Category Archives: myProjects

The Little Coder That Could

I have still been working on Stakeout but I’ve also been trying to get started on the PHP version of myRockinApp. In the many months since I last worked with the Spotify Web API, they started requiring authorization for everything … Continue reading

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Swimming In Green

Show me the commits! Makin’ it rain with git pushes! Nobody is cooler than me. Obviously. Last December I wrote about how I’d been distracted from learning new things. At the time, my little GitHub contributions thingy looked like this: … Continue reading

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I Need A Break

I need a break from Stakeout. Maybe it would be fun to finally start a PHP version of MyRockinApp.

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Moving To v3 Finally

Used Composer to install PHP-PDFtk. Happiness. Easy. Finally have all “growing pains” (problems related to movin’ on up to VPS) solved and, finally, adding new features — most notably incorporating PDFtk and PHP-PDFtk. I’m having an issue with jQuery UI‘s … Continue reading

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And, We’re Off

Everything is working. Everything is awesome. It helps to document everything. All of that documentation is growing over at what will be and is my new blog at jotasprout.github.io. Before I move the current Stakeout files over to the new … Continue reading

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Or Maybe Back to Python?

Geez … with a new pile of PHP library books and my brain soaking up new PHP and MySQL knowledge like it’s a roll of Bounty paper towels, I’m now so excited that one of my all-time favorite products, SeaMonkey, … Continue reading

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GeoLocation Testing

My little app uses geolocation to record the user’s location when submitting data. When reviewing the data, the user sees a marker on a Google map. I’ve noticed that, depending on the browser and operating system, that location is different … Continue reading

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