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Laravel 4 E-Commerce — Laravel 4 Tutorials Introduction One of the benchmarks of any framework is how well it fares in the creation of an e-commerce application. Laravel 4 is up to the challenge; and today we’re going to create an online shop. While much effort has been spent in the pursuit of accuracy; there’s a good chance you could stumble across a curly quote in a code listing, or some other egregious errata.

Setup your own private GitHub server using GitLab and Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS I’m the first to admit that I absolutely love writing code and applications, I’m also a huge fan of GitHub, GitHub is a fantastic tool for hosting and collaborating on public projects such as open-source projects however and although you can pay to enable you to host private Git repositories on GitHub if you have more than a few you’ll soon start paying big bucks! Recently I found a fantastic ‘clone’ of GitHub, it’s called GitLab and pretty much has all the features that GitHub does and like GitHub, GitLab is written in Ruby (on Rails). In this blog post, I will demonstrate how to configure you’re own GitLab server specifically on Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS – for those that follow my blog posts quite closely you’ll not doubt of realised by now that I do love Ubuntu Server (I prefer the debian based distros over the likes of the RedHat derivatives!) Lets get going…

Learn to Build Modern Web Apps with MEAN The goal of this tutorial is to guide you through the creation of a Reddit/Hacker News clone using the MEAN stack. By completing this tutorial, you will gain a basic understanding of the MEAN stack including building a REST interface with Express.js on top of Node.js and using that interface to perform CRUD operations on a database via an AngularJS frontend. Why MEAN Stack? The acronym "MEAN" stands for "MongoDBExpress.js AngularJSNode.js" and represents a group of technologies which are known to synergize well together. The major benefit of the MEAN stack is that it's extremely quick to prototype with. Node.js allows you to use Javascript on the backend as well as the frontend which can save you from having to learn a separate language.

Ry’s Git Tutorial - RyPress Ry’s Git Tutorial is a complete introduction to distributed version control with a focus on practical command line usage. We explain Git’s robust branching, merging, and collaboration capabilities from the ground up, so prior experience with centralized systems like SVN or CVS is not required. Published Dec 23, 2012 – Tested on Git 1.7.10 Testimonials Git Workflows and Tutorials The array of possible workflows can make it hard to know where to begin when implementing Git in the workplace. This page provides a starting point by surveying the most common Git workflows for enterprise teams. As you read through, remember that these workflows are designed to be guidelines rather than concrete rules. Simple and Easy Laravel Login Authentication This article has been upgraded to work with Laravel 4.1.26 Today we’ll be creating a simple Laravel authentication. Using migrations, seeding, routes, controllers, and views, we’ll walk through the entire process.

A successful Git branching model » In this post I present the development model that I’ve introduced for some of my projects (both at work and private) about a year ago, and which has turned out to be very successful. I’ve been meaning to write about it for a while now, but I’ve never really found the time to do so thoroughly, until now. I won’t talk about any of the projects’ details, merely about the branching strategy and release management. It focuses around Git as the tool for the versioning of all of our source code. (By the way, if you’re interested in Git, our company GitPrime provides some awesome realtime data analytics on software engineering performance.)

MEAN Stack User Registration and Login Example & Tutorial After getting a lot of interest in a previous tutorial I wrote on user registration and login using AngularJS, I thought I'd expand on it a bit further to show a full end to end solution including the server side and database using the MEAN stack (which stands for MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, NodeJS). I find one of the best ways to learn how to use a new technology such as the MEAN stack is to tinker with and extend working examples of real world applications. User login and registration, security and account management are extremely common requirements for many applications. Learn Git in 30 Minutes Danny Markov Git has exploded in popularity in recent years. The version control system is used by huge open source projects like Linux with thousands of contributors, teams of various sizes, solo developers and even students. Beginners are often terrified by all the cryptic commands and arguments that git requires. But you don’t need to know all of that to get started.

Git Reference We've already seen how to use git log to compare branches, by looking at the commits on one branch that are not reachable from another. (If you don't remember, it looks like this: git log branchA ^branchB). However, you can also use git log to look for specific commits. jqGrid: How to Make it Responsive (with Twitter Bootstrap) Posted: March 30th, 2015 | Author: Julia | Filed under: Development, Tips and Tricks | Tags: bootstrap, javascript, jqGrid, jQuery, responsive | 2 Comments » I started developing application with jQgrid (an Ajax-enabled JavaScript control for representing and manipulating tabular data) and Twitter Bootstrap grid system. This jQGrid plugin uses a px width for defining width of the grid and column width. - git notes How remotes work One of the difficult things for a git beginner to understand is how remote branches work. Basically, as git is a distributed version control system, every developer has a full and independent repository. So, how can you pass changes around?

Setting Up a MEAN Stack Single Page Application Free Course Getting Started with Angular 2 Angular 2 is the shiny new framework that comes with a lot of new concepts. Learn all the great new features. The Designers Guide to Git - Marvel Blog Or anyone who really wants to use it but has no idea how Writing code is hard. For every 1 minute of bliss typing characters in the computer and seeing it render things that didn’t exist before, there are 10 minutes of frustration with unreadable code and bugs that didn’t exist the night before. “Writing code with Git is hard. Writing code without it is unthinkable.”