Over the last few months, I spent a lot of cold winter evening hours looking into porting ancient PHPUnit 4.x […]
In the first chapter we looked at Turba’s features, APIs, Protocols. In the current installment, I want to present the concepts and structure of the code.
Turba is among the oldest horde applications. As such, it contains parts from various stages of Horde’s development.
This will be the first part of a short series of articles exploring the Turba application and its architecture.
Part I covers all the features and integrations provided by Turba.
Part II will look into implementation, code structure etc.
Part III will consist of proposals for a changed architecture.
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I changed the maintaina.com Horde Images to use openSUSE Leap 15.2 instead of openSUSE Tumbleweed as a base. You should […]
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Please be careful: Horde has introduced a new default setting $conf[‚auth‘][‚lowercase‘] which acts like the auth hook used to do. […]
In early 2019 I first wrote a few lines on migrating horde to composer based setups. Even though I was […]
Since Horde 4, the Horde ecosystem heavily relied on the PEAR infrastructure. Sadly, this infrastructure is in bad health. It’s […]
Hallo, I just had a little struggle getting the current tumbleweed to run on the original Raspberry Pi (first generation, […]
Trustr is my current project to create a simple certificate management app. I decided that it is just about the […]