Hey, PBwiki-ers! It’s worth mentioning that the tags support that we rolled out this month across PBwiki was largely inspired by a series of wonderful meetings we had with Nitin Borwankar. This guy is like the Johnny Appleseed of the tagging world! If you need tags support in your application, talk with him and he’llContinue reading “Props to the tagmaster”
Our rocking friends Jay & Ryan (vlogstars in their own right) came over to our new digs in San Bruno – we’re right by the SF airport, which is great, except for when the big planes come zooming overhead. Check out their awesome interview with our team!
We noticed lots of Premium users asking us how they could get additional features. It happened about 50 times, and then you should have heard the groans in the office. It went something like, “Dear god, how have we not already built this?” Now Premium users can upgrade to specific a la carte features. DoContinue reading “Premium users can get more features a la carte”
We quietly rolled out a new feature that lets you save any wiki page as a PDF file. This might be really useful if you have a syllabus (print it out and give it to your class), a resume, a meeting agenda, or almost anything else. To save your wiki page to PDF, look atContinue reading “New feature: Save wiki page to PDF”
Well, it looks like PBwiki is now blocked in China. Time for a party shirt. Maybe they didn’t appreciate my recent trip there, where I dressed up like the Red Army and had Chinese tourists gigglingly ask me for a picture. I swear governments have no sense of humor. In all honesty, this is aContinue reading “And there goes the continent…”
So as many of you astute readers may have noticed, we use PHP on the backend. Nathan and I ran into a curious quirk today; if you do a require_once() in a function’s context, the variables set in the required file are not visible as globals once the function returns, even to functions in theContinue reading “Interesting PHP Quirk w/require_once”
So we’re going to be working on an API for all you PBwiki coders out there to make it easy to pull PBwiki content into applications and other web services, push content from other sources into PBwiki, and get alerted when a wiki is updated. We’re just in the first design phases of rolling outContinue reading “The PBwiki API”