Laravel

Modules in Laravel 4 – Part 2

I previously published a simple tutorial post on taking the modular approach to building your applications in Laravel 4, but since then I needed a solution that I could use easily on different projects, so this was a no brainer, …



Composer + Wordpress

How to use Composer packages in WordPress

I recently had the need to use a couple of Composer packages in a WordPress project (Carbon, Calendr, Illuminate Support…). This is actually really easy to achieve. First of all you’re gonna need to setup your composer.json file with all …


Laravel

Modules in Laravel 4

Update! While the tutorial below is pretty simple, I needed to have a more generic solution that is easily installed in any project so I created a composer package. It’s still pretty new, so any feedback is appreciated. Go ahead …



Sublime

Switching from Coda to Sublime Text 2

Recently I haven’t been to happy with my code editor, Coda. The clips (snippets) are way to limited, it’s very slow when opening larger CSS files, the Sites feature looks nice, but is also very slow when you have a …


RedBean + CodeIgniter, Take 2

So I recently wanted to use the newest version of RedBean ORM (1.3beta) with the latest CodeIgniter Reactor version. The whole integration process is even simpler than before, so here goes: Download RedBean, copy “rb.php” to “application/third_party/rb” Create “application/libraries/rb.php”, and …


Integration of RedBean ORM with CodeIgniter

Updated version is up. Check it out! I still haven’t updated my work, so here’s something in the meantime. I’ve managed to successfuly integrate RedBean into the CodeIgniter PHP framework. I don’t think any additional explanation is necesary since it’s …