December 19, 2020
So, you have a couple of PDF files which you want to convert to images, and all your GUI tools available or known to you failed you; what to do?
August 13, 2015
June 14, 2014
Yes, it’s possible
February 23, 2014
Here’s the canonical method of lazy loading of an object attribute.
December 22, 2013
While making websites with Yii framework for medium-sized businesses over and over again, we adopted a standard way of structuring the project over time.
October 29, 2013
Imagine for a moment what it takes to write UI using the Twitter Bootstrap UI toolkit in the views of Yii-based web application.
July 20, 2013
Okay, today's the task: pushing all of 1892 files of Yii framework to the Git repository is a burden, and upgrading it to new version pollutes the git log with changes to files you don't care about. Let's package it into a PHAR!
May 31, 2013
Okay, today let’s say you have a working webapp providing some functionality to it’s users. And, let’s say you test this functionality manually. You have the long document describing how things should work and on each iteration you sit down, open your application and start clicking and filling forms and checking that all is going according to specs.
Of course this is pure horror, but it’s something that should be done to be sure that after all changes in current iteration your features aren’t broken, so, you don’t have regression errors.
Of course, there is a clean and obvious solution to automate this process.
April 9, 2013
Okay, this one is not free as in free beer; Browserstack requires a paid subscription.
November 11, 2012
Here's how to fix the default too wide and too "round" fonts rendered in EMACS under KDE (and maybe other DE, too).