DevDmBootstrap3 has been updated for about a week on Github to version 1.6 but the WordPress themes directory is taking a long while to approve anything. I can only assume it is because of the revamps they are doing to the directory. So if you really need Bootstrap 3.3.2 you can download the updated theme here. If for some reason my update doesn’t get approved I will let you know and provide a new file while the new version gets approved.
You can read about all the changes here. In a nutshell we updated to Bootstrap 3.3.2 and Added Theme Support for ‘title-tag.’
As you can see in the navigation above we are changing some things around here on the Blog. I’ve been really working hard on a Theme project called Day and Night and I want to make it available to you guys. It only makes sense to sell it here because I have the infrastructure already in place to do so.
There will be an official announcement of it shortly.
I’ve also decided to move the blog to the root domain here as my front-end site hasn’t really done anything but sit there like a bump on a log. While it was fun to have a little showcase playground it needs to go.
Merry Christmas everyone. I hope you are all going to have a nice Holiday Season with friends and family no matter what or where you are celebrating.
This theme update accomplished two tasks:
Note for Translations: With the included search results logic there is a NEW string of text to translate “Search Results.” I’ve updated the en_US.po and en_US.mo files to reflect this.
A big thank you to all of you for taking the time to give me feed back and participating in the forums with your tips and tricks.
In migrating my blog over to my DevDmBootstrap3 WordPress theme I created this child theme you are seeing now. I’m calling it ‘cleanblog’ and I’m making it available for others to use in their projects.
A new version of Bootstrap (3.2.0) came out last month on June 26th. You can read about it on the Bootstrap Blog here.
I’m glad there was a new release as DevDmBootstrap3 was starting to look like a dead project on the theme directory. This isn’t true as we are still seeing downloads all the time. I’m fielding new emails every week with people asking questions and contributing to making things better. So I’m happy that we are now able to push out an update to make our “Lasted Updated” date a little more current.
I also added one conditional function check for “devdmbootstrap3_wp_title” inside the functions.php file.
Thanks to user chicchera for pointing this out to me. We are now checking to see if the “devdmbootstrap3_wp_title” function exists before we use it. This enables people to overwrite it easily. I debated adding conditionals for the devdmbootstrap3_theme_js and devdmbootstrap3_theme_stylesheets functions but the wp_dequeue and wp_enqueue systems are in place for that.
I’ve also gone through the entire site here updating screen shots, code and added more information where I could.
We also have a new translation available!
Thanks to Ciprian @ http://brainie.ro/ for providing us a Romanian translation.
The child theme has been updated to include the new LESS file structure with the 3.2.0 update. I’ve also included the fonts directory with the child theme. The fonts were breaking for some users who were compiling the LESS files and using wp_dequeue_style to remove the parent themes’ CSS. We were also double including the parent theme’s css file with an @include so that has been removed.
Android does not have the App support to be 100% effective as a web developer. When I got my Transformer Pad Infinity I had this romantic idea that I was going to go full Android for everything!
“Kiss off Windows. My little Tablet and I are going to show the world it can be done!”
I tried and I got really close but not ALL the way there. The biggest bottle neck for using Android as web development environment is moving around the system quickly, working with funky file type extensions (it doesn’t quite know what to do with a *.sql file for example) and Photoshop.
All that being said- In a pinch and even for an overnight trip I’ll take the TF700t. It is totally capable of FTP, SSH, Skype (of course), Email, Remote Desktop, a local web server even and many of the other required tools for doing a web developers’ job. Let’s go through the apps I use.
DroidEdit Pro – I tried a few other Code Editors before I settled on DroidEdit. New stuff pops up all the time but I always come back to this one. The interface is very intuitive to what you would be used to on a PC so the transition was easy. Here is the list of features from the Playstore.
