When using GuzzleHTTP client if the domain you’re interacting with uses Securi you may find some unexpected results. Generally the issues come in the way of 4XX or 5XX error response codes. Oddly enough the issue presents itself when the Url works normally in the browser (or curl), but presents an inexplicable 403 with Guzzle. Some of your mileage may vary based on the domains Securi settings and configuration, but this tip can usually get you on the right track! Continue reading “Guzzle & Securi: Fixing 403 request errors”
In the previous articles we worked through what composer is, who uses it, and how to install it. Here we will cover some basic use case examples of how to acquire packages using the composer tool we previously setup.
The example documented in this article can be done either locally, or on your Liquid Web Fully Managed cPanel server, in either case these directions should be run as the user owning the website files. On a cPanel server this would mean you’re running these via SSH logged in as the cPanel user and you would be starting from within public_html. Continue reading “Working with Composer & Examples”