UPDATE: per changes in gcloud Ok – my new best friend is Chromebrew – a lightweight package manager that lets you run linux programs in Chromebook developer mode without having to install a whole operating system. I needed it because (a) I develop and deploy code from my chromebook using github and Google’s Cloudshell virtual linux machine… Read More
I love my Chromebook, and the whole idea of cloud computing. It’s great to have a single-login to GSuite (formerly Google Apps), and custom web-apps that easily integrate. But coding on my Chromebook has been — well — awkward. There are a number of Cloud-based IDEs (Cloud9, Codenvy), but none that really integrate well with… Read More
I build apps on GAE using Codenvy from a Chromebook, so I need a process for CakePHP installation that can be done without a local webserver and without using Composer.
[Under Construction 1/29/16] Doing a clean install on GAE for Cakephp3 starts out quite similar to Cakephp2 (see prior blog here.) I will therefore just reference the difference to those points.