Some websites have small or moderate traffic most of the year. However, there are times when it suddenly increases. It happens because they offer seasonal products or services like Christmas decorations, swimsuits, or summer holiday trips. A large number of visitors coming to the webpage during such seasons can even cause its crashes. Fortunately, it’s possible to adjust the servers’ configuration to handle the occasional traffic spikes. We’ll show you a scalable and cost-effective solution that we implemented in one of our projects.

Laravel is known for its high intuitiveness and comfort of code-writing. Many things were designed by the Laravel creators to simplify the programmers' work with this framework. It’s the same when working with the database. The documentation will be a valuable source of information for you. However, in this text, I'll show you the aspects that aren’t included there. Thanks to them, your work with the database in Laravel will reach a higher level.

Not every company has a tool that's willingly used by its employees. Many organizations buy ready-made solutions for business and simply start using them. However, a newly-implemented intranet doesn't always turn out to be the right tool for a particular organization. The alternative is to create a personalized intranet software that will solve specific problems of your company and grow together with it.

A good CMS can be recognised by how it deals with the URL addresses of individual subpages. Convenient linking attracts users from search engines and has a significant impact on SEO. In this article, I'll introduce you to the Pathauto Drupal module, which is used to automate the creation of page aliases.

Laravel is an open source framework written in PHP. Programmers build many applications in it, including e-commerce platforms and booking applications. It may also turn out that your favourite forums were created using this technology. Read our article and learn more about the most important features of Laravel and the projects created in it.

Writing code according to the standards allows you to speed up the project creation. It's more easily extensible and more legible – thanks to this, new people on the project can more quickly deploy and provide optimal solutions. The PHP community is constantly striving to improve code quality. Tools to assist in writing the code that is compliant with the standards have been developed over the years. In this text I'll present one of them: PHP_CodeSniffer.

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