Read it for free online or better buy a printed copy if you can.
Installing it in Virtual Box - check
Installing Guest Additions - check
Result: No Retina Support - sucks
Installing Parallels 10 - check
Installing Freya in PD10 - check
Installing Parallels Drivers - check
Result: Black screen - sucks
So, I have to wait until one of the systems supports Freya or at least clever people find a workaround. :/
So about a month into using Tresorit I will stick to it und conjunction with my Drive Account where I store all those "not so important" things.
So this week I will continue to read as much as I can on stuff related to Laravel and to some degree Restful APIs. So here is my current reading list for this week:
And yes I know there are some big changes coming up in L4.3, but most of the content is still relevant. So if you are interested, give those book a read too.
1. Build APIs You Won't Hate
2. Laravel Testing Decoded
3. PHP Objects, Patterns, and Practice (4th Edition)
4. Laravel cookbook (also available from the authors Medium site)
On top of those books it's always fun to read the official documentation of Laravel and PHP too.
What do you read this week?
Do you have recommendations for books on TDD, Testing, System Architecture, Patterns (in PHP)?
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I really like your service for getting videos from conferences I did not attend, Arduino projects I'm interested in and some old music videos from the glorious 90ies. ;)
But what I don't want are "recommendations" for those German kiddies that talk nonsense all day long, make clips full of thin air and have a huge fan base of even more mentally retarded kids and teens. Why in the world do you recommend them to me even if I tell you I'm not interested and they share no topics with what I watch?
Ohh yeah, I know, because they make money for you. Fine. But I don't want to see them, and so won't see the ads either. So please keep me alone and let me find interesting material on your platform.
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Working with the Mac and iOS clients is nice as well. Only downside is the strange UI. Not sure why they chose to follow this path, but for a serious product I would love to see a more conforming UI that blends with the OS. Personally I don't need the fancy design, but can live with it.
If you want to give it a try follow this link:
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If you are searching for a new UI toolkit that has a nice datatables/datagrid component and you don't want to spend thousands of [your currency here] for it, like with ExtJS, maybe Webix is the right tool for you.
It comes with 55 really nice components. Each being really powerful an configurable. I really fell in love with the data tables right now. So much potential in data heavy applications.
What UI solutions do you use?
It's been some years since I got a task that involves designing a website and create vector (SVG) elements. Normally I would use Adobe Fireworks for that task. I religiously used it back in the early twothousands when I was working with Windows. But now it seams like it's not getting the love it deserves by Adobe. On the other hand I wanted to try something new and Sketch 3 seams to be the right tool with a really nice set of features, fair price and growing community and eco system of plugins/extensions.
After one day of using it to create a vector logo from an old drawing I can say I love it. Feels like in old Fireworks times. I'm fast, I get things done, no UI glutter, streamlined processes and workflows. A good set of features and lots of fun!
So I guess I won't open Photoshop even less now. :)
If you want to give Sketch a try, there is a trail version or you can buy the software in the OSX AppStore.
First project rebuilding (writing) a Drupal 7 order management tool in Laravel 4. Let's see how much more or less work it is.
The current system uses Fields, Views, Rules and Search API heavily. On top some Page Manager, Ctools and user/permission sugar.
I remember building the tool last year and not feeling really happy about it, because it became such a big boomer, even if the core functionality is trivial.
So now, after reading lots of the Laravel books and many, many articles, I feel comfortable to start using L4.2 in a production project.
Lets see how it goes.
On the other hand I'm also getting more and more interested in D8 and what it will bring to the CMS/F table. I just feel that using Drupal is more and more only right if you have midsize and big projects.
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