http://youtu.be/5jdalvKzl98 This lesson will show you how to install Git on your machine, create a basic GitHub repository, and configure our server to connect to GitHub with SSH. This will allow us to transfer files to and from the repository securely.
This screencast comes at the request of @alex_weinstein. In this screencast, we will learn how to edit the default permissions that are assigned to an object when uploading to Amazon S3 using the PHP API. This tutorial is an extension of one we did a little while back called Create A jQuery Mobile Picture Uploader To Amazon S3. Amazon S3 default permissions are set to owner/owner, we will change those default permissions to allow anyone to read/download the object from AmazonS3.
This screencast is straight from the course "Hosting Web Sites With Linux" available at the Linux Academy. Ever wonder how domains work and point to specific servers? Well if you want to host a domain you need to have DNS. This lesson will help you understand the concepts as well as demonstrate examples of using DNS to host web sites and web apps.
jQuery Mobile has come a long way since the beta versions of the framework. In this screencast we aim to cover what's new as well as the basic concepts that originally came with jQuery Mobile. This screencast is for you if you never have used jQuery Mobile tool bars and want to see what they are capable of. If you are a regular user and have used them before, this is also for you, as you will learn what changes came from jQuery Mobile beta to jQuery Mobile versions 1.1 and 1.2.
Drupal is an awesome, flexible, and extensive framework. One of the great things about Drupal is the mass availability of modules. One of the difficult parts of using Drupal is finding the modules you need to get started. Drupal, out of the box, comes with very few modules. The list below is a starting list of Drupal modules I think all Drupal installations should have. I'll list the names and details about what the modules do. If you want to download them, just do a Google search for the module name and "Drupal". Are there additional modules you would suggest? If so, list them in the comments!
Ever wanted to take a picture with a a web app, then upload it directly to your Amazon S3 bucket? Now you can, and this tutorial will teach you how. In this tutorial we are going to use jQuery Mobile, PHP and Amazon S3 to create a mobile picture uploader that will allow us to either take a new picture or upload an existing picture from our device. This now works with new version of iOS 6+ and uses the HTML5 file upload API to accomplish the goal. If you are not familiar with Amazon S3 this screencast might be a good starting point.