…project and see your changes live on the web right away. If you're on , Slicehost, or any other non-Heroku environment, it's exceptionally easy to hack that functionality into your own project.
This is literally all the necessary code:
You set this running, make sure port 54321 (or whatever) is open, and configure your GitHub post-receive web hook . will POST a big update to the hook every time you push to any GitHub branch, but all your …
…myself. I installed WordPress on a modest 512 MB VPS from Slicehost, with the standard Apache 2 / PHP / MySQL stack, and thought that would be the end of my hosting decisions. Sadly, it was only the beginning.
WordPress, PHP, and Apache: The Trifecta Of Finnicky Software
I'm a web developer by trade, so I'm very skeptical of unevidenced comments like " lol, PHP can't scale." It's transparently obvious that PHP can scale — one …
Migration downtime for
RubyLearning websites and services ( http://rubylearning.com/ , http://rubylearning.org/ and http://satishtalim.com/ ) will be down for scheduled maintenance according to this time schedule . We would be offline no longer than 4 hours. During this time, we will be migrating our Slice from the ( ) to the ( ) datacenter of Slicehost.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
…positive support for Michael Kohl who is a mentor at RubyLearning, Satoshi Asakawa who teaches the Ruby Shoes and courses on RubyLearning, Victor Goff who teaches the Ruby programming course on RubyLearning and now maintains all my sites on SliceHost, and Sethupathi Asokan of Josh . Ltd., Jim Pryke who maintained all my sites on SliceHost,
Individuals : Al Snow,…
Slicehost—a scrappy web company bootstrapped with $20,000—cashed out for big bucks in 2008. How did they do it? More importantly, was it worth it?
Today we're happy to announce KIF, the "Keep It" framework. KIF allows for realistic iOS integration testing through simulated user interaction.
Faraday: advancedrequests …
This post is an effort to summarize and clarify information about the changes to Slicehost. We will update it with new information as it becomes available. Links to threads with more detailed information are listed at the end.
There will be two major changes for Slicehost customers.
For most customers this this will be an automated …
In 2006, I wrote Catapult : a Quicksilver -inspired command-line for the web. I deployed it to a ( Slicehost), then gave the URL out to a few friends. At some point I stopped using it, but some of my friends remained heavy users. Two years later, I got an email: the site was down.
Logging into the server with ssh , I discovered many small bits of breakage:
The app's Mongrel process had crashed and not restarted.
was at 100%, due to growth of logfiles and temporary session data.
…Brightbox, Terremark, GoGrid, Linode, Slicehost, Storm on Demand and Voxel. Once you wrap your head around that you can also check out fog's many supported storage, DNS and other services. With familiar commands throughout it is easy to pick up and try new services. Quickly your toolbox runneth over and you should have all the power you need to innovate.
Summary Compute can be tricky, but the abstractions in fog make it much easier to get started. With your servers up and …
Slicehost credentials Until I switched to API/CLI-driven . I still have many domains managed by Slicehost. To enable access to your Slicehost account in fog (and hence ey-dns ) go to https://manage.slicehost.com/api , enabled API access and copy your API token into the slicehost_password field of ~/.fog above.and to fog, I used Slicehost for its
credentials You can test your DNS credentials with the ey-dns domains command: $ ey-dns …
On my Slicehost slice, I often need sudo to restart my web server or install various things. For obvious reasons, I can't give you the literal shell alias I use infor that, but I can give you a censored version.
alias slice="echo $PASSWORD | pbcopy && ssh -p $PORT NUMBER $USERNAME@$IP ADDRESS"
First I put the password I'll need, if I use sudo , into the OS X clipboard using pbcopy ; then I ssh into the server as normal. When …