Deploying with Git

The plan

So I want to deploy my PHP app from my local development machine to a staging test server and then to a production server, without accidentally missing some files or database changes. My PHP app happens to be a Laravel app so I don’t need to worry about database changes too much since php artisan migrate pretty much takes care of that for me. So the first question is … Continue reading “Deploying with Git”

Deploying with Git

Starting a Laravel project in NetBeans and BitBucket, v3

The Plan

So I tried two times to get a new Laravel project set up with Git in BitBucket and NetBeans, and both times I got to the end and realised that something wasn’t quite the way I wanted it. So this time I’m going to write a to-do list before I start. Continue reading “Starting a Laravel project in NetBeans and BitBucket, v3”

Starting a Laravel project in NetBeans and BitBucket, v3

Netbeans and Laravel and Git, version 2

[ Spoiler: I didn’t end up going with this version either. I went with version 3.]

So I tried creating a new Laravel app by cloning the Laravel GitHub project, and that ended up giving me a Git repo that included all the branches and commits and everything from the Laravel project. Which was not what I wanted.

So I started again. Continue reading “Netbeans and Laravel and Git, version 2”

Netbeans and Laravel and Git, version 2

Connecting Netbeans and Bitbucket with Git – version 1

So I want to create a new Laravel project, hosted in BitBucket, and set it up as a project in Netbeans. Shouldn’t be that hard, right? Well, there are a few gotchas. (Spoiler: I don’t actually use this idea – I ended up going with version 3.)

Creating a new Laravel project in BitBucket

First, I logged in to BitBucket and  Continue reading “Connecting Netbeans and Bitbucket with Git – version 1”

Connecting Netbeans and Bitbucket with Git – version 1