After reading a couple of blog posts about reducing web development time, I thought I’d share my top 6 tips for timesaving during web development.
Monthly Archives: December 2008
The Timesheet Next Gen team have just been putting the initial touches to their new website. Whilst it is a bit bare at the moment, we will be populating it with content for both user and developer over the coming days, weeks, months and hopefully years! We’ve also created a new development wiki and moved… Read more »
I’ve just committed a new very basic web installer for Timesheet Next Gen which is the Timesheet and job tracking open source web app that I’m trying to contribute to when I have a spare moment. Only in the SVN repository at the moment, but if you have a chance you can get check it… Read more »
In my “real life” I manage a number of blogs for both clients and friends, mostly WordPress. One of the blogs had a requirement that was to completely password protect the entire site – i.e. only registered users could view any page/post. For this I initially set up .htaccess password protection – quick and simple…. Read more »
A 3 step solution to the SVN error: “svn: This client is too old to work with working copy ‘xxx; please get a newer Subversion client”.
I’ve had some time today to sit down and browse some of the web. Below are a few articles which I’ve been reading and are worth linking to. How I learnt to love Perl by David McLaughlin. This is a great article in which David talks about his experience of “rediscovering” Perl and re-finding it’s… Read more »
Today I had a little problem deploying a new update to a site for one of my clients. Normally the way I deploy is by writing a build script that updates the code from an SVN repository. This is easy peasy and means that once setup, the site doesn’t have to be touched apart from… Read more »