DroidEdit is a text and source code editor (similar to Notepad++ or gedit) for android tablets and phones with the following features:
- Several color themes
- Infinite undo & redo
- Search & replace
- Auto & block indentation
- Keep opened files and changes between sessions
- Open files directly from dropbox or a file manager
- Character encoding support
- Keyboard shortcuts (List below)
- Share documents with other services (dropbox, email, …)
- Preview HTML files in browser
- Bracket matching
- Go to line
- Run Scripts in SL4A directly
- Configurable Shortcuts
Pro version only features:
- SFTP/FTP support
- Dropbox support
- Custom themes
- Run external commands through SSH
- Root mode
File Manager HD is what I use on all of my Android devices for moving around the Filesystem for a few simple reasons:
FtpCafe FTP Client – Again there are a bunch of options on the Playstore for FTP with Android. It really all comes down personal preference about what you are looking for and what jives with your workflow. I like FtpCafe because it gives you the ability to save your connections like most PC clients do. I also just really like the way the interface works. It doesn’t feel nearly as clunky as the other solutions out there when uploading and downloading files. It is a simple app with this simple list of features:
File transfers using:
2X Remote Desktop Client – I use a remote Windows terminal on a VPS to do a lot of my work for my stateside employer so having a remote desktop app is mission critical for me. There is a ton of customization options with 2X. It is full screen and also has a virtual mouse that works with the mouse pad on the TF700t (Bonus Awesome!).
Seamless and secure remote desktop and application access from your Android device! Whenever you want, wherever you are!
Stay connected to your home or office PC with the 2X RDP / Remote Desktop Client for Android. The 2X Client allows you to simply, and securely, connect via Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) to your remote Windows desktop and applications whenever you want, wherever you are.
Additionally, you can connect with 2X SecureRemoteDesktop which provides on-demand, proactive protection against both known and unknown attacks through remote desktop connections, ultimately securing access to your home Windows desktop or laptop.
You can also experience the full benefits of published remote Windows desktops and applications by connecting to 2X ApplicationServer XG. This way, the 2X Client seamlessly runs published Windows desktops and applications from Windows Terminal Server and all the major VDI Hypervisors including Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware or Citrix Xen.
– Support for Android 1.6 onwards
– Unlimited connections
– Unique mouse with right click
– Full keyboard
– SSL security
– Full screen experience
– Minimal bandwidth usage
– Clipboard redirection
– Support for external Mouse & Keyboard
– Supports 2 & 3 finger gestures
– Support NLA
If you have any support related questions, please visit the product forum: http://www.2x.com/forums/
ConnectBot – It is old and getting dated but I still love it. Just like FTPcafe you can save your connections. It also keeps your sessions alive in the background so you can do other things and come back to it. SSH is a pretty simple concept and you are free to use whatever you want here. You don’t really even need to use an app for SSH. You can usually just use the default terminal in Android.
Bit Web Server (Full) – This effectively turns your Android device into a full LAMP stacked server. I’ve ran Joomla installs and WordPress installs ON my TF700t. How crazy is that?
There is a free version if you want to try it out. I use the full one and it has been a very useful part of my toolkit. It is also just fun to mess around with if you want to fire up a quick hobby project using PHP.
Some specs here:
This application is a web server application for android, include:
– LIGHTTPD as Web Server ,
– PHP as PHP Server ,
– MYSQL as MySQL Server ,
– PhpMyAdmin as MySQL Client , and
– MSMTP as SMTP Client
It all wrapped into one application called Bit Web Server. So easy to run on android device, just single click then you can run web dynamic scripts.
This application is specially designed for the mobile n tablet, so this application requires very small memory.
For running this application the first time after you download it from google play your internal memory in device requirements should not be less than 50MB. Because this application does not download any data on internet, all data is wrapped into a (apk). And this application can also be accessed from a computer network via wifi or tethering.
This application runs without an internet connection, requires internet only when first run to check the license, if you install the app from google play this otherwise licensed, then to run this application so it does not require internet access (OFFLINE Application).
BitWebServer can run a variety of CMS like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Prestashop, etc. Besides CMS can also run PHP frameworks like Code Igniter, YII, CakePHP, etc.
It is the same as WAMP or LAMP or XAMPP on your computer or laptop, but this is for android devices with lighttpd instead of apache.
Modules/extensions which compiled on PHP is:
– and more libraries like as freetype, jpeg, png, openssl, etc.
Storage Engine support on MySQL is:
Adobe Photoshop Touch – There is no replacement for Photoshop on mobile. The fine tuning you need to do on image for web designers/developers just isn’t replicated yet in an App. One of the big things is image quality when editing. The rendering and clean up on images saved with any Android app just isn’t as clean as it is on a computer. But if you need to do something quick and dirty this is the best app for it. It has a lot of the core Photoshop features loaded so you can crop, recolor, layer, combine and re-size images.