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Continuous deployment for free when building a mobile iOS app and API

Background I am a big fan of CI and CD and the overall mentality that you should always be deploying. There should never be any stress involved in the fact that you are deploying. You should always be able to trust your code. While building my latest hobby project, one of the first thing I started doing was to setup all the environments that was needed to make sure I don’t break anything as the project grows. Since it is a hobby project, I would prefer to get as far as I can with free tiers available at different providers. In this article I will outline my setup and how you can grow into the paid plans at each provider while taking away the initial costs. Making sure that the only initial cost is a smaller amount of development time. Technology Stack The backend is a Ruby on Rails API ...(Read More)

Cache Bust WordPress Assets Based On Git Revision

A cache-buster is a unique piece of code that prevents a browser from reusing an ad it has already seen and cached, or saved, to a temporary memory file. This is my way of doing it in WordPress based upon Git Revision.

Installing WordPress core via Composer and finding the proper rewrites for Nginx or Apache

Installing WordPress core via Composer and finding the proper rewrites for Nginx or Apache. The idea is to separate the WordPress site’s components into their own directories right at the root. This creates a simple modular structure, where parts of a WordPress site are totally on their own. This makes things less complex and less prone to errors.

My experience at Uppsala Hackathon, and how to build a mobile app in a day

The Uppsala Hackathon was attended by about 60-70 participants. Some people had teams and ideas before they arrived, but I had not found a team, so I joined one that consisted of the Valtech Consultants: Sara Ingmar, Daniel Lervik, Petter Norman and Sandra Nyström.

Remove Previous, Next and Done buttons from keyboard in Phonegap in iOS

I've been working on my first Phonegap project together with a friend the last week or so. He's been developing most of the app for Android and Eclipse, and my job is to make sure it runs smoothly in iOS.