Recently I discovered something about the way Foundation calls JQuery. I was trying to get a function to reveal a div on window scroll and discovered that you only have to change the syntax for the function call to get it to work.
WordPress provides a web interface for manipulating a MySQL database, but the static nature of WP’s php files disables its ability to serve itself as a Single Page Application (SPA). To capitalize on modern web technologies, AngularJS could be employed as a front-end system that draws from a MySQL backend that is modified by WordPress.
Google now offers a “Fetch as Google” feature, where you can see exactly how their crawlers will see your SPA.
Here’s a fun trick for those of us command-line writers who still exist: create a private BitBucket and then post commits each time you are about to walk away from your writing.
ZURB recently put out a new post indicating that they’re integrating their next release of Foundation with AngularJS: We’re beginning to build out Foundation for Apps using Angular.js, a rapidly growing JS library that will allow us to not only better abstract the code but also allow for easy prototyping to apps that really do change and adjust based on their use, all with no back-end component required.
As I’m designing a CMS-like system in AngularJS, one of the things I find myself needing to do is create simple HTML pages stuffed full of content.
I setup a nightly cron job that automatically goes through and counts the raw hits on each of my WordPress sites that I’ve setup with RTCamp’s Easy Engine.
Here’s a copy of my automatic nightly backup script, which cycles through a list of clients, dumps their MySQL DB, ZIPs their WP files, and pushes the backups out to s3 while maintaining a daily.zip backup on our local system.
If you’re trying to install a package via npm and you’re getting an Error that says “no compatible version found,” then chances are you need to update your NodeJS package.