Doctrine documentation seems to promote annotations over other configuration formats. There are many developers that prefer configuring their mapping in Yaml files istead of annotations (some people really hate them) or XML (which is perfect in my humble opinion). Personally, I’ve never found Yaml be more readable than XML.
By default FOSUserBundle does not contain any feature that will allow us to set up the behaviour on user email change. For security purposes, it is important to invalidate user account activation on successfull email change. This simple listener provides such functionality.
WordPress uses an username as a default slug for author archive. For security purposes your username should not be publicly visible – it’s always better to get it hidden where possible. This snippet will prevent WordPress from using your username, but will force it to use nickname.
At the begining of its way, it was a simple snippet for my personal use. After some time, I’ve seen the code on some discussion forums shared as a example of easy to use CSS grid. Then I’ve decided to release it to the community. Few weeks ago, it’s been updated.
Today at 11am my first child was born. My little princess, Kinga Aleksandra is a healthy, strong and beautiful child. I’m so proud of being dad and can’t wait to take her and her mummy home.
By default, Netbeans is hiding all files with names starting with a dot excluding .htaccess file. If you are using Git you’ll problably face an issue here.
Quick and dirty post. I’m back into blogging. Seriously. After almost fours years I’ve collected 9 posts on this blog. Quite impressive collection, isn’t it? Since today, I try to post a blog note every two-three days covering programming related stuff, open source projects, interesting tools and RPGs of course.
As you may see in my post I’ve switched from Netbeans to PHPStorm few months ago. I’m very happy with JetBrains software but recently was recommended to give a new Netbeans beta a try. I’m happy to share my thoughts about the IDE after 6 months of using PHPStorm.
I’ve been using Netbeans for few years now. Recently I faced some big issues working on my box. To clarify, I’m using Windows PC as a desktop machine and Debian powered server as my development environment. I was really frustrated with recent problems and have decided to check PHPStorm out. In this post, I’ll show… Continue reading
Personally, I don’t like installing web servers, PHP, database engines from repository. Installing latest version released requires adding third party repository (DotDeb.org on Debian or EPEL on CentOS). You may basically don’t want to add any third party repository on your production server. Alternatively, in some cases, it may cause some dependency problems. In this… Continue reading