Uploading website files routinely can become a chore, and no one wants that. Queue a deployment script, at the very least, it’s a script that uploads files to the server, but can be as advanced as verifying files once uploaded, run code tests, and update database structures along. There are two different methods to run a deployment script. First being automated deployment with continuous integration systems to a staging or production servers.
When you want to backup your Evolution calendar, mail, memos, and address book, you have to open up Evolution, go to the file menu, and then follow a few steps before the backup is saved to your computer. This is generally fine if you backup infrequently and you’re able to remember to backup the application every time you perform a computer backup. For me, I prefer automating as much of the backup process as possible.
No matter what operating system you are using, there are at least a few default application installed. Most the time you won’t need all of the default apps and will uninstall them. Chrome OS is pretty good at allowing you to uninstall the majority of default apps with only around four that are permanently installed. But eventually you might need some of those default apps back that you uninstalled and can’t find them.
With over 65% of the top one-million websites using Google Analytics (according to BuiltWith), it should give you pause and make you think about how all of this information is being used. We even use Google Analytics on GeekThis to view how many visitors frequent each page. If you are unaware, Google Analytics is a website statistics service that tracks and reports traffic. Google Analytics tracks the acquisition of visitors, what pages visitors frequent, how long they spend on each page, and much more.
Submitting your latest blog post or web-page for indexing to the major search engines is the fastest way to get more visitors to your site. When you add a new post or page to your site, it may take a few weeks before search engines get around to crawling and indexing your latest web-page. There is no reason to wait around when you can immediately submit that latest page or post to be indexed.