Bolt CMS documentation site does not describe migrating from SQLite to MySQL. I thought I'd write down the steps.
As more and more processing is moving over to the client side you're more likely than ever to need to expose your back end resources via an API. The top of mind is application data, but you'll likely need to get endpoint URLs and translations as well. Or maybe you don't, but you should - manual maintenance is laboursome and error prone.
A week ago I setup this site on HTTP/2 and wrote a short article on running PHP with the H2O server. As a follow-up I decided to write a brief article on how many visitors actually used this new capability on the site.
Written by Jani Tarvainen on Sunday June 28, 2015
php, hhvm, china, web, cms
Written by Jani Tarvainen on Thursday June 25, 2015
http2, performance, h2o, nginx
HTTP/2 as a protocol was locked down in February 2015 and published in the May of same year. It's the first major revamp of the most important (IMHO) protocol since 1999. It's no silver bullet, but the upgrade offers improvements that will make a big difference when applied in scale. Help save the planet (yes, really) and start deploying today!