Michelangelo van Dam wrote a neat little article to help with single user Twitter access. What that means is that you can set up a Twitter application and then start tweeting without having to
Would you want to participate in a project to build a ZF2-based WordPress-compatible blogging platform?
Don’t know if it’d happen. Just curious at this point. The reason why I even asked the question was because WordPress, love it or hate it (I actually love it), is antiquated and, quite
Last week I wrote up a few blog posts (here, here and here) about creating a Flex based dashboard that utilized message queues to pass data. It was a really fun example to write
In yesterday’s post I talked a little bit about some of the details on how I used messaging to connect a front end on demand request to a back end scheduled data processing mechanism.
Today (June 1st) I got to give an online talk with Adobe on how to create a stunning analytics dashboard with Flex and PHP (recording here). I’m a horrible graphic designer and so I
A little while ago I had come upon the problem of having to store sensitive data in a user session. The solution that I (and several others came upon) was creating a mechanism for storing encrypted data in a session. But what we wanted to do was build something that didn’t have a single point of failure. We also wanted to build something portable. What we built was a simple Zend Framework session handler for storing sensitive data.
I’m working on an example of mobile detection with the new Zend Framework 1.11 beta that was just released when I came upon an interesting problem. That problem is; how do I debug requests coming in from the mobile phone? The answer is actually relatively easy. I’m doing this using a Zend Framework application, but the concepts that you’ll see here can be used quite easily across any type of framework.