This is what TPG was offering back in October 2020. This is what they are offering now: You can see that the small plan discount for new customers is now only for 3 months and not 6 months. You do get an extra 2GB of data but that is neither here nor there.
These three options can be confusing for a beginner and it takes a while to know how and when to use then. Here are some quick tips to help. Methods Always use these when binding events. In other words when something (aka an event) happens such as a user has clicked a button. An example… Read More »
If you’ve come across the @ and : symbol in Vue and you have forgotten what they mean, then there is an easy way to remember them. Imagine @ looking similar to an ‘o’ (aka the letter). This letter is contained in v-on. Therefore v-on can be replaced with @. We can also get rid… Read More »
Heat is a killer for all things electronic, non more so than a laptop. Recently, Australia has hit a heat wave where it’s been over 35 degrees C for several consecutive days peaking at about 39 degs. Inside the house without AC, the temperature is around 30 degs. Combining this with ClickUp which recently has… Read More »
This is a neat video that explains very clearly what arrow functions are.
Getting MySQL up and running in Docker is very easy and fast but there are a few subtle things to note. Firstly there are 2 apparent options. docker run mysql or docker run mysql/mysql-server These handful of words are deceptively simple but you really need to understand what is happening under the covers. docker run… Read More »
Have you ever read articles where sometimes you see the docker command docker pull mysql/mysql-server and sometimes docker pull mysql and thought to yourself what is the difference? You can find out the difference by going to Docker Hub at: https://hub.docker.com/r/mysql/mysql-server v https://hub.docker.com/_/mysql Firstly, mysql is labeled the “official image” with over 1 billion downloads.… Read More »
There are 2 main ways to install mySQL on OSX. Using Homebrew or a .dmg installer from MySQL. Here I’ll go over the MySQL installer because you get a neat panel to start and stop the database. MySQL installer Head over to https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/ and download the latest community version and then run through the install… Read More »
Navigate to: /etc/apache2/httpd.conf and search for php. You should see: #LoadModule php7_module libexec/apache2/libphp7.so Remove the # which is uncommenting that line. Save the file and then restart Apache with the command: sudo apachectl restart As a quick test, if you place a small php file in your web server directory (/Library/WebServer/Documents/) you should be able… Read More »
Did you know that you have the Apache web server already installed on your Mac? To test, run this command: seans-MacBook-Pro:~ sean$ apachectl -v Server version: Apache/2.4.33 (Unix) Server built: Jan 18 2020 09:52:26 seans-MacBook-Pro:~ sean$ Great. So you have proved that you have Apache. Now what? Let’s practise starting and stopping it. To start… Read More »