Shell Tools to simplify web development

Many web developers use a range of tools to streamline their development process. These tools simplify installing updates, installing packages, testing for errors and managing users. Some of our favourite tools are drush for Drupal and wp-cli for WordPress. Both of these tools provide simple tools to manage sites, cache engines, user accounts, plugins and many more features. Commands like ‘drush up‘ and ‘wp plugin … Continue reading Shell Tools to simplify web development

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Microsoft releases beta of Remote Desktop Web Client

Remote Desktop is one of the greatest features of Windows Server. Many of our clients use it to enable secure remote work, provide a consistent desktop experience and to reduce hardware and infrastructure costs. Until now, Remote Desktop has required a specific client for either Windows, MacOS X, iOS or Android to allow users to connect. Microsoft has just announced the public preview of the … Continue reading Microsoft releases beta of Remote Desktop Web Client

Don’t get caught by the latest Drupal Critical Security Vulnerability

Over the last 10 years, Real World has been involved in delivering a number of Drupal based website solutions to our clients. One of the reasons we love Drupal is they have an active security community which constantly monitors their software for potential vulnerabilities and has a process to manage and update these. Yesterday, the Drupal Security Team have released an advisory (SA-CORE-2018-002) for a … Continue reading Don’t get caught by the latest Drupal Critical Security Vulnerability