Laravel’s Concept of Gates and Policies

Laravel’s authorization mechanisms, gates, and policies can be likened to security measures at an airport. Gates function as the initial checkpoints, akin to security screenings, where travelers are checked against general criteria before proceeding to specific areas. For example, only administrators may pass through the “Admin Dashboard” gate. On the other hand, policies are like […]

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Firebase Alternatives: Open-Source and Cost-Effective BaaS Platforms

Looking for an alternative to Firebase? Check out these open-source and cost-effective BaaS platforms for fast and scalable app development, including Parse Server, Strapi, Firebase Alternative, Nhost, AWS Amplify, and Hasura. Firebase is a Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform that provides a variety of tools and services for web and mobile app development. However, it may not

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Inodes vs Gigabytes

Find the difference between Inode and Gigabytes or GB Inodes and GB (gigabytes) are two different ways of measuring data storage in a file system. GB (gigabytes) is a unit of measurement for data storage capacity that refers to the amount of digital data stored on a disk drive. GB is used to measure the

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How OAuth2 works?

Explaining in simple terms, the “magic” behind the mystery of OAuth. OAuth2 is a protocol for granting limited access to a user’s online resources (e.g., Facebook account) to third-party applications (e.g., a quiz app). Here’s how it works: This process allows the user to grant permission to a third-party app without sharing their login credentials,

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This blog covers tips and tricks for developers who are switching from PHP/Laravel/Lumen to Java/Spring Boot, including learning the basics of Java, the core concepts of Spring, and designing and developing APIs with Spring Boot. If you’re a PHP/Laravel/Lumen developer looking to switch to Java/Spring Boot, you might be wondering where to start. Java is

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Understanding the Differences and Choosing the Right Email Protocol When it comes to accessing email, two protocols dominate the landscape: POP3 and IMAP. Both protocols have their advantages and disadvantages, and the choice between them will depend on your specific needs and preferences. In this article, we’ll take a detailed look at the differences between

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Geofencing and Other Solutions for Online Attendance Systems

An old age problem that requires modern solution Introduction: Online attendance systems are becoming increasingly popular among companies that want to streamline their HR processes and track employee attendance more efficiently. However, one of the challenges of such systems is ensuring that employees clock in and out from a specific location. This is where geofencing

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Finding Balance in Coding: Embracing Creativity and Structure

In the bustling world of coding, where structure often reigns supreme, there’s an untapped realm of creativity waiting to be explored. As a seasoned developer who’s traversed the landscapes of professional and personal projects, I’ve come to realize the power of embracing both structure and spontaneity in project planning. Key Points: 1. The Art of

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