Tag Archives: debugging

Gimp Guillotine Follow Up Troubleshooting Tutorial

It’s been a while since the “Gimp Guillotine” work of Gimp Guillotine Follow Up Memory Tutorial (and if this is all confusingly new to you we recommend reading Gimp Guides to HTML Primer Tutorial, and up). During that time we’ve … Continue reading

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Firefox Inspector Debugging via Network Tab Primer Tutorial

It doesn’t always matter that you are debugging a serverside piece of code like with PHP, a client facing web inspector like Firefox (web browser)’s Inspector (via Three Horizontal Lines Menu -> Web Developer -> Inspector) can be a good … Continue reading

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PHP IDE Codelobster Primer Tutorial

We’ve been trying out a Windows based PHP IDE called “Codelobster PHP Edition”. It’s early days, but it looks really good, with a host of features, such as debugging, that would make developing PHP websites a breeze. You can do … Continue reading

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Windows Web Browser F12 Development Tools Primer Tutorial

We can’t emphasise enough how important, and useful, are the modern “breed” of web browser “web inspectors”. These useful tools are written by the web browser products to enhance the experience using that web browser, though, of course, they hope … Continue reading

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Dams in the United States Timeline Tutorial

Yesterday’s Dams in the United States Debugging Tutorial was all about the “data” again, finding new ways of filtering and reporting on DATA.GOV Major Dams of the United States – Direct Download data and information regarding “Dams in the United … Continue reading

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Dams in the United States Filtering Tutorial

Am sure there are a lot of people who’d agree with the statement … The Internet contains most of the information I need, but I need ways to filter it. If you have a web application with lots of data, … Continue reading

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Dams in the United States Debugging Tutorial

Sometimes you come across an error that is a bit of a dead end regarding access because the error comes from within the “bowels” of some API, perhaps. So it was with us recently, on our current (web application) project … Continue reading

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Dams in the United States Memory Tutorial

If you develop web applications on a laptop, and am categorizing the MacBook Pro (Mac OS X) in that category, you can get away with sloppier memory considerations. Combine that with a lot of public sourced data in the first … Continue reading

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