One of the first questions I receive when I'm doing courses about QT Creator is
After installing cakephp, I ran (with some diffuculties) the blog tutoral from the cakephp cookbook.
It's a very nice tutorial, and it is also a good starting point to start progrmming your own application.
The text file manipulation is one of the most common job for a system administrator, today I'm going to show how to insert a string at the beginning of each line in a text file.
Last week I publised a short tutorial about sending email using CakeEmail.
In this post, I'm starting from the previous tutorial and then I'm going to show how to send emails in html format.
CakePhp provides a lot of functionalities, sending an email is one of the most important, since all apps need such a functionality.
For example, an application could send a confrming email when a user regiters himself, or the application could send notifications to users.
The first thing you do, after cakephp has been installed into your system, is to verify that it is working, pointing your browser to 127.0.0.1/<yourapp>.
Also if cakephp is working, you could see some warnings on your browser, warnings like the following:
Some weeks ago I installed Ubuntu Saucy Salamander on my Acer Aspire 5630 with 1 GB of RAM.
As it happens for other operating systems, the new release of Ubuntu is a resources hungry release. On my old laptop, the performances and the user experience are very poor. So I have modified some settings to get a better linux box.