Back to the front. Bootstrap with composer

After a long while I had to something with frontend coding. I wanted to used composer like in my PHP projects. But how the heck to get the composer files to the public / frontend folder on each update? Luckily composer knows a post update command. So here we go

  "require": {
    "twbs/bootstrap": "4.3.1"
  "scripts": {
    "post-update-cmd": [
      "rm -rf public/bootstrap",
      "cp -R vendor/twbs/bootstrap/dist public/bootstrap"

with composer update the files will be copied to public/bootstrap. Easy!

Apache log as JSON

It is often required to parse the apache log, but the normal log format requires special handling like:
It is easier to have a direct output like JSON format.

LogFormat "{ \"time\":\"%t\", \"remoteIP\":\"%a\", \"host\":\"%V\", \"request\":\"%U\", \"query\":\"%q\", \"method\":\"%m\", \"status\":\"%>s\", \"userAgent\":\"%{User-agent}i\", \"referer\":\"%{Referer}i\" }" json

Now we have an easy to read log file.

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