PHP Code for Show user information like IP address, useragent and others

You might have seen some of the sites showing you the information like “Your IP address is 127.0.0.1 ” or “You are using Firefox browser” etc. Its really easy to display or get these user or visitor information using PHP codes. Here in this post, we will write a simple php code for displaying a visitor’s IP address, browser info and where that user came from (Http_Referrer i.e from which url the user clicked to get to your current page).

Why do we Need the JWT in the Modern Web Era?

For a long time we, as developers, fought with it: sometimes with good results, sometimes not, but we thought we were happy.
Unfortunately, the web goes fast and many of these solutions was getting old too quickly.

Later on, a group of people realised that it was time to stop fighting with the “problem” and try to embrace it. The result of that epiphany is called JSON Web Token (JWT for short) and here we will try to tell its story…

How to deploy your Laravel application on AWS continuously

There is something very powerful about automating even the little things. We sometimes think as automation as the simple maths of saving a given number of minutes/seconds by a given number of times a day but the compound effect is much greater.

As you will be setting up more automation for your deployments, you will run into and solve problems many times more critical than saving a few minutes a week.

A Simple Explanation differences between Deep Learning and Machine Learning

Machine learning and deep learning are two subsets of artificial intelligence which have garnered a lot of attention over the past two years. If you’re here looking to understand both the terms in the simplest way possible, there’s no better place to be.

So if you’ll stick with me for some time, I’ll try to explain what really is the difference between deep learning vs machine learning, and how can you leverage these two subsets of AI for new and exciting business opportunities.

How To Install Let’s Encrypt in Apache on Ubuntu 18.04

Introduction

Let’s Encrypt is a Certificate Authority (CA) that provides an easy way to obtain and install free TLS/SSL certificates, thereby enabling encrypted HTTPS on web servers. It simplifies the process by providing a software client, Certbot, that attempts to automate most (if not all) of the required steps. Currently, the entire process of obtaining and installing a certificate is fully automated on both Apache and Nginx.