In this howto I’m going to cover how to create an SSL Certificate using letsencrypt for your Mikrotik in Mac OS. In linux should be quite similar (probably easer) and you can follow the same tutorial.
This is just some notes for myself that may be useful for other people.
Scenario: As a server administrator I want to keep the backups secure so only myself can restore them.
OSX hostname: earth.local
Ubuntu Server hostname: mars.local
In this article I’m going to share a trick that I use to achieve a similar result of the New in Symfony 3.4: Advanced environment variables for Symfony 2.x.
The new advanced environment variables is a great improvement on the developer experience using symfony. It is the way to go in the future and it expands what you can do using YML thanks to Symfony Expressions in the config and parameter files. Although you could do exactly the same in Symfony 2 with a small little trick.
Long time ago I use FPDF to create PDF Documents and reports. FPDF allows you to define a PDF using blocks. This process is slow as you can not reuse any of the views you already code in html or your frontend components.