We just made a Trello board like prototype using jQuery.
Features: Multiple list and multiple item. Ability to sort list and item.
Try the demo here:
And get the source codes here:
We came across the need to have a CakePHP plugin for Summernote. For those you haven’t heard about it, Summernote is a WYSIWYG HTML editor which enable user to insert HTML tags in a textarea input. You can try the demo here: http://summernote.org
To quickly use it in your CakePHP project, you can try my plugin here:
We appreciate any feedback.
If you developed a web based system like an Inventory system, a Booking system or an Accounting system, these 5 admin templates can save you a lot time developing your own admin template.
These templates is based on Bootstrap framework. You can use it in both commercial and non-commercial project.
SB Admin 2
As Web Developer or Web Designer, using a good tools to quickly develop website for your client is a winning strategy.
Here, I list out 5 latest tools you can use to develop your websites:
Pricing: From $49
3. Bootstrap Studio
Pricing: From $50
Pricing: From $16 per month
Pricing: From $4.90 per month
You’re now equipped with 5 latest editors for quickly developing your websites.
If you’re currently using one of these editors, or if we left one off the list, let us know in the comments below.
There are many package available out there to setup your local web server like XAMPP, WAMP and EasyPHP. All you need in the package is Apache, PHP 5.4 or latest, MySQL database and PhpMyAdmin.
Here, we show you how to setup your local web server using XAMPP on Window.
- Download the latest XAMPP for Window at https://www.apachefriends.org/index.html
- Start the installation process by double-clicking on the XAMPP installer. Click ‘Next’ after the splash screen.
Here, you can select the components you want to install. Choose the default selection and click ‘Next’.
Choose the folder you want to install XAMPP in. This folder will hold all your web application files, so make sure to select a drive that has plenty of space.
The next screen is a promo for BitNami, an app store for server software. Deselect the ‘Learn more about BitNami for XAMPP’ checkbox, unless you actually enjoy receiving promo mails!
- Setup is now ready to install XAMPP. Click Next and wait for the installer to unpack and install selected components. This may take a few minutes. You may be asked to approve Firewall access to certain components (such as Apache) during the installation process.
- Installation is now complete! Select the ‘Do you want to start the Control Panel now?’ checkbox to open the XAMPP control panel.
Testing Your XAMPP Installation
Follow these steps to test your XAMPP installation by launching the Apache web server and creating a simple PHP file.
- In the XAMPP control panel, click on ‘Start’ under ‘Actions’ for the Apache and MySQL module. This instructs XAMPP to start the Apache webserver and MySQL database.
- Open your web browser and type in: http://localhost or http://127.0.0.1
- You should see the following screen. This means you’ve successfully installed XAMPP on your computer.
- We will now test whether XAMPP has installed PHP successfully. To do this, fire up Notepad and type the following into a new document:<?php
echo ‘Hello world’;
- Save this file as ‘test.php’ in c:\xampp\htdocs\ (or whichever directory you installed XAMPP in)
- Navigate to localhost/test.php. You should see the “Hello World” message:
Congratulations! You have now successfully installed XAMPP on your PC. You can now use your local Apache webserver to install our scripts.
At neptuneScripts.com, we will require to create a nice change log file which is readable to our customers each time a project released. It will become cumbersome if there are a lot of log files to create. Since all our projects used Git as source code repository, generating a change log from the Git history will help us cut down our time a lot.
Here are the git command we used to generate the change log files:
$ git log –since=”2015-09-01″ –name-only –date=short –pretty=”%nDate: %cd%nCommit ID: %h%nDescription: %s%n%nAffected files:” > Recent_Changes.txt
This command will generate a nice change log file (changelog.txt) like the above screenshot. You may adjust
“–since=” as per your commits date.
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