OSX post install para desarrollo con node, react, atom, brew

Small reference guide for OSX installation basics.


This is most used macOS pacakage manager.

/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"


brew cask install atom
apm install nuclide
apm install prettier-atom bootstrap-3-snippets-for-atom emmet language-graphql language-vue remote-ftp git-time-metric


apm install atom-autocomplete-php language-blade php-fmt

Configure atom-autocomplete-php composer path /usr/local/bin/composer.phar and php-fmt plugin with executable /Users/smac/kscripts/fmt.phar


Facebook´s php engine. (optional)

brew tap hhvm/hhvm
brew install hhvm

To have launchd start hhvm/hhvm/hhvm now and restart at login:
  brew services start hhvm/hhvm/hhvm
Or, if you don't want/need a background service you can just run:
  hhvm -m daemon -c /usr/local/etc/hhvm/php.ini -c /usr/local/etc/hhvm/server.ini


brew install node watchman

React native

npm install -g yarn && react-native-cli && react-native-git-upgrade && react-devtools


npm install -g graphql-cli && graphql completion >> ~/.bash_profile


vi .bash_profile
sudo launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.locate.plist

Maria DB

Install brew install mariadb && brew services start mariadb

Old database are stored in:


Applications passwords

Some applications are using the following location to store the passwords, for example Squel Pro. Copy old keychain to new hard drive.

cp /Volumes/OLD_DRIVE/Users/OLD_USER/Library/Keychains/login.keychain-db /Users/NEW_USER/Library/Keychains/login.keychain-db


Copy importants files from ~/.ssh/

Install Laravel & Co.

brew install homebrew/core/php
composer global require "laravel/installer"
composer global require laravel/valet
composer global require laravel/envoy

PHP extras

brew install imagemagick
brew install pkg-config
pecl install imagick


npm install -g @vue/devtools

Laravel Lumen GraphQL Server for React Relay Modern

Having Laravel´s Lumen to work as a GraphQL Server able to provide feeds to client applications for Relay Modern its been a beautiful jurney, and i´ll like to share with the world on this publication.

Laravel its Magic, and this is a fact, thanks to its nature we able to do things like this, in this example all work its done thanks to a recently released v2 of an excellent library known as LightHouse, you can find documentation on nuwave/lighthouse, this library it´s in charge some Magic.

On its core uses another library, lets say Lighthouse its a Laravel Wrapper with supercharged powers, on top of webonyx/graphql-php, the real GraphQL implementation under PHP.

As a result of this implementation you able to access and download resuling proyect implementation on this GitHub Repository:


The Jurney starts

Maybe i have missed some steps, but main logic its here, as you having the repository you can get from there whats not documented here.

Steps to reproduce

Fresh install of Lumen, and initial packages requirements its done on the following bash commands:

lumen new lumen-lighthouse-graphql
cd lumen-lighthouse-graphql
composer update
composer require nuwave/lighthouse
cp .env.example .env

setup your configuration folders, and lighthouse defaults folders needed if you are going to implement some queries, mutactions, etc…

mkdir config && mkdir app/Models && mkdir app/GraphQL && mkdir app/GraphQL/Mutations && mkdir app/GraphQL/Queries && mkdir app/GraphQL/Scalars && mkdir app/GraphQL/Directives
cp vendor/nuwave/lighthouse/config/config.php config/lighthouse.php

Helping Lumen acknowledge regarding Lighthouse:


Add klaravel (Optional)

composer require ksoft/klaravel
cp vendor/ksoft/klaravel/stubs/config/ksoft.php config/ksoft.php

Laravel Passport

Im using a wrapper to be able to have Passport fully integrated on Laravel Lumen´s. For more info or extended usage:


composer require dusterio/lumen-passport
composer require appzcoder/lumen-routes-list
namespace App\Providers;

use Illuminate\Support\ServiceProvider;
use Dusterio\LumenPassport\LumenPassport;
use Laravel\Passport\Passport;
use Carbon\Carbon;

class AppServiceProvider extends ServiceProvider
     * Register any application services.
     * @return void
    public function register()
        LumenPassport::tokensExpireIn(Carbon::now()->addYears(50), 2);

Under AuthServiceProvider.php add this line in the boot method

// use Dusterio\LumenPassport\LumenPassport;
LumenPassport::routes($this->app, ['prefix' => 'v1/oauth']);

User model

use Laravel\Passport\HasApiTokens;

Enable Passport under Lumen:

// Optional if yo want to list your routes.
if ($app->environment() == 'local') {

