If you are adventurous you might have a look at the PHP & Web Toolkit source code here:
Beware: Since this was my first (and nearly only) project in Objective-C with Xcode I’m sure it’s a mess.
The repository wasn’t meant to be public in the beginning but only for my personal use, therefore I committed just the whole project – which probably isn’t the best way to go. Nevertheless with some experience it should be possible to build the plugin.
And another update for CwCrop – initial dimensions were wrong, thanks to Martin Silenus for fixing this. And by the way updated the demo page which seemingly also had a bug…
This article is work in progress and will be updated along the way. Last update: Sep 6th 2015 – problems, problems.
For some time (before dropdropbox) I thought about replacing dropbox as my primary cloud storage. Instead of choosing another provider like Google Drive or Wuala I decided to try owncloud.
Continue reading “Owncloud setup – replace Dropbox and Google Calendar”
An update for CwCrop – size calculation was a bit off in certain cases, thanks to Harm Hermsen for fixing this.
A new beta release: Now supports JSHint 2.3 with custom preferences. Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 4.2beta”
A small update, now the included demo works correctly again. Thanks Caroline for noticing!
More information here and find it of course on Mootools Forge.
New release: Mostly bugfixes and some code rewrite in the background. Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 4.1”
I’m moving my website to a new server (to have php 5.4) – therefore the website will be down for a few hours.
Everything should be up and running in a few hours and I’ll use this (semi-interesting) blog post to mention how content I’m with my provider:
Today I asked if it was possible to move my account to another server with php5.3/php5.4-support because the current server offers php5.3, but only via CGI. This usually is not a big thing, but there are certain drawbacks: For example it’s not possible to use “flush()/ob_flush()”. (Well you can use it, but the page is being sent in one piece anyway). Of course php via CGI was the last thing I thought of .. Before that I tried lots of different esoteric stack overflow hints (“Always send a Carriage Return!”, “Send at least 200 characters before each flush()” and so on..) until I finally realized it might have something to do with the server.
Well, long story short, a few minutes (sic!) later I received an e-mail that this is no problem and my webspace can be moved to another server if desired.
By the way: It seems the Akismet Anti-Spam plugin has some major problems the last weeks – because 95% of all posts I receive for review are spam. Not a very big deal, because I’m talking about 10 to 30 posts per week and according to the stats last month about 19.000 posts were directly marked as spam… – but if you sent a useful comment and it’s not released yet, well that might be the problem, sorry..
This isn’t meant to be stupid advertising or to promote the partner-link below (you’re of course welcome to use it, but I think it’s only interesting for German users) – it’s rather a recommendation.
So, honestly recommended as provider: all-inkl.com.