The awesome people at Webucator made a video of my popular Ajax call tutorial. Go check it out, they did a great job!
For a project I had to store some files on Amazon S3 and I used the wonderful Flysystem package from The PHPLeague. While using this I encountered 2 problems: 1. Region lock If your S3 bucket is created in any other region than US (although it seems impossible to do so) you might encounter problems […]
Recently I got some troubles with a web server that was failing due 100% memory, smart as I am (not) I configured some tools to use the hard disk for caching. A few days later I needed to find the largest cache directory, so I got this handy command memorized for ever. This is how […]
As you may have noticed TwigBridge 5.* doesn’t work well with Laravel 4.2. PHP Fatal error: Class ‘Illuminate\View\Environment’ not found I had to update to Laravel 4.2 because of the Queue improvements so it wasn’t something that could wait. In Laravel 4.1.15 the Environment classes have been renamed from Environment to Factory. That breaks with […]
Somehow I got a lot of questions about jQuery and Ajax, which is quite easy to understand. I’ll show you how to create an ajax call using jQuery and update the page without reloading. I assume you have knowledge of HTML, CSS and basic HTTP techniques.
Use the following library to list all Controllers and methods of a Codeigniter application. You could use it for information about your application or to protect controllers and methods with an ACL plugin for example.
Are you near your boiling point when using the MySQL LOAD_FILE function from a PHP script, here is the solution. You already debugged the file uploads, file movements, renaming and so on, nothing worked.
The problems I faced when using USB harddisks or USB pendrives for backup processes is that each time you connect them they will have a different ID. For example: I connect USB harddisk “Iomega” to my Debian Squeeze machine which will assign ID /dev/sdc1 to it. The next time I connect the same “Iomega” harddisk, […]
I needed to list all the Controllers of an Cakephp 2 application. I searched the webz and found an old article that got me started. The original article with code is here: http://cakebaker.42dh.com/2006/07/21/how-to-list-all-controllers/. Here is the (rewritten) code for a CakePHP 2 Component: