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I just came back from Verona, Italy where PHPday 2012 conference was held. This is a small glance of awesomeness that happened there. Hell, it was so good, it even caused an earthquake.
I gathered a few of the latest cool jQuery and CSS3 resources. Some are really awesome. Check them out.
WordPress Transients API is a powerful feature which enables you to cache complex queries and similar things. I created some interesting benchmarks to see what is the benefit of using it.
Comparison of GIT and SVN is not easy, as they come from different worlds and eras. But, I tried. And here it is.
After one year of fine tuning and optimizing, jQuery Mobile reached its first full version release. And it did it with a bang…. The new ThemeRoller feature is just plain awesome.
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According to Wikipedia, more than 97% of all e-mails sent over the net are unwanted. That’s around 200 billion spam messages per day. To keep this insane amount of spam out of your inbox, you should keep your e-mail safe when you display it on web. One of the ways to keep it safe is […]
Today I had the privilege to interview Jeffrey Way – the editor of a popular web development blog, Nettuts+, and a developer evangelist for the Envato marketplaces (ThemeForest and CodeCanyon, among others).
After a long time, one of the popular PHP frameworks reached 2.0 version. Let’s see what is new in CakePHP 2.0.