PHP Advent 2009

I had no idea something like this existed but what a great idea. 24 days of worth of PHP articles to keep the Christmas Blues away. Today’s article is something very close to my heart and discusses the topic of Comprehensible Code. Go, read, expand your minds….

Ambit Recruitment website goes live

Personal experience will always advise our actions. So, the objective is to ensure positive experiences are repeated as often as possible, to encourage further positive outcomes. That’s the simple premise on which Ambit Recruitment operates the business of fitting the right people into the right positions. The Ambit Recruitment website is a bit of a… Continue reading Ambit Recruitment website goes live

Riding on Rails

I’ve decided to spend less of my free time on blogging and more on learning new things. I had planned to change this site to run on WordPress, but have decided instead to learn Ruby on Rails. From what I can see it is (in many ways) similar to CakePHP (which I love) but with… Continue reading Riding on Rails

Developing with CakePHP: Creating a simple admin control panel

If you are like me, you prefer to have a specific url mapped to your applications control panel/backend etc. This is usually something along the lines of www.url.com/admin or www.url.com/cms. Normally during the CakePHP “bake” process, the system will ask you what you want your admin route to be (default “admin”). Once this has been… Continue reading Developing with CakePHP: Creating a simple admin control panel

PHP.js

This is something I came across a while ago, but it has really come in handy. It is a project that attempts to make many php functions available in javascript. As most php developers will at some point have to write some javascript, it is a very handy library. You can find it over at… Continue reading PHP.js