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ANIga – pimping my gallery

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I was looking for a gallery plugin, and among those literally speaking hundreds of gallery extensions for the WordPress blogging software I found ANIga, coded by Michael Naab. Though there are a few unpretty startup errors upon installing and uncatched error-notices during image-processing (Michael, did you forget do set error_reporting to E_ALL?), I’m pleased with the functionality the plugin gives you.

After customizing my default-Template theme ...

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Back with 2.2

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I’m finally done upgrading my old WP installation. Here you go… Old posts have been migrated to the new db, the comments are lost, though.

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Livegrid made it to GWT

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Glad to see the folks over at GWT-Ext added the Ext JS Livegrid extension into their repository! (Post was maybe worth a twitter, but I do not have an account yet ;) )

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announcing beta release of cucua

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Cucua

After some work on reorganizing the package structure and tuning the project guidelines, Cucua has now it’s first 0.1.0 release, available in /trunk.
Of course there are still some classes missing, but if you want to have a clue on how Cucua works this is a fine place to start.
You can find the phpDocumentor created API-docs here, and API-docs generated by doxygen here. And don’t forget to visit ...

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there is no spill! there is no spill!

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I bet most of you know those days where hacking your software goes just fine until you expect a minor feature to cause huge problems. It happened to me on saturday when I wrote the layout manager for my javascript empowered table widget. The architecture will be similar to JTable found in the Java/GNU Classpath API – their idea of the separation between the data model and the view/controller is easy to understand, yet powerful.
Since working with ...

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using phpunit2 with eclipse

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A good IDE saves a lot of time, and besides all those commercial products phpeclipse is a nice alternative.

UnitTesting has also become a valuable task to the serious PHP programmer. There is already a plugin for simpletest available to use in eclipse. Judging after the UI, it comes very close to JUnit. Unfortunately, there is no plugin for PHPUnit(2) available yet (although Sebastian stated earlier that Zend wants to take ...

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zend framework – it’s done when it’s done

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Hooray! Zend framework has arrived!
If you haven’t heard the news yet (you should have read it by now in at least 100 of the thousands PHP developer blogs out there) I strongly recommend you to follow these steps:

news…

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… due to the amount of projects that I stumbled over in the past weeks, reaching me by phone was a hard task for those who tried. No wonder I have been one of the last persons that got informed about something that still makes me feel a little bit strange, since I’m somehow about to lose someone, yet win someone new.
I can’t go into detail right know, but I’ll keep you posted about it.
Right now I have ...

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zend announces web framework

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Looks like we finally get a standardized web framework for PHP: Zend did lately announce the Collaboration Framework which hopefully lets us set up an out-of-the-box MVC app in a quick and easy way. Together with IBM Zend will also work on an IDE based on Eclipse…
I hope there will be more information on this subject soon, specially some source-code to look at.

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cucua cowiki set up

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Cucua

You can find the (incomplete) coWiki over at http://www.cucua.org
Do NOT rant about lexical/syntactical errors, as I haven’t had the time to beautify the content yet ;)

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