Here is how to install PHP on a Mac that still runs Mac OSX 10.11.
After seeing other parents talk about their kids teaching themselves to code, I put together a list of free resources that have helped me become a web dev.
If you are looking to do basic SSL encryption on your website, I recommend using SSL certificated from Namecheap. The most basic certificate is just $9 (USD). The process of buying a certificate is easy enough, but it can be hard to find good, basic instructions on how to install the certificate. That seems to always take a little more research than what's necessary.
A couple of years ago I really became interested in making a Christmas music light show using a Raspberry Pi. I've decided to put this post online to show you how to build the same show I built, and to talk about the challenges I had to overcome to get the show working. I'll also detail the hardware and software I used (links and downloads included) to make this show possible.
I want to make one thing clear: I never really thought I would be trading stocks on my own. I do get a little advice from a financial adviser, but running my own portfolio was always something I figured would be run for me, not by me. That being said, I've become a huge fan of Robinhood, and my experience keeps getting better.
If you are looking for a good introduction into using PyroCMS 2, please check out my book Website Development with PyroCMS.
In this post I explain how I was able to upload a photo from a phone, using PhoneGap (and PHP on the remote server), to a remote server.
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