PHP Function Return New Object

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Through our years of programming, we have optimized and re-optimized our code in attempt to make things easier for us, and to reduce redundant code. During our endeavours, we implemented an abstract class containing a function that returns a new object instance: abstract class i_object {     final public static function i() {         return count(func_get_args()) ?… Read more »

Connecting to cPanel via SSH/SFTP

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Please note that access via FTP is no longer permitted, as at March 7th, 2017 @ 12:01am EST. The following describes how to configure SFTP access for a cPanel user. Aside from logging into cPanel and using the File Manager tool to manage your website files, you can also connect via SFTP, not to be… Read more »

Upcoming Projects in 2017

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Hosting This year we will be upgrading our hosting services by more than doubling speed, ram and space, which is expected to occur early March. formDO We will be releasing our flagship project, formDO, late April! flokah (ubudget) We have some really awesome updates prepared for this project, which will be released shortly after the… Read more »

WordPress PatternFly (Bootstrap) Theme

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Over the past few months, we have been working with PatternFly, which is built on Bootstrap, to provide an enterprise look and feel to our data management applications. To our surprise, or not, we found zero (0) WordPress themes supporting PatternFly. While utilizing the open source WordPress theme Blankslate, we have put together a nice… Read more »

Password Generator

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We highly encourage everyone to use passwords with at least 9 characters, containing uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and, if permitted, special characters. We have created the following form to help you generate strong passwords for online accounts. Also keep in mind that if you ever lose a password, you can easily reset your password… Read more »

Introducing: flokah!

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The flokah project (located at flokah.com) has gone through 3 stages of development. The first was more than 10 years ago, when we first started creating invoices. The system was very simple back then, having only the ability to create clients and invoices. It was called cConsole; “Client” Console. At that time, Simply Accounting cost… Read more »

Past, Present and Future, 2016

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Over the past few months, we have been hard at work at client-offices, and on multiple client projects. We finally had a chance to revisit ubudget.ca, as that project has not been touched in over 2 years. Not only has the look and feel changed, but the name as well. “ubudget” falls short when defining… Read more »

Hosting, WordPress, and SEO in 2016

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First off, we would like to wish all of our present and future clients a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! In 2016, our focus will shift slightly towards our Hosting and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services.  With this in mind, we have revamped our hosting options and reassessed our plan pricing, which is… Read more »

twitch.tv Buffering and Segment Errors

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If you have had any issues streaming from twitch.tv, here are a few steps to take as a workaround: Download and install VLC Media Player from: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html Download and install Livestreamer from: http://docs.livestreamer.io/install.html#windows-binaries (click on the Installer link) Then click on START (then run in pre-Windows 7), then type in: cmd A command prompt (usually… Read more »

Scheduled Downtime – Adding RAM & Server Software Updated

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We completed a huge software update yesterday, starting at 5pm and completing at 2am EST. This update provided an updated cPanel, and newer versions of MySQL, PHP and Apache, while also providing the Apache module DEFLATE. DEFLATE allows you to compress output which decreases load times for your users! If you would like DEFLATE utilized… Read more »