My pretty move to Brackets

PHPDesigner is my very first IDE when I started to code. Then I moved to Dreamweaver which was a product of Macromedia during that time. It had been a favourite editor during most of my developer life time, but I rarely used additional extensions and themes along with it as they are not easily available.  I was comfortable with its default theme and I’m too familiar with its color scheme and I like it. There are some drawbacks of Dreamweaver – it is not lightweight; It is no easy-to-install; it is a proprietary software; it is not available for Linux. Linux solution is my major concern as I’m moving to Linux from Windows. I had to find a replacement of Dreamweaver.

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I love to reinvent the wheel

Reinventing the wheel is always a bad idea” – this is what we usually heard.

To reinvent the wheel is to duplicate a basic method that has already previously been created or optimized by others.

I don’t agree with. I love to reinvent the wheel and I think many devs in software development field are reinventing the wheel. If they are not, there would be only one framework and only one CMS in the world. Why Drupal, then WordPress,  then Joomla? Why CakePHP, why Laravel, why Zend? If a framework or CMS has been developed and came out, why we need to reinvent another one of same purpose?

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Creating a first Node.js app using GeddyJS framework on Windows

Node.js is an open source, cross-platform runtime environment for easily building fast, server-side and scalable networking applications. Node.js provides an event-driven architecture and a non-blocking I/O API that optimizes an application’s throughput and scalability and that is perfect for data-intensive real-time applications.

Geddy is a simple, structured web framework for Node and a No-Brainer MVC Node.js Framework .

Here, I will show how to create a basic Node.js app using Geddy. My working environment is Windows 7.

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