Bitstorm Web launches responsive website for Greater Dayton Surgery Center

October 1st, 2013

The New Greater Dayton Surgery Center Using responsive development techniques, Bitstorm Web launched a new website for the Greater Dayton Surgery Center.  This upgrade to their aging site features a responsive layout for optimal viewing on desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile hand-held devices. From the beginning of the project, user experience was an item that [...]

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Stop Inviting Junk E-mail to Your Website

January 29th, 2013

Written By: Lonnie Waugh I would always find myself opening up my e-mail software in the morning to be absolutely deluged by advertisements for medications and other products I couldn’t possibly need or want. I also discovered apparently that I have deceased relatives living in Nigeria that wish to leave me large sums of money [...]

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The Advantages of PHP over ASP.Net

September 15th, 2010

PHP and ASP have always been rivals in the programming world, even long before ASP.Net was released as ASP’s successor. The ultimate answer to which is the better language rests largely in the developer and how the language is utilized. Beyond developer comfort with a given language, there are several other more practical aspects to [...]

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Joomla Mass Content and the K2 Component

July 26th, 2010

The Joomla Mass Content component is something I’ve used for a long time to help make the creation of sections, categories and articles much easier because it enables the developer to create all of these items on a single screen without having to jump back and forth in the control panel. This handy tool can [...]

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The Power of Joomla and K2

July 23rd, 2010

As a professional developer, I’ve had quite a bit of experience working with the Joomla content management system and I can honestly say I’m very pleased with how versatile it can be in developing a broad range of website solutions. Where Joomla really shines is in its ability to be extended by way of modules, [...]

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Inter Process Communication ( IPC ) with PHP

April 26th, 2010

If you found this article, chances are you were looking for it so I won’t go into great detail on defining exactly what IPC is, but the short description is that it’s a method in which you can pass information to and from another process on the server. In my example today, I will be [...]

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Singleton Patterns in PHP

March 19th, 2010

Recently I had a little time to educate myself further on object oriented programming, I’ve been an object oriented coder for quite some time now but there were some parts of it that I’d not delved into and one of those ended up being Singleton patterns in PHP. A Singleton allows you to create one [...]

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