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Commented on What I Learned About Cypress On Day 2
I'm just adding my $2 for a fully Cypress series - love these videos and am definitely looking forward to adding it into my workflow for front end testing!!!
Thanks @yibr , that's probably exactly what I need!
@bobbybouwmann - thanks for the heads up on that - hadn't looked into the load balancer route.
@sinnbeck - Thanks for the clarification on different domains (only one I can think of there is their 50 certificate issuances/week limit). But any thoughts on how to make those multiple certificates play nicely with Forge?
IE if I have 50 certificates with 100 domains (so 5k domains), how do I "activate" those 50 certificates in Forge to keep everything running smoothly across all the domains?
Alternate question - if I can't do that within Forge (as this isn't in the 90% cases, which I definitely get), then are there any sites / tutorials / guides you can point me towards to help me implement this without the use of Forge magic? (Preferably of the step-by-step variety, since a lot of this seems like magic to me, haha)
Started a new Conversation Handling Hundreds Of Aliases / Ssl Certificates In Forge?
My main question boils down to: How can we get SSL certifications for > 100 domains?
Sub-question: Can we have multiple active certificates on a site at the same time?
I've found that it's easy enough to get the new certificates from LetsEncrypt using multiple domains + the alias feature, though I saw there was a 100 name per certificate limit for letsencrypt.
Forge also seems to have a limit of 1 active certificate at a time - so how would I handle having 101+ domains with ssl?
Thanks for any insight!!
Was just about to add the very same question - does anybody have any insight into this?
Replied to Adding Subscription To Cashier Customer
In my app, I've set up only one payment method per customer. They're free to change it as they like. No tricks necessary!
Started a new Conversation Adding Subscription To Cashier Customer
This was frustrating me earlier, and I had a hard time finding documentation about it, so I wanted to share.
Apologies in advance if this is well understood by everybody but me! :)
In my application, I was allowing customers to attach their card as a customer, without making any transactions first.
The issue came up when I wanted to attach a subscription using Cashier.
This didn't work, even when the user had a valid stripe customer id (stripe_id = 'cus_xxxxx'):
$quantity = request('quantity'); $user = auth()->user(); $subscription = $user->newSubscription('product','plan')->quantity($quantity)->create();
Instead, I had to manually grab the payment method from Stripe first, to pass into Stripe:
$quantity = request('quantity'); $user = auth()->user(); $payment_method = $user->paymentMethods()->first(); $subscription = $user->newSubscription('product','plan')->quantity($quantity)->create($payment_method->id;);
By grabbing the first paymentMethods from the user, we're then able to access the Stripe payment identifier token value (ie 'pm_xxxxx'). This is what cashier expects.
If nothing else, this will help me in the next project I set up like this! :)