Yii2 Analytics.js Integration
Today I'm happy to announce a new extension for Yii2 called yii2-analytics.js.
This extension provides Analytics.js integration for [Yii Framework 2](www.yiiframework
By popular demand, today I will be revisiting my previous Yii Framework 2 Getting Started Guide and updating it with what is currently available in the Yii Framework 2 Repository.
A tutorial for getting started with Yii Framework 2
Yii Framework 1.1.14 has been released. I have the details here as well as some thoughts on some of the new methods introduced.
EAnalytics is a Yii Framework wrapper for Analytics.js Library. Rather than loading in a dozen different extensions for each analytics service you want to use, this extension allows you to specify various tracking providers in a single config file and call various methods via a single interface.
One of the things I've seen a lot of questions about is how to properly get Yii working with XAMPP on Windows. In the spirit of helping my favorite community, the following is a guide to get PHP, MySQL, and Yii playing nicely with each other on Windows
CDynamicRecord is a Yii ActiveRecord implementation that allows a single model class to acces tables of the same type and structure across multiple databases.
I was looking at my code yesterday for CiiMS and saw that the basic Piwik tracking code was, to put it nicely ugly. A quick glance at the Yii Framework Extensions revealed no one had written a Piwik plugin yet, so I decided to whip one up real quick
It took me a while to get this one figured out. When you can't remember something, write it down. =)
This week I was looking for a way in Yii to convert a Markdown formatted text into HTML to display on a page. Now, you can convert Markdown into HTML in Yii by using the CMarkDown class as follows:<?php $this->beginWidget('CMarkdown');?> This is my markdown formatted content <?php $this->endWidget();?>
But that doesn't exactly do what I want it to do