1. Hello Phabricator

    Thu 18 June 2015

    So, due to the codes that always being sucks and hard to manage, I proposed my current company to do code reviews. As the tool, we choose Phabricator. At first I guess I'll choose Gitlab, or even Atlasian, but Phabricator seems worth to be tried.

    Seriously, you can get general …

  2. Codeigniter 3 for Complex Application

    Sun 24 May 2015

    This is why I think that Codeigniter is not suitable for a complex application.

    If you plan your app can be customized in the future without pain, if data involved is not predictable, if it is intended to be developed across various team member for a long term period, thats …

  3. Implement Laravel Facade to Silex

    Mon 21 October 2013

    Last post, while I understanding how does laravel work behind, I said that I guess I can implement laravel facade to silex since they have similiar inner structure. And I just did it. This is how.

    first, of course we need them both;

            "require": {
                "php": ">=5.3.0",
                "silex/silex …
  4. Understanding Laravel 4

    Why laravel ?
    There is Taylor Otwel, Author of Laravel, commented at that post. Personally, one of the reason that I used to pick a framework is "taste", and I admit it, laravel has nice taste,
    Laravel has nice sintax. However, "Tak Kenal Maka Tak Sayang", that means if you don't …

  5. Instal Jekyll Di Windows x64

    Sat 05 October 2013

    Update: There is more sophisticated article:


    Seperti yang ikut-ikutan yah, instal Jekyll segala,
    padahal kan wordpress atau blogger juga ada, lebih gampang
    dan gratis juga. Ikut-ikutan di bidang teknologi itu harus
    kayaknya, se-enggaknya menurut saya. Kalo 'nggak gitu ya
    ketinggalan nantinya. Di samping itu, ini kan …

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