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PhpStorm PHPCodeSniffer and… CodeIgniter style guide

This article is related to my previous one about setting up PHPCodeSniffer with CodeIgniter coding standards. Installation on Linux boxes is pretty yeasy: sudo pear channel-update pear.php.net yum install php-pear-PHP-CodeSniffer php-phpunit-phpcpd On Mac OS X you have couple options. Pear or Homebrew: brew install php-code-sniffer And following that, on regular boxes CodeSniffer will be here: /usr/share/pear/PHP/CodeSniffer/Standards on Mac OS CodeSniffer will be located here: /usr/lib/php/pear/PHP/CodeSniffer/Standards or… /usr/local/Cellar/php-code-sniffer/1.5.6/CodeSniffer/Standards CodeIgniter standard can be downloaded from this location https://github.
PHPUnit and CodeIgniter 3.0

PHPUnit and CodeIgniter 3.0

Quick tutorial how to setup proper unit testing with PHPUnit and CodeIgniter 3.0. We need couple elements CodeIgniter – we are working with version 3.0rc3 PHPUnit – latest one If you don’t have phpunit installed globally, you can go with composer, just add section to your composer.json { "require-dev": { "phpunit/phpunit": "4.1.*" } } and then composer.phar install and after while we have ./vendor/bin/phpunit working phpunit.
Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite

Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite

It’s just a short instructions how to run Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite. PHP and Apache are already there – just need to run Apache and enable PHP. Video showing up whole process is available here: Here you can check out exact changes. Firsting first – we have to run Apache sudo apachectl start Then make some changes in httpd.conf file sudo nano /etc/apache2/httpd.conf Find two lines LoadModule rewrite_module libexec/apache2/mod_rewrite.
Getting started with go language on Mac OS X

Getting started with go language on Mac OS X

Node.js is like space shuttle – very sophisticated, very fast but one simple mistake and… it goes down.

So recently i tried The Go Language  which is advertised as

Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.

Because google is a creator of this langauge documentation sucks. Plenty of random documents of everwhere, no clean how to documentation.