This is part 2 of the Laravel 4 tutorial on how to build a simple website with backend. This part will get into the core of the Laravel 4 back end and explain everything you need to build a back end side of the website.
This is a small tutorial on how to use Uri.lv JSON file to get number of subscribers, cache it and draw a nice chart with subscribers statistics
This is a second part of a Backbone.js and Slim framework. In the first part of the tutorial we’ve dealt with creating server side (using Slim) and now we’ll get started with client side (Backbone.js part of the story).
My kids love Calculus games, so I decided to build one using jQuery. This is fairly simple jQuery Calculus game which we will expand in next parts of the tutorial.
Google killed Feedburner API few months ago, now it’s killing Google Reader, maybe they’ll kill Feedburner, too. I decided to ditch Feedburner and switch to a great service called URI.LV
Few months ago I stumbled upon an article by John O’Nolan about an idea that WordPress has become CMS platform and the need of another blogging platform called Ghost. Well Ghost blogging platform is on it’s way.
WordPress configuration file is a single core WordPress file that you should change. Today’s theme is known and some less known wordpress configuration file tips.
Most of the tutorials I found on Laravel 4 don’t really cover an entire process of building a web site/app with the framework. That is why I wanted to write down my process of building a web site, with a backend panel, simple user authentication, content management, image processing, API routes, etc.
Today’s quick tip will show you how to properly migrate WordPress site. Migrating WordPress sites is not hard, but may often turn out to be more problematic than it seems.
In this series of articles I’ll create simple task management web application based on Backbone.js. To save data and persist it to database I’ll use Slim PHP micro RESTful server.