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Dev: Reducing Memory Usage

Rightfully so, before I release a new version of Antilobby, I inspect all of the new changes before officially releasing it. The most recent changes have taken a while to thoroughly test and observe. Over the weekend I ran the program for a considerably long time with a lot of tracking activity and have noticed […]

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App Saving & Detailed Tracking

I had plans after entirely switching over to Laravel for the backend framework for Antilobby. Laravel enables the more efficient execution of queries and authentication, so I can save processing power on my AWS instance and also develop more memory intense features with Antilobby. A few weeks after switching over, I made the decision to […]

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Misc. Work & Antilobby App Updates

I haven’t posted in a while due to being a little distracted by finding opportunities and adding new features to the Antilobby ecosystem. Here is what I’ve been working on: Antilobby Website The website has received some updates over the past week that caters to the user experience. I have redone all of the graphs […]

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Antilobby Updates

Yesterday I was finally able to work on some of the Antilobby app updates. I went ahead and finished the login/logout logic and switched over the API requests to the new ones from the totally custom ones to API/. I ran into some issues where once these changes were implemented, I encountered continuous use issues […]

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Sanctum & Antilobby

Issues: Upgrading Laravel 8 & Jetstream It took me a while to sort out some issues with upgrading API/ to Laravel 8 and resolving Jetstream issues. I had previous issues with Laravel/Fortify giving errors for some reason when I tried to uninstall Jetstream. So I have decided to keep Jetstream logic there. Exploring Options: Sanctum […]

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Issues & Authentication

Now that I’ve got most of the issues out of the way for a user to log in and register. I’m now on to create the API request logic for the desktop application to consume. Some logic is already created, the Model logic in the MVC architecture makes creating content actually really easy. I think […]

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Auth and Chartisan Breaking

So for some reason the authorization of Antilobby breaks some of the charts. I’m not sure where it’s coming from, but it’s definitely happening. I’ve checked almost every area that could be the problem, I’ve run tests with other json requests from different files, all return an issue. I’ve mixed around logic from the working […]

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Url Generation & SMTP

Today I wanted to work towards creating a seamless experience between both different Laravel apps that I will be using to make Antilobby. Api and Api2 are both different apps and have different settings. I had worked on integrating Jetstream auth to Api2 that I mentioned in my last entry but there were some issues. […]

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Fixing API2/ & Tweaking API/

API2 I went ahead and finally got most of the API2 working. Adding a second Laravel application wasn’t exactly the easiest when I had to make the new Auth features work. It wasn’t a simple installation, there were a lot of random issues that I had to go through. Quite simply, frustrating. After I have […]

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Vhosts and the second Laravel application

Preface: So today I decided to resume my work on trying to add this second “API.” I call it that since this will be used mostly with my other applications as a way to connect and share data across them. Anyways, I wanted to take advantage of this new authentication scaffolding that was released with […]