In the field development the count of branches reach form 1 to 40 50 in like no time. and most of then are of no use ones merged into the master. Its better to get rid of them but deleting them is a major pain in the ass.
Validation is one of the major parts of web development. But sometimes it can be a ball buster especially when it comes to validating file uploads.
If you are habitual of writing a formatted code don’t worry it’s a good habit but when sometimes you get to debug files which are not formatted what so ever. In that case, it’s a headache to get things done in that sort of files.
Making an application live majorly depends on the type of hosting you are having along with the method to access you are provided for that hosting.
There are a number of MySQL client but so far phpmyadmin is one of the popular MySQL client used. It's simple to use, effective and provide almost all the required features for day to day development.
Although the authentication component of CakePHP 3 has made the life of a developer much easier but still there are some functionalities that are still needed to be done manually. One of them is login automatically if the users have checked for 'remember me'.