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Laravel Service Provider

Laravel Service Provider

Overview If you‘ve ever worked on the Laravel framework, you will listen regarding server container and service provider. They are the main part of the Laravel framework and do all huge tasks when your application runs. Service container The Laravel service container is a strong tool for handling class dependencies and implementing dependency injection. Reference: https://laravel.com/docs/5.6/container#introduction…

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Apache Web Server

Apache Web Server

Apache is an open-source web server software that powers about 45% server around the world. Apache is one of the most popular web servers that empowers you to run a stable website without too much of a difficulty. It’s the most frequent choice of developers that need a presence on the web. The official name…

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Laravel With MongoDB

Laravel CRUD With MongoDB

In this blog, we will use jenssegers/mongodb Package. If You want to get more details about the package, then Go To Github. MongoDB is an open-source, cross-platform, document-oriented NoSQL database used for a large amount of data storage. MongoDB is written in C++.  Configure the MongoDB You might have to face one issue to connect Laravel or any other PHP…

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SOC REPORTS

Service Organization Control (SOC 1, SOC 2 and SOC 3)

SOC compliance is valuable to have comprehensive security solutions offered in any SaaS ( Software-as-a-service ) concerning the enterprise. SOC report provides to benchmark an organisation concerning the quality, it’s a simple processor which in turn increase customer’s security. Adhering to SOC offers SaaS providers control on complete standards for cloud security, identification and access…

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Node.js

What is Node.js?

Node.js is a JavaScript runtime environment. The Node.js covers everything you require to run a program written in JavaScript. Node.js evolved into existence when the JavaScript developers extended it from something you could simply run in your browser and on your machine as a standalone application. Today you can use JavaScript for much more purpose…

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