“Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions”

- Albert Einstein

  • Javascript Flickr Gallery

    Javascript Flickr Gallery

    Haven't posted anything on this blog for quite some time, have I? That my lads has come to an end, I asure you. Meanwhile, I also encourage you to check something I've been working on during that time - a glorious (or at least the author thinks so) project bringing forth an easy to setup, flexible, highly customizable, client-side only JavaScript Flickr gallery. All spiced with a bit of MIT license. It offers much more features available at http://petejank.github.io/js-flickr-gallery/. Take it, deploy it, love it!

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  • How To Protect Forms From Spam

    How To Protect Forms From Spam

    Not that long ago in a city not that far away a nasty problem appeared. Spam was it’s name, and hardy and troublesome was he. Some may say that spam can contain some interesting content from time to time. Well, maybe that’s true, but when it’s filled with pharmacy offers concerning famous blue pills and send to feminine part of the company - something is terribly wrong.

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  • Simple Ext Js 4.x Application Tutorial Part 1

    Simple Ext Js 4.x Application Tutorial Part 1

    This is the first article in the series that covers development of a simple ExtJs based application. Many hate this technology, but still many also use it - so why not give it a try? Basics and some nasty tips’n’tricks will be covered in these tutorials. A word of warning - this one will be a bit robust but with every detail explained.

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  • Behold - The Mighty Dragon!

    Behold - The Mighty Dragon!

    Recently I've been going through some awesome Inkscape tutorials available on Inkscape's official website. This cute fire breather is the effect of my doings - you just can't stand the charm of this little vector bastard, can you?

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  • Html To Pdf Conversion With WebKit In Symfony 2.1.x

    Html To Pdf Conversion With WebKit In Symfony 2.1.x

    Don’t you just love to hear one lovely sentence - “Hey, we’ve got a new server-side generated PDF document to make”. When you’re a Php developer, all you can do then is hit yourself in the face with an empty plate to prepare for incoming pain - all FPDF based libraries will make sure of that. But.. there’s a different solution - Wkhtmltopdf, WebKit based shell utility for html to pdf conversion written in C++. Now the question is - how to use it in Symfony 2.1.x framework?

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