So, you have installed a brand new Yii 2 app (basic) or (advanced). Here are a few tips for Apache web server users to get things running more secure and better with your yii2 app.
It is quite simple, but I am sure this small tutorial will help more than one of you out there :)
We are running one frontend running NGINX and several app servers running Apache2. There are several issues we have come across but right now I'll be documenting one of them. I'll be completing this article when I get more time.
This is as an extension of this wiki by Kartik V which shows to make different enableAutoLogin cookies for frontend and backend.
I am writing this guide because I struggled to find a resource that included ALL of the necessary steps to completely separate the frontend from the backend. After reading guides like Configuring different sessions for backend and frontend in yii-advanced-app and [yii2 configuring d...
If you develop rather complex applications with Yii2, you might already be familiar with yii2-app-advanced application template. Well, the template is awesome and provides high flexibility regarding code/configuration sharing among parts of an application.
I've read many comments that it's not possible to install Yii 2 advanced on a shared hosting environment, as it has two webroots. This is partially true.
Assume we have many categories and many posts.
suppose to have in Mongo a collection "user" like:
When you are handling so many projects and those projects are saved in different repository locations, you may find it very difficult to keep track all the versions and revisions manually and it will be much harder if you are developing in multiple repository branches.
Your need: You require that for shared machines, the user is authenticated again for a backend access again, if someone is logged in from frontend and vice versa.