If you want to perform a HEAD request with PHP on an URL you can use the `stream` functionality…
Here’s a Magento snippet showing how to use a Group By clause on a Magento collection model.
Homebrew is easy to use and makes installing services such as MySQL or Elasticsearch a breeze. Here’s how to manage those services.
I’m pleased to announce that I have recently passed the Magento Certified Developer exam.
I’ve had a problem on a few older projects where composer dies with “????%” after running `composer update`. Here’s the fix.
I had the idea a while ago of creating a basic starter app containing the boilerplate code needed to get started on an idea – so here it is. Introducing my Laravel Starter App – Hit the Ground.
Magento provides an interface for you to define your own custom variables. You can use these in CMS pages, static blocks, email templates and phtml templates. Here’s how to use them.
Here’s a quick tutorial on creating foreign keys with MySQL.
Have you discovered how hard it is when testing Magento email? Have you ever tried getting Magento to use a separate SMTP server to send emails? I have, and got very frustrated with it. My solution to testing magento email is to use Mailtrap.io.
Magento 2 comes with built-in functionality to backup and restore the code, media, and database. You can choose to backup and restore code, media, or database separately. Here’s how to backup and restore with Magento 2.
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