Useful tools in chrome

chrome can be a really cool tool, not just a browser. Some cools extensions are:

qsnap – for capturing and annotating screenshots.
markdown viewer – for viewing markdown and auto refreshing if there are changes.

Install drush in cpanel

* you will need root access to the server If composer fails, it is most likely you dont have some extensions. If using cpanel, If all is working “drush core-status” should be working

Cleaning up git history with git rebase

Git rebase is good when you want to combine some historical commits into one commit. This might be a good idea because your history contains too many unncessary test commits, or if you want to cut down the size of your git objects. On the other hand, changing history can be a dangerous thing, it … Continue reading

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Simple way to redirect user if Mobile

Javascript can detect screen size and redirect users if they are using mobile. I’ve found that checking the screen size and redirecting users based on that can cover 99% of the use cases rather than injecting some complicated browser detection javascript libraries. The screen width of IPAD is 768px and screen width of a bigger … Continue reading

The most time consuming part of software development process

People seem to think that the most time consuming and tedious part of developing a software is the coding of the software. This is wrong. The most tedious process is to get the right requirements for the project. Good business requirements without loopholes give good boundary of how the software will evolve. Screenshots and user … Continue reading

Software developer survival skills

To have a career as a developer, you need to have some important basic skill sets. All (new) technologies are built on top or around some commonly used technologies. People always say, “WOW, this technology is really hot now, you should learn it!”. Yes, but to even know the basics, it will take years to … Continue reading

Why Symfony?

Choosing the best framework for rapid development has been a topic that has been debated to death. Today, there is no longer “the best framework” because all modern day framework is scalable and robust, they learn from each other. They are all adapting very fast to new techniques of doing things. At the time of … Continue reading

Symfony2: Installation

The official installation doc is http://symfony.com/doc/current/book/installation.html. As a best practice, don’t install symfony in MAC or Windows, install in Linux and use Linux for development because you will be using Linux for hosting. For consistency in development, develop in virtual machine. The spec of the virtual machine should be the same as the production server. … Continue reading

When is hardcoding good?

Hardcoding is always seen as a bad practice. It makes the code inflexible. For example, making the code aware of the environment itself is a good thing so that we can reuse the code and avoid code duplication. Here, we are trying to copy a file to a user directory. is better than If this … Continue reading