git
Using version control on your code is not just for the big boys in corporate offices. It can be used by a one person freelancer like yourself. In fact you do not even need to use proper git branching to benefit from using GIT and can work strictly off of the master. There are several benefits of using GIT including: code management, code reverting, tracking changes, and code deployment. First step we will set up a repository Setting up repository Set up your repository by using the git init and git remote add commands mkdir /path/to/your/project cd /path/to/your/project git init git remote add origin Committing files to your repository Now we have set up the repository lets make the commits. Note you can add a file specifically or add all your files by using git *. Keep in mind if you have any hidden files git * will not add...
drupal
If you have been developing long you understand that sub domains and vhosts are essential in development. This article will explain how to set up a sub domain using WAMP. I will assume you have installed wamp and have a working knowledge of how to start, stop, and restart using the control panel or any other methods. Create your site First step is to create your site in the C:\wamp\www folder. Note this tutorial will not go over how to have sites outside of this folder but it is certainly possible. Navigate into the www folder and create a new folder, or move an existing site into this folder. Edit your httpd.conf file Next step is to go in and edit your httpd.conf file. It is located in the C:\wamp\bin\apache\apache2.4.9\conf\httpd.conf folder. In here we need to edit 3 sections. The first thing we need to do is enabled mod_rewrite. Look...