Created Tuesday 04 May 2021
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Skim the following:
Review last week and
Excellent explanation of the WHY
Bash on Data
(Honestly, "emacs" the text editor is hard to recommend - but emacs + org-mode is *really interesting* and worth looking into and learning from, even if, like me, you don't land on it in the final analysis)
I'm looking at some of the others, VS Code, et al.
A clever thing on CODE in general. Huge, but I've found it to be worth it.
Skim the following, so we can jump in:
Review of PHP- PHP Resources here:
Digging into "MahRSS"
Here is the link to the repo for mahrss if you'd like to try it out:
To get started yourself, you'd need to first
- clone it to your machine (or to your itpro server)
- Run composer to grab the simplepie library. There's more info on composer here - http://getcomposer.org - but for our purposes, if you install it on the server, just insure that you are in the main project directory, and the "composer.json" file is there. Then, a simple
should do it.
- You can now get it going. One thing to do is to perhaps find other RSS feeds and see if you can get them working.
Next, the goal is to get some kind of login system working. Below is the starter, json-based code I was working with:
Information to mount your itpro filesystem remotely. Includes Windows instructions as well: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-sshfs-to-mount-remote-file-systems-over-ssh
Gitlab repo for the Mahrss mysql bit I did in class - https://gitlab.com/jrm4/mahrss-ms
(Remember, if you'd like to just import the table like I did in class, it's just
mysql -p < tablecreate.sql