Creating Parse.com users with Gravity Forms

One of the projects I am currently working on requires the typical user create/edit forms. Since I am using Parse.com on the back-end and part of the front-end is being developed with WordPress, I was hoping to tie things together as easy as possible. I want to use Gravity Forms for my collection of user data, and at the same time pass that information … Read More

CritterCreating Parse.com users with Gravity Forms

Exporting your Mysql database from the command-line at mediatemple.net

I killed my php on my mediatemple.net account this weekend. I wanted to upgrade my php version to /at least/ 5.4 so that I could use the new Parse.com php-sdk on the server. My account was a DV 4.0, and there really aren’t any easy options for updating php. I contacted support and all they would do was refer me … Read More

CritterExporting your Mysql database from the command-line at mediatemple.net

A quick and easy way to fetch files

If you aren’t already using Sublime Text 2, you should be. It is a brilliant text editor that does way more then just editing text. Go Look. Whenever I start a project, I like to have all my files local, so that I can work from anywhere and sometimes with out connectivity. The Nettuts+ Fetch plugin for Sublime Text allows … Read More

CritterA quick and easy way to fetch files

A day or two late…

TL;DR: Railo 4 Beta is out. I’m rusty and cheap

CritterA day or two late…

Hate the theme, but it’ll do.

So yeah. I’m slowly making my way back to the land of the living. My old domain critterscode.com was snatched up by some domain purchasing company, and can be mine again for the low, low price of just slightly under $300. *cough* KMA *cough* No thanks. critscode.com will suit me just fine. So yeah. I’m not a big fan of … Read More

CritterHate the theme, but it’ll do.