Much like how carpenters always have their toolbox on hand and Batman always has his utility belt, a developer should always have his programs handy. What programs you ask? Well, lucky for you, not only am I going to pose the question for you, I’m also throwing in some answers as well.
If you’re a developer, heck, if you own a computer and don’t own this piece of software, you should just revert to notepads and pen (actually, that … show me the rest
As designers and coders, the topic of cross browser compatibility is unavoidable. Without a doubt, it’s quite a nuisance – however, with the right tools and techniques, cross browser compatibility will come just like *that* (picture me snapping). Look on the bright side: at least we don’t have to deal with Android fragmentation.
After testing with browsers installed on my computer (i.e. Opera, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer – the major ones), I like to open up … show me the rest
Below are a few PHP tips and tricks I have found very useful, and hope to share it with you guys.
1. Code with error reporting
This will save you an insane amount of time, all by simply adding a two line snippet of code. Essentially, it’s just forcing the server to print PHP errors so that if anything does fail, you can identify the cause. Just throw the snippet below into the top of any file.