Good writing, when dealing with a product or service, is often invisible. The opposite cannot be said: poor quality writing can often distract or surprise users. This applies everywhere the written word can be found.
Good writing can benefit your product, your marketing materials, and will leave a better impression on customers and clients everywhere.Read blog post
PHP Monitor 6.1 is a minor update that comes with various translations, adds support for PHP 8.3 (also via PHP Version Manager) and PHP 8.4. This update also includes a few bugfixes.
It’s been some time since the last update: with PHP Monitor being mostly feature complete I haven’t spent a lot of time on the app lately.
However, with the summer now over I’ve been working on the app some more again. I hope you all enjoy this new update, and enjoy what’s to come. I still plan to continue my work on PHP Monitor.
I have added a little disclaimer to the main repository that will point some folks to Laravel Herd, which is a very cool tool, too. This might be helpful since PHP Monitor may not be the right tool for you.Read blog post
My fitness watch told me that I’m coming up on a two-year streak of working out. I’m pretty proud of that, actually. But throughout those two years, I’ve been dealing with mixed feelings in regard to where I am today.
I’m not where I expected to be, but also much further than expected, somehow.
I’m proud to say that I’ve been working hard on myself to be the best me I can be, but I’ve also done a lot of reflection. This has made me think about some mistakes I’ve made in the past and what I hope to be doing to avoid repeating past mistakes.Read blog post
PHP Monitor 6 is a major update that comes with a few important new features, including Standalone Mode, Instant Homebrew Response and the often requested PHP Version Manager.
I usually prefer less time between releases, so it has been a while since the last update, but I wanted to take my time to ensure you all have a great user experience with these new changes. I’ve been testing these changes a lot.
Especially the PHP Version Manager took a lot of time to get right, and might still not be an entirely flawless experience for everyone, but that’s unavoidable given how different people’s Homebrew setups can be.Read blog post