 having a notable impact on workspaces worldwide, many employees are working from home. But what’s the cybersecurity implication of this shift? In an effort to adopt the ‘new normal’, employers can’t overlook the aspect of cybersecurity for remote workers. Here’s how you can address the security gaps and handle vulnerabilities, which are part of this ‘new normal’.
Software as a service (SaaS), an innovative branch of cloud computing, has been embraced by businesses across the globe for the unique benefits it brings to the table. SaaS involves the delivery of applications in the form of service over the internet. With SaaS, businesses and individuals need not install and maintain software; instead, they can simply access the software via the internet, liberating themselves from the management of complex hardware and software.
The web development landscape saw several updates and changes in the year 2019. 2020 too has witnessed significant changes up to now and more updates are on the way. This landscape includes PHP web development, which, although isn’t a favorite of all, is still widely used.
PHP has always been criticized by developers, with some finding the framework to be backdated, mediocre, and crappy.
With the release of Drupal 9 on June 3, 2020, website owners are focusing on upgrading their Drupal websites to this latest version as quickly as possible (if not, why?). At this moment, many site owners might be overwhelmed and concerned about different things regarding the Drupal 9 upgrade. To provide clarity and direction, this post offers a Drupal 9 readiness checklist to help site owners smoothly carry out the upgrade to D9.
Even just one hour of downtime can be a website owner’s worst nightmare. Besides just the expenses, your online reputation can be at stake. You could even land in legal trouble. To sum up, this spells disaster for your websites. Don’t take any chances and let us help you avoid some common web hosting mistakes.
In our previous post on Amazon Aurora, we saw what Amazon Aurora is, features of AWS Aurora MySQL compatible edition, and several other valuable aspects of Aurora. You can read the post here.
As a continuation to our previous post, we’ve written this blog focusing on migration of RDS for MySQL databases to Amazon Aurora.
HTTPS is the encrypted version of HTTP, a popular web protocol used to access data. The difference between HTTP and HTTPS is that the latter uses secured methods to encrypt any normal HTTP response or request. By using HTTPS, you ensure the security of your site’s data. Let’s find out more about these two web protocols and how they help your website.