I always feel scared when deploy website for Windows users, since I know there're IE 10, 9, 8 and even 6. What's even worse is that I don't have a windows machine in my house for me to test my site effectively. Well, unfortunately I do have windows clients and in the end I want my work more audience. read more
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After finished one or two project in Laravel, I felt reborn and had more confidence in building web applications. Since Symfony/Laravel is still infant in terms of lacking business components, at least not many free components that you can plug and play like in Drupal or Wordpress community, I decide to write a simple but practical useful package therefore I can reuse this in my other projects. read more
Rendering a page can be a stateless process in general. Clicking a link forwards you straight to the page, so there doesn't need to be any connections between pages. However this is not the case when you need to display previous and next page links on the current page dynamically read more
Sometimes you might wonder why some deployed page takes longer and longer to load. The sources of the issue can come from variety of places, front-end, back-end, database, server, or implemented logic. It's complicated and the fact is that it takes time to find out the source and you might not like it when you find out. read more
When it comes to server optimization, people throws a lot of fancy word at you: APC, Memcache, Vanish, CDN, SQL Replication etc. And if you are as enthusiasm as I am, you probably jumped right to the online tutorials and started to flip switches on server and hoping your site is just gonna magically run blazzing fast. read more