Symfony genUrl method


Symfony | Technical | October 16, 2010

Symfony genUrl is one of the most used methods on symfony 1 series (I'm not sure if it is called the same way in

Process Requirements in software engineering


Software Engineering | October 6, 2010

To develope a successful system requirements must be gathered in the best way possible. Requirements fall into two categories: functional and non-functional. We will talk about non-functional:

 

Propel2 and Doctrine2: Together but not scrambled


Symfony | Frameworks | Me | Doctrine | Propel | September 21, 2010

Eleven days ago, the core team from the Propel Project was discussing about its future. Some thought that this meeting was just to give a final "rest in peace" to Propel, however th

Product Requirements in software engineering


Software Engineering | September 12, 2010

In software engineering, to successfuly develope a whole systems project from the start to the end without major setbacks, the requirements

Full highlighting functionality with symfony, Geshi and TinyMCE


Symfony | Technical | Development | Doctrine | September 7, 2010

Most of the time when displaying programming code in a web page is better to see it highlighted. It is better for the visitors who try to read the code, to see it highlighted like in an

Highlight code with symfony and Geshi


Symfony | PHP | Technical | Development | August 31, 2010

Sometimes when showing some code in the web, the usual IDE code highlighting is gone. That colors, which make visua

Deadlock in real life


Me | August 17, 2010

Real life deadlock... I thought about this concept some time ago while studying concurrency between processes. I had a good situation in my mind, one in which there we

Symfony basic SEO tips


Symfony | Technical | SEO | August 15, 2010

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is very important, if a consistent stream of visitor traffic is desired for a web

PageRank and comments relationship


SEO | August 12, 2010

Search engines as Google, Bing and Yahoo all have a list of search engine algorithms that determine the rankings of the different web pages in the list that is presented when doing a search. These algorithms are based on a system of positive and negati

Circular table relations in a symfony project


Symfony | Technical | Development | July 26, 2010

Circular relations in the database occur when a foreign key of one table is included in a separate table, whilst at the same time a further foreign key is located in the first table. Usually this is not desirable because it can produce many problems wh

Colorize your Windows console life with symfony


Symfony | Technical | July 18, 2010

For many years, Windows and symfony users have been neglected the right to see stylis

Nice urls with symfony


Symfony | Technical | Development | July 15, 2010

Usually when working with symfony, when the time comes to deploy the application, one problem arises, the urls.

While developing a normal url could be: https://www.jni

Refactoring


Development | May 23, 2010

According to Wikipedia Code refactoring is the process of changing a computer program's source code without modifying its external functional behavior

Welcome to my blog


Me | May 2, 2010

This will be the first post in my new blog, which will be about new web development and technology.

In general I am going to post about web technologies such as PHP, javascript, css;