Reactive frameworks and libraries have taken web and mobile application development to a whole new plateau. Leveraging advanced browser DOM manipulation where conventional frameworks and libraries fall short, here we take a brief look into three popular frameworks. So why reactive frameworks/libraries?
It's a technological struggle where everything is at your finger tips yet we seek convenience and accessibility in all walks of life. This reminds me of…
There are three roads to ruin; women, gambling and technicians. The most pleasant is with women, the quickest is with gambling, but the surest is with technicians.
~ Georges Pompidou
This blog post has tweaks, snippets or fixes not in their detail versions but aid in rapid prototyping during development. Focused around Drupal 7, Wordpress, jQuery, Zurb Foundation and LAMP.
If you have used Webform module in Drupal it would have occured at some point: what if it could be further extended to support payment checkout? Good news is you can since Drupal modules are closely tied to its API. Some interesting statistics on Drupal 7 API:
How many times have you looked at your calendar that hypothetically says “Dates in this Calendar are closer than you think”. This is where you must have a great Project Management to make sure development goes smooth. There are many great web-based Opensource and commercial tools out there for Project Management with SCM like Github, Basecamp, JIRA, ProjectPier, Trac, Bugzilla etc; While all of them seemed promising and feature rich it was time to take a pick.
Why a plugin for Ooyala Videos? Somethings are just meant to be simple. On Googling "Ooyala for WP" you might get lucky and find "Ooyala Video Browser" plugin which works, but I haven't bothered trying it out. Screenshots gave goose bumps that it required an Ooyala account. This plugin makes embedding single/multiple Ooyala Videos easy with 3 simple steps: