Developer of Akeeba Backup and chronic Joomla! addict
@johanjanssens getting ready to begin his presentation #jd11gr
Ryan has a never ending battery. Lots of positive energy in his presentation!
Drumroll please. System Restore Points are now fully operational.
Do you notice something interesting in the bottom right hand corner of this screenshot? ;)
This is what Joomla! 1.5 admin looks like in PHP 5.3.x with default XAMPP error reporting
Baking new stuff for the next release of Akeeba Backup (feature to only be available on Joomla! 1.5)
Developing with Nooku is blazing fast. After 8 hours of development I already have this. Time to jump ship?
Another good reason to consider stopping free support of my software
From concept to code: 1 hour. And I was being lazy :p
Joomla! devs, you can all have this in your components with 20 lines of boilerplate PHP code. More details in 24 hours.
This is what I'm documenting right now. With any luck, I'll get all the documentation done tonight.
Akeeba Backup 3.2 preview: filter buttons which *look* like buttons.
@brianteeman Isn't this much better?
@brianteeman If you don't believe me, believe FireBug's results of its "Inspect Element" on the button
Akeeba Backup 3.2 preview: Simplifying the Control Panel page
Akeeba Backup 3.2 preview: Single-click management of files stored on S3, FTP
Akeeba Backup 3.2 preview: Making better sense of the backup progress
Akeeba Backup 3.2: Thanks to your feedback, with a simplified Backup Now interface
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