Articles tagged with PHP

Wordpress to Pelican in 24 Hours

Today, I finished migration of my blog https://prahladyeri.com from a self-hosted Wordpress site to a statically hosted Github Pages site. For the static site generator, instead of choosing Jekyll which is a hot favorite of rubyists, I went for Pelican instead as I figured my Python skills might … Read More




How to create a Google Drive App in PHP

This is the second article in the drive series for web programmers that aims to explain how to use the Google Drive API in your web applications to access files/folders on behalf of your logged-in users. One of the basic tasks here is to authenticate to google and access … Read More

Farewell Wordpress, Hello Jekyll!

Here I am, signing off from a self-hosted, over-bloated Wordpress site and finding a welcome change in Jekyll, a blog-aware static site generator. There is nothing new about this, several well-known bloggers have already migrated to Jekyll in the last few years including Rasmus Andersson, Nick Quaranto and Roger Chapman … Read More

PHP-FPM vs node.js - The REAL Performance Battle

Even after my last article about PHP and node.js benchmarking, my search for the holy grail of performance truth still continues. However, I do understand now that pitting PHP running on apache against a stand-alone node was a bit unfair with PHP for it was limited by what the … Read More

PHP vs node.js: The REAL statistics

When it comes to web programming, I've always coded in ASP.NET or the LAMP technologies for most part of my life. Now, the new buzz in the city is node.js. It is a light-weight platform that runs javascript code on server-side and is said to improvise performance by … Read More

How to create a custom email plugin for Wordpress

Last week, I suddenly stopped receiving email notifications for my openshift hosted blog. I came to know after some reading that commonly used cloud hosts such as openshift, aws, etc. are usually blacklisted by most email servers, hence its not a good idea to use them to send mails. In … Read More

Some Wordpress tips and tricks

Wordpress is a universally recognized and robust blogging platform written in the PHP language. Below are a bunch of Wordpress tricks that I've learned during my deployments, and I'd like to share with you. 1. Change breadcrumbs to start from "Home" instead of \ (Works for Mantra theme): When I … Read More

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