I’m working with a prospective client who needs specialized e-commerce assistance – more than I’m capable of doing in a timely manner. So I found an experienced PHP programmer who can provide this expertise.
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Google announced that it has peeled the “beta” label off App Engine for PHP, and is now making it available to all customers. Here’s an in-depth look from Google I/0 2013, when it was first unveiled: “App Engine’s default security policies and ability to patch underlying infrastructure automatically — even on apps in production — help reduce your apps’ susceptibility …
PHP company Zend announced the roadmap for Zend Framework 3, its next-generation PHP-based application framework for web and mobile apps. Zend Framework 3 includes a new design, which the company says takes advantage of the PHP language evolution, as well as emerging technologies and techniques. The highlights and capabilities as listed in the announcement are as follows: Separate components divided …
PHP company Zend announced that it’s delivering its PHP application platform as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) advanced cloud service through the AWS Marketplace. This, the company says, will empower app developers to develop better apps fastel, deploy them continuously, and scale them indefinitely. “Today’s businesses must deliver quality applications efficiently and effectively to innovate and succeed, and much of …
Heroku recently announced full support for the new PHP. It did so during Facebook’s f8 conference, drawing on Facebook’s PHP innovation. As Heroku notes, the new PHP is built on new runtimes and frameworks, while utilizing familiar aspects of the lagnauge and best practices of other modern frameworks. Heroku made available native HipHop support, packaging and first class frameworks, and …
Android has bugdroid. Linux has Tux the penguin. Both have been immortalized in plush toys, action figures and even remote controlled robots. What about PHP’s lovable ElePHPant though? Where’s the love for him? Well, somebody has already made a blue, pink and red ElePHPant, but one man wants to add one more color. Eli White, co-owner of php[architect], recently took …
PHP is the weapon of choice for many Web developers. It’s a good thing then that the team behind it has been very diligent with its releases. In fact, they have recently released an update to address some bugs that have popped up in the latest version. If you recall, the PHP Group in late June released PHP 5.5. This …
Those who use PHP are in for a treat this month as the development team has released updates for both the current and old versions, 5.4 and 5.3 respectively, of the scripting language. There’s nothing major, of course, but there are a number of bug fixes that developers should be aware of. Starting with PHP 5.4, the latest update brings …
Zend Framework 1 has been a popular open source PHP framework since it was introduced a few years ago. It’s successor, Zend Framework 2, was released in September of last year. The team behind it have now released a major update. The Zend Framework community announced Wednesday that Zend Framework 2.0.7 and 2.1.0 are now available for download. Version 2.0.7 …
[…] Version 2.1.1 includes about 30 bug fixes, mostly minor things around encoding, XML-RPC, the object cache, and HTML code. It’s available for immediate download on our download page.
Niall Kennedy wrote on his blog that The Yahoo Developer Network provided a short preview of the soon to be released del.icio.us webbadge.
Probably more than one jaw hit the floor when yesterday Zend and Microsoft announced that they were going to start playing nicely with each other. If anyone has ever tried to get PHP to load into a windows 2003 server probably knows what I am talking about too.
Search engines love websites that are continuously updated with fresh content. As a website owner, if you want to achieve or maintain a good search engine ranking, then your goal should be to continually provide updated keyword-based content on a regular basis to your website.
Everyone has heard that content is king when it comes to search engine optimization and just good old plain web site marketing smarts.
Kim Cameron, what are you doing (he just announced that he got Microsoft’s InfoCards working on WordPress and PHP and is having a conversation with lots of people in the community)?
Security is important for all developers, but more so when combining two of the most popular Database and Web Programming technologies.
One obvious solution is to approach a software development company and obtain a custom built product.
When building web sites, ASP and PHP are very popular languages. Here’s my opinion on whether ASP or PHP is best.
Both ASP and PHP are languages used to build Dynamic Web sites that can interact with Databases and exchange information. ASP (Active Server Pages) is from Microsoft and is used with IIS (Internet Information Server) that runs on Microsoft Servers. PHP (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is from Rasmus Lerdorf, who originally designed this parsing language which was later modified by different people. It runs on Unix and Linux servers and it also has an NT server version.
Suppose you want to know the age of a person given her birth date. Let’s say her birth date is “09-23-1969”. Although in this case you might say that we don’t need a program to compute the age, but assume there are 1000s of records in your database and for every person you have to print a report like:
Welcome to the first part of a new two-part series on the PHP:Form web component. In this part, I will give you an introduction to PHP:Form, its features, and why it is so useful. I will also discuss the inbuilt validators that PHP:Form supports.
You’ve decided to automate your web site. Now what? Here are some ideas to help you choose how to automate your site.
What is a Web Database? A web database is a database for the internet. You can get access to your data via the internet from anywhere in the world. Or, you can create a database driven website by using such databases. A web database stores large amount of information in an organized format that is easily accessible from scripting languages (like PHP).
When building my website “Crossword Heaven” I came across a problem. I created a PHP object called “crossword” but needed to save the information in the object to a database. Now considering that this object contained a lot of information this was not an easy thing to do. Or was it?
One of the great promises that actually came true when our Internet-enabled world reached the twenty-first century is efficient customer-to-business interaction.
Most interactive websites nowadays would require a user to log in into the website’s system in order to provide a customized experience for the user. Once the user has logged in, the website will be able to provide a presentation that is tailored to the user’s preferences.
One of the most frequent questions I am asked, or read about lately, is how to look professional enough to compete with the big guys.
PHP can be used for a lot of different things, and is one of the most powerful scripting languages available on the web. Not to mention it’s extremely cheap and widely used. However, one thing that PHP is lacking, and in fact most scripting languages are, is a way to update pages in real-time, without having to reload a page or submit a form.
Most interactive websites nowadays require data to be presented dynamically and interactively based on input from the user. For example, a customer may need to log into a retail website to check his purchasing history. In this instance, the website would have stored two types of data in order for the customer to perform the check – the customer’s personal login details; and the customer’s purchased items. This data can be stored in two types of storage – flat files or databases.
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How you can have a site with tons of visitors without to crash the server?
See how you can create graphic effects on text with PHP and GD – drop shadows, arcs, fonts and colors.
No one alive can deny the force of Google and how powerful it has become in the Web design and Web hosting business. Many people work for hours and hours, days and days to make sure the Web site they have is ready for Google and it’s Googlebot whenever it might come for a visit.
Hello people lets take a look at loadVars.sendAndLoad and what we could do with it today, to read more about it go here:
Allrighty then, lets get some external data into flash using php. We’re not going to use a MySql databse this time, that’s something for the next tutorial. In this example we’re going to fill a comboBox, a txtbox, and a listBox in flash with data taken from a php file. To complete this tutorial you”ll have to have access to a webserver and have php enabled on your sytem.
HTACCESS is a remarkable tool you can use for password protection, error handling (like custom 404 pages), or HTTP redirects. It can also be used to transform whole folders in seconds: adding headers to all your HTML documents, watermarking all your images, and more.
This is a short article which shows you how to make a simple guestbook by capturing the visitor’s input and storing the data in a database using PHP. You’ll need to know a bit of HTML, PHP and MySQL in order to do the task. For a guestbook to work, we’ll need to create 3 pages.
Redirecting a page in PHP is an easy task. You can use the PHP Header method to redirect a visitor to a new page. The header() method is used to send HTTP headers back to the browser. The headers can be sent back to the browser only if there’s no content or error messages shown in the page.