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  • Web Development
    Setting Up Continuous Integration & Continuous Deployment With JenkinsJenkins image
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    Add a little automation to your life - let's set up a Jenkins instance to handle testing and deploying for us.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Running WordPress on OpenShift Part 2Openshift
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    In this tutorial, we will dive deeply into OpenShift to understand the custom build and deployment process. We will also learn the command-line tool for logging and troubleshooting when our application is down. We'll also cover some bonus tips to leverage the SSH features offered by OpenShift. Additionally, we'll look at how to synchronize our local environment with the remote environment including the database, source files, and media files.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Quick Tip: Upgrade Your WordPress Site via SSHUpgrade ssh
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    I have already written about how to install WordPress via the shell. I am taking it further today by showing how you can upgrade it as well using shell access. Though you can always upgrade from within WordPress using the 1-click method, the shell method is more secure as it encrypts all the data transfer. There are two ways of doing it: You can do it using an SSH client or enable WordPress to use SSH Transfers for all types of upgrades whether its a core upgrade or plugin/theme upgrade/installs. I will discuss both methods here.Read More…
  • Tools & Tips
    SSH: What and HowSsh ftob
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    Many web developers use SSH ("Secure Shell") on a daily basis to manage their servers, back up files, work remotely, and a myriad of other tasks. Today, I'll explain what SSH is, do a brief history review, and, lastly, teach you how to set it up on your remote server or even your local network. Let's get started!Read More…
  • Hosting
    Download and Install WordPress via the Shell Over SSHDownload ssh
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    Normally you install WordPress by downloading the ZIP file, uncompressing it on your PC, going into the wordpress subfolder, uploading and running the script and not to mention going to your host's control panel to get the database setup and everything. Others do it by using Fantastico or SimpleInstall utilities available via their host's control panel. There is nothing wrong with those methods except the first one takes quite some time and the second method is not foolproof to say the least.Read More…
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