Now your are going to need the migrations:

php artisan make:migration create_users_table


php artisan make:seeder UsersTableSeeder
if (!DB::table('users')->where('email', 'kiko@example.com')->first()) {
    'name' => 'Kiko Seijo',
    'email' => 'kiko@example.com',
    'password' => app('hash')->make('secret'),
    // 'admin' => 1,

Finish install Laravel Passport install with: This is the simplest way to setup a login method that Passport provides, there are many more https://laravel.com/docs/master/passport)

php artisan migrate --seed
php artisan passport:keys
php artisan passport:client --personal

Testing install:

mutation Login {
  login(username: "kiko@example.com", password: "secret") {
    user {

Should return:

  "data": {
    "login": {
      "user": {
        "id": "1",
        "name": "Kiko Seijo",
        "email": "kiko@example.com"
      "token": "eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJS........your token"

Testing auth middleware from Viewer Query:

query ViewerQuery {
  viewer {

Add the headers to your query and adjust the token to the one you are getting from previous login:

  "Authorization": "Bearer eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJS........your token"

And you should get:

  "data": {
    "viewer": {
      "id": "1",
      "name": "Kiko Seijo",
      "email": "kiko@example.com"

GraphQL viewer Query with a Laravel Passport bearer token using Lighthouse auth middleware


Sunnyface.com, is a software development company from Málaga, Spain. We provide quality software based on the cloud for local & international companies, providing technology solutions with the most modern programming languages.

DevOps Web development
Custom App Development Mobile aplications
Social Apps and Startups Residents mobile application
Graphic designer Freelance senior programmer

Created by Kiko Seijo

Copias de seguridad en laravel con vistas, rutas y controladores

Todo lo que uno neceista para montar copias de seguridad en una instalación de laravel usando una librería que podemos instalar desde: laravel-activitylog

Aquí teneis todos los archivos: Descargar archivos

Lo primero es tener un controlador definido con los puntos de entrada,


Luego creamos las vistas, las he dividido en dos por mejorar la visualización.


Por ultimo nos quedan las rutas de entrada, estas van en web.php,

Route::get('backup', 'BackupController@index');
Route::get('backup/create', 'BackupController@create');
Route::get('backup/download/{file_name}', 'BackupController@download');
Route::get('backup/delete/{file_name}', 'BackupController@delete');

tendremos que protegerlas por medio de un middleware, en mi caso he optado por usar el consctructor del controlador y añadido mi middleware:

public function __construct()

Tendremos que ajustar algunas librerias extras como los Flash:: y Alert::

Aquí os dejo todos los archivos en un gist.


Espero os sirva de ayuda.

Laravel lumen GraphQL Server for React Relay Moder


This project it’s no longer maintained in favor of v2 of nuwave/lighthouse.
You can find an example implementation for lumen on: https://github.com/kikoseijo/lumen-lighthouse-graphql

A GraphQL Server in PHP, its core its a fast micro-framework implementation (Lumen), and capable of delivering GraphQL (Relay) API responses.

React-Relay Modern, aka GraphQL v1.*

Visit repository


On this Lumen version of a GraphQL server implementation you will be able to start coding right away a fully qualified GraphQL server with support for react-relay (Modern version).

With a Laravel heart, on his delighting micro-framework version (Lumen) and a help of a couple of other packages/plugins, we provide you with the basic server setup.

Why Lumen? and why PHP?

Why not my little Artisan? PHP limitations today for a GraphQL server are asynchronous calls, but this are problems PHP programmers been dealing with since the old days, the missing part are the GraphQL subscriptions, this can be resolved using lots of tools, like Redis or NodeJS.

PHP never been so optimized like it is today, its stable, fast and efficient. And Lumen?, because its a masterpiece, a lightweight version of Laravel, sharing same core and data structure. Perfect for building APIs.

For little Artisan like myself this is the perfect atmosphere to understand how things are achieved.

Who is this for?

People wanting to get hands dirty with GraphQL, to serve as a boilerplate to kick-off API projects, a knowledge of Laravel its recommended, at a installation level, not covered here.

Included features
  • Full CRUD example.
  • GraphQL Playground.
  • Database migrations.
  • GraphQl database schema generator and endpoint.
  • User authentication using Passport.
  • Ready to start after setup!
Client Web App

If you work with React we have published for you an application, there you can test all demo features, its a React + Relay based Web App. This is probably best way to have a full picture of what Relay its capable off, in my opinion, one of the best facebook´s open sourced contribution and React´s best friend. 💑

Visit the React Relay – WebApp client.