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FuelPHP Application Development Blueprints by Sébastien Drouyer

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A few notes about deploying your application

Now that you have a working application, you might want to publish it on hosts. Handling this is quite easy, the longer part being sending the project's files (using FTP, Git, or any other tool depending on your hosting service), but there are a couple of things you should know.

First, you have to set your apache FUEL_ENV environment to production. An easy way to do that is to edit public/.htaccess and uncomment the second line:

SetEnv FUEL_ENV production

Keep in mind, that in this case you will have two different files between your local environment and your production environment, so it will be prone to human error. You are recommended to read the official documentation at http://fuelphp.com/docs/general/environments.html ...

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