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  • Getting errors using Intelephense? Here’s the solution.

    So, here’s a quick one: In case you’re a PHP developer, then you should be using the Intelephense plugin (assuming you are using Visual Studio Code of course). There is a case where you might jump on a weird error which makes no sense: some of the default PHP methods flagged as unknown.

  • Google Tag Manager

    Google Tag Manager – Hide debug frame by default

    When working with Google Tag Manager, the default debug view mode can become annoying being visible all the time; there is a way to hide it by default.

  • laravue.dev: Taking tags-view to the next level

    Sometime ago I mentioned that I’m building a new Reporting/BI application. I’ve decided to use the laravue.dev interface, which is (quote) “A magical administrative interface for Laravel built by VueJS and Element UI”. As soon as you understand the logic and the structure, it’s pretty easy to either start modifying existing modules or start building your own. But there is a catch, which can create an overloading impact to the server – it’s called “tag switching”.

  • My new Reporting/BI application

    I know that it has been quite a while, but I promise that I’ll try to do a proper comeback. Lot of things happened during my absence, good things (btw, I’ve started my German courses! How cool is that? ) so, here I am, with my all new project, which is a Reporting/BI system, using the data we already store in our databases.

  • How to debug inline javascript?

    So, quick question: how do we debug inline Javascript code, included in the main page instead of an external script file?

  • New section – How it is made

    Hi guys, I’m introducing a new section, called “How it’s made”. On this section, I’ll analyze in full detail, all my projects, the logic, the approach and finally the solution implemented. Keep in touch and above all, I’d like to talk with you guys and let me know your ideas, your opinions and different approaches…

  • Why WordPress doesn’t have a descent calendar view?

    Something I haven’t understood with the WordPress guys is the lack of a descent calendar view; actually, the lack of any calendar view! Don’t take wrong; it makes sense to have a list of all your blog posts, ordered in any way you want and filtering them as you like. But, what about a whole view?…

  • Back to elementary

    Following the story with the ElementaryOS, and coexisting with my Windows 10 installation, all the sudden, Linux started working once again after few reboots. Not sure what happened, didn’t do anything but… it worked. There was an error with no internet, but it looks like it needed to do something with the /etc/resolv.conf file. To be honest,…

  • Goodbye ElementaryOS, hello to Mint

    After two days of continuous problems with ElementaryOS, one night of success came. Only one single night. Today it didn’t boot once again. Goodbye StrangeOS, hello Mint Linux!

  • Linux next to windows? Not so easy as it looks like…

    Have you ever tried to install Linux alongside with Windows? In theory, it’s easy. Free some space on the disk, start the installation making sure to select “Install alongside Windows”, wait for a while, and here we are! Well… whatever shines is not gold. So, here’s my story.