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Posts with the tag PHP...

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Your cheatin’ brain

“I’m trying to think, but nothing happens.” – Curly Crib notes, quick guides, Cliff Notes, cheat sheets – whatever you choose to call them, they come in handy when the web developer brain goes ___________ . The guys at Smashing Magazine (we smash you with the information that will make your life easier. really.) have…

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CSS and the Human Body

So you are looking to finally take those steps to advance your web design skills to the next level… or maybe you are a newcomer interested in making CSS/HTML/PHP your entry point into the web design world. Either way, HTML has come a long way since the days of IE and Netscape, when the World…

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PHP Doctrine ORM: Release Candidate 1 – August 31st 2007

The much anticipated PHP Doctrine ORM is nearing a stable release. After a long Google Summer of Code, Konsta Vesterinen, also known as zYne- in IRC, has tentatively scheduled the first release candidate for August 31st. This is very exciting for the PHP community as it fills a gap that has existed in PHP since…

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Memorial Day goodies

Just in time for the BBQ’s, fireworks, and swimming- here’s a list of ten links that I gathered up with a little something for everyone. Enjoy.

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symfony 1.0.2 maintenance release

From the symfony-project.com website, they announced the release of symfony 1.0.2. The bug fixes include: * r3785: fixed getCookies() call in sfDebug when using sfConsoleResponse (#1666) * r3775: fixed _compute_public_path() when using a query string * r3754: updated Propel to 1.2.1 (http://propel.phpdb.org/trac/query?status=closed&milestone=1.2.1&resolution=fixed&order=priority) * r3746: fixed output escaping and _get_object_list() (#1593) * r3699: fixed highlight_text() doesn’t…

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symfony-forge beta goes live..

Today, symfony-forge.com has officially launched a beta version of the site. The site will remain beta for the coming weeks, and later a Trac/SVN migration will take place from symfony-project.com to symfony-forge.com.

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Dangers of a Bad Website

In the early years, some could argue that having a website, albeit bad, was still superior to not having one at all. Websites were not the ‘norm’ and having one proved that your firm was unique and cutting edge. Fast forward 10 years and this is no longer the case – every business and organization…

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Setting Client Expectations through Mock-Up Design

One of CentreSource’s strongest areas is custom application development. We’ve worked with a number of fantastic clients who have asked us to create a variety of applications including ones to handle franchise management, online book trading, and qualitative research. With each of these, as well as a number of other development projects that we’ve worked…

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Innovative Helpdesk/Ticketing System

A friend recently recommended: http://www.cerberusweb.com It is a very popular (and affordable) email management solution for help desks & sales teams. It is a bit complex, so you’ll want to take a moment to review the features and consider ways to synthesize it for your business. It appears that everything is managed through email and…