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Leonardo Losoviz
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Nov 9, 2020 ⋅ 12 min read

Coding in PHP 7.4 and deploying to 7.1 via Rector and GitHub Actions

Leonardo Losoviz Freelance developer and writer, with an ongoing quest to integrate innovative paradigms into existing PHP frameworks, and unify all of them into a single mental model.

Recent posts:

7 TUI Libraries For Creating Interactive Terminal Apps

7 TUI libraries for creating interactive terminal apps

When writing applications, a good user interface is just as important as the actual app’s functionality. A good user interface […]

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Expo Router Adoption Guide Overview Examples And Alternatives

Expo Router adoption guide: Overview, examples, and alternatives

Expo Router provides an excellent file-based routing solution with crucial features such as deep linking and native support.

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Superglue Vs. Hotwire For Modern Frontend Development

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Explore how Superglue and Hotwire revolutionize frontend development with HTML over the wire, enhancing performance, flexibility, and ease of use.

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Using Pocketbase To Build A Full Stack Application

Using PocketBase to build a full-stack application

PocketBase is a performant Go-based tool that comes with essential features like user auth, file uploads, access control rules, and more.

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2 Replies to "Coding in PHP 7.4 and deploying to 7.1 via Rector and GitHub Actions"

  1. Yep, no particular reason, I had my CI already working with Travis so I just went along with it. If I had to create it from scratch, I would’ve only used GitHub Actions

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