This is the first part of Zend Framework 2 tutorial series in which we are going to make a fully functional Blog application with user management, articles and comments.
Useful WordPress hook that allows you to catch callbacks in WordPress admin.
Laravel 4 images, themes and error pages is the fourth part of an excellent Laravel 4 series.
Due to many of you asking how to get number of Twitter followers outside WordPress, I decided to write a small tutorial on that.
Recently I stumbled upon a simple flat file CMS called Pico CMS and had an idea how this could be the next blogging platform. So, I paired it with Draft. This tutorial will show you how.
As of 11th of June, Twitter discontinued old Twitter API, so I decided to show you how to get twitter follower count using the new 1.1 Twitter API
This is the third part of Laravel 4 tutorial. This time we are focusing on data validation and front end of this simple Laravel 4 website with admin backend tutorial.
During a recent project, I had to add some custom links to page listings in WordPress admin besides Edit, View and Delete. Here is a small tip on how to do that.
It is official, a few hours ago Laravel 4, the fanciest of PHP frameworks, is released.
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.