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Jun 25, 2015 - Fully hosted and managed by Restlet, APISpark is the first Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) dedicated to the creation, hosting, management, and consumption of Web APIs. APISpark helps you host apps, manage existing APIs, and document APIs, all with a minimum of extra programming. APISpark is [...]
Jun 23, 2015 - Iskander Akishev, Software Engineer, Google Calendar Originally posted to the Google Apps Developer blog The Google Calendar API allows you to create and modify events on Google Calendar. Starting today, you can use the API to also attach Google Drive files to Calendar events to make them—and your [...]
Jun 22, 2015 - In this follow up to the Generating Reports on MySQL Data article, Rob Gravelle converts an existing report into a crosstab and adds a subreport using the Navicat for MySQL database administration GUI.
Jun 17, 2015 - Read the full article at: Divi 2.4 – Tons of New Features. More Control than Ever Before Read the full article at: Divi 2.4 – Tons of New Features. More Control than Ever Before The magnitude of the Divi version 2.4 release may seem a bit of unusual for a theme that already has so much to offer. [...]
Jun 15, 2015 - While working on a recent project, I ended up with three different models with integer-type status columns and nearly identical status-related functionality. They looked something like this: class Post < ActiveRecord::Base DRAFT = 0 PREVIEW = 1 PUBLISHED = 2 [...]
Jun 12, 2015 - In Rails, ActiveRecord allows you store and retrieve data structures like arrays and hashes in a single string or text-type database column through application-level serialization. It is a common pattern with models having fields like tags or nicknames, where you want to be able to store an [...]