Ever since Codeigniter moved from Bitbucket to Github I craved for one easy way to update my applications every time a new version gets out. Turns out there is none. And as you can see here, the updating process is always kinda boring specially if a major version is out. Since the version 3.0 is around the block I’m going to show you how I normally upgrade my codeigniter applications.
Just dropping by to tell you that I moved my blog from a self hosted wordpress blog to a tumblr blog. And now I’m using a sub-domain for my blog.
The main reason behing this decision was just the fact that I was not happy with my hosting and therefore I’m moving all my stuff away from them.
Tumblr looks like a good free option to me.
ps: I’m sorry if all the feed are going crazy and they apear all marked as unread. That’s because all the posts have a new link now, there’s no need to update your feed though.
While chilling around in #codeigniter on freenode, I was talking with Josh Manders aka killswitch about Sparks and he noticed how cumbersome it is, so he set out to learn Bash and started creating this script to make it easier to use Spark.
For a long time I’ve been using Jamie Rumbelow view presenters and after his presentation at Ciconf (London 2012) I noticed that a lot of people started using his code including my buddy David Wosnitza. After a while David started using the presenters in a even more clever way. He showed me his code and we agreed that it was time to create a library inspired in Jamie’s work.
A month ago I was chitchatting with the awesome people from the Internet (I was on IRC) and I got a private message a guy that I know from there from a long time. He wanted to ask me what I thought about a project that he was starting with some friends. The project was called Lunk.