Some quick and nifty tips for working sweetly through a Laravel project.
A simple Wordpress CMS installation for internal use which should also be accessible publicly through your office’s public facing domain, via IIS Reverse Proxy. Sounds simple enough. What could go wrong?
So you’ve created a superb Laravel application for your company, and the time has come for it shine, but for one reason or another, the application must be installed on your premises, and accessed publicly, via IIS Reverse Proxy. For the most part it is pretty straightforward, and this is how we did it.