Xdebug

As an automation developer, I have learned how to write code in Java. When I am having an issue, one of the nice things that you can do is debug your code, line by line. For the longest I had wished that something like this existed in PHP. I have come to find out that you can actually debug code, like I do in Java. This is such a helpful task because I do not have to waste time using var_dump and such on variables or results. In your apache/php server you need to install and or enable something called Xdebug . I will work on a tutorial on how to use xdebug while writing code in Sublime Text 2. So keep an eye out on my blog and or YouTube channel for this tutorial.

Bought an Android Phone

I finally took the plunge and converted from iPhone to Android. I just bought the Samsung Galaxy S3. I guess buying the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 has made me make the change. It could also be due to the changes that are rumored for the iPhone 5. I have owned it for few days and so far I am liking it. In the following weeks I would like to post on how I am doing things that I use to do with my iPhone. I have read a few of these blog posts, but I am sure some would love to hear my perspective.

Terminal IDE for Android

I just purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and I am loving it. So since I am new I have been looking around for some good apps to use. I think I found one in an app called Terminal IDE . This application brings a developmenting environment with Git support that I can do some web development work with it. I am not going to say I can replace my desktop or a laptop, but you can do some quick fixes with it. A good accessory to get with it is the Logitech bluetooth keyboard . You will have to let me know in the comments below on what you think about this nice application.

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Web Development on Android

One of my latest purchases was an Android Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1. Unfortunately I have to get a replacement but it happens. So getting back on track I am new to an Android device. I found a great app on the Google Play Store, called Terminal IDE . This app brings you access to the terminal and you have some nice commands to work with. A few to name is, Git, VIM, find, etc… Once I get my tablet back I will do a video demo to show it off.