Trying to work behind the reverse proxy means using the /etc/hosts file to short-circuit DNS to get to the correct domain on the correct IP address before updating the reverse proxy server.
But all my sites have lived on SSL/TLS for years, and all used 301 redirects to teach browsers to never ask the non-encrypted schema, only the encrypted one. The servers behind the reverse proxy do not have the certificates, so the browser refuses to connect with them. Continue reading “Thank you Ameh Emeke Jnr!”
…when you – briefly – understand how something works, and how you can use it in a really cool way to substantially alter the way you have been doing something! Using data mapper[en.WP] and UUIDs in a steadily complexifying CRUD[PPR].
The current project which is breaking my mind is commonly called the Front Controller pattern[MFen.WP], which unfortunately is one of those simple phrases which is implemented in all kinds of ways for all kinds purposes. Continue reading “Front controller pattern”