Wrapware is physically sealed and packaged software for a computer that is sold as a boxed product. Wrapware can be sold online as a boxed product but is not downloadable online by intent. Wrapware is software that was created before the internet was used for downloading software. The term is intended to distinguish software specifically […]
When working with WordPress you will eventually have the question, “How do I display all database queries made by WordPress?” In your wp-config.php file add the following: By setting SAVEQUERIES to true the wpdb global instance will store all the database queries you make; this will allow you to inspect the number of queries each […]
REST Fest has always been one of my favorite conferences. In fact, I landed my first web development job by connecting with Brad Garrett at REST Fest back in 2010. This year’s edition of REST Fest (2019) did not disappoint. And, while there is so much I could talk about, I’d like to keep it […]
For the longest time, I used the Hostbuddy for Mac app to edit my hosts file and flush my local DNS cache. I still recommend the app to anyone who wants to edit their hosts file on Apple’s operating system using a GUI. However, I have recently started using the command line in conjunction with […]
macOS click-and-point file and folder archiving is limited. Often when I need to archive a code project folder that has GIT version control files and other assets I do not want to be zipped. For such a task click-and-point falls short but the command line gets the job done.
When sending emails through PHP on a local development computer I use MailHog. MailHug is a free tool that traps all of the emails sent from your local application and provides an interface to view those emails. Emails trapped by MailHog are not sent to your email recipient making it the perfect tool for testing. […]