It took a while but I’m proud to report my blog is running on PHP 7 🙂 Though it seems quite easy, it had some technical difficulties, mainly due to the obsoletion of the mysql extension in PHP 7.
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As I’ve let you know earlier on, I haven’t been blogging a lot for the last few years… I’ve let my readers down, i know, but in the midst of all the positive things ( busy on the job, getting married, becoming a father and so on ) there was also a period in this […]
As the title would suggest this entry could be about the really nice translation mechanism provided by the symfony2 PHP framework (See http://www.symfony.com/ ), but….. it isn’t…. Well, technically it’s not quite about the translation mechanism itself, it’s about the ease you can use a cookie to switch locales ( and languages as far as […]
Hi everyone, First and foremost, I’m sorry It’s been quiet such a long time. It’s been over 2 years since my last update and man, did things changed in the mean time. Most importantly, I’ve been blessed with the birth of my son, a feisty little fellow who conquered my heart the moment he was […]
As you might have noticed, the second post about ASP.NET MVC 4 Displaymodes, has been delayed quite a bit. Main reason therefore was the move of my blog to another service provider. There were a lot of issues with the virtualisation platform which negatively influenced my virtual server and my site(s). This made me decide […]
One of the new features of the Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 4 framework is the concept of display modes. By default the framework uses the display mode functionality to “dynamically” select the mobile version of a view ( when present ), when you’re site is viewed on a mobile device. In short this means it will […]
How’s this for a christmas present 😉 I did the exam this morning and I’ve passed the exam with a nice high score. Next up… the other exams for the MCPD: Web Developer 4 and MCPD: Windows Developer 4.
The last few days I’ve been hunting down a problem which is quite common under users of WCF. It seems WCF will only honor a specified amount of concurrent connections ( at default this will be 10 concurrent connections ) before ‘freezing’. The most common causes of this ‘freeze’ are : forgetting to Close() the client […]
As you might have noticed, I’ve been experiencing a few days of downtime. This was mainly caused by the OS / Webserver configuration on the server, which caused the webserver to abort itself every few minutes. I’ve reinstalled the server and now the problems should be fixed.