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cPanel 11.30

The release of cPanel & WHM version 11.30 in EDGE is right around the corner. With this release we have made numerous changes, added a few features and fixed some bugs. Predominantly, these changes can be encompassed in a few bullet points: Complete rewrite of update system Addition of Cpanel::PublicAPI Removal of Legacy Themes Several new API calls Though each of these changes may seem small when listed as bullet points, there are a few …

JSON vs. XML in LivePHP

A while back, Matt Dees blogged about our upcoming change to LivePHP in 11.28. Specifically, he mentions the use of JSON. In this article I will illustrate, in brief, why this change was made. The decision process, as you’ll see, wasn’t exactly straight forward, but a solid compromise. …

Tips when applying at cPanel

I look at a lot of applicants here at cPanel and have some tips for would be job seekers.  Many of these tips are generic and could help you get a job anywhere, but all of them will help you get a job here. Choose your resume format carefully.  You worked hard to make your resume look the way you want it to; the format you send it in will ensure it looks that way …

Ruby, Ruby Gem, Rails and Mongrel Troubleshooting Guide

You’ve taken the plunge and installed Ruby on your cPanel system using our /scripts/installruby command. Now, you are preparing to run Rails applications to step into the Web 2.0 world. This guide will cover some of the common issues that might prevent your application from working. …

The Admin’s Toolbox, Vol. 1 – tcpdump and you.

Hey there! In this instance of The Admins Toolbox, I’ll be discussing the tcpdump utility and some common uses. Sit back, crack open a frosty beverage of your choosing, and let’s learn about packet inspection for fun and profit. 🙂 Tcpdump is by no means a new program. Written by Van Jacobson, Craig Leres, and Steven McCanne, while working at Berkley in 1987, tcpdump’s popularity quickly rose due to its high caliber of …

Maintaining Application Compatibility

With version 11.28 of cPanel & WHM making it’s way into the production update tiers, now is a great time to discuss your application testing strategies. It’s every developer’s responsibility to test and verify their applications within their actual deployment environments. cPanel & WHM is a constantly evolving product. With each new version we aim to improve not only the end user experience, but also its suitability as a platform for your applications. We work …

Upcoming Improvements to LivePHP

This past week, we have been working to improve livePHP. For those of you not familiar with livePHP, it is a PHP class that allows access to the cPanel & WHM API1 and API2 system within an object-oriented PHP environment. We improved the backend of the livePHP system to use JSON for socket communication, which utilizes PHP’s native JSON internally. Our testing shows that this is a great deal faster (3X) than the previous XML-based …

How to integrate applications with cPanel/WHM

Do you have a product or service offering that you would like to integrate with cPanel? I can help you with that. We are frequently approached by companies and individuals who have realized the incredible opportunity presented by integrating their offerings with the cPanel & WHM control panel. We are committed to providing a product that can easilybe extended to meet your needs. The sections below contain more information about integrating with cPanel and WHM. …

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