I recently felt the urge to have a development testing environment on Linux (LAMP). I tried CentOS first since it is one of the leading industry standard Linux server. I was disappointed to see that CentOS does not have a 5.2.x series of PHP that I could install via "yum" (am not a very advance user so does not wanted to build it by typing long queries in SSH just to find out that I left some core thing in the first place). I did a bit of research and found out that Ubuntu could be a better choice. Luckily I had the latest version of Ubuntu already shipped via Postal Mail (aka Snail Mail) and this time the CDs DID get through the customs. For those new to Ubuntu,…
I just set up a test application and set my email address to be one of hotmail, after some time the emails stopped coming through, further inspection revealed that these emails are being bounced off HOTMAIL server because it has a limit of 30 emails per domain per hour (in my case it was asim.pk domain).
If you want to use CakePHP's bake tool on Linux command line (like I have development environment on Linux) then you can ssh to your linux box as shown in the screen shot below Second, you can execute the cake bake command in the following manner [code lang="plain"]./cake/console/cake bake[/code] as shown in the picture below
A Bug in Wordpress v 2.5.1, originally uploaded by asim.zeeshan. Excerpts from PHPCommunity I discovered a BUG in Wordpress Version 2.5.1, the forgot password sends you an email with the "key" that is supposed to generate a new email but the "key" itself contains characters like "&" which appends to the URL like query string and wordpress gives an error that the "key" is invalid.
The cool book that i just bought today. I was previously working with Prototype and Scriptaculous (and im very good at it) and then jQuery. Most recently i have also worked with mootools because i had to create a component for Joomla 1.5. This week, i had to do something with sliders and had to look into each one of these in more detail. Found out that YUI is far better (and advanced). If you want to sneak peak before purchasing the book, then visit the official YUI blog and read Sample Chapter from Dan Wellmanâ€™s â€œLearning the Yahoo! User Interface Libraryâ€. Note: Post comments and your criticism below.