I’ve finally decided to get started on documenting how I’ve been using this wonderful framework.
So if you’re patient enough to deal with my crazy schedule (meaning this series may take a while to be finish), fasten your seatbelt:
First of all:
Know your environment (your public html folder, a private [but still accessible] folder; permissions etc);
Know the difference between server side and client side programming;
Download Kohana (
http://kohanaframework.org/) 🙂 Have your favorite source code editor and ftp client close to you
For the sake of whoever wants to get started with Kohana, I’ll go over the basics (not programming) and I’ll also cover everything that got me breaking my head, so I have a copy outside my brain.
[To-Do: find short video of Sean Connery’s character explaining to Harrison Ford’s character why he wrote everything down on a book]
Today I got 10 stickers from
Thibaut Lauzière, creator of Linux Live USB Creator.
I couldn’t find anything really white right away, so I thought I’d just take a picture against my LCD monitor 🙂
Como todo brasileiro que se preza, várias vezes eu sou obrigado a adquirir um serviço que depois descubro que na verdade não precisava e preciso fazer pedido de cancelamento do pedido, pedido de estorno etc. Na época da Internetz não é diferente….
E NEM A FALTA DE ATENÇÃO:
Comecem a votação: Respondo ou não?
I lost count of how many times I broke my head trying to do this….
so taking a note will hurt less for sure:
<li><a href=”1.php”>Link 1</a></li>
<li><a href=”2n.php”>Link 2</a></li>
<li><a href=”3.php”>Link 3</a></li>
Really simple in the end
I’m happy to inform that after tasting some white wine, this powerbook G4 is still working: