I came across this in the uploads. Missed it for a long time. Should I start posting some other web shells I’ve collected?
My other developer blog is at http://developerbrainfarts.wordpress.com/
My goal with riceball.com has been to improve quality. The easiest way to improve quality is to delete low-quality posts, revise existing posts, and not post off-the-cuff articles. So, I’ve been posting less.
It’s worked, but I still like to write things out, to flesh out the ideas. Sometimes, they’re bad ideas, or foolish ideas, or half-baked ideas.
That’s what DeveloperBrainFarts is: a blog full of half-baked, foolish ideas, and a few good ideas. Check it out if you want, or ignore if you want.
Several web pages came up when I searched for PHP forms best practices. I figured that the techniques, today, would be have improved.
In fact, the Bing search engine turned up pages that I thought described some bad practices.
I’m writing this pretty late, after a night of coding.
The LA IMC software port went kind of okay, but also kind of screwed up. There are a bunch of bugs popping up, but that was expected.
The first bug was simple: some of the code was still using the old classes, and some of the code was using the new classes. I had to search through the code to find out why this was happening, mainly by looking at the code.
Continue reading Refactoring as Part of Porting PHP4 to PHP7
I had to drop out for a month to deal with taxes and keep porting this site. I’m catching up, and this article is a meandering mess that goes nowhere, so, if you value your time, don’t even read it.
I was porting the Hamurabi code to run with React, built the UI, and got a little confused about where to keep game state. Many coders seem to have this problem, according to the tutorials.