Learn how concrete5 makes use of the Zend Framework, and why.
I get down and dirty with my latest purchase, a keyboard I grew enamored with at SXSW. Full review with audio, screenshots, and (non-scientific) results.
This article provides guidelines and code to let concrete5 add-on developers or anyone setup a concrete5 demo, complete with a limited administrative user, auto-installed packages, and locked down permissions. The demo can easily be reset at any time.
Learn how to build navigations in concrete5, including what the Auto-Nav does and what its options mean. Then explore some practical examples, how you can control the way it displays and links pages, and how to theme and extend it.
Learn how to build a simple FAQ system from scratch, including a single page interface for listing and sorting entries, a single page interface for editing entries, a page list template for displaying them.
Keep users from landing on concrete5's index.php?cID=xxx pages with a handy, simple snippet of code.
Programmers lambast Apple for using private APIs in its own software – but where do you think public APIs come from?
Apple's heavy-handed tactics regarding its iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch app store are starting to tick off developers writers – and this could create problems.
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