One of the benefits of being able to develop software is that – sometimes – you can fix bugs in programs you use or add features you need to existing software. Spotify confronted me with the second situation and made me learn a multitude of programming related stuff. I’ll go over the details of this process in this article. Continue reading “Adding Spotify’s missing features and learning about JS, (S)CSS, PHP, APIs, Skeuomorphic Design and Documentation”
So I decided to switch from Google’s Chrome to Mozilla’s Firefox – primarily because Firefox supports extensions on Android. Transferring most oft Chrome’s contents worked smoothly and without additional tools except for passwords. Passwords required me to use ChromePass which exports passwords from Chrome to XML. Firefox can then import this XML using an extension called Password Exporter. However, their XML formats are not compatible. Hence this converter.
I finally tasted SSH! Whats so great about it you ask? SSH allows you to access your server’s command line and edit files fast with some editors like vi. But also it lets you execute PHP files. Those PHP can then even behave like a command line tool, including input. But how could I lock a browser out and only allow access via Terminal? Continue reading “First Steps: PHP for a command line tool”
I have quite a few functions and classes that are running smoothly in my projects, so I thought I’d share them with the rest of the world and maybe somebody else finds them useful too. Learn more about those scripts in this article! Continue reading “I’m on Github”