I wondered recently how I could detect all the unused methods in my PHP projects. That could be quite useful when refactoring old code.
I found a PHPStan extension from Tomas Votruba, the creator of Rector: unused-public.
This can detect unused methods, properties and/or constants. Amazing tool. Thanks Tomas!
I knew the 301 and 302 status codes already (respectively permanent and temporary redirection). I didn’t know the 308 and 307 which are the respective equivalents but stricter.
Indeed, when redirecting with a 301 or 302, the browser generally tries to redirect to the new URL by using a GET request. With 308 (permanent) and 307 (temporary), the browser will use the same method as the original request as well as the same body.
I found out about this through the vercel documentation. You can also check this article.
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