Amazon Web Services is a behemoth. When you’re using it – whether you’ve completely set up your account from scratch yourself; have inherited it from someone else; or are using it within a team of people – from time-to-time it becomes necessary to figure out just which AWS services you’ve set up. As far as I… read more
Web Development Archives
Released my first ‘proper’ npm package! (One that isn’t a linting config or a fork 😉 ) npmjs.com/package/sftp-to-papertrail
If you’re a full stack PHP dev in Melbourne and you’re looking for a job, let me know (backend focus but will be some frontend too).
Just published my first package to @npmjs. Was a lot easier than I thought it’d be!
Trouble getting @code to ‘replace all’ with a particular regex. Solution (other than replacing 1 by 1): select all, replace in selection 😉
As of Chrome 57 – which is not quite out yet – this site will be automatically ‘preloaded’ over SSL – thanks to a new’ish web technology called HSTS.
A WordPress site I’m working on is going to have a ton of images being uploaded into it, and unfortunately that means that a bunch of resized images – many of which will never get used – will also be created. This takes up disk space, and differs from the way Drupal does it: where… read more
Symlinks can be created on Windows using
mklink – even if they’re on a networked drive. But for Apache to follow the networked links, a few extra steps are required.