Today I released another extension. spqr/googleoptout allows your users to decide, whether they want to be tracked by Google or not.
Well, writing a PHP-based backup script is not really something a developer really wants to do.
1.0.13 has just been released.
It comes with some minor improvements like:
- Fixed Facebook App ID meta tag
- Fixed Gravatar for Blog comments
some of you asked me in the pagekit-forum, whether they could spend me a beer (I don't drink alcohol, but thanks anyway ;) ) or a pizza (you can't do anything wrong with pizza :D).
Well - you don't have to. I like to write something about Pagekit in my spare time. I also like to write extensions and I love to see that they are used by the community.
this post is about some really cool tutorials, which you might want to read/watch, as we are working with a lot of very extensive tools, so I cannot provide comprehensive coverage of a topics.
So get started - we already learned a bit about Vue.js and IDEs like PHPStorm, but I highly recommend to watch these tutorials:
In the last part of my blog series we learned something about namespaces.
Today we are going to have our first actual results. Well - this post will be a bit extensive - so I apologize in advance ;).
as promised - this is the next part of my blog series "Building extensions for Pagekit".
This will be the last very theoretical "lesson" before we continue on our project. Today we are going to have a look at the PHP namespaces.
You can use this extension to manage your assets like CSS and JS easily. Just include the asset's URL or use the editor to write some inline-code (which can be saved to a file, too).
You are free to decide, on which nodes your assets should be included. You also might use the
async execution of your scripts? No problem.
Feel free to download my new extension from the marketplace. It's - just as always - free.