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An undocumented feature of CodeIgniter might be causing your CI apps to use more memory than you really need. I recently needed to write an application that would parse the contents of a file containing over 335,000 lines into a database. I was confused when I started hitting my server’s memory limit (32MB), until I discovered that CodeIgniter was the culprit. $this->db->save_queries to the rescue!
A major advantage to having an office in Downtown San Francisco is our proximity to all that the city has to offer… including the annual Macworld Expo. Lance pays a visit to the 2011 Exhibit Hall and reports back on what he saw, and what he didn’t.
Symbolic links are one of those things that you probably don't come across unless you are trying to solve a problem that they are the solution to. We like to use symbolic links to keep a handle of a number of things in a local development environment - mainly, addons. So I guess let's learn about symbolic links and how they can be utilized for maximum maximumication*.
There are several guides for server migration under ExpressionEngine 1.x, but so far nothing on migrating ExpressionEngine 2.1. This guide is based our our own experience of moving a site from a development environment to a production environment. We have tried to capture as many aspects of the move as possible, but every EE site is different. You may find that we include steps which you can omit, or you may discover that there are additional steps you need to take. It can’t be said enough - before you start making any significant changes to your database or file system, backup your data!
"We're almost ready to hatch." So read the greeneggmedia.com splash screen on March 1, 2008, the day we opened our proverbial doors for business. Since then, we’ve already had three different designs for our website, and today, we’re proud to introduce our fourth, and best, design. Powered by ExpressionEngine 2.1, this version of the site brings you not only an updated design, but also new features, including a blog, code for fellow developers, and information on our side projects.