Although it seems that the guys at Intersystems do not seem to care much about the outside world, there is in fact a way to create Caché ObjectScript code outside the windows IDE and OS. (For Unix lovers like myself). Atelier According to Intersystems: “InterSystems Atelier is the intuitive and rapid development environment supporting the […]
The Database you probably never heard of. Previously known as MUMPS, which was born in 1966 to solve the problem of massive data flowing into multi-user systems in the healthcare industry. Today, two major implementations exist in the Market: Caché, a product of intersystems, and GT.M maintained by FIS. Downloading Caché You can get a […]
It is common practice to deploy enterprise level apps to the cloud, since the hosting industry evolved dramatically in the few recent years. But for small apps, one would only need a standard physical server or in most cases: a VPS.
There are actually two main articles dealing with the subject of deploying a Symfony/Php App on Heroku, but since I found some differences, I have decided to write an article specific to the 4th version of Symfony.
One of the trickiest subjects in Symfony development is customizing or theming form fields. In this article I will summarize how I managed to do so after some research.
So, I was working on the security layer of an app, as usual, then I started testing the code, when this weird errors message popped out of nowhere : Authentication request could not be processed due to a system problem.
Sometimes the default templating engine of Codeigniter becomes dull and one would love to work with a more advanced and fun templating engine, and that would be Twig in this case.
I have chosen Codeigniter 3 for it’s ease of use and to let you get started easily creating basic applications. Later articles will cover more complex Frameworks such as Symfony 4, and probably more complex architectures such as SOA.
Apple machines (Mac) run a POSIX compliant UNIX variant, and the hardware is essentially the same as what you would find in a high-end PC. This simply means that the days when most of the guides on the internet were written from the perspective of a Linux user are long gone.