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Have no fear! Laravel 5.7 is here!

Laravel is actively supported and contributed open source project, that made its first appearance аbout 7 years ago in June 2011. Since then it has made its name among the list of top PHP development platforms for developing web applications following the MVC (Model View Controller) architectural pattern and based on Symfony. It is a top choice of PHP developers and is one of the most popular free open-source PHP frameworks on the market.…

Domain ID Protect now costs 3x less

You know that painful feeling when you register a domain name. Suddenly you experience the pressure of new domain spam, everyone has a good deal for you or wants to help you save more. But you probably weren’t expecting spam to come at you from all sides, from your inbox to your telephone, voicemail, and mailbox. So what’s going on? Is your domain registrar selling your personal information details? You don’t remember being given an option to opt-out of being offered such calls and messages upon purchasing your domain name.…

The cPanel of tomorrow, today

The cPanel as we know it is the main resource for control and management of your hosting account, it includes all the essential features that one may need in order to operate his hosted content and effectively make changes to it whenever required, with little to no effort involved.…

FastComet Pro-active Server Monitoring is Here!

They say you can tell a lot about someone by the company they keep. All of you who are true fans of FastComet, know the story behind the brand. Coming from system administration services for private and business individuals to public cloud hosting service, we have walked a long way to come to the point where we can guarantee that our clients’ websites perform better in all circumstances.

Want to blog like a pro? Meet Ghost Management Plugin!

In the summer of 2013, a small developer team launched a Kickstarter campaign to create a new kind of blogging and publishing platform. Based on Node.js and powered by the Express framework it was built as an alternative to feature-packed content management systems like WordPress and Joomla. Lead by WordPress veterans, the team set out to create a tool that would focus on simplicity and ease of use.…