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![Securing PHP RESTful APIs using Firebase JWT Library](https://images.ctfassets.net/vzl5fkwyme3u/4oaGx3XTrH7kq4KkQbQPQ6/87f8b47b39e42dfdd93e111aa4f91e9f/AdobeStock_191967596.png?w=1000)

Hello Guys,

In our [Last Blog Post](https://nomadphp.com/blog/69/create-simple-restful-apis-using-php-amp-mysql), we have created restful apis,But not worked on its security and authentication. Login api can be public but after login apis should be authenticate using any secure token. one of them is JWT, So i am providing the Steps for Create and use JWT Token in our already created API.

Now its time To Implement JWT Authentication IN our Api, So these are the steps to implement it in our already created Apis

### Step 1:Install and include Firebase JWT(JSON WEB TOKEN) in our project with following composer command        

``` composer require firebase/php-jwt ```

include the composer insta...

267 views · 25 days ago

![Laravel Eloquent Relationship Part 1](https://images.ctfassets.net/vzl5fkwyme3u/2iNUlfYJ8SZVYUSemRAszt/eeb78994b12f1491f654d77026ab6c33/AdobeStock_199075029.png?w=1000)

Laravel introduces eloquent relationships from laravel 5.0 onwards. We all know, while we creating an application we all have foreign keys. Each table will be connected to some other. Eloquent make easy to connect each tables easily. Here we will One to one, one to many and many to many relationships. Here we will see three types of relationships,

1. One to one relationships

2. One to many relationships

3. Many to many relationships

## Why Eloquent Relationships

Here we have 2 tables, students and marks, so for join each table,

```php

$student = student::join(‘marks’,’marks.student_id,’=’,students.id’)->where(‘students.id’,’1’)->get();

dd($student);

```

the above query is to l...

1954 views · 73 days ago

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* **Submission deadline:** February 4, 2019

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* For speakers remote to the Area: A refund of up to €200 for travel cost...

2495 views · 84 days ago

![Create Simple RESTful APIs using PHP & MySQL](https://images.ctfassets.net/vzl5fkwyme3u/5s6X92LpF8dGGVZEnXGRK0/387bfe60541987d308e8201ca5bb5d3f/api_blog_post.png?w=1000)

Hi Guys,

I am sharing you the way to create simple resful apis using php and mysql. We are creating 2 apis here

First is to Loggin a existing user and second is to get list of written blogs by logged in user.

#### Create any database, i am taking ```news``` as the database name here, After it create following 2 tables inside it.

```

CREATE TABLE `users` (

`id` int(11) UNSIGNED AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,

`name` varchar(100),

`email` varchar(100),

`password` varchar(100),

`createdAt` datetime NOT NULL,

`updatedAt` timestamp NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP

);

CREATE TABLE `blogs` (

`id` int(11) UNSIGNED AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,

`user_id` int(11),

`title` varchar(2...

1699 views · 97 days ago

![Create Alarm and Monitoring on Custom Memory and Disk Metrics for Amazon EC2](https://images.ctfassets.net/vzl5fkwyme3u/2HgdCq2lZucMyuiYyYiQie/b7376c29a2f94799613e8c1cb8ff4d3b/AdobeStock_91111530.jpeg?w=1000)

Today I am going write a blog on how to Monitor Memory and Disk custom metrics and creating alarm in Ubuntu.

To do this, we can use Amazon CloudWatch, which provides a flexible, scalable and reliable solution for monitoring our server.

Amazon Cloud Watch will allow us to collect the custom metrics from our applications that we will monitor to troubleshoot any issues, spot trends, and configure operational performance. CloudWatch functions display alarms, graphs, custom metrics data and including statistics.

## Installing the Scripts

Before we start installing the scripts for monitoring, we should install all the dependent packages need to perform on Ubuntu.

First login to your AWS server, and from...

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