How to use SonarQube for Automated Static Application Security Testing in PWSLab?
What is Static Application Security Testing? Static Application Security Testing or SAST is a collection of techniques and algorithms to analyze source code and automatically find potential errors or poor coding issues. The idea is similar in spirit ...
How to apply Git Patches?
Patch is a text file, whose contents are similar to Git diff, but along with code, it also has metadata about commits; e.g., commit ID, date, commit message, etc. We can create a patch from commits and other people can apply them to their repository. ...
Simple steps to synchronise a Remote Fork in a Git repository
Introduction When you collaborate in any upstream project (like an open-source project) it is likely to be asked to make a fork of the main repository. A fork is a copy of the project in your Git account. This duplicate allows you to freely ...
How to create a New Project in PWSLab?
Create a project To create a project in PWSLab: In your dashboard, click the green New Project button or use the plus icon in the navigation bar like below. This opens the New Project Page. On the New project page, choose if you want to: Create ...
How to install and setup Ngrok for private PWSLab installations? (updated 2019)
Introduction Ngrok is one of the most popular tunnel service platform through which you can easily expose your local servers (like PWSLab installations) which are behind NATs/Firewalls to the public internet over secure tunnels. It connects to the ...