While trying to find a way to test the email feature of my application, I stumbled upon this great utility – Mailtrap.io, a fake smtp server.
I recently had to get my Windows 7 laptop ready for some Python development. I thought it would be a good idea to write a note about what I did to quickly set up a development environment for Python on Windows.
This is a step-by-step guide for installing Tomcat 7 and Apache2 and configuring to connect the Apache Web Server to Tomcat using mod_jk on Ubuntu 14.04.
You have tested your PhoneGap app. Created the apk and tested on device. Congratulations!! Now that you want to upload your app on Google Play, you need to get your apk ready for release. And here are the steps to do that.
Now that you have your mobile application ready and running on Phonegap app, the next step would be to try them out on actual devices. To do that, for Android you would need to get your apk ready. This article will act as a step by step guide to accomplish exactly that on Ubuntu.
In this article we will go through in detail the steps of setting up Phonegap on Ubuntu. Let’s get started.
By default Slim\Log logs to the “php://stderr”. To log to a file, the best and the easiest way to do that is to use Slim-Logger.