The easiest way to setup docker for Symfony or Laravel

Docker is a handy tool to setup multiple light-weight development environments or to virtualize your server. Too bad, docker has a steep learning curve and demands you to know some…

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How to use Many-To-Many-Fields in Data-Hub Pimcore 5 (GraphQL)

Many-to-many-fields work in Pimcore GraphQL (data-hub), though it might take you some time to figure out how it exactly works. If you haven’t added data-hub, read this post first about…

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How to use GraphQL (data-hub) in Pimcore 5

Pimcore 5 offers a new package to use GraphQL. That way you can make Pimcore 5 headless. This means you can access Pimcore data, without having to visit that website,…

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Oauth2 explained by concert ticket analogy

In order to understand OAuth2 authentication, you must get familiar with the terminology. Because terms like resource owner are rather vague at first, I use a concert ticket analogy to…

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How ‘json web tokens’ work

Json Web Tokens (JWT) are a means to send json objects between 2 parties. They can be secured with keys, so the receiver can verify the source. It consists of…

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WordPress: update password command line

If you locked yourself out of your WordPress account, and you can’t figure a way to log back in (even not with recover password), you can get around it by…

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Stop using “Lorem ipsum”, use real data

Testing with Lorem Ipsum texts is a still a common practise for testing designs and code, certainly in early stages. Yet, Lorem Ipsum texts has the following downsides: Latin has…

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Blog refresh! (on https)

Hi there! After long absence I will reboot this blog. All articles stay here, and I’m writing new ones. Some updates At first, this website is now on https. Quite…

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PHPStorm remove browsers icon toolbar

If you use the debugger in PHPStorm, there will be browser icons in the top right corner of the code editor. I found these distracting and unnecessary. To remove them:…

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Firefox 43 removed the option to switch back to classic search bar

*sigh* Firefox, it’s like every update I love you a little less. You used to be this technically advanced lightweight browser that showed Microsoft. But ever since Chrome got popular,…

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