That’s the tag line for Querious, an awesome MySQL database management tool from Araelium Group. It’s like MySQL Administrator combined with Sequel Pro.
Prior to Querious, I would have to use both of those other apps plus some CLI to manage all the data systemsREAD MORE
During a super busy week this week the main server on the internal network died. This was bad, really bad. As the Open Directory Master, this machine was responsible for everyone being able to enjoy a smooth workflow. Promoting another server to OD Master justREAD MORE
Once again, I found myself needing a utility class that would let me stop writing the same code block over and over again. And so, the LinearGradientUtil class was born.
Previously, I’d have something like the following in a view class:
/** * Draws the gradient backgroundREAD MORE
One of my colleagues at Almer/Blank, Omar Gonzalez, just released a very promising project into the open source community today, ZamfBrowser. This AIR application is a lifeline for all the developers who have embraced ZendAMF since its release yet have longed for that familiar service browserREAD MORE
One of the nice things about the Flex framework is the various utility classes that make it so much easier for you to accomplish your development tasks than you’d be able to without them. One such class, in my opinion, is mx.collections.IViewCursor. What this classREAD MORE
If you’re a Flex developer that’s recently upgraded to Apple’s latest OS, Snow Leopard, you may run into this prompt when launching Flex Builder 3. This is saying that in order to use the Adobe Update Manager plugin for Flex Builder, you need to installREAD MORE
As promised in Part 1, I’m documenting yet another issue that must be addressed in your AMFPHP installation upon upgrading to PHP 5.3. This issue stems from the usage of the [code lang="php"]eregi_replace[/code] function that has been deprecated in PHP 5.3. If you run into aREAD MORE
If you experience the following error in your AMFPHP-based applications:
PHP Fatal error: Uncaught exception ‘VerboseException’ with message ‘date(): It is not safe to rely on the system’s timezone settings. You are *required* to use the date.timezone setting or the date_default_timezone_set() function. In case you usedREAD MORE
If you have experienced this issue since upgrading your Mac to OSX 10.6, here’s the skinny on what’s going on and what you can do about it. Basically, this occurs when attempting to access external drives (ie, USB, Firewire, iDisk, etc). Symptoms of this errorREAD MORE