If you have ever built an online store, collected any sort of personal payment information from a client through your website, or ever needed to meet PCI Compliance requirements, you've probably had to work with SSL certificates.
Of the many things I love about ExpressionEngine, native events management is not one of them. What do you do if you need a location or other basic event field displayed in your calendar?
On the surface, regular expressions appear to be cryptic and confusing, but they don't have to be! In this article, I'll explain how Regex works, and show you how to go about reading and writing your own statements.
Two of my favorite aspects of using ExpressionEngine are Matrix and Safecracker. In terms of making life easier, they're amazing. Here’s a creative way edit Matrix data on the front-end, with more flexibility.
Whether you're a veteran code monkey who wants to brush up on app development, or a total newb who's finally ready to get into the coding game, here are six excellent and relatively inexpensive and/or free resources to help you learn how to code better.
New projects aren't the only source of work you are going to encounter as a web developer. In this article, I dive into some of the ins and outs of taking over a project built by another developer.
Resolved: This year I will really learn to code, and I invite interested women of all ages, races, creeds, and whathaveyous to join me. Dudes too. 2013 will be the year I learn how to code. For real this time. And if you don't know how to code yet, well, there's no better time than now. Because have you seen how worked up the Internet is over this?
When it comes to development, the old saying about another person's trash just doesn't apply. Let's clean up our ExpressionEngine projects for ourselves and for all the lovely developers who may end up working on it someday too.
I've spent a bit of time using Statamic and I have to say, it's a ton of fun and very easy to use. Here's a few tips to help you get started with Statamic.