Simple, blog-aware, static sites - Transform your plain text into static websites and blogs. Nordness. Building a Website with Jekyll The tools, software, and services I use to build and host this site.
Updated December 2015 Around the end of my sophomore year of university, I built my first website. I thought it would be a good way to familiarize myself with the basics of web development and would make a good landing page for potential employers. I put it together in a few weeks using the Twitter Bootstrap and some hopelessly out-of-date online tutorials. When it came time to apply for my third and final co-op in the Spring of 2014, the site had gotten to the point where it was more of an embarrassment than an example of my development skills. The site has been changed and restructure a number of times since the initial redesign, but I’ve tried to keep this post as up-to-date as possible.
Softaculous. Start Bootstrap - Free Bootstrap Themes and Templates. 20 Useful Docs and Guides for Front-End Developers. I come across so many interesting info-apps and documents in my daily research, so I thought I’d provide a list of those here.
True, not everyone likes the “list post” or roundup, but hey, we can’t please everyone. And we don’t do these types of posts too often anyhow. In this case, this is a great way to bookmark a few things maybe for some evening or weekend reading. I guarantee you’ll find at least a few links in here that you’ll want to come back to. Enjoy! 1. A great point-and-click little app to get you up to speed with all the different parts of CSS syntax and what the proper name for them is. 2. A very simple informational layout that, by means of a select box, lets you choose between Responsive, Adaptive, Liquid, and Static, so you can see what is the difference between the four layout types. I imagine this would be nice even to show to clients, so they can see how things adjust using the different styles. 3. 4. A cheat sheet for learning and remembering CoffeScript syntax. 5. 6. 7.
Treevis.net. AdminRezo » Naviguer tranquille. WebApp.Net. For PHP Developers. RegExr: Learn, Build, & Test RegEx. Controller (The Symfony Book) A controller is a PHP function you create that takes information from the HTTP request and constructs and returns an HTTP response (as a Symfony Response object).
The response could be an HTML page, an XML document, a serialized JSON array, an image, a redirect, a 404 error or anything else you can dream up. The controller contains whatever arbitrary logic your application needs to render the content of a page. See how simple this is by looking at a Symfony controller in action. This renders a page that prints the famous Hello world! : The goal of a controller is always the same: create and return a Response object. There's no magic and no other requirements to worry about! Controller A prepares a Response object representing the content for the homepage of the site.Controller B reads the slug parameter from the request to load a blog entry from the database and create a Response object displaying that blog.
Requests, Controller, Response Lifecycle Note. HTML5 et les WebSockets. Aujourd'hui, nous allons poursuivre notre dossier consacré à HTML5 par une étude du standard qui a eu le plus de succès : les WebSockets.
Cette spécification permet d'ouvrir une connexion bi-directionnelle permanente entre un client et un serveur, afin de résoudre certains problèmes posés par le caractère unidirectionnel et déconnecté du protocole HTTP. Les WebSockets autorisent ainsi le développement de véritables applications temps-réel performantes telles que des sites d'informations ou de suivi des cours boursiers, ou des applications multi-utilisateurs (chat, jeux en ligne...). La spécification permettant d'utiliser les WebSockets est développée par le W3C, tandis que le protocole de communication est standardisé par l'IETF. Balise INPUT : champs de formulaire. Manuel PHP. Going Live with Your Application. Once you've finished coding and debugging your application (including testing all your PayPal API calls in the Sandbox), go live by moving your application to PayPal's production environment.
To take your application live: Ensure your application adheres to the PayPal Application Policies and Guidelines.Update the Sandbox API credentials in your PayPal calls to those assigned to a live PayPal account.Update your PayPal endpoints from the Sandbox to the PayPal production servers.Register your application with PayPal.If your application makes use of Adaptive operations, obtain a live AppID.Go Live ! This document describes how to move your application to the live PayPal environment and how to create an application that provides a secure and dependable user experience. It covers the following sections: Obtaining your live PayPal credentials All calls to PayPal operations are made through the application account, which is a PayPal account that is controlled by the application owner.