In Mac, people use Textmate as there prime text editor. In Linux we have vi, vim, gedit and a more advanced Eclipse. But these days I came across with a new Text Editor, called Sublime Text Editor. I have used it in Windows machine previously. But recently I saw that they were providing the package for Linux. So that was it. I tried to install it in Fedora 15. After a few hiccups I was able to install it. So now I am sharing it with the text editor lovers.
Zend Framework is one of the PHP Framework available in the market. It has a huge set of libraries. Those allow you to do a lot of things that is not possible in other Frameworks. Today, I will make a post in how to send mails using Zend Framework's SMTP and Gmail's SMTP service. I hope this can be very helpful to users who use mails to test there applications.
Previously I have posted about how to enable Memcached Service in Windows 7 with Wampserver 2.0. Today I will write about how to enable this service to a Fedora 15 Box.
I will again provide a step by step guide about how to install it in Fedora 15.
In Drupal 6 many of the Drupal developers used a Module called Simpletest to Unit Test the other modules. But it required a lot of core patches as well. So the good news for Drupal Developers is Drupal 7 has that module inbuilt. But, once it is inbuilt a question comes is how to use it and how to write simple unit tests. So today I am going to demonstrate how to write a simple test suite.
As a drupal module developer we always have to list some contents to the admin sections to every modules. Asa result we use the good old table format to display down the stats. Now, some of us, use a HTML concatinated format of table, tr and td's to display the listing information. But there is a very efficient way to deal with table in Drupal. It is the API called theme_table().
In these days, a lot of websites use Image Sliders in the Front page. As a developer I also used many of them in different websites. When it comes to Drupal, it is quite hard to find a suitable Image Slider for it. It took me a lot of time to get one done. So, today I am making this tutorial, based on how to use a slider in Drupal.
A Brief Description , Now a days lots of websites like Wikipedia, Twitter, Youtube, Digg are using an open source, high-performance, distributed memory object caching system called Memcache or Memcached. Basically it provides a caching mechanism in the server side scripting. Here we are going to use it for PHP. From there website it's quite understandable that the distribution is mainly built for Linux environment. But lot of people are very much comfortable using the Windows environment.