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June 10, 2011 Development

JMockit Quick Tutorial and Revelation

JMockit is a powerful mocking framework in Java that provides extended functionality that goes beyond the capabilities of all other solutions on the market so far. While most mocking frameworks are proxy based and depend on Reflection to hide the dependent behavior, JMockit falls further and deeper with solving some critical problems such as mocking

November 13, 2010 Development

Some Hate Over Cake’s i18n

I’m really fond of CakePHP’s principles, but I’m too tired of its i18n features. For some reason internationalization, although one of the really major requirements for every framework or CMS, is implemented poorly in most of the systems I’ve worked with. Django had few disadvantages (but few strong points as well) with its django-multilingual, and

October 10, 2010 Consulting

Java2Days 2010 – Overview

This week has been inspired by the power ot Java (this is how a movie like Javatar would probably start). Offtopic Anyway, I’m glad that I attended Java2Days event this year. It’s been my second Java2Days event including the one in Oct 2009 (which I described in my Bulgarian blog with auto Google translation in

September 25, 2010 Development

First Week With Croogo

  It’s been my first week using Croogo – a CMS platform based on CakePHP and created by the Bangladesh developer Fahad Heylaal. Recently I’ve been looking for a next level platform in order to decrease development time and reduce wasting time for writing standard things from scratch such as menus, user controls (Auth+ACL), multilingual

September 9, 2010 Consulting

Forgotten Password In Django

Turns out that there are plenty of useful features in the Django admin that I never thought about. The other day I found the last task of a project of mine was adding the “Forgotten password” feature. It’s basically a standard task included in every users-related project, but the whole process requires few interactions: clicking

August 9, 2010 Consulting

Django Translations: Multilingual, i18n, App Names

Django is a popular web framework written in Python that provides dynamic generated content and allows rapid development for different systems in the Internet. It provides a great interface to other products (via web services), gives ability to design a scalable application and most important, lies on a powerful language as Python (in other words,

June 1, 2010 Consulting

The WebXpo Event in Sofia

  Yesterday I attended the WebXpo event in Sofia, managed by Web & Events. There were plenty of different topics to be discussed on website development, design, usability and so on. I’ve written a review in Bulgarian in my other blog. It was a great pleasure listening to the discussion of the website price. Three experts

May 17, 2010 Consulting

Django Framework – First Impressions

  I’ve been researching the Django framework for the last 2-3 weeks in my spare time. It’s development is going on and on and I see many interesting innovative concepts realised behind. I tried it 3 years ago for a course project when we had to integrate the PIL (Python Image Library) into a web project with the

March 23, 2010 Consulting

Digital Signatures And PDF Signing

  I am working on a project that requires PDF signing through a website. The current infrastructure includes Apache + PHP website available. What we need to achieve is integrate the digital signature module of a user visiting the website and sign the required files. One of the most appropriate solutions after the negotiations was signed applet that signs