I Reckon THIS Must be the Place
THIS This HTML Is Simple - a PHP blog-like application that is small, efficient and fast or something.
So, I tried to login to Twitter, and the result simply threw me back to the login form. Was my ID wrong? My password? There was no error message. I (embarrassing) tried it a few more times. Same result.
Turns out, I disallow cookies exceptionally -- and I forgot to add twiter.com to be allowed.
Why, oh why, did not Twitter supply a message like "Cookies must be allowed to login?" It it the easiest fucking thing to do program-wise.
If the code here has any standout characteristic it is it is small. That is exemplified, IMO, in the latest version of the Rules; and GMLP.
Called Batch Language Rules Processor on Github: BLRP.
And Markup Language Processor on Google Code: Markuppro.
Using the techniques developed for THIS the code are not classes and have no global data. There are few inline string literals, no inline HTML, and all functions are small.
This code is, as near as is possible, truly reusable, extensible and easily understood and, therefore, easily modified. Small, data-driven algorithms to work independently together.
Oh yeah, there is also WordBash, a WordPress clone written in GNU Bash -- in under 2000 lines.
TODO New Rules, May-12, 2014
Several more programming contructs are going to be added to this code's Rules functionality (first explained here).
Dialogs Dialog "Twitter Help", May 25, 2014
[Some "dialogs" here will be from online sources, like this one from dev.twitter.com/discussions/11338. I do no editing other than removing personal identifiers and fixing capitalizations and ending punctuation.]
Logs A Few More, Apr-29, 2014
Here are some more exploits or exploit attempts in the last few days.
About The Defining Data, Mar-31, 2014
Key portions of this code are driven by data. The "Rules" data described above is just one example of what this is: replacing code with data.
THIS is an experimental attemp at a blogging API.
The links middle left should explain the "need to know" about the code.
The links top left are the blog posts within a few topics:
- related to current changes to the code
- invented and real conversations related to coding
- various musings about our Apache log file
- detailed, technical looks at the architecture
The links bottom left are other programs/APIs we are involved with.
Many changes... but mostly internal "architectural" stuff and boring.
Template/Theme code re-designed to increase efficiency and clarity. Commenting code updated to detect duplicates and to moderate based on word frequency.
Big Google April, 2014
We use here some Google fonts. However...
Going Native March, 2014
An example of how to increase performance in an extremely simple way.
The New Culture February, 2014
There used to be Culture Clash. What we have now is Culture Stagnation.