PHP Monitor 3.5 is here with official Monterey and PHP 8.1 support and a few improvements.
A tale about a builder, a merchant and a mountain. Also about coding.
PHP Monitor blew up on Twitter and now I've got more than 600 stars on my GitHub repo. This is how that happened...
Here's a brief post about why you should keep your software up-to-date, specifically about PHP 8.0, in this case.
How to turn an OTF/TTF file into a subset web font, in a few easy steps.
How I made some important changes in the PHP Monitor codebase.
With new M1 Macs now available to everyone, one of the concerns I’ve seen floating around the internet is that the performance increase of the new M1 Macs is going to be offset by developers’ blatant disregard for performance in general.
I've really enjoy programming in Swift lately. This is a brief post of language features I enjoy.
A guide on how to set up Xdebug with PhpStorm and Laravel Valet
I have set up an extra way to backup my website, with a new console app, Aegis.
Did you know you can still analyze your web traffic without explicit analytics like Google Analytics? You can just use your nginx access logs!
CSS variables are pretty well-supported. Here's how easy it can be to roll out a dark mode if you're properly using CSS variables.