Just posting this to push a company my friend and I started - JCM Solutions. JCM Solutions is a computer repair and computer network servicing company. We focus on virus and malware removal, hardware issues, custom PCs, and installing home or business networks. I thought about tackling web design and development jobs with the company, but I want to keep that separate with the hope I can find that dream job of being a company's web developer. So, check out the site, add us on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter. Help us out!
jsFiddle for your debugging needs Friday 23, November 2012 mglaman
Awesome Google Infographic
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When I was developing my Joomla! components to make my GRealty suite I needed a few custom fields that were not native to Joomla The process is simple and only requires one new folder and one new file in your component. In your components admin/models/ folder create a new folder called 'fields'. Create a new PHP file, name it however you want your field to be referenced within Joomla.
Here is a simple PHP calendar script that can be easily customized and designed with CSS.
<?php $time = time(); $numDay = date('d', $time); $numMonth = date('m', $time); $strMonth = date('F', $time); $numYear = date('Y', $time); $firstDay = mktime(0,0,0,$numMonth,1,$numYear); $daysInMonth = cal_days_in_month(0, $numMonth, $numYear); $dayOfWeek = date('w', $firstDay); ?> <table> <caption><?
For KenoBarNight I just added a simple rating system mocking that of YouTube and others; a simple "I Like It" or "I Don't Like It". Use whatever verbage you'd like, that is what this script does.
Achievements seem to be popping up in every new web service. Why? Because achievements make you win the Internet. Okay, not really, but it does make your user feel more engaged into your web site. It gives the user a reason to use your site and do more things on your site. The best part is the achievements do not even need to be all that difficult.
Over at Business MBA, I found this awesome infographic labeled "Behind the Numbers" that breaks down some information about one of the largest companies out there, Google. View the whole article to see the infographic. From: BusinessMBA.org
When developing web applications it is always wise to use the most up to date APIs and know when to scale back on certain functionality. Google just posted a blog entry stating four mobile web app tips when using Google Maps.
With the new wave of mobile devices being a major way to access the Internet, it has become possible to customize web applications based on a user's location - or create web applications based on user location.