JQuery, Prototype, and MooTools Benchmark – SlickSpeed

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Introduction Before I even start, let me state that I'm a JQuery fan. Ever since I've started with JavaScript frameworks I've weighed the pros and cons, and trust me there are a lot. You'll always find people arguing Prototype, JQuery or MooTools. I … [Read more...]

CakePHP Auth Component – Tutorial Two

This is the second installment of my Auth Component Tutorial. I included a link to download a file for during the first installment: I just think that some of the stuff in there warrants some explanation. isAuthorized() This function is … [Read more...]

CakePHP Auth Component For Dummies Tutorial

First off, I would like to say much thanks to Gwoo for finally helping me to understand this thing. So I know what you're thinking; I'm probably the last person to finally figure out the CakePHP's Auth Component. For the past few months, I've been … [Read more...]

CakePHP 1.2 Beta Released Fresh Out of The Oven – Happy New Year

So I guess the CakePHP development staff doesn't take any holidays. Bright and early New Years Day 2008, we're greeted with a fresh new release of CakePHP 1.2.6331 beta. No, not pre-beta a full blown beta. Needless to say I'm excited about … [Read more...]

InsaneGB Review – Free Web Server 5GB Disk Space, 20GB Bandwidth

I can't remember where exactly I heard about this web host, but InsaneGB.com sounded like a great deal. You can read their website for more details, but in a nutshell they got PHP 5, MySQL 4, and everything (Databases, Add-on domains, etc) is … [Read more...]

CakePHP – One RSS Feed To Rule Them All

One problem that I've always had with finding CakePHP related information over the internet is the multiple sources. I wouldn't so much mind if all these sources were legit. The thing that pisses me off is those scrapers who scrape the entire CakePHP … [Read more...]