Thursday, November 24, 2016

Latest updates on Yii2 MVC Framework ready made applications available on GitHub

Seek CMS , a full featured content management system using Yii2

Yii2 Sphinx search

Yii2 Elastic search

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Yii2 useful CMS Shopping apps examples and resources FREE on github

E-Commerce CMS - Yii Framework 2 (yii2, shop)
DotPlant2 - open-source E-Commerce CMS based on Yii Framework 2(yii2).
True SEO-friendly
Smart content editing
Configurable multipurpose E-Commerce
Minimal system requirements

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HumHub - Social Network Kit
Build Status Yii2 Social Network

HumHub is a feature rich and highly flexible OpenSource Social Network Kit written in PHP.

It's perfect for individual:

Social Intranets
Enterprise Social Networks
Private Social Networks

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Yii 2 Starter Kit almost a CMS/Bloging platform 
This is Yii2 start application template.
Since a CMS+Blogging platform. you can convert it to anything you want it

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Phundament  , Yii2 based Powerful CMS
Phundament is a dockerized 12factor PHP application template for Yii Framework 2.0.

Full Features List

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Control panel and tools based on php framework Yii2.
Easy CMS for easy websites. also can be convert to simple E-SHOP

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

update mysql server from mysql 5.1 to mysql 5.5 on CentOS-6

First, to set up the yum repository, install the webtatic-release RPM based on your CentOS/RHEL release:
Webtatic EL6 for CentOS/RHEL 6.x
rpm -Uvh
Webtatic EL5.1 for CentOS/RHEL 5.x:
rpm -Uvh
If you already have MySql client or server installed (rpm -q mysql mysql-server), then you can upgrade using the following method:
yum install mysql.`uname -i` yum-plugin-replace
yum replace mysql --replace-with mysql55w
“yum install mysql” is only there to make sure yum-plugin-replace can resolve dependencies correctly if only mysql-server was installed.
Otherwise, to install MySql client and server, then run:
yum install mysql55w mysql55w-server
You should upgrade existing tables before setting the server to become a production machine, which can be done by starting the server and running the mysql_upgrade script (this may take time depending on the size of the database).
service mysqld start
# This will issue a password prompt for the user. If you don't have a root user password, remove the "-p"
mysql_upgrade -u root -p

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another simple command upgrade all packages : yum upgrade

another method

To list Old MySql

yum list installed | grep -i mysql

To remove Old MySql

yum remove mysql mysql-*

Remi Dependency on CentOS 6 and Red Hat (RHEL) 6

rpm -Uvh

rpm -Uvh

Install MySQL server

yum --enablerepo=remi,remi-test install mysql mysql-server

To list New MySql

yum list installed | grep -i mysql

start MySql server

/etc/init.d/mysqld start ## use restart after update


service mysqld start ## use restart after update
chkconfig --levels 235 mysqld on


mysql_upgrade -u root -p

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