Migrating Towards Yarn and Webpack

For the past couple of years, we have been using require.js for module loading and Grunt for automating tasks on front-end, for one out of many projects we have in Wingify. The project has a huge code-base and has many independent components inside it with some shared utilities. Also, there was no concrete build system which could be scaled upon adding new components.

Require.js was being used for good code-structuring, managing modules and their loading. All the different modules were having their own require-config.js file to define rules for a particular module.

Grunt was being used for automating different tasks required to speed up mundane work. We had a number of tasks like the require-amdclean task, concatenating different script / CSS files, minification of files, cache-busting mechanism and so on.

Following are some benefits we were getting from the require-amdclean task:

  • We didn’t have to include require.js in production, thus, saving some bytes.
  • Generation of single js file entirely in Vanilla JavaScript.
  • Get rid of file size/source code readability concerns.
  • It was a great fit to be used as a standalone Javascript library, which is exactly our case.

Everything was working as expected but maintenance, performance, and scale were the issues. We had so many healthy discussions regarding improving things and thus we thought of upgrading our tech stack too. Also, as I mentioned we didn’t have a concrete build system; it was the right time to investigate further. We were ready to spend some quality time in researching technologies which could fit in our build system. Gaurav Nanda and I took a break from our daily chores and read many articles/blogs and the not-so-useful official docs to get a good command over various technologies. Migrating from Grunt to Gulp wasn’t helping us since build time was nearly the same. The task which took a lot of time was the require-amdclean task, taking around 10 seconds even for adding just a single character like ; while working in the development environment.

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Adaline  Kulas

Adaline Kulas

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What are the benefits of cloud migration? Reasons you should migrate

The moving of applications, databases and other business elements from the local server to the cloud server called cloud migration. This article will deal with migration techniques, requirement and the benefits of cloud migration.

In simple terms, moving from local to the public cloud server is called cloud migration. Gartner says 17.5% revenue growth as promised in cloud migration and also has a forecast for 2022 as shown in the following image.

#cloud computing services #cloud migration #all #cloud #cloud migration strategy #enterprise cloud migration strategy #business benefits of cloud migration #key benefits of cloud migration #benefits of cloud migration #types of cloud migration

Seamus  Quitzon

Seamus Quitzon

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How to perform migration rollback in laravel

As we know that laravel migration provides very simple way to create database table structure. We need to create migration file and write table structure then migrate that migration. Sometimes we need to rollback that migration. So here we will discuss about the migration rollback in laravel.

We can run the rollback artisan command to rollback on a particular step. We can execute the following artisan command.

php artisan migrate:rollback --step=1

Every time when we will rollback, we will get the last batch of migration.

**Note: **This rollback command will work on laravel 5.3 or above version. For the version below 5.3, there is no command available for migration rollback in laravel.

We can also use the following command to rollback and re migrate.

php artisan migrate:refresh --step=2

It will rollback and remigrate last two migration.

You can also checkout the article for executing single migration by clicking on the link below.

How to migrate single migration in laravel

#laravel #how to perform rollback migration in laravel #laravel migration rollback #migration refresh in laravel #migration rollback batch in laravel #migration rollback for one specific migration #migration rollback in laravel

Fredy  Larson

Fredy Larson

1595202210

How to migrate single migration in laravel

Sometimes while working on a laravel application, we just need to migrate only single or specific migration. If we run normal migrate command it will migrate all the migrations written in the application. Here i will let you know to migrate single migration in laravel.

Migrations play very important role for aplication’s database structure. We just need to create migrations in the application for each table which you want and whenever we migrate these migrations. New table structure would be created.

For new developers or setting up new environment, we do not need to backup of table structure. We will just need to run the migrations. It will automatically create desired tables in the database connected from the laravel application.

We can run all the migrations using the command below.

php artisan migrate

Now if we want to run only one migration or a specific migration, we will need to define a path parameter and will need to specify the path of that migration file which we want to run like below.

php artisan migrate --path=/database/migrations/my_migration.php

It will migrate only my_migration.php file. Here, you will need to replace file name from your own migration file.

You can also learn how to add column in existing daatbase table through migration by clicking on the below.

