WordPress vs Drupal vs ExpressionEngine We’re constantly asked to rate WordPress vs Drupal vs ExpressionEngine, but the truth is: No two clients or projects are the same. I think this is a simple fact that you should really consider before reading on. Far too often, I see freelancers and firms adopting a single system or […]
Posts Tagged ‘PHP’
PHP developers here seem to be overlooked when it comes to the overall programmer pool. Many of the buzz words around Rails, Node.js, Backbone and other frameworks have taken the spotlight in Colorado likely due to a trickle down effect from the west coast. The developers who should be getting praise are the grey-beards that […]
Magento has made it really easy to get Static Content from within a CMS page with the use of widgets, but say you’re developing a custom theme, you may want to call a static block programmatically in a Magento theme in which case there are a few methods of doing so…
As usual, I’m sharing a solution a problem that I personally encountered and couldn’t find a great solution for. So I’ve been using my laptop more and more as my local development environment in order to keep things private and secure while in the dev stage. Among learning how to fully utilize SVN locally, I’ve been trying to setup my laptop to be a fully functional server while also being extremely easy to maintain and change my environment on the fly. To do this, I’m running MAMP (Mac Apache MySQL PHP) available for free at mamp.info as well as the Zend Framework bundled with Zend Tool.