While working on the migration of a Cake1.x project to Cake2, I faced a problem with the JsonView plugin of Pagebakers. Instead of being catched by the JsonView View, it just printed out the plain old html error of a missing view. Lees verder
Today I’m migrating one of our webapplications from Cakephp 1.3 to Cakephp 2.0.5.
A lot of webdevelopers do repeating tasks on each project they make. One of these repeating tasks is building your CSS too make the project look great! With bootstrap – which is a project of twitter – most of all CSS styling is already done for you and enables you to easily extend it.
You can find Bootstrap at :
Recently I tried to integrate the php spellchecker of TinyMCE into a project we’re working on, when I stumbled upon the error:
uncaught typeerror cannot call method ‘push’
Googling around I found the solution to the problem by upgrading the TinyMCE package to a newer version (3.4.5). Hope it helps – because I didn’t found that much information on the internet about it.
If you trim files that we’re exported using UTF8 encoding then be carefull that you also trim the non-breaking spaces in it. The default options of trim() do not include this, so you have to use the following code to be sure to also trim them:
// turn non breaking space into 'normal' string // to behave exactly like a non-breaking space $myHTML = " abc";
$nbSpace = array_flip(get_html_translation_table(HTML_ENTITIES, ENT_QUOTES));
$converted = strtr($myHTML, $nbSpace);
// trim utf8 non breaking spaces
$converted = trim($converted,chr(0xC2).chr(0xA0));
Did you knew that you could iterate through an objects variables? Well I did, but I already forgot that it was possible. Lees verder
In this post I’ll try to explain the implementation of MVC (Model-View-Controller) in the Zend Framework. If you are not familiar with Zend Framework, you might read the Introduction to Zend Framework post