Posts Tagged ‘web’

Reviving the ccPhp Framework

10 Nov

I had kinda given up on my PHP framework (as I’d mentioned in my “Simplicity via PHP Frameworks” article). But as I embarked on another little web project and realized that I might b … Reviving ccPhp. It took longer than I would have liked, to get up and running. … I noted that, at its core, it has a very programmatic approach to building a web page. That is, it assumes …

[This post was hacked, due to a WordPress bug, and I hadn’t backed it up. I tried to find it via some of the web caching/archival sites like, but, to no avail. The snippet above was a snippet from what the Facebook page preserved. A lot of thought went into the post, but once I spew my thoughts out onto the page, I wipe my brain of the details. If I find the rest, I’ll update this.]


PHP Recipe to Show Source-code

19 Nov

PHP programming referenceHere is a simple Web 1.5 (static HTML with a little bit of styling and JavaScript) recipe to allow a viewer of your web page to see the PHP source code of the page with a minimal amount of JavaScript and a little CSS manipulation—good for showing the work you’ve done to others. Or for embedding in your own source, in debug mode, so that teammates can see each others’ work.

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Crushed Under the Tower of Software-Babble

02 May

BNF Syntax diagrams

I think my brain cells are shrinking—it is unbelievable how quickly I forget. Such is the life of a software developer, these days.It is amazing how quickly I can forget the details of one programming language detail over another after just a few weeks away—when I see my old code, I amaze myself at how good a programmer I was… last month! Read the rest of this entry »