Writing Web Applications Using YiiBoilerplate

Posted by Mark Safronov

Jan 22, 2014 7:42:00 AM

While making websites with Yii framework for medium-sized businesses over and over again, we adopted a standard way of structuring the project over time.
It was initially based on the following premises:

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Topics: Development News

Successful REST API Design

Posted by Fernando Doglio

Jan 21, 2014 4:14:00 AM

Lately the REST "word" is being thrown into the digital wind very often, and often enough, it's not being fully understood, so as the concept gets twisted into incomplete versions of it, the products that use it end up missing some of the good parts.

In this post, we'll try to give a complete look of what REST is meant to mean and some of the standards being used nowadays on the software industry.

So, lets start with a small definition of how was REST defined when the concept was born:

REpresentational State Transfer

Roy Fielding presented the idea of REST on his doctoral dissertation, in it, he described the principles behind the concept. We'll be basing our difinition out of that paper.

From Fielding's dissertation:

The Representational State Transfer (REST) style is an abstraction of the architectural elements within a distributed hypermedia system.

So, to put it in plain english, REST is a architectural style that can be used to organize distributed systems. It is a style and not a standard, there is no RFC out there defining REST, and as such, it has and (to a lesser degree) it still is suffering from some miss interpretations that cause weird and semi implementations of this.

Lets go into some more details.

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Topics: rest, api, xml, hal, json, Tech Tutorials, Web Application Development, Development News

Rapid project development with YiiBooster

Posted by tomas hnilica

Jan 20, 2014 7:42:00 AM

There is always long way from idea of web project to the real running site. At the beginning one has to be able to specify the goals project is going to hit. When we have this defined and we are still sure the idea has chance to be succesfull, that there is a place on the market for such project, it is time to start with realization.

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Topics: Yii Framework Development, Web Application Development, Development News

Builtin Angular Filters

Posted by Simon Jackson

Jan 20, 2014 12:49:00 AM

What is an Angular filter?

Angular comes with several convenient tags to help us modify code in our templates.

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Topics: Angular.js, Development News

Achievement First Shares the Impact of their Custom Built Document Management Solution

Posted by Clevertech

Jan 7, 2014 12:34:00 PM

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Topics: Success Stories

Tmux Install & Usage with NodeJS & Grunt Server Split Screen

Posted by Sam Deering

Nov 28, 2013 2:05:00 AM

Tmux is very similar to GNU Screen but is widely known as a newer version with extra features. I prefer using Tmux to GNU screen, simply because I find it more stable (it freezes a lot less often) & much faster to use (session/windows are so easy to manage). You can rebind the CTRL+c to Tmux so it's the same commands as GNU Screen for those who are familiar with those commands so don't worry about that. We will cover the Tmux config later in the post.

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Topics: Terminals, Development News

Use Rupa Z for quick change of directory in terminals

Posted by Sam Deering

Nov 18, 2013 12:04:00 AM

Z (aka Jump Around) keeps track of files and directories you access in your shell and gives you quick access to them. Save time when navigating/tabbing through long directory structures.

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Topics: Workflow, Terminals, Development News

Use GNU Screen + Putty to Run your Grunt Servers

Posted by Sam Deering

Nov 14, 2013 3:23:00 AM

Cleverstack Node Seed and Cleverstack Angular Seed running Grunt Servers to manage workflow & task automation.

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Topics: Node.js, Web Application Development, Development News

Motivating Employees: Why Your Top Talent May Be Leaving You

Posted by Jordan Denny

Nov 8, 2013 8:00:00 PM

“This is one of the most robust findings in social science and also one of the most ignored.”

In July of 2009, Dan Pink took the TEDGlobal stage in Oxford, England to examine the traditions behind motivation - more specifically, motivation within the workplace. With a rather distinguished background, including a handful of New York Times bestsellers, the one-time title of chief speechwriter for Vice President Al Gore and recognition as one of the “50 most-influential management thinkers in the world,” his accomplishments alone captured the ears of his global audience. But the 18 minutes presentation that followed did little to disappoint.

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Topics: Startup Advice, Clevertech

Build Better Client Relationships with Google Hangout for Business

Posted by Jordan Denny

Nov 1, 2013 4:24:00 PM

With a team already spread across the globe and a steady push by Google to upgrade the Google Hangout experience, we're finding less and less of a reason to put on some pants.

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Topics: Startup Advice, Clevertech

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