One week after starting on Jab, the first live site is up and running (just).
Jab's theme support is very simple, but a reference is still required if anyone is to make any sense of it.
A blog isn't really a blog without a feed, so Jab of course needs feed support.
Inspired by tumblr's theming support, Jab gets it's own flavour of something similar.
Jab can now support serving up different sites for different domains. Implementing this was easier than I thought.
Finally I'm starting to get to the core of any blog/cms system - the article/content editing.
Some nice primary navigation buttons for Jab's management console.
Jab now supports editing of uploaded text files. Very simple, but easier than uploading a new file every time it needs to be changed.
Jab gets some style, a logo and some site and user management tools.
First steps in building a tiny, simple, multi-tenant blog engine for .NET/Mono/MySQL
I think I should build my own blog engine/CMS... again! Sure, why not... how hard can it be? Right?
New versions of VirtualBox keep coming thick and fast... time to update VBoxHeadlessTray again.
I wasn't sure I'd get much from the book as I thought I'd heard 37 Signals say it all before. I had, but still a great book - here's why...
Today I looked into using Lighttpd for an ASP.NET site I'm running under mono... goodbye Apache.
Show Off the Things you Love with Showcase Lane - the easy way to create a beautiful online showcase and share it with the world.
Oh! Distributed transaction don't work under Mono. What's the workaround?
Image re-sampling with Mono's default GDI implementation is pretty poor. Luckily ImageMagick saves the day.
Friday, October 1st, 2010 #general
So you've copied a virtual Ubuntu machine to a different VirtualBox host and the network doesn't work? Here's why.
How to login to an OpenID enabled site you're working on when you don't have internet access.