Web Development

AegirVPS: A New Drupal Hosting Solution

Auteur: 
ergonlogic

Koumbit has been building services based on the Aegir Hosting System, in one way or another, since the project's inception. So it's with great pride (and a little relief) that we happily announce the public availability of our latest. Our AegirVPS services provide managed, dedicated virtual servers with Aegir fully installed, monitored, maintained and supported.

Convertir une extension pour Joomla 1.5 à 1.6

Je viens de terminer les modifications à une de mes extensions pour la faire fonctionner sur Joomla 1.6. Il n'y a pas énormément de changement à faire. La différence entre les version 1.5 et 1.6 n'est absolument pas aussi grande qu'entre les versions 1.0 et 1.5. Je vais donc énumérer ici les principales modifications que j'ai eu à faire. Ça ne couvre pas tout les changements de l'API 1.6 mais c'est un bon début.

 

 

Job in Montreal, for Python and web lovers

Savoir-faire Linux

Are you a fan of the web ? Fond of the latest technologies ? You love Python, and maybe you've tried PHP in the past ? You're a FLOSS lover and know Linux personally ? Savoir-faire Linux is the place for you! Being the Free Software reference in Canada, we're a small and friendly S.M.B. that's growing fast.

We have some great work for you, a great environment, a nice office. We're located in Montreal, Canada -- a very nice place if you haven't visited yet.

Continuous Integration In PHP

Auteur: 
Eric Hogue

According to Wikipedia, continuous integration

implements continuous processes of applying quality control — small pieces of effort, applied frequently.

New and hot, part 1: Meta presentation

This is part 1 of my March 9th 2011 Confoo presentation. Refer to the Table of Contents for the other parts.

This is a meta-presentation. It's a presentation of the tools and things I've used to build and perform the actual presentation I gave. It is not directly related to Pyramid or Python.

New and hot, part 6: Redis, Publish and Subscribe

This is part 6 of my March 9th 2011 Confoo presentation. Refer to the Table of Contents for the other parts.

The original announcement for my Confoo presentation was to use RabbitMQ to do real-time communications, but then, after finding a way to use Redis to do it, I found it was simpler and more straight-forward for a live demo.

Profiling a PHP Application

Auteur: 
Eric Hogue

When developing web applications, we often run into performance issues. People often blame PHP or MySQL for bad performance, but in most case the answer is not that easy. Blindly trying to optimize random parts of our applications can lead to some uneven results.

There are many available tools to profile a PHP application. Learning how to use them can help us pinpoint which parts are slow. With this information we can pick the optimizations that will give us the best results.

New and hot, part 5: MongoDB integration

This is part 5 of my March 9th 2011 Confoo presentation. Refer to the Table of Contents for the other parts.

New and hot, part 4: Pyramid, Socket.IO and Gevent

This is part 4 of my March 9th 2011 Confoo presentation. Refer to the Table of Contents for the other parts.

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