Dive into Kirby CMS and build your blog theme with the help of a UI framework Bootstrap and its pre-release WIP version Bootstrap 3.0
Figure out if Genesis is for you. Read the Review on Genesis functions from the user and developer perspective
Add Wordpress support for the new Twitter card that twitter utilizes to show your information more fully in the feed. Only a few easy lines!
Create a search engine for your website with the power of PostgreSQL and its full-text search function. Implement it with your Laravel application!
I’ve reviewed and created a Zurb Foundation Theme for Kirby CMS. Well, it’s time to go to the cheaper (free) alternative called Stacey. Stacey works on the same principles as Kirby in that it’s a flat-file CMS that’s super-easy to work with.
In my last blog post, I showed everyone how to create a simple theme for Kirby CMS with Zurb Foundation. Today, I’ll show you how to run a blog with this snazzy setup. If you downloaded my theme last time, you’ll be able to follow along directly. Otherwise, pick up a copy on github and follow along.
I will be walking you through a quick Kirby CMS installation and setup and then quick kirby cms theme creation with Zurb Foundation. Zurb, being a great company that recently acquired Forrst, and is hoping to revive the community. Zurb Foundation being their tool which rivals Twitter’s Bootstrap on every front. They even have their own icon font!
Big questions that’s often asked on a variety of forums. “What can I do to become a developer?” The question has puzzled many and often yields a list of books (that no one other than the poster has/will read), list of websites (that are WAY too advanced), and a battle over languages and definitions. Very pointless.
Use the Jquery DataTables.net plugin along with RavenDB to display and sort through a multitude of data
I’ve been working with Laravel for about two weeks now and have encounter a bunch of interesting problems/confusions that are not explicitly explained anywhere. Hope this helps you!
I noted some common errors and overlooks. If some of it seems very elementary or basic, that’s fine. The way I compiled this list was by watching what I googled, what problems I had and others had, and put my solution/answer here.