155 - Monorepo experiment

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Changelog

- This is another pre recorded show as I am traveling over the next few days.

- On Mondays Twitch stream we covered lessons 6, 7 and 8 of the PHP login course. I am planning to finish lessons 9 and 10 next Sunday.
- On Tuesdays YouTube live stream we started putting up the scaffolding for the PHP registration course.This was quite a fun and productive live stream as I was looking after both dogs whilst planning the PHP architecture. I’ve decided to do everything in OOP so we are building a mini PHP framework which handles database interactions.

I’ve been playing with a Monorepo

What is a Monorepo

  • A single code repository for all projects
  • Users of the repository have access to all the code
  • A single place to commit, merge and track code changes

In todays show I will explain why I've stared using a Monorepo and my predictions on the experiment.

My web development courses

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➡️ Learn PHP arrays

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