Over the last few weeks I’ve been investigating some new tools for my coding toolbox, particularly in light of getting to grips a lot more with MVC in .net during my time at the uni – as I’ve started looking … Continue reading PHP Symfony and WAMPserver
So, because I’m a bloody heathen I do all my development in a Windows environment using the WAMPserver stack (yes, I know, put your crosses and garlic away, please!) which can make testing new things that have a very Mac … Continue reading A quick note about WAMPserver Virtual Hosts and .dev
Little bit of a quickie post in the Coding realm here, just to highlight a cool little JQuery plugin I’ve been using for a couple of years now called DataTables. At its most basic, DataTables takes a flat HTML table … Continue reading JQuery Datatables
Well, it has been a while since I talked about coding on this site – a strange thing, considering it’s my main career! Well… THAT’S ALL ABOUT TO CHANGE!!!! But not quite yet. This is just a heads up that … Continue reading On coding…
Okay, so I’m a web developer first and foremost (it’s what pays the bills) and recently I’ve been getting a bit into version control. I tend to use Subversion and GitHub for repositories in work, with GitHub providing my personal repository. Basically I use my paid GitHub account as an emergency backup for all my WordPress client work, you know, just in case! For anyone who doesn’t know, GitHub provides online storage for programming type work that you can write changes to once they’re made. You can do other stuff as well but it’s basic use is as a backup … Continue reading GitHub for Windows is AWESOME!