As a PHP developer and efficiency addict, I constantly aim towards a better workflow.
About half a year ago I got very enthusiastic about VIM..
To improve php performance, it's good to start profiling the application you are working on, as there might be some bad code that heavily decreases performance.
2014, 2015, 2016, right now, everything is about open source (and it will stay like that for a while). As it will stay for a lot more years, I would say that it’s no longer a trend. Open source is “cool”, and will always stay so.
This week, I had some issues with the styling of a select box.. in firefox at least.
Firefox has this feature (it's not a bug, it's a feature) that does not allow you to set a line-height property.
When working alot with templates, it's sometimes useful to have the block bundle (or entity type) as an extra helper.
You an create a custom module with the following contents:
If you got here, than you have been fighting with webform to make it display properly in a bootstrap theme.
You might have allready started to write custom css, but.. stop.