By Michael Robinson on February 4, 2015, Filed in: Rapidweaver
Meta Mate 1.1.14 is ready for you! This version ensures compatibility with RapidWeaver 6.
RapidWeaver 5.4 users please note – you may have to manually upgrade from Meta Mate 1.1.13. To do this, open Finder, press Command+Shift+G, and type
~/Library/Application Support/RapidWeaver. Drop the unzipped plugin file here. Open RapidWeaver.
Download Meta Mate now!
By Michael Robinson on January 28, 2015, Filed in: Tutorial
Inheriting a codebase isn’t fun. Even less fun if the code is filled with so many memory leaks that the only solution is to force a full page load on every route change. Below is a solution that works well in modern browsers, and IE9.
Note the check for
changedTo. Without these, an infinite loop will occur.
By Michael Robinson on May 30, 2014, Filed in: Technology
Connection limits for a selection of Amazon RDS instances, as provided by AWS support staff:
- db.m1.small: 121
- db.m1.medium: 296
- db.m3.medium: 296
- db.m1.large: 604
- db.m1.xlarge: 1232
- db.m2.xlarge: 1406
- db.m2.4xlarge: 2836
- db.cr1.8xlarge: 20463
By Michael Robinson on May 5, 2013, Filed in: Rapidweaver
While developing a site with Rapid Weaver and Meta Mate, the Facebook Object Debugger is extremely useful. It shows exactly what Facebook and other services will see when they attempt to extract Open Graph information from your pages.
By Michael Robinson on May 1, 2013, Filed in: Vim
The most helpful tip I read after deciding to use Vim exclusively was initially a massive PITA. Disable the arrow keys. If you really do want to learn Vim properly, do this.