Access Local PC With a Domain Name Using Cloudflare Tunnels

Do you want to access your localhost over the internet (without static IP, without a router, without port forwarding) using the HTTPS protocol, remotely access your PC via SSH, or have you set up an FTP server on your system and want to access it

FrankenPHP: A Modern PHP App Server in Go (Install + Use)

FrankenPHP is a modern PHP app server built on Go and using the Caddy server under the hood. The standout feature that caught my eye was its standalone and self-contained binary, which can be easily downloaded and used without requiring any installation. In a single

How to Install and Use LunarVim on Linux (Complete Guide)

LunarVim is a fantastic NeoVim-based IDE, a community-driven project available for free to try, providing support for most popular programming languages such as C/C++, Python, Java, Node.js, Angular, Go, Scala, and 13+ more. It comes with a default configuration to offer features such as autocompletion,

What is Polyglot (and Hyperpolyglot) in Programming

A traditional journey for non-programmers entering the programming realm is to choose one of many programming languages and begin mastering it until they are able to make some use of it and create a full-fledged application. The journey would eventually end here if the person

How to Run a Python Script on a PHP/HTML File

In this article, you will learn how to run a Python script on a PHP (or even a plain HTML) file using two different methods, along with practical examples. I assume you have already installed Python with Pip and set up the web development environment

VSCode Tutorial: Features, Installation Guide, and Top Extensions

Visual Studio Code (a.k.a. VSCode) is a free and open-source code editor developed by the software giant Microsoft. It is one of the most popular code editors in the developer community due to its lightweight, speedy, and feature-rich nature. VSCode offers a highly customizable and

How to Shrink Long or Multiple Commands into a Single Short Command

Do you still type the long โ€œsudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -yโ€ commands each time you want to update your Debian-based system? Or are you still navigating into directories (ex: โ€œ/var/www/htmlโ€œ) using the cd command each time you have to modify something there?