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accepted Why Bootstrap 3 changes camelCase to dashes - is it more readable?
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comment Why Bootstrap 3 changes camelCase to dashes - is it more readable?
@RobertHarvey agreed, and I do tend to go with convention. The discussion was basically saying that camel case is a bad convention that should be changed because it's less readable.
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comment Why Bootstrap 3 changes camelCase to dashes - is it more readable?
@RobertHarvey the question was prompted by a discussion on Hacker News, which was itself prompted by the Bootstrap announcement. There was a lot of opinion on both sides, but no data - hence the question.
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asked Why Bootstrap 3 changes camelCase to dashes - is it more readable?
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comment One controller per page or many pages in one controller?
@Rushino CodeIgniter can do it this way - you can put folders inside the Controllers directory. The distinction between 'apps' isn't at the database/model level, but at the controller/view level. The reason for the separation is that your backend is doing very different things, often with a completely different design. It helps with security, because you can IP restrict the entire backend directory. And it helps with development because you can work on the backend without affecting the frontend.
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answered One controller per page or many pages in one controller?
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comment Which framework for HTML5 mobile web app?
This post on StackOverflow is basically the same question stackoverflow.com/questions/3031643/…
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comment Programmers doing testing
"I've never seen a bad method of testing." I have some people to introduce you to...
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answered Is quitting the only reasonable response to this situation?
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comment How can I get programmers to stop writing code vulnerable to SQL injection?
@ReinHenrichs - Absolutely agree, you can't just implement a technical solution and hope for the best. This one is just recognising that it's easy to forget that $this->getRequest() needs to be escaped first. It depends on whether the user forgets to escape, or doesn't know how or why to escape (which this solution won't solve).