In this blog post we'll create a simple PHP MVC Framework from scratch. This simple framework can be used as a tool for learning the basic plot behing MVC or you can modify it and make it grow into something bigger and much more useful.
In this blog post we'll do something different. We'll use an old computer to setup a dedicated web server using Ubuntu Server edition, Apache and MySQL server.
In this blog post we'll talk about URL Rewriting and how it can be done using Microsoft's IIS. Why IIS? Because there are not that many tutorials that cover that stuff. Also, some very experienced PHP developers don't know how to rewrite URLs if their page is hosted on IIS.
Responsive Web Design is basically a design done with CSS3 Media Queries that changes according to the environment a visitor uses. In other words, the design "responds" to changes.
It may sound science-fictiony, but that's what happens. And it's not complicated like it sounds. It's actually easy to create a basic Responsive design. All you need to do is play a little with CSS3 Media Queries and setting different widths for container elements.