Tidying up my server I found a front-end style switcher lying around I’d not used much. It seems very simple and pleasant to use, so thought I’d blog it here, as a demo, before deleting the original forever…Continue reading Simple stylesheet switcher
As a kinesthetic learner, my preference when taking a course in code is to build what I’m shown, but tweak, improve, build on and document what I learn as I go along.
Returning to professional web development after a long break, I needed a refresher course in php, so I took a look at the php basics video series from codecourse:
With a series like this, where examples have a minimal front end, I like to build a suitable front-end as I go, shaping it to the needs of the project. To me this is an ideal way to build a site, but isn’t always possible in a client project. Personal projects are ideal for this kind of discipline, and it’s amazing what can come out of it.Continue reading PHP basics
I feel I just learned a lot about using git from this great little talk.
Resources on handling file uploads.
New version of the ownCloud client
Back in April Jack of all trades Danimo blogged a tour of the ownCloud Client version 1.6, shortly after its beta release. Danimo emphasises a raft of “tremendous performance improvements”, and mentions a switch from Qt 4 to Qt 5 for Windows and Mac OS X (and calls for leads to help achieve this for Linux too). The team “also implemented an item that was on many peoples wish list: a concise sync log“. Version 1.6 was released on 2nd June.
OwnDrop: an alternative ownCloud client
Private one-click uploader for ownCloud, built on and for Mac OS X.
ownCloud version 6.0.4 imminent
Version 6.0.3 of ownCloud was released at the end of April: the changelog includes “performance improvements by reducing the number of chmod operations”, “don´t allow creating a “Shared” folder” and “Documents improvements and fixes”.
Version 6.0.4 is due for release imminently!
ownCloud 7 gets alpha release
Following the feature freeze on ownCloud 7 development, the alpha (testing) version was released on June 11