subLog : HTML / CSS to PDF using Ruby on Rails →
Ever tried to save a web page and send it to someone? What about printing a web page? Both pretty much suck.
Skinning MS SharePoint with standards →
Among the many reasons I might articulate for the relative slowdown in updates and articles around here, Microsoft SharePoint 2007 resides near the top of the list.
Java Shopping Cart / Java eCommerce Software by... →
Elastic Path is a revolutionary “developer friendly” Java ecommerce software platform for building sophisticated online stores and shopping carts. It is refreshingly simple to customize, easy to integrate, quick to deploy and surprisingly cost effective.
WebDKP - A DKP Addon for World of Warcraft →
Welcome to WebDKP, a web based DKP system for World of Warcraft.
Multi-client Websites with the Typo3 CMS and WURFL →
Nowadays (web) content management systems (CMS) are a common means to separate content from design. When deciding on the tools to use for a new multiclient web site, it is important to know how the CMS helps the designer in creating easy to maintain web s
DKP System / Joi Ito's Socialtext Workspace →
Details on the DKP rules used by <We Know>
Geocoding in CakePHP →
The Geocoded Behavior for CakePHP is the simplest and most powerful way to integrate geocoding into your CakePHP application. It integrates with both Google Maps and Yahoo! Local geocoding services (and is extensible to allow for the inclusion of other se
PHP Interview questions from YAHOO →
A friend recently got some pre-interview questions from YAHOO for a PHP job. Following up my previous post about programmer questions I thought I would post them to give people examples of what a large corporation like YAHOO asks.
Why the 9 to 5 Office Worker Will Become a Thing... →
In your personal life, when attending to business or working on side projects, how often do you spend 8 consecutive hours in front of a computer? It doesnât make sense because we lose the ability to concentrate effectively within a few hours.
Freebies Round-Up: Icons, Buttons and Templates |... →
Weâve selected fresh high quality icons, buttons, vector graphics, templates and layouts. You might know some of them, but hopefully not all of them.
The Freelancer’s Toolset: 100 Web Apps for... →
Running a business for yourself means you have to be inventive and always on the lookout for a new and better way to get things done. Innovation junkies, take note: the Internet has a lot to offer. From invoicing to marketing, these are tools that freelan
Geocoding Addresses Using CakePHP & Yahoo!... →
I was talking to him about how I wanted to geocode my data for my CakePHP CMS, but had been having issues with Google Maps and geocoding UK addresses. He pointed out that the Yahoo! REST interface for geocoding accepted UK addresses, so today I thought I
New YahooGeo Component beta « Digital Spaghetti →
After my post yesterday about Yahoo!s Geocoding service, I had a look over their Terms of Service and discovered that under it, you cannot save the geocoding data that is returned. So with that in mind, I have developed a fully functional CakePHP componen
jacobian.org : Django projects →
Iâve always thought that the sign of a healthy Open Source project is a vibrant ecosystem around that project. Thatâs why Iâve been thrilled to see that there are a bunch of cool third-party Django add-ons popping up. I thought Iâd take a few minu
Calculating distance with latitude/longitude in... →
Iâve created a few sites in the recent past that have required some kind of distance calculation. Each of these sites have been solely UK-based and therefore Iâve used a MySQL setup whereby the table contains an X and Y column consisting of the Ordnan
Tagging in CakePHP →
A couple of projects Iâm working on at the moment require tagging functionality. Something Iâve found hard to deal with on other sites is forms which let you select checkboxes for tags. This is all well and good when you have a few available tags, but
cakebaker » CakePHP and OpenID →
You probably heard about OpenID, the open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric digital identity. It allows you to authenticate with just your URI and a password for all services which support OpenID. The integration of OpenID into your (CakePHP
I really need to find a way to change my LinkedIn profile to say “please do not contact me about government contracting jobs, ever.”
EPGP raid reward system →
EPGP is an Effort/Gear reward system and addon for World of Warcraft. The addon stores information in game so unlike other systems it doesn’t require an outside website with a database backend to keep the DKP standings.
ESWAT web project framework →
The ESWAT web project framework is a kit that contains a folder structure and some pre-written components that I use whenever I start off a new web project. This is going beyond my Rapid XHTML/CSS development using templates entry. At the end of this entr
Open Source - SugarCRM →
Sugar Open Source is the freely distributed open source edition of the SugarCRM software. It is a production-ready CRM system supported by both the Sugar Community and SugarCRM Inc., the company behind Sugar Open Source.
Official XOOPS Website - Powered by You! →
XOOPS is an extensible, OO (Object Oriented), easy to use dynamic web content management system written in PHP. XOOPS is the ideal tool for developing small to large dynamic community websites, intra company portals, corporate portals, weblogs and much mo
Swiftcore Swiftiply →
Scaling your web applications should be easy. Start small, then when you need more capacity, just add it. Another process. Another machine. More capacity, instantly. Without additional configuration or software restarts.
postcards from the other side of the world →
Tod A is the singer, composer and ringleader of Firewater, a New York City-based rock band of questionable repute. In January 2005 Tod decided to go on sabatical from both the band and his homeland for reasons of mental health. His immediate goal was to e
Control Chaos →
Scrum is an Agile process that can be used to manage and control complex software and product development using iterative, incremental practices. Scrum has been used from simple projects to changing the way entire enterprises do their business. Scrum sign
In retrospect, Sanar thinks he can trace his problem [being blacklisted from...– Point being: SEO Marketing Wizards are hucksters. From Forbes.com
OpenWFE - open source workflow engine →
OpenWFE is an Open source WorkFlow Engine released under a BSD license. It’s written in Java but features access libraries for languages such as Python, Perl, Ruby, C# (.NET), PHP and pnuts.