Sorting Arrays in PHP

Sorting arrays is a common task, and PHP offers a variety of functions to help you do just that. The main differences of these functions are: An important thing to note is that all these sorting functions modify the original array directly. They do not return a new sorted array. So, if you need to … Read more

Integrating Google reCAPTCHA v3 with PHP

Introduction Google’s reCAPTCHA v3 is designed to help websites tell the difference between real users and bots without bothering users with challenges like identifying pictures or typing text. It works quietly in the background, making it both effective and user-friendly. To use reCAPTCHA V3, you need to have your site key and secret key. To … Read more

Setting Up Virtual Hosts Using XAMPP

Virtual hosts

Ever tried working on multiple websites at once while developing? It can be a hassle without virtual hosts. These handy configurations let you run several sites on your local Apache server simultaneously, just like they’re live on the web. And guess what? It’s super easy to set up, especially on macOS using XAMPP! XAMPP is … Read more

A Beginner’s Guide to Docker


Introduction In the fast-paced world of software development and deployment, Docker has become a cornerstone technology. It offers a standardized approach to packaging, distributing, and running applications. In this detailed guide, we will explore the core components of Docker, including Docker images, containers, Dockerfiles, Docker Compose, and delve into the practical use of volumes. Our … Read more

Email DNS Records for Dummies

DNS records for emails

There are four DNS records that are related to emails on your domain name. They are: MX Record SPF Record DKIM Record DMARC Record MX records are a DNS record type and they impact incoming emails. The other three are actually TXT record type and they are related to outgoing emails. SPF records and DKIM … Read more

Name Servers

Name Servers

Name servers are the servers that direct the traffic of a domain to the right IP address, and they are where all the DNS records are stored.