It’s release day! Or it was on the 3rd of December 2015 – the release date for the final version of PHP 7.0. There have been a whole host of improvements made to PHP but we won’t delve too deep into changes. This is a very quick guide on how to update to the latest release for those of you running a Ubuntu Linux system. It is very simple, thanks to ondrej managing a ppa repo for this release, like … Continued
I’ve been a keen follower of the exciting changes to the HTTP specification over the past few years – with the release of the HTTP/2 standard in 2015 (after it evolved from the spdy project). If you’re unfamiliar with http/2 there are some great videos available which outline exactly what it is and how it is different from http 1.1 – which we’ve been so accustomed to over the years. In light of these changes and of the ever increasing … Continued
First there was Oceanic, then Waves and now it’s Sandcastle. Designed by a Turtle now has a new look after another year of active development. (Hopefully the name and images can remind us of the sunny times). The New Design The new design supports an edgy-look, sharp edges and bright colours and hopefully brings what’s important most (the content) to life. Technically Front-end development for this theme used Grunt and Bower for the first time to help manage third-party CSS … Continued
On December the 4th 2012, the third Release Candidate of WordPress 3.5 was release on their blog, so naturally an investigation was is in order. WordPress 3.5 boasts a major annual release for the open-source blogging software, with many improvements across the board, which will be covered in this article.