Using templates is especially useful in web application development. It allows developers to create custom layouts that will display data any way you want. It keeps your web application organized by separating the logic and programming from the design and interface. There are many template engines out there, but perhaps none like Savant.
Reminding ourselves to do something is easy… when we’re at our computer. We simply set up an alarm, or throw a sticky-note on our monitor. What happens when you want to remember the milk? Or to send out a proposal to a prospective client? Sometimes being reminded when we’re not at our computer can help. A text message does the trick. And Oh, Don’t Forget the milk.
Everyone once in a while, I take take a look at the other side of web applications – the development side. After all, the web app itself and how it came to be are two sides of the same coin. After getting my hands dirty with other PHP frameworks, I decided it was time for me to do a review on my favorite. Say hello to one of the simplest and most functional frameworks out there – CodeIgniter.
We always found it odd why Feedburner required you to doubly opt-in. First, you enter their Captcha code before sending you a confirmation email with an activation link inside. Well, FeedMyInbox did what Feedburner didn’t – make it extremely easy to subscribe to any RSS feed via email.
Displaying code on a blog or website can be a frustrating task. Simply enclosing our code within PRE tags can sometimes cause more problems than it solves. What you need is an attractive way to display code that’s powerful enough to be used by tutorial giants like Nettuts, and easy enough to be installed on a personal blog. May I present SyntaxHighlighter.