Category: Software Development

Managing Source and Class Files

Many implementations of the Java platform rely on hierarchical file systems to manage source and class files, although The Java Language Specification does not require this. The strategy is as follows. Put the source code for a class, interface, enumeration,...

/ May 19, 2014

CSS Frameworks

Below is an extensive list of CSS Frameworks that can be used to develop webpages. Although Twitter Bootstrap is one of the most recognized frameworks today, the list includes some very nice projects which are all worth keeping an eye...

/ March 1, 2013

ZF2 – Sharing and reusing DB connection for dummies

(Post has been updated after comment from Flamur on a unneccessary code in Module/Module.php) While we were used to pass the DB-Connection to a Register or later this practice was improved by retrieving it from the Bootstrap in Zend Framework...

/ July 20, 2012

SQL vs noSQL

There is an interesting discussion around on wether we should stick by the old Relational Databases or go with the new hype of noSQL. noSQL looks very interesting in the fact that it does not use as much resources as...

/ September 8, 2010

MySQL Database Replication

Replication Kur nje projekt arrin nje fare volumi informacioni, vihet re qe nuk eshte me e lehte te administrohet databaza e tij. Ne rastin tone, Projekti i Infoarkives, (http://lajme.shqiperia.com), kaloi mbi 2.1 Giga informacion. Per kete projekt ne kishim vendosur...

/ September 21, 2009

Implementing a Canonical URL with Zend Framework

Google and the other search engines are trying to convince the webmasters to use the “what so called” Canonical URLs. The Canonical URLs will help the search engines distinguish the dublicated content which comes from different calls on the same...

/ April 22, 2009