|June 28, 2016||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
So, I’ve been looking for a new side project for a while, before finally settling on playing around with some phone APIs. Not sure what else to do, I opted to make a tool for annoying people. Try it now. It’s quite simple, but effective none the less. For a modest fee (starting at $1.00), […]
|June 8, 2011||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
I’ve spent a lot of time fighting against plugins and WordPress in general in attempt to get my Google PageSpeed over 90. I had basically given up on getting into the high 90s due to my reliance on some external resources that don’t set long expire times or, in at least 2 cases, sheer laziness […]
|May 10, 2011||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Programming, Web|
I just created a git repository for django-apikey, which provides an API key-based authorization backend for use with django REST services. Currently, it works with django-piston, but I do plan on adding support for other django REST packages.
|November 29, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
Mailing lists … they’re one of the most popular, and easy, methods of using your website to make money. I’ve used a few different list manager systems over the years, but they all seemed to miss (at least) one thing that I found useful or needed to make the list behave the way I wanted […]
|November 6, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
I’ve been developing a new Web site that uses Apache‘s mod_rewrite to make “pretty” URLs instead of exposing both the script name and parameters to the end user. For example, instead of seeing a URL like http://blahblahblah.com/somepage.php?page_id=details, the end user sees http://blahblahblah.com/details.