I’ve been away for quite a while from this part of world, mean that I’m writing here on this blog of mine after 6 months, well a day more than 6 months to be exact!! No need for explanations, everyone’s got life, I found mine as well!! 😉
But what I’m amazed at is that some people just don’t have it or are too much frustrated with their own lives that they just crib about everything else they don’t like!! One example can be seen at this CodeIgniter vs. CakePHP thread in the CI forums. While some people really said why they didn’t like CakePHP & what they found good or better in CI, some of the crowd didn’t miss a beat to give their piece of mind about how badly CakePHP sucks and some went even as far as enlightening us how Ruby on Rails, Django, Turbogears, Python etc. suck!!! 🙄 These are people who never do anything worthwhile and their life passes by without a blink. Comments like: Read More
Which PHP Framework is right for you? There seems to be an uprising in the world of PHP frameworks ever since the formidable Ruby on Rails took the programming world by storm, catapulting the quiet Ruby domain into limelight!! Ever since, new PHP Frameworks of all sizes and shapes(slow/fast, bloated/neat, simple/complex, light/heavy, rawking/suckerfish) seem to be popping up now and then and a lot of them seem to be modelled after RoR aka Ruby on Rails. Read More
Seeing me freak out at solving maths equations, my mom used to say that solving maths problems is fun once you get the hang of it. I thought that she’s just telling me that to finish up my homework, but I now understand because its not that solving maths has become fun for me but I’ve found coding & solving problems in there to be fun, which apparently some people don’t. So logically speaking, when you get going in something, it starts looking fun to you, whatever it maybe, be it solving maths problems or logical equations while coding or cooking!! Read More
iG:Syntax Hiliter is not fully compatible with the new WordPress 2.0. Though the existing installations might work alright, new installs of the plugin on WordPress 2.0 may cause some problems due to the revamped user system in WordPress. The earlier user levels have been disposed off and user roles have been introduced. So the plugin will not install when activated in the plugin management page on your WordPress 2.0 install as it currently checks for the minimum user level 8 to install the plugin and edit the configuration options!! 😕 Read More
As I move into some advance PHP stuff, I came across the cURL. Now some of you might not know what is cURL, so here’s a definition from the cURL Website.
curl is a command line tool for transferring files with URL syntax, supporting FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, GOPHER, TELNET, DICT, FILE and LDAP. Curl supports HTTPS certificates, HTTP POST, HTTP PUT, FTP uploading, HTTP form based upload, proxies, cookies, user+password authentication (Basic, Digest, NTLM, Negotiate, kerberos…), file transfer resume, proxy tunneling and a busload of other useful tricks.
Yes, its about time, I know, & you’ve been waiting for long, so without further ado, let me present, iG:Syntax Hiliter v3.0!! As always, a detailed READ ME and MANUAL is provided with the plugin to get you going. 😀
This is truly one update which I think that every user should(must) have(or atleast those who are running WP1.5 or above). The whole plugin has been overhauled & re-written, the code size is less than the last release(400 lines versus 750 lines of last release) even though the features have multiplied!!! Read More
In the past week, I was messing around with the imap functions of PHP, to connect to a POP3 server, get eMail messages, etc.
But the problem is that imap_body() function doesn’t give out just the email message if the eMail is a multipart message. I was having problems with this as I didn’t find any solution in the comments on the online manual’s page & what I was trying to do is to get the HTML from an HTML eMail, but I got the plain text part as well as the headers if I used imap_body() for a multipart HTML eMail. 🙁 Read More