If you are a PHP programmer working with the Laravel framework, I am sure that you deploy your web application on cloud servers on providers like Linode, Digital Ocean, Vultr and the rest. That’s because with a framework like Laravel, which works tightly with tools like Git and Composer, it is less and less likely that your application can be served from a shared hosting environment.

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Whether you’re using Instagram for business or pleasure, it’s a great way to make new friends, customers, or fans. Doing the work of getting your account before as many eyes as possible, however, can be time-consuming, and since we all have the same limit to the hours of the day, any tool that saves us time and helps us to use Instagram more efficiently and effectively is bound to be invaluable.

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As a freelancer and someone who works with a small business, I have experienced the pain points of project management. The solution isusually an ever-changing mix of various apps and services that never feel quite right. I am always interested in trying something new since there always seems to be room for improvement. However, there’s one solution I haven’t tried: hosting my own CRM and project management solution.

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The offering of PHP URL shortener scripts bring as much variety and varying degrees of complexity as any other web development solution. Self-hosted URL shorteners can be set up exclusively for private use, but they can also be used for public use as well.

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