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While CodeIgniter provides a disk caching mechanism, it lacks a browser caching mechanism. Without a lengthy introduction, here’s one.
I installed Tiny Tiny RSS on a server of mine, and after tinkering around with it for a little while, I turned on the built-in mobile plugin. It’s a wonderful little thing; it uses the iUI library to present a … Continue reading
While working on my first commercial WordPress plugin, the need for build automation finally struck me. The environments in which I do my most development are all driven by Linux, and so I wanted to use a tried, true, and … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to have a nifty, browser-driven password maintenance feature in your htpasswd-secured cgit site? I’ve been meaning to build this for a while—and I finally did it.