I would strongly recommend Sentry on Premise
Self-hosted application ✓
Error grouping (most wanted) ✓
Detail and custom error information
(stacktrace, my custom php process identifier that i use for grepping
through logs etc) ✓
Some kind of notification that we got new error,
identified by new stacktrace maybe ✓
And optional, some metrics for
cases when we ...
You could give Kanban Boards a try.
You could create for each project a board and store the different types of information on cards.
Maybe you can use Trello (Web Software). Trello provides some examples at https://trello.com/inspiration
Or you use a open source Kanban Board like https://wekan.github.io/
SuiteCRM is a fork/successor/improvement on the old community version of SugarCRM.
You can use it for both contacts (candidates) and companies.
You can record notes/calls etc, and hence can record last contact time.
You can add fields via its "Studio".
It is PHP/MySql based, and Open source.
Since it evolved from SugarCRM, it has it's ...
I recommend you to investigate a bit different approach for generating PDF from HTML. Instead of trying to find a perfect HTML to PDF library for your technology stack (e.g. PHP) try to take advantage of using Headless Chrome for PDF generation. We used this approach to implementing pdf generation for this free resume builder.
For example, try to make use ...
All of the above issues sound like they can be resolved with using Power BI. Power BI has come a long way and can now be embedded in PowerPoint files, plus you can view real time dashboards online via its web-based service (app.powerbi.com).
Speaking from a professional perspective, I have 5+ years of experience in the field of analysis/reporting and have ...
There are many libraries to perform such a task. Here's the ones that caught my attention:
php-qrcode: simple, but supports many options:
echo '<img src="'.(new QRCode)->render("hello world").'" />';
$qrCode = new QrCode('Life is too short to be generating QR codes');
For a much more thorough answer by the pros, see How do I deal with a compromised server? on Serverfault.
A basic answer for amateurs and your situation:
Read through this answer
Contact your web host to let them know of the problem and ask for help with any parts of this answer that you don't know how to do yourself.
Download any existing backups
Just about any IDE and some complex text editors (Geany, possibly Notepad++ and VS Code and others) should have code formatting options. And most that do will have that be configurable in some way to define just how to format a given language (just like syntax high-lighting).
Since you are separate devs using separate IDEs the challenge will simply be ...
I suggest PHP CRUD Generator [Disclaimer: I'm the author]
PHPCG generates a Bootstrap 4 Admin Dashboard with CRUD Operations in a few clicks
PHP CRUD Generator is an easy-to-use Web Application for creating a complete Bootstrap 4 Admin Dashboard for any project using a MySQL database.
The application is separated into two parts: the CRUD Generator and the ...
Visual Studio Code is a free open source IDE available on Windows, macOS and Linux (since you didn't mention your OS). Just add a PHP extension for the syntax. MySQL extensions are also available if you want. Otherwise, you also have Visual Studio Community, which is free.
You can use this site.
it's not fully free but have these features for free members:
Edit PDF Files
Annotate PDF Documents
Fill Out PDF Forms
Create New (Basic) PDF Forms
Password Protect PDF Files
Share Documents Online
View PDF Files
You can find pdfs on a site via google by typing something like this in google
e.g. to search for pdf's that contain "abc"
"abc" site:my_sample_site_address.com filetype:pdf
where "my_sample_site_address.com" is the address of the site you want to search.
If you simply want all pdfs, omit the "abc" bit i.e.
If you're using PHPStorm, you can:
press Alt+F7 / Find Usages,
or press Ctrl+Shift+F / Finding and replacing text in a project,
or press Shift twice... / Search for a target by name.
I hope I helped :)
Any decent IDE should be able to do this for you. While I am forced to use a customized Eclipse at work, I find Netbeans "easier" and "better" for my particular work style/pattern. Both have PHP development options.
Actually, Bitbucket has a feature which is a bit like this, but the user interface is quite different from yours.
It is part of what they call "AutoDevops".