How To Install VueJS 3 CLI, GUI & Plugins – Part 4

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Intro 

In the last tutorial, we learned how to install Vue 3 CLI and gone over a few of the new features which were shipped with it. 

In this article, we will go over two features that are really something new in the world of JavaScript Frameworks. These features are Plugins and Graphical User Interface. 

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What Is WSGI?

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Have you ever wondered how Python web applications work on an Apache or NGINX web server? The answer is WSGI or Web Server Gateway Interface.

Python is rapidly gaining in popularity for various web applications and software options. WSGI is one of the numerous powerful frameworks that are enabling this forward-looking acceptance. You may be new to Python web applications and wondering how this type of application is deployed in a production environment or you may have already used this type of framework previously, but want to know more about what WSGI is. 

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3 Tips For Working With a MySQL Database!

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Pre-Flight Check

  • These instructions are intended for deleting a MySQL database on Linux via the command line.
  • I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 7 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.

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How to Back Up And Restore MySQL Databases From The Command Line

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While automated backups are important, sometimes you just want to take a MySQL dump of the database prior to making a change to your site. When modifying files in Linux, you can simply copy a file to another name in order to make a new copy. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a backup of your database (or multiple databases) and also how to restore a backup from either command line or cPanel.

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How Do I Secure My Linux Server?

Reading Time: 6 minutesOur last article on Ubuntu security suggestions touched on the importance of passwords, user roles, console security, and firewalls. We continue with our last article and while the recommendations below are not unique to Ubuntu specifically (nearly all discussed are considered best practice for any Linux VPS server or dedicated server) but they should be an important consideration in securing your server. Continue reading “How Do I Secure My Linux Server?”

Best Practices for Security on Your New Ubuntu Server

Reading Time: 5 minutesWhen security is paramount to your business, a few security implementations can go a long way.  In the first article of our Ubuntu security series you’ll find effective tactics that can be easily enforced.

We continue with our second article in our Ubuntu Security series, where we will be suggesting further options to consider.

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Best Practices for Security on Your New Ubuntu Server: Users, Console and Firewall

Reading Time: 4 minutesThank you for taking the time to review this important information. You will find this guide broken down into six major sections that coincide with Ubuntu’s security policy guide. The major topics we talk on throughout these articles are as follows:

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MySQL Performance: MyISAM

Reading Time: 8 minutesMyISAM is a table-locking based engine. Table-locking prevents all other processes from writing data to the target table. This locking behavior encompasses the entire MyISAM table, no matter how minor the data change. This type of locking preserves the integrity of the data but at the cost of performance. The performance penalty for using table-locking based engines like MyISAM become more laborious as the row count in the table grows. Very large tables will see a significant delay in performance when data needs to be written to a MyISAM table.

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Listing and Switching Databases in PostgreSQL

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PostgreSQL (pronounced “post-gress-Q-L”) is a household name for open source relational database management systems. Its object-relational meaning that you’ll be able to use objects, classes in database schemas and the query language. As part of our PostgreSQL series, we’ll show you how to list and switch between databases quickly.
 

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MySQL Performance: InnoDB Buffers & Directives

Reading Time: 6 minutesAs discussed earlier in our MySQL Performance series, the InnoDB storage engine is designed to be a high-performance database for very large datasets. The row-locking technique it uses allows for many read and write requests to occur on a single table concurrently. This is a vast improvement in speed over traditional Continue reading “MySQL Performance: InnoDB Buffers & Directives”