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PSR-7 Standard – Part 1 – Overview

PSR-7 Standard – Part 1 – Overview

This is the first post of my new PSR-7 series. If you already use PSR-7 in your daily life as programmer you can skip the first part of this post. What is PSR-7? PSR-7 is a standard defined by the PHP-FIG. It don’t like to repeat the standard documents in my blog post. The idea is to give you some real world examples how you can use PSR-7 in your PHP projects. If you investigate the standard you can determine…

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How to add alternative HTTP headers to Magento 2?

How to add alternative HTTP headers to Magento 2?

If you have more than one frontend server running in your business, it’s needed to load balance the traffic between the nodes. In this case we have a new instance between the browser and the web-server. Often it’s a system like HAProxy or Varnish. If the load balancer or proxy receives a request from a browser, it forwards it to backend server in the internal network. The IP address of the client is than added to a forward header which contains…

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