Articles related to CakePHP in some way.
Posted in CakePHP on 29.06.2012.
CakePHP makes it easy for you to test your code, so here are some tips and gotchas for controller tests.
Posted in CakePHP on 25.06.2012.
Did religious references in Prometheus annoy you as well? Here are some cake plugins to make you happy!
Posted in CakePHP on 16.06.2012.
Ever had one of those "cannot load your schema.php" even though it's right there? Here's why...
Posted in CakePHP on 02.05.2012.
Here's something I just ran into, regarding CakePHP 2.0 and i18n shell.
Posted in CakePHP on 02.04.2012.
It seems like another update was due..
Posted in CakePHP on 21.04.2011.
A lot of people have been asking for an article on "advanced usage" of the Filter plugin for CakePHP, so here it is (finally, eh?).
Posted in CakePHP on 06.10.2010.
Posted in CakePHP on 28.06.2010.
The new version of FusionCharts plugin has been fixed to work with CakePHP 1.3.x series.
Posted in CakePHP on 02.01.2010.
Although cake takes good care of the basic CRUD functionality, I often need to do one more thing with my data. And that's filtering it. Or "searching", if you like it more that way.
Posted in CakePHP on 30.06.2009.
What happens when you wait for half an hour to delete one row in your database? Investigation!
Posted in CakePHP on 03.06.2009.
Ever wondered how to make a route which has no controller/action name yet doesn't break your existing routes?
Posted in CakePHP on 14.04.2009.
NetBeans is the best PHP IDE out there, and Vim is the best general purpose text editor. What happens when you combine them?
Posted in CakePHP on 29.03.2009.
A lot of people tend to ask questions like plonkers. Therefore, I give you this guide to help you out in such situations. This guide is related to CakePHP, but it can be applied to virtually everything.
Posted in CakePHP on 10.03.2009.
This question seems to pop up every now and then. Making a model without a table is actually very easy.
Posted in CakePHP on 07.03.2009.
I will try to list and review some of the tools I use every day to develop stuff with CakePHP. Most of these will be familiar, but hopefully you'll also find something new to add to your armoury.
Posted in CakePHP on 01.03.2009.
I've started intensifying my work on NeutrinoCMS again, and this is a sneak peek at the new ACL implementation. Or, a story of how I kicked ACL's ass.
Posted in CakePHP on 14.02.2009.
This question pops out often, and the solution is very simple.
Posted in CakePHP on 08.02.2009.
Sometimes you want to go avoid Cake's automagic password hashing for miscellaneous purposes, like additional validation, password strength tests and other things. This is very easy to accomplish.
Posted in CakePHP on 04.02.2009.
No, I am freaking serious. I will compare your framework, mom, dad, anything..for a fee.
Posted in CakePHP on 02.02.2009.
I've started working on a FusionCharts plugin for CakePHP. Lo and behold the first release.
Posted in CakePHP on 09.01.2009.
Started messing around with NetBeans 6.5 recently, and this is my impression.
Posted in CakePHP on 20.11.2008.
Smashing Magazine has smashed a list of "advanced tips" for PHP. Let's see..
Posted in CakePHP on 13.11.2008.
Every now and then, a question of "weird password issue" with CakePHP comes up, with the symptom of password hash being displayed in the password form field.
Posted in CakePHP on 03.10.2008.
For those who want to use the MediaView for downloads only, this is a simple alternative with no worries about MIME type.
Posted in CakePHP on 22.09.2008.
Although I won't be needing it any time soon, I've decided to create a tiny CoalesceBehavior, utilizing the SQL COALESCE function.
Posted in CakePHP on 11.09.2008.
It seems like CakePHP is getting more and more popular, and we all know why.
Posted in CakePHP on 10.07.2008.
While rewriting bits of NeutrinoCMS, I've noticed a slight error in judgment on my behalf. I was following what I consider to be bad code formatting, though some will surely disagree.
Posted in CakePHP on 09.07.2008.
Sometimes you just don't want to index/crawl parts of your site. Learn how to automate this with CakePHP and robots.txt
Posted in CakePHP on 01.07.2008.
This is really starting to be annoying, but it is also showing how much one can evolve by learning CakePHP in more detail.
Posted in CakePHP on 26.06.2008.
Since this question has been asked many times, here it is in a form of short tutorial. Hopefully someone will find it useful.
Posted in CakePHP on 16.06.2008.
How would you know if CakePHP is good for you? What do you need to start baking?
Posted in CakePHP on 28.05.2008.
It seems like people still have problems with EmailComponent, so here's a short tutorial.
Posted in CakePHP on 08.05.2008.
Due to some issues with my downloads, I've decided to try MediaView. Too bad for me.
Posted in CakePHP on 29.04.2008.
I've decided to make my "remember me" feature a bit better by creating a component.
Posted in CakePHP on 28.04.2008.
It seems like I might get a chance to promote CakePHP at work.
Posted in CakePHP on 18.04.2008.
There has been some discussion on who should be the lead developer of CakePHP. Here is my 2c.
Posted in CakePHP on 07.04.2008.
While developing Neutrino, I've decided to implement a simple hitcount behavior. So here it is.
Posted in CakePHP on 21.03.2008.
A simple yet effective way to store your settings in the database and make them available everywhere.
Posted in CakePHP on 21.03.2008.
Last night, I ran into a slight problem with my forms and submitting articles on my dev platform. It seems like the problem lies in Cake's own FormHelper...
Posted in CakePHP on 05.03.2008.
I've seen this question asked over and over again: should I use 1.1 or 1.2 beta? Well, here it is once and for all.
Posted in CakePHP on 21.02.2008.
It seems like the Cake community has some issues with snobs and noobs and no one is winning. What a splendid thing indeed.
Posted in CakePHP on 13.02.2008.
There have been some posts and numerous questions on how to implement the "remember me" checkbox on user login. It seems like I've managed to accomplish this. It may not be the best way to do it, but it works.
Posted in CakePHP on 06.02.2008.
Creating a content editor with has never been easier. All you need is Markdown and dp.SyntaxHighlighter!