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@tykus Noted. Do you have a sample coding for this? Currently I have ruining pure PHP application and it would do the same things using socket.IO and nodejs.
@tykus will this interactively perform? Because it is better if we can alert them before invalidate.
I need to restrict single user login from multiple locations. Basically users share their username and password among other users. I need to logout the logged user if his username password entered again from somewhere else. What would be the best method and technology to perform this action?
@byterbit Can you just post the APP_URL of .env file.
@byterbit First don't panic.. always there is a way, It looks your site is not responding when it calls under HTTPS. Even no single page is loading is that you were saying here?
@lestah It's all depend on how your application should work and what it's functionalities. Vue is a trending framework and it gives more support for the development. Of course you can work with jQuery if the application is not very complex and simple.
@mikepmtl I preferred VueJS as it is simple and readable and it has grate support with Laravel back-end
@douglasakula Yes.. currently also it same. I maintain same database structure for all my clients. I have written my own program to do changes on all database at once. Not only that but also current application support for different countries as well. Everything controlled by on/off switches. Fortunately workflow for the industry is same among all the costumer even in different countries, even-though some customers have different approaches I'm bringing them to the best practices.
@douglasakula My domain for application is logistics.. Imagine one table contain millions of records and and more than 300 customers. Millions X 300 so, you think one database can handle?
I thought the same way.. What about multiple customers, (One customer have many users + admins + on/off features) They need separate Databases.
Have you done the changes required in my.cnf file in you ubuntu server regarding the SSL Certificate?
Try the following command on mysql Server:
mysql -e "show variables like '%ssl%';"
Hi All, I have developed an ERP software written in pure PHP with 22 different modules such as Accounting, HR, CRM, Warehouse, Transport ..etc. Also it contain nearly 1000 tables. Same application used by multiple customers.
I plan to re-write this application using laravel. I would like to get advice from you all about how do I structure this and what are the best practices. I have multiple customers using the same application what is the best approach to start developments? The current application contains many features but this level I consider following points:
1. Multiple Modules (Accounting, HR, CRM, Repoting, Transport ...etc all modules are linked with finance) 2. Multiple Customers with different configurations (Separate Database for each, On/Off switches for features)