10 Free Tools For Creating Your Own Maps. The Maps make your geography easier.
It does not only tell you about the navigation, but increases your knowledge about the different places of the world. Does it cause difficulty to read someone else’s maps, how about creating your own maps? No doubt there’s Google map and Google earth to help you out, but there are several other tools from which you can choose. Here is a group of 10 astonishing tools that you can use in creating your own maps. For the handy maps that can be shared with the interactive people the selection below has a variety of tools to convince your mapping requirements. Animaps Create and view beautifully informative animated maps, for free! Scribble Maps The Easiest Way to Draw and Share Maps!
MapTiler Fast maps for the web and mobile. HeatmapTool HeatmapTool.com is the best online service for creating spectacular and accurate representations of your data. GeoCommons Click2Map ZeeMaps. PHP Specific. CSS Specific. MySQL Databases. Foto fija de Css: Todos los documentos Css del Consorcio W3c y su estatus. Una instantánea del estado de los distintos documentos del consorcio W3c referidos a Css.
Incluidos los que ya son recomendación (estándares), y los que están como borrador de trabajo. Sin importar su fecha de publicación. También incluyo los que han sido clasificados como obsoletos a lo largo del tiempo. Si tienes curiosidad puedes comparar esta "instantánea" con la que publiqué allá por Mayor de 2012 y observar los cambios habidos durante estos 3 años. La fecha que acompaña a cada enlace es un enlace para ver el histórico (evolución) de cada documento. Conservo la nomenclatura o clasificación original (en inglés) de cada grupo.
Junto al enlace al documento del W3c he añadido el correspondiente al artículo del blog en el que "traslado" al español dicho documento. Trabajos finalizados. Open source PHP web application framework. A Brief History 2006: CodeIgniter was born.
CodeIgniter is a powerful open-source PHP framework with a very small footprint, created by Rick Ellis in 2006. CodeIgniter was born from ExpressionEngine, essentially a collection of refactored classes originally written for EllisLab's flagship CMS. Stripped of the application-specific functionality, CodeIgniter was made to be a simple and elegant toolkit, enabling rapid development of both web sites and web applications, attracting thousands of talented PHP developers. Phpgroupware.org. 7 CSS Tools You Should Be Using.
CSS is getting more and more complicated to write.
Thankfully, there are tools that make the task of authoring CSS a little bit easier. From identifying errors in your stylesheets to presenting useful stats about your code, these online tools will undoubtedly help during CSS development. CSS Lint CSS Lint will point out syntax errors as well as highlight potential problems related to browser compatibility, performance, accessibility, and other areas of concern. The source code of CSS Lint is available on GitHub in case you want to run it offline on your computer or web server. Use for: Identifying issues that aren’t readily obvious through visual testing and CSS validation CSS Stats CSS Stats, just as its name suggests, provides you with a plethora of stats about a site’s CSS such how many style rules the website has, the media queries it uses, all the fonts it employs and more.
PHP snippets. PHP Optimization Tips. This tutorial will explain many small techniques which will, hopefully, help optimize your php scripts.
Top 20+ MySQL Best Practices. Database operations often tend to be the main bottleneck for most web applications today.
It's not only the DBA's (database administrators) that have to worry about these performance issues. We as programmers need to do our part by structuring tables properly, writing optimized queries and better code. In this article, I'll list some MySQL optimization techniques for programmers. Before we start, be aware that you can find a ton of useful MySQL scripts and utilities on Envato Market.
Most MySQL servers have query caching enabled. Ten PHP Best Practices Tips that will get you a job. Posted by blake on Jun 4, 2008 in Code, Performance, PHP | 167 comments The last couple of weeks have been quite the experience for me.
I was part of a big layoff at my former company, which was interesting. I've never been in that position before, and it's hard not to take it personally. I started watching the job boards, and a nice-looking full-time PHP position caught my eye, so I sent out a resume and landed an interview. Before the face-to-face portion, I chatted with the owner and head programmer on a conference call, and they ended up sending me a technical assessment quiz.
Find the errors in the following code: So, give it a shot. If you got the missing comma in the parameter list, the "new Array()" error, the colon instead of a semi-colon, the '=' instead of '=>' in the foreach statement, and the erroneous use of '+' on the echo line, then congratulations, you found all the errors! That's not how I answered the question though.