wordpress / drupal civicrm on separate database1 vote
https://www.pioneeroutsourcing.com : For the sake of business, while their decision to outsource a part of the business process is still received, in most cases, include cost reduction Win-Win has been made in order to achieve the status of the, of the first-class service (Gibson).1 vote
Currently a mysql server can only be accessed through cloudway's own editor "Click&Go SQL Manager"
Adding support for jdbc, would mean that you won't have to use the first party editor. You could use any other 3rd party applications (PHPStorm. DataGrip) to edit/view/manage your sql database
JDBC can also be used in java applications and much much more1 vote
I was told that I would not be able to run an OpenBazaar node on cloudways, but if I leave a link to the guide for setting it up on Digital Ocean, people would look into whether it could be supported. I would like to receive an email if more information is available on whether it is already possible, not possible, or will be made possible later. The guide is at https://openbazaar.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/207852873-Guide-to-Setting-up-OpenBazaar-Server-on-a-VPS, my email address is email@example.com vote
Polr is a robust open source URL shortner, its more powerful, proper and precise click analytics.
The project link and everything can be found here
Could you possibly add support for PHPEd? It's one of the most popular PHP development IDEs. It has its own debugger extension as described here: http://www.nusphere.com/kb/technicalfaq/howtoinstalldbg_module.htm
An overview of their debugger is here:
Basically, it involves uploading the debugger extension to the server and making some modifications to the PHP.ini file.1 vote
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