Today I`ve started working on my jQuery Updater for WordPress plugin.
Step 1: moving to GitHub
First step was linking Subversion and Git, which was a hell
Step 2: decide workflow
The second step is deciding the workflow: tools and rules. I decided to skip Grunt and Vagrant for now, since the code isn`t going to be rocket science.
I use phpDoc for documenting the PHP code and GitHub as project management (issues, milestones).
This setup will do fine for now!
Step 3: project management
Making a roadmap, with issues, features and prioritising all that I want before I start working and losing grip on the project.
Step 4: work
Starting with cleaning up code followed by creating space for new features. Leaving the hardest bits for the last. Although this isn`t ideal it makes future development a whole lot easier.
Want to help?
The project is located on GitHub at github.com/Ramoonus/jQuery-Updater
With the release of Drupal 7.0 earlier this year (January 2010), a new time has come for the Drupal Community.
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Drupal is an open source PHP/SQL based content management system (CMS). As SQL database, popular engines as SQLite, MySQL and PostgreSQL can be chosen.
Since version 4 Drupal is one of the most used open source CMS platforms available.
Drupal can be compared to other popular PHP/SQL based CMS systems like Joomla, WordPress and XOOPS but has its own benefits.
You are reading my review of the book “The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7”.
The Joomla! 1.5 Top Extensions Cookbook is one of Packt Publishing’s cookbook series meaning that it contains recipes. This book contains over 80 different recipes to use extensions to add maps, image galleries, slideshows, audio and video players, security, forums, shopping cart, guestbook and other functionalities to your site. Each recipe is a articles with an idea and how to work it out (step by step), just like a regular cookbook.
Joomla! is an open-source award-winning PHP/MySQL based content management system (CMS). Since its available under the GPL license it`s free to download, modify and use it for your website.
This book is written for Joomla! 1.5 users without programming or webdesign knowledge. Basic knowledge of setting it up is recommended.
For basic Joomla! Knowledge I can recommend Joomla! 1.5 Cookbook which I reviewed earlier: Joomla! 1.5 Cookbook review.
Most of the content of this book is also valid for Joomla! 1.6, although not all extensions will work fine. The same counts for users of PHP 5.3.
The Packt Publishing Open Source Award 2010 winners are know known!
Open Source CMS
- Winner: CMS Made Simple
- 1st Runner up: SilverStripe
- 2nd Runner up: MODx
Hall of Fame CMS
- Winner: WordPress
- 1st Runner up: Drupal
- 2nd Runner up: Joomla!
Most Promising Open Source Project
Open Source E-Commerce Applications
- Winner: PrestaShop
- 1st Runner up: OpenCart
- 2nd Runner up: Tomato Cart
Open Source Graphics Software
- Winner: Blender
- 1st Runner up: GIMP
- 2nd Runner up: Inkscape
- Winner: jQuery
- 1st Runner up: Mootools and Raphaël
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I will be reviewing the “Joomla! 1.5 Templates Cookbook” by Richard Carter, published by Packt Publishing. This book is about modifying Joomla! 1.5 Templates.
Packt Publishing asked me to review this book since it’s in my line of expertise.
A little about me:
I’ve been playing with Joomla! for more than three years now. I currently own no sites which run on Joomla! but I don’t see a reason why I shouldn’t be using it for one of my sites.
You can find my website on http://www.ramoonus.nl
The Joomla! 1.5 Templates Cookbook is one of Packt Publishing’s cookbook series meaning it contains loads of recipes. Each recipe is a small articles/paragraphs with an idea and how to work it out. Just like a regular cookbook.
As the title reveals this book is about Joomla! 1.5 templates. A template is the design which displays the Joomla! site. Without a template no content is displayed, you will only see blank pages.
This book can also be used for the future Joomla! 1.6, which is currently in beta status.