SpellingPages was something that my colleague Vincent Miller showed me. We will be using it on our own site management system back at the office. While it is not as “sexy” as a little red-wavy-underline, it certainly does the job better than I could hope for…and it is just near trivial to work with.
The other item we talked about was the FCKEditor…I find myself needing to call it the FredCKEditor or just “f-edit.” It is so nice to see software reach a certainly level of maturity. We began using a version of this tool back in the day that only supported IE. Now look at it! Lots of features, very customizable.
My notes, discussion points, and demos are available here on the demo site.
Hope you all had a great time. Feel free to add to the comments if there was great discussion after I left.
You may even be inspired to write that wiki-less-wiki you have always wanted to write.
See you at the Daily Dose!
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Now, some of us are at the mercy of our web hosts, and some of us need to test our code on PHP5 before cutting away from PHP4. WAMP’s latest release uses PHP 5.1.4 (the latest release of PHP) for Windows, and several similar “packaged installs” of Apache/MySQL/PHP exist for other platforms. These are especially useful if you want to get a miniature install going on your desktop to help you make the change to PHP5.
I thought it was an interesting article. I wasn’t aware that so many big names in the web app industry were actually telling customers to hold off on using PHP5.
As I mentioned this week, I’ve added some new folders to the links area of our site. As you explore and use this technology, please add the links that you find the most useful or interesting.
Read more for other random links I saved while researching this presentation.
Read on for links and more info
“Jay Pipes is a co-author of the recently published Pro MySQL (Apress, … all » 2005), which covers all of the newest MySQL 5 features, as well as in-depth discussion and analysis of the MySQL server architecture, storage engines, transaction procesing, benchmarking, and advanced SQL scenarios. You can also see his name on articles appearing in Linux Magazine and can read more articles about MySQL at his website. ”
For those who find this interesting, much of the same information is contained in:
High Performance MySQL
For more info, be sure to check out his presentation.
Thanks again Eric!!!