Imagemagick Installation with OS X Mavericks and PHP 5.4
I know that there are lots of posts and articles written for installing the imagick PHP extension, so why not one more.
Bootstrap Git Submodule Workflow
I have used Bootstrap for projects in the past but I have always downloaded the precompiled bootstrap files. While this has worked easily in the past, there are some downsides.
Twitter Sign In using OAuth and ColdFusion
Enabling your users to authenticate to your website using a popular social media service such as Facebook or Twitter can increase your sign-up conversion rates.
Simple OAuth 1.0 using ColdFusion
As part of a project to integrate with a REST API I have developed a small project for OAuth 1.0 using ColdFusion.
One Day With Expressjs
I have spent one day (so far) learning expressjs – a node.js framework for a web application server.
Lowercase Your URIs
For SEO purposes, it is often necessary to enforce lowercase URIs on your website.
Retina and Responsive HTML5 Images
With the popularity of retina and high definition displays on the rise it is now more important than ever for web developers to use high definition images.
WordPress Plugin using HTTPS
This post is mainly focused at those using a WordPress plugin that is old (and probably should not be used anymore) and is causing issues when attempting to load your WordPress blog over SSL via HTTPS.
Mac OS X Mavericks and pdo_odbc PHP extension
Compiling and installing the
pdo_odbc PHP extension is not for the light of heart.
ColdFusion 10 Run As User on Mac
During the installation of ColdFusion 10 you have the option to enable the automatic startup of the ColdFusion application server during the boot process on your machine.