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How I configure Laravel Homestead after installing it on Mac

Each time after updating or installing Laravel Homestead I take these steps. (Step 1) Add Homestead to Firefox & Chrome (Step 2) ┬áDisable strict database date settings in MySQL (Step 3) Import and configure Postgres databases (Step 4) Set the max upload size of nginx. Other Details I use PHPStorm during development and the PHPUnit […]

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Link Share: Issue #2

Today I want to share the podcasts I listen too frequently. Some shows have changed my life. Some shows are new. Some have been around for a long time. The Tim Ferriss Show The Stack Overflow Podcast The Laravel Podcast The GaryVee Audio Experience The CSS Podcast The Case Jarvis LIVE Show Syntax. Planet Money […]

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Code Merged: Laravel

Little did I know how much I would come to love Laravel. My Laravel journey started after acquiring a shamefully developed Drupal 6 e-commerce website, 6 years ago. Now, this particular Drupal 6 website was a total mess. Due to its build: I couldn’t add new products, I couldn’t upgrade core (it was modified), and […]

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Getting macOS to trust all your self-signed SSL certificates from Homestead with a single shot

If you want Google Chrome on macOS (previously OS X) to always trust all of your sites hosted on your Laravel Homestead vagrant box add the Homestead  ca.homestead.homestead.crt certificate file to your Mac’s Keychain Access and trust the certificate. Take a look at how this can be done. To import your .csr file as a […]

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Stop Chrome & Firefox from blocking HTTPS requests by default for all domains hosted by Homestead

Virtual hosted Homestead SSL URLs in both Chrome and Firefox display an insecure message when visited. In this tutoial we will stop these browsers from blocking HTTPS requests by default for all domains hosted by Homestead. To get started, you simply need to import your certificate authority, .csr, file into Firefox. For Chrome you need […]