Monthly Archives: November 2010
Shout out to Ari Hoenig, an amazing Drummer. Just saw him at Small’s last night and it was great.
Finally restructured to a point that I think is livable, themes and skins are now entirely separate, and there are separate admin and frontend themes. I have successfully paved the way for future theme selection and thus made it possible … Continue reading
Yes, yet another new revelation. Placeholders. This is awesome, it’s exactly what I’ve been looking for, a way to specify slightly more global but dynamic content like stuff to go in the left or right nav bars. The only difficult … Continue reading
Implemented a full on log in system. Right now every page in the CMS is restricted, but it will be an easy matter to hand off the access control over to the database so that pages can be restricted on … Continue reading
Ok, wow, that was not what I was hoping for. It appears that because Doctrine 2 is using the literal array_map() approach the needle must be the exact same instance as what’s in the haystack, so there’s really no way … Continue reading
title should be self explanatory. Now the CMS will be standalone and won’t interfere, also ideally I will make two module destinations one for base/core and another for local/vendor so that third parties can create their own ZF modules inside … Continue reading
Really just refreshed my memory on using Zend_Auth and such with a Db Column. I need to take the time and write a new Zend_Validate_Doctrine_RecordExists class because I have to do double duty and use the original DB resource in … Continue reading
Rackspace cloud server, 256M and 10G for $10/mo and you don’t pay unless you spin up the server? Online file storage for a few cents per month? I’m in. Looks like an awesome dev solution and they’ve got a bunch … Continue reading
Sweet, now I have relational autocrud, you can edit the children of an entity, like you can edit comments on a Blog Entry or some such, automagically. Good stuff.