JetBrains Resharper has become my “can not live without” add-on for Visual Studio 2012. Just the ease of moving files and renaming classes alone makes this tool pay for itself on the first day, but this post is for those who already have it and haven’t really thought about the available plug-ins.
What ThinkingMedia Is All About!
ThinkingMedia is a small but growing technical and creative studio. We specialize in bringing together visual elements (video, 3D animation and motion graphics) with the technology to deliver that media interactively using modern technology, such as PHP, C#, Java and Flash. We are unique because we have software developers and creative artists who are able to switch roles during a project to allow for seamless integration of technology and creativity.
Why You Need ThinkingMedia
We make it possible for businesses to quickly raise their technological and creative standards. Simply by out-sourcing their 3D animation projects to our studio they gain years of experience, a carefully assembled team, and confidence that their project will succeed. We have the people, technology, equipment and the production pipeline in place now. By out-sourcing to our business you take advantage of a studio environment ready to start your project.
Services And Skills
- Web design styles: CSS, SASS and LESS.
- Frameworks used: CakePHP, NodeJS, Angular and Backbone.
- Development tools: Closure, PhpStorm, and Visual Studio with Resharper.
- Mobile development kits: Android SDK and Xamarin.
ThinkingMedia is a fully equipped 3D animation studio that uses the latest technology and hardware to deliver professional quality 3D animation for use in film, television, gaming and website design. Our creative services include the following.
- 3D animation sequences and visual effects.
- Broadcast Design design from concept to delivery.
- Character animation, 2D animation and story telling.
- 3D models and modeling service.
Everything you need to know about SEO for web dedvelopers. Presented in an easy to read list format.
Overview This tutorial will explain the process of configuring a PhpStorm project to compile compressed CSS files from Sass sources using Phing. This tutorial assumes you have Sass and Phing installed correctly, and are ready to integrate these tools into your PhpStorm workflow.
PhpStorm 7 supports SASS 3.2 CSS compiler for generating CSS files, but doesn’t come with it already installed. Don’t worry it’s one of the easier libraries to get working with PhpStorm on Windows.
PhpStorm 7 supports YUI Compressor for compressing CSS and JS files, but doesn’t come with it already installed. Don’t worry it’s one of the easier libraries to get working with PhpStorm on Windows.
PhpStorm 7.0 supports LESS only in a limited way. Out of the box the editor can watch LESS files, show syntax highlighting in the editor and display LESSC compile messages as you work.
You have a large table of data that contains an order column for sorting the results, but that order number should restart at zero when a group by foreign key changes.
CakePHP creates model references for a controller on the fly. As a result PHPStorm won’t recongize a reference like $this->Document->find(..) as a known property of the controller.
I’m always having to search for JSDoc annotation tags, how they are used, what they do and when to use them. So I decided to create this cheat sheet of the tags I most often used. For accurate references you can refer to useJSDoc.org
How to get unit tests working with CakePHP 2.x I’ve had a ton of trouble getting PHPUnit to work with CakePHP 2.2.5 lately, and wanted to document here the steps required to get it to work as intended by the CakePHP developers.