Twinkle Toes Software – Looking back on my first year

Wow, it’s been a year since I founded Twinkle Toes Software. I thought this would be a good time for me to stop and reflect a bit on how its going and what I’ve learned. The Zero Entry Pool Approach Am I a “zero-entry” entrepreneur? I’m sure there are countless ways to approach starting a […]

Booked 2.5.9 release and some details about 2.6

Booked 2.5.9 was released earlier this week. I’ll wait while you go grab it. If you subscribe to our hosting service, you’re already updated. As far as minor releases go, this was a biggie. Some frequently requested features finally made it in, like showing custom attributes on reports, more options for what to show in […]

Extending phpScheduleIt : Getting started with the API

One of the big features we introduced in 2.4 was a RESTful API for integrating with phpScheduleIt. This is disabled by default but can be flipped on just by changing the config setting $conf[‘settings’][‘api’][‘enabled’] to ‘true’. Once you do that, navigate to the auto-generated documentation page at http://your_phpscheduleit_root/Web/Services/index.php (if you’ve got mod_rewrite set up with […]

What’s up with phpScheduleIt 2.4?

It’s been nearly 5 months since the 2.3 release of phpScheduleIt and I’m sure some are wondering what’s going on. Well, a lot of time has been spent working with BrickHost in setting up a cloud-based hosting solution for phpScheduleIt. This will be a turn-key solution with full support for a great price. But development […]

Extending phpScheduleIt – Writing a Pre-Reservation Plugin

My previous post walked through configuring and enabling plugins in phpScheduleIt. That’s great… but what if we need something custom to our environment? The most popular support requests I get are for changing different workflows – especially around the reservation process. Today I’m going to dive into how to write plugins for the pre reservation […]

Extending phpScheduleIt: Understanding and Installing Plugins

One thing I really wanted to focus on when writing version 2 of phpScheduleIt was finding ways to keep the application open for extensibility. This led me to creating a pluggable framework that can be hooked into for certain operations. In this post I’ll explain a bit of the plugin structure and walk through how […]