Monthly Archives: January 2010

Metaprogramming with RadiantCMS

My short stint with Radiant in the near past was actually quite interesting ! — No I did not design websites or webpages. What I am talking about is the internals – making radiant plugins and creating radius tags, the … Continue reading

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Delayed Job changing job parameters in Rails

Delayed job variables initialization written on at collectiveidea/delayed_job doesn’t work. Here is the correct way of doing it as mentioned with tobi/delayed_job

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PHPcamp – CakePHP Vs Ruby On Rails

On 9th Jan, ’10,  I presented my topic “CakePHP Vs Rails” at PHPCamp. It was well received and it felt nice to have been able to present such a topic to PHP devs. I was expecting a ‘fight’ (infact quite … Continue reading

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Rails Vs CakePHP

Rails Vs CakePHP View more presentations from gautamrege.

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Usage and Best Practices for RADIANT CMS-Part4

Creation of Error page in Radiant CMS: By default when the radiant user requests the URL that doesn’t exist on site , the server will return HTTP status 404 and a page titled “Page Not Found” in the style of … Continue reading

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Usage and Best Practices for RADIANT CMS-Part3

Some useful Radiant  tags for inserting contents : As an illustration consider the following snippet of code: Suppose that we have snippet named “site_footer” which is written for footer link/page  “About Us” which has following piece of code: In this … Continue reading

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Usage and Best Practices for RADIANT CMS-Part2

Creating and using StyleSheets in Radiant : If you are not using any extension for uploading/creating Stylesheets and Javascripts in Radiant then there are 3 ways by which you can create your stylesheets using Radiant CMS: 1.Creating stylesheet as Snippet … Continue reading

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