Laravel is an open-source PHP framework that provides a set of tools and resources to build modern PHP applications. With a complete ecosystem leveraging its built-in features, Laravel’s popularity has grown rapidly in the past few years, with many developers adopting it as their framework of choice for a streamlined development process. In this guide, you’ll install and configure a new Laravel application on an Ubuntu 20.04 server, using Composer to download and manage the framework dependencies and Nginx to serve the application. When you’re finished, you’ll have a functional Laravel demo application pulling content from a MySQL 8 database.
PHP is one of the most used server-side programming languages. Many popular CMS and frameworks such as WordPress, Magento, and Laravel are written in PHP. This guide covers the steps necessary to install PHP on Ubuntu 20.04 and integrate it with Nginx and Apache. At the time of writing, the default Ubuntu 20.04 repositories include PHP 7.4 version. We’ll also show you how to install previous PHP versions. Before choosing which version of PHP to install, make sure that your applications support it.
Pip is a tool for installing Python packages. With pip, you can search, download, and install packages from Python Package Index (PyPI) and other package indexes. This guide explains how to install pip for Python 3 and Python 2 on Ubuntu 20.04. We will also walk you through the basics of installing and otherwise managing Python packages with pip.
Composer is a dependency manager for PHP (similar to npm for Node.js or pip for Python ). With Composer, you can specify the PHP libraries your project depends on, and it will pull and manage all libraries and dependencies for you. Composer is used in all modern PHP frameworks and platforms such as Laravel, Symfony, Drupal, and Magento. This tutorial explains how to install and use Composer on Ubuntu 20.04.
Ehcache is using SLF4j logging, to log stuff, put a slf4j implementation in the project classpath, in this example, we use logback. Tools used :Ehcache 2.9, Maven 3, logback 1.0.13
In this tutorial, we will show you two examples to help you getting started with Ehcache. Tools used : Ehcache 2.9, Maven 3, Gradle 2, JDK 1.7 – P.S Ehcache required JDK 1.5 or above.
This tutorial show you how to integrate Jersey web application with Spring framework. Technologies used :Jersey 1.8, Spring 3.0.5.RELEASE, Eclipse 3.6, Maven 3
This tutorial show you how to use Jersey client APIs to create a RESTful Java client to perform “GET” and “POST” requests to REST service that created in this “Jersey + Json” example.