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Backups with Statamic and Rackspace Cloud

By Clinton Reeves / Posted 3.4.2014 / In Code, Code Process, PHP, Statamic / 0 comments

Introducing Rackspace Back-o-matic - a small shell based flat file backup system built with Statamic and Rackspace Cloud.

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The 10 most anticipated U.S. web conferences of 2014 brought to you by The META Q

The 10 most anticipated U.S. web conferences of 2014

By Matt Steele / Posted 2.4.2014 / In Code, Code Process, Inspiration, Events / 3 comments

There are hundreds of web related conferences in the U.S. every year, but it's likely that you’ll only be able to attend a select few. So I’ve made your decision a little easier by putting together a list of 10 conferences just about any web pro would be interested in attending. This list contains a good mixture of CSS/Sass/JavaScript as well as some back-end technologies. Hope to see you out there!

Getting social media counts on your website brought to you by The META Q

Getting social media counts on your website

By Mike Wenger / Posted 1.21.2014 / In Code, ExpressionEngine, PHP / 0 comments

Social media APIs offer up JSON counts for a URL, but how do you parse and display them? To do it the right way, there's more to it than you might think - but it's really not too difficult.

ExpressionEngine’s Config Variable: Optimize your mistakes brought to you by The META Q

ExpressionEngine’s Config Variable: Optimize your mistakes

By Clinton Reeves / Posted 1.7.2014 / In Code, Code Process, ExpressionEngine / 0 comments

In this article we take a look at the ExpressionEngine $config variable and explore quick and easy ways to override troublesome configuration errors saved to the database.

Statamic Series: Alex Carpenter brought to you by The META Q

Statamic Series: Alex Carpenter

By Susan Snipes / Posted 12.5.2013 / In Code, Statamic, Inspiration, People / 0 comments

Welcome back to Meta Q’s Statamic Series – interviews with designers and developers creating Statamic websites and add-ons. Meet Alex Carpenter, front-end developer at Masuga Design.

Yaml and PHP: Simple yet powerful brought to you by The META Q

Yaml and PHP: Simple yet powerful

By Mike Wenger / Posted 12.3.2013 / In Code, PHP, Tips, Code Tips / 1 comment

In the search for a simple yet flexible method for storing content, creating configuration files and serving a myriad of other purposes, YAML does the trick.

Statamic Series: Chris O’Brien brought to you by The META Q

Statamic Series: Chris O’Brien

By Susan Snipes / Posted 11.21.2013 / In Code, Statamic, Inspiration, People / 0 comments

Welcome back to Meta Q’s Statamic Series – interviews with designers and developers creating Statamic websites and add-ons. Meet Chris O’Brien, designer and strategist at Dative.

Form data for front-end developers brought to you by The META Q

Form data for front-end developers

By Mike Wenger / Posted 11.19.2013 / In Code, PHP / 2 comments

As a developer, the more you know of the big picture the better you will be able to fix issues and find creative ways to solve problems. This is especially true when it comes to forms and how they send data.

Statamic Series: Matt Steele brought to you by The META Q

Statamic Series: Matt Steele

By Susan Snipes / Posted 11.14.2013 / In Code, Statamic, Inspiration, People / 1 comment

Meta Q presents the Statamic Series – interviews with designers and developers creating Statamic websites and add-ons. Meet Matt Steele, a front-end developer at Q Digital Studio and part of the Meta Q team.

The pros & cons of using a front-end framework brought to you by The META Q

The pros & cons of using a front-end framework

By Matt Steele / Posted 11.5.2013 / In Code, Code Process, CSS, HTML / 1 comment

Front-end frameworks have become quite popular over the last few years, and there are a lot of them out there to choose from. But how do you know if and when a framework is right for your web project? While there are lots of benefits in using frameworks, there are also some potentially serious pitfalls.

How to configure your local MAMP environment to run under an HTTPS connection brought to you by The META Q

How to configure your local MAMP environment to run under an HTTPS connection

By Clinton Reeves / Posted 10.29.2013 / In Code, Code Process, Tips, Code Tips / 0 comments

Information security isn't just for production level systems. In this article, we'll walk you through setting up your local MAMP Stack to run under an SSL Connection.

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