I have created a Flickr Portfolio application which can be linked to your Flickr account, display all your latest Flickr photos and incorporate Facebook like and comments with it. This application is small, simple and code is well formatted so that you can edit it. All the instructions are provided in the readme.txt file and … Continue reading A tiny, open source Flickr Portfolio application
We’ve released StoneHenge, a beautiful two colored and custom home page powered wordpress theme today. This theme comes with a image slider, featured posts, featured links and advertisement section and you can configure all of them using the easy to understand admin panel of StoneHenge This is a list of available features in StoneHenge * … Continue reading StoneHenge – our new wordpress theme
i am a big time fan of mac osx. if you think there are no free+useful app for mac, you are quite wrong. here is my personal favorite list of some free and very useful apps which i use everyday. CyberDuck: it is my most favorite FTP and SFTP client, and its really very cool. … Continue reading some very useful apps for mac osx, free as well 🙂
I am sharing a list of RSS feeds that I read almost everyday. And which one is my favorites RSS reader? Well, I use GoogleReader because of it’s excellent features like star and feed history. also I like it’s feed sharing feature. 1. Ajaxian : http://www.ajaxian.com/index.xml 2. Cow’s Blog : http://cow.neondragon.net/xml.php 3. IBM Developer Works … Continue reading List of RSS Feeds I read almost everyday
I remember those old days when I had to write everything by myself. I wrote huge libraries to work with MySQL. Then I learned PostgreSQL and SQLite but didn’t rewrote my old library to work with those, I was running short of time. So I forsake the opportunity to write a db library which works with them. What I did was plain code relevant to database specific portions. Oh ya, that was a long time ago.
Soon after that I came to know adoDB which made my dream come true. I was so much happy getting my all db specific works done in a much more smarter way. I get rid of database portability issues. I was very happy that time.
I learned smarty soon after I realize that my codes are getting ugly with all the inline HTMLs and PHPs. Nothing could be smarter than separating the presentation logic from the business layer. I am a big smarty fan since that time. It saves my sleep for many nights.
But again I am recurrently suffering from maintainability issues. I was not surprised to find that my code is becoming huge unmanageable giant and it takes huge time for refactoring the application. I was very sad those days. Oh what a disaster that was.
When working with my team members located remote places, I fall into a deep shit. How can we manage and track the changes done by us? Even I was getting strange code in my routine which I bet was not written by me!! It was a terrific job Continue reading “Prelude to foundation: Its time to go for a better PHP Framework”
Most of subversion users are familier with Tortoise SVN which removes the need of using svn command line tool. Tortoise is a great tool. It helps a lot as a visual replacement of svn client. What if you want to setup a subversion server in your machine so that developers can work remotely? follow these … Continue reading Installing subversion server
These days I am usually shouting “Free and Open Source Software (FOSS)” – and my friends and colleagues pointed their finger at me. so why I am shouting with all these non sense words? Let me explain a bit, have a cup of coffee and give me some minutes. These points are totally from my … Continue reading FOSS – My point of view