#laravel #how to migrate single migration file #laravel migration #laravel single migration #migrate specific migration in laravel

Migrating Towards Yarn and Webpack

For the past couple of years, we have been using require.js for module loading and Grunt for automating tasks on front-end, for one out of many projects we have in Wingify. The project has a huge code-base and has many independent components inside it with some shared utilities. Also, there was no concrete build system which could be scaled upon adding new components.

Require.js was being used for good code-structuring, managing modules and their loading. All the different modules were having their own require-config.js file to define rules for a particular module.

Grunt was being used for automating different tasks required to speed up mundane work. We had a number of tasks like the require-amdclean task, concatenating different script / CSS files, minification of files, cache-busting mechanism and so on.

Following are some benefits we were getting from the require-amdclean task:

  • We didn’t have to include require.js in production, thus, saving some bytes.
  • Generation of single js file entirely in Vanilla JavaScript.
  • Get rid of file size/source code readability concerns.
  • It was a great fit to be used as a standalone Javascript library, which is exactly our case.

Everything was working as expected but maintenance, performance, and scale were the issues. We had so many healthy discussions regarding improving things and thus we thought of upgrading our tech stack too. Also, as I mentioned we didn’t have a concrete build system; it was the right time to investigate further. We were ready to spend some quality time in researching technologies which could fit in our build system. Gaurav Nanda and I took a break from our daily chores and read many articles/blogs and the not-so-useful official docs to get a good command over various technologies. Migrating from Grunt to Gulp wasn’t helping us since build time was nearly the same. The task which took a lot of time was the require-amdclean task, taking around 10 seconds even for adding just a single character like ; while working in the development environment.

#webpack #yarn #programming #developer

Outil de migration EDB to Migrate Exchange Mailboxes to Various Targets

Si vous rencontrez des problèmes lors de la migration des boîtes aux lettres Exchange vers Office 365, vous devez lire cet article pour savoir comment migrer les boîtes aux lettres Exchange EDB vers Office 365. En migrant vers Office 365, les utilisateurs peuvent accéder à leurs boîtes aux lettres de n’importe où et à partir de n’importe quel appareil.

Dans cet article, nous expliquerons les raisons de cette migration et une solution professionnelle pour migrer d’Exchange vers Office 365.

Raisons de migrer Exchange Server vers le cloud Office 365

Office 365 est arrivé pour la première fois en 2011 et est considéré comme la meilleure plate-forme pour les organisations qui souhaitent gérer l’ensemble de leur système de messagerie sur le cloud. Voici les principales fonctionnalités d’Office 365 -

  1. Il permet de travailler de n’importe quel endroit et de n’importe quel endroit.
  2. Ne vous inquiétez pas du spam et des logiciels malveillants.
  3. La sécurité fournie par Office 365 est très fiable.
  4. contrôler le coût global et offre une flexibilité financière.
  5. Toutes les mises à jour et mises à niveau sont gérées par Microsoft.

Comment migrer des boîtes aux lettres Exchange vers Office 365?

Datavare L’outil de migration Exchange est trop facile à utiliser et offre des étapes simples pour migrer EDB vers Office 365 -

  • Téléchargez et installez le logiciel sur votre système.
  • Ajoutez le fichier EDB Exchange avec le bouton Parcourir.
  • Sélectionnez l’exportation vers les boîtes aux lettres Office 365.
  • Fournissez les informations de connexion du compte Office 365.
  • Sélectionnez le dossier et appuyez sur le bouton Terminer.

Ainsi, toutes vos boîtes aux lettres Exchange EDB sont désormais migrées vers Office 365.

Remarque: vous pouvez utiliser des filtres pour migrer les éléments de données souhaités d’Exchange vers un compte Office 365.

Lignes finales

Ce blog vous présente une solution professionnelle pour la migration des boîtes aux lettres Exchange vers un compte Office 365. Étant donné que les solutions manuelles sont compliquées, nous suggérons l’outil de migration d’Exchange qui est trop simple à utiliser. Aucun tracas n’est confronté par les utilisateurs dans l’exploitation du programme. La meilleure partie de ce logiciel est qu’il n’a pas besoin de compétences techniques pour effectuer la migration. On peut comprendre le fonctionnement du logiciel en téléchargeant la version de démonstration qui permet la migration des 50 premiers éléments par dossier.

Plus d’informations:- https://www.datavare.com/software/edb-migration.html

#outil de migration informatique #logiciel de migration informatique #application de migration edb #utilitaire de migration informatique #migration informatique