Four new releases for this week regarding our four button plugins for WordPress. Fixed a bug causing variables to clash four while using any of these four plugins together. We have a few more plugins in development that are not social media related. Should have one released before the end of 2008.
We also released a new button plugin a few days ago: buzzZ-Et (Yahoo! Buzz Buttons)
I’ve been busy fixing some bugs and adding some new features not only to our wordpress plugins, but as well with a few of our web projects. Well anyways this weekend we released new versions of all three of our wordpress plugins; diggz-Et, reddZ-Et and dzoneZ-Et.
Here are the three new releases we released this weekend:
diggZ-Et Ver. 1.1.9
reddZ-Et Ver. 1.0.1
dzoneZ-Et Ver. 1.0.1
All three plugins share the following update:
New Hide Option – Hide Buttons on Search Results Page
Today we have released phpCheckZ 1.1.0. There are quite a few changes and several bug fixes in this release. We have added a new bridge for phpBB 3.0.1. We cleaned up the documentation a little. We add a new step in the setup document, which is required for “Include Mode” to work properly. We also added a credits section to the admin, to give our thanks to all third party support. You can read more about the changes and bug fixes here in the changelog.
Well today I happened to be looking at some very old PHP code. It was done in PHP 4, but that really doesn’t matter. Anyways, when I was going through the code I noticed that the original coder had written dozens and dozens of do-while loops. I don’t do any “do-while” loops mainly out of personal preference. I do “regular while” loops mainly for the reason that they feel more practical to me. More will be explained below regarding this; However, it got me thinking today and I had to ask myself this question: Which loop would load faster?