I've been using this Swaggervel package with almost all my recent Laravel projects. A few instances were lightly customized to work against different authentication schemes and I only briefly touched on using Laravel Passport.
I wanted to highlight a few areas while also offering up an example project as a lightly opinionated jumping off point. Just the highlights cover quite a bit of information but the example should have ample information in commit messages and in the finished product.
Not too long ago I became obsessed with Prometheus.
I'd heard about it for a while, knew it was powerful, and couldn't quite understand how everything fit together.
The documentation is extremely verbose for good reason but it took playing with it for a while for everything to click.
This post is a rather concise and extensive overview that goes a long way in expressing the basic concepts to my developer brain.
In their simplest form, exporters expose an HTTP endpoint of
/metrics with the output being statistics in Prometheus' format.
The real power of Prometheus comes when you expose your own
/metrics endpoint and have Prometheus consume the statistics you generate.
This post is also a very good introduction with the se ...
In this blog post on January 26 2015, Code School became part of Pluralsight. The website codeschool.com continued to operate normally until earlier this year when a banner showed the site would shut down and transition to Pluralsight June 1st. The banner pointed to this url, which gives a great overview of the changes but was sparse on what would take place during the transition.
It wasn't until June 1st that I finally understood the full breadth of the transition and stumbled upon the integration faqs. The important bit of information is this snippet:
Will I be able to access my Code School invoices or course history? ...
After putting the solution in
my previous post through its paces for a few
weeks, I realized the less intrusive approach is to patch Homestead v2's
scripts/create-mysql.sh with the following