In Yii community we have lots of extention can send emails, such as YiiMailer and Swift and so on, or even IMAPI, thanks for team contribution.
However, sometimes, in the intranet enviroment, the program cannot run successfully since SMTP /IMAP port been banded. So you need to seek other ways. The most simple way is **call outlook** as COM.
In Yii 2.0, the yii widgets that use Twitter Bootstrap CSS & JS directly, are part of the yii2-bootstrap extension, starting with yii/bootstrap namespace. For customizing bootstrap extension specific widget assets, you could configure your own assets (CSS/JS) using the new Yii Asset Manager in your Yii Config file. Something like:
If you develop your Yii project on both Windows and Mac, there can be a problem setting up the configuration unless the configurations for both system are identical.
On my machines I have the following configurations:
We all know how to upload the content and images at the same time with refreshing the page. And uploading the images using Ajax we have faced some issues, here i have fixed the issues and both content and photos are uploaded using Ajax. And both content and images are stored in the different tables
Uploading files in a webapp can be extremely tricky and sometimes the quickest way to do it is to store the file directly in the webserver or into a DNS (like Amazon S3) and then to save the link and the metadata inside a table in the DB. The thing is that you'll have to deal with file permissions, server storage, file management and so on (which is perfectly fine, by the way).
After installing Yii basic application on our systems, most of the time we want to have multiple environment such as local, dev and live setup. Most of the times when we want to make changes to configuration file, we have to over-write configurations file for each environment.
Its very common now-a-days to have Mobile app for web apps. For Mobile apps we need web APIs to fetch data or even post/update on web. We found a very simple method to make such interface.
Mobile App can call plain get or post request and receive data back in JSON format. JSON is relatively easy for mobile app to handle while plain standard GET/POST request for easy for Web server to handle. This mixed approach saves lot of time on server side. We not really need to handle actual REST requests and still be able to exchange data between web and mobiles or ajax java-scripts or even node.js.