For the last couple of years, I’ve been dabbling with a few side/hobby projects. Several of these have been in the form of a Single Page App (SPA). There is a lot of appeal to that with the modern web. The question always comes up, though, which framework should I use to create my new app? There are… Read More »
Paid Memberships Pro is a great WordPress plugin that allows paid subscriptions to your WordPress site. It has tons of features and is incredibly flexible with handling subscriptions. One of my company’s clients uses it for managing all of their memberships and uses Stripe as the payment gateway. Stripe is also a great company — I use it for my… Read More »
http://fortune.com/2016/10/03/software-patents/?_utm_source=1-2-2 This is big.
I thought I would put this here in case anyone else has been experiencing the same thing I have been. Start up a JetBrains product, any of them — PhpStorm, WebStorm, CLion, DataGrip, or any of the others and it will start up, start indexing files, and then freeze. The only way to recover from it is to… Read More »
I’ve been chewing on this since the latest Android update hit Jessica and my phones, and I posted about it here. Basically, software design has gotten crazy over the last few years. With technology going mainstream, and most people carrying computers in their pockets in the form of a smartphone, software design is much less of an art… Read More »
So a few weeks ago I started in on a ground-up rewrite of an existing project. Its currently using a framework that based around my CWFC libraries. It works very well, but its starting to show its age. As more and more features got added to the project, things have gotten more and more cumbersome to maintain in a… Read More »
So, I’ve been working with JetBrains PhpStorm for about 6 months or so now. Only recently have I started forcing myself to serious work with it. Part of the reason why I used tabbed terminals and VIM for so many years is that it is very fast. No mouse clicking, my hands never need to leave the keyboard except… Read More »
After I posted Google Protocol Buffers Where Have You Been All My Life, I started thinking about the multiple inheritance issue a bit more. After a couple of initial trials, I believed it wasn’t going to work. I kept thinking about that, became somewhat obsessed and needed to figure out why it wasn’t going to work. So today… Read More »