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My Git Aliases

Overtime key presses really add up, especially when you use certain tools all throughout the day.

Here are the bash and git aliases that I use for git to avoid doing some of these keypresses.

I’m not sure how many times a day I use these shortcuts, or how many key presses I skip, but I’m fairly sure my keyboard is thanking me.

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gitgraph.js and codepen.io for git visualization

I was looking for a new tool for easily visualizing git branches and workflows to try and visually show how Gerrit works (in terms of git basics) to clear up some confusions. I spent a short while reading stackoverflow, although most of the suggestions weren’t really any good as I didn’t want to visualize a real repository, but a fake set of hypothetical branches and commits.

I was suggested Graphviz by a friend, and quickly found webgraphviz.com which was going in the right direction, but this would require me to learn how to write DOT graph files.

Eventually I found gitgraph.js, which is a small JavaScript library for visualizing branching ‘things’, such as git, well, mainly git, hence the name and produce graphics such as the one below.

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My Joomla Component development workflow

Joomla20Symbol20Color20FLATMy first and currently only Joomla component development was for the SWA UK website. The component manages memberships, events, tickets, results and more and is a rewrite of a previous component for Joomla 1.

But in this post lets ignore what the component does and instead concentrate the development workflow that is used. After lots of research at the beginning of development I decided to ignore other  methods of developing a component and this is what I ended up coming up with.

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