Tagged: php

Simple and automatic Github deployment using PHP 1

Simple and automatic Github deployment using PHP

If you’re like me, every project you work on worth anything gets put in GitHub. It’s safe and you get all the benefits of using Git. Of course those benefits include deployment hooks, if you’ve got the system setup for it. On small projects it may seem like it’s more hassle to setup deployment hooks, after all SFTP is simple enough, however it’s actually quite easy to do and only...

Using Cloudflare as a Banhammer 0

Using Cloudflare as a Banhammer

These days “Snowulf” has become a loosely knit network of sites and projects. Most of the hosting is for myself, projects I’m involved with, or friends. Since I already pride myself in keeping my server online for the Snowulf Blog, adding a few other sites to the same server isn’t much of an issue. However the major headache of any site addition is… security. Every site and piece of software...

A collection of useful/nifty/cool ST2 Plugins 0

A collection of useful/nifty/cool ST2 Plugins

A little while back during my exploration of PHP IDEs, I evaluated Sublime Text 2. At that point I had found a number of nifty plugins for ST2, mostly for PHP development. Since then I’ve found even more plugins that I find useful/nifty/cool. They are not PHP specific and I do not use all of them on a regular basis, but I think they are all worth sharing. Of course,...

Exploring PHP IDEs: Sublime Text 0

Exploring PHP IDEs: Sublime Text

On my last post, I discussed my hunt for a PHP IDE, specifically PhpStorm. Development Environments are about as widely varied as there are ways to skin a cat, so I didn’t stop with PhpStorm. The second IDE on the evaluation list is a smaller product known as Sublime Text (or ST2).

Exploring PHP IDEs: PhpStorm 0

Exploring PHP IDEs: PhpStorm

These days, I’m not much of a coder. I never was an uber-coder (as John will attest), but I managed to dabble fairly frequently. However, in the last couple of weeks I’ve been doing a fair bit of PHP. Most of it revolves around a couple projects for work using the AWS SDK for PHP 2. At first I was using my standard go-to-development environment… nano. However, as my project...