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Using Padrino with Ember CLI Part 3: Authentication
While thinking about what to write for this week's article it occured that I never touched on authentication with Ember and Padrino in my previous articles. So I think this is the perfect excuse to continue with the series!
Using Padrino with Ember CLI Part 2
You can view the full source for this article on Github. I am using the following library versions for this tutorial: IO.js v1.2.0 NPM 2.5.1 watchman 3.0.0 (Installed with homebrew) Ember 1.8.1 Ember Data 1.0.0-beta.14.1 jQuery 1.11.2 Handlebars 1.3.0
Unix commands: Find
After watching one of Gary Bernhardt’s Destroy All Software screencasts I thought I’d take some of his advice and learn about some basic Unix commands. I’m going to start with find. This post will be a small collection of useful commands I’ve found.
Using Eloquent, Twig and Slim PHP - Revisited
It’s been about one and a half years since I made my blog post Using Eloquent, Twig and Slim PHP and a lot’s changed since then but I still love using these three tools for small websites. You can view all the code for this post here or if you’re looking for the original code from 2013 please switch to the 1.0 release.
January ’15: Top Developer Tools and Services
Now that I'm increasing the amount of blogs that I write I want to start giving credit to stuff that I use every day. These aren't always going to be programming or web related. Many of them are to do with organisation and learning. I may even throw in some fun stuff, too! Mailcatcher First off the bat: Mailcatcher. A Ruby gem for testing emails on your local machine. It works by catching the emails sent through a local SMTP server and comes with a simple-but-awesome GUI for previewing your emails. As a bonus it already comes installed with PuPHPet which I use to set up my PHP stacks. If you don’t use PHP or PuPHPet it’s still a breeze to install. So if you’re a developer that makes applications with emails I really recommend you give it a shot.