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Runcloud blew up our PrestaShop server!?

Runcloud blew up our PrestaShop server!?
Small tip in RuncCloud configuration if you're using PrestaShop to not inadvertently fill your disk with error logs.
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Using the PerchCMS Factory pattern

Using the PerchCMS Factory pattern
This post describes how to use the PerchCMS Factory pattern to interact with your PerchCMS data.
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Leverage NPM for repetitive frontend development

Leverage NPM for repetitive frontend development
Lots of components used to develop a website are re-used from one site to another. It would be inefficient to recode everything from scratch each time. Rather than copying and pasting between projects, here's a quick intro into using NPM to install your reusable front end components.
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Testing FTP & SFTP locally on your Mac

Testing FTP & SFTP locally on your Mac
Need to test some code that transfers files via FTP or SFTP but don't want to risk using the production FTP account? This post will show you how to setup and connect to your local Mac FTP or SFTP server for testing.
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Clearing the Perch Shop Cache

Clearing the Perch Shop Cache
Is your custom Perch Shop process not updating the cart details? Its probably the Perch Shop Cache showing stale data. Here's how to clear it.
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Configuring PerchCMS with PHP dotenv

Configuring PerchCMS with PHP dotenv
How to integrate .env files to store environmental specific credentials with Perch CMS and keep that information out of your Git repository
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Laravel Mix, minus the Laravel ?

Laravel Mix, minus the Laravel ?
Laravel mix is the frontend toolkit that ships with the Laravel PHP framework and uses Webpack. But you don't need to use Laravel to take advantage of Laravel Mix. Here is how Cognetif uses Laravel Mix with Perch CMS.
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Building the latest Cognetif website

Building the latest Cognetif website
Building the Cognetif website is a fun process. I get to experiment and try new things and this time I wanted to practice what I preach and build the Cognetif site exactly as I would for a client.  Here is how its built.
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