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| || 11-23-09 || ||Codex-M ||20379 |
This is the second part of a tutorial on file splitting during an FTP upload. In this part, you will learn the details of file merging and implementation. The split PHP script was thoroughly discussed in the first part. It is highly recommended that you read that part to easily understand this one.
| || 11-19-09 || ||Codex-M ||17547 |
In the first part of this two-part series, you learned the importance and principles of Yahoo Site Explorer's inbound links API with respect to search engine optimization. If you read that part, you should already have your application ID, which will be used in your PHP script to make API calls. Also discussed in the first part is how to formulate the GET Request URL, and how to understand the responses from the inbound links API. In this part, you will start consolidating all of those inputs and implement what you've learned using a PHP server side scripting language.
| || 11-18-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||16379 |
In this ninth part of an 11-part series on method chaining, I will add three new chainable methods to the custom CodeIgniter model class we built in previous parts. You should find this a straightforward process, especially if you have a decent background in this framework’s database class.
| || 11-17-09 || ||Codex-M ||26915 |
One of the known limitations of free hosting packages is the file upload limit. For example, some hosting companies set an upload limit of 500 KB. This means that for any uploads to the FTP server, the file should not be more than 500 KB or else the server won’t accept it and you will not be able to upload your file. Fortunately, by splitting your files, you can get around this limitation; this two-part tutorial series will show you how.
| || 11-16-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||17807 |
Welcome to the eighth installment of a series on method chaining in PHP 5. With numerous code samples, this series shows you how to define chainable methods within your own PHP classes. Best of all, it teaches you how to implement this powerful programming method in a real-world case: developing an abstract model for the CodeIgniter framework.
| || 11-12-09 || ||Codex-M ||20306 |
The Yahoo Site Explorer API offers useful data for anyone who is trying to do well in the search engines. The trick is getting that data into a form you can use. Keep reading to learn how to build an application that will organize the information so you can analyze it.
| || 11-11-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||28174 |
Welcome to the seventh part of a 12-part series on the technique of method chaining in PHP 5. In this part, I will demonstrate how method chaining can be used to develop some core methods of a custom library for CodeIgniter.
| || 11-10-09 || ||Codex-M ||42488 |
This article shows illustrative examples of how PHP and some advanced MySQL queries can be used to build an online trading system. For simplicity, we will be featuring one of the most common stock indexes: the S&P 500 index.
| || 11-09-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||18172 |
Among the numerous features provided by PHP 5, there’s one that many developers find appealing. It permits the building of compact and modular programming interfaces. Yes, as you may have guessed, in this specific case I’m talking about method chaining, a programming approach can be easily mastered by those with an average background in the object-oriented paradigm. This is the sixth part of a 12-part series on method chaining.
| || 11-04-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||18091 |
Welcome to the fifth part of a 12-part series focused on method chaining in PHP 5. Through a set of comprehensive and easy-to-follow tutorials, this series of articles shows you how to create and use chainable methods within your own classes. It also teaches you how to implement this useful programming methodology for developing real-world web applications.
| || 11-03-09 || ||Codex-M ||123274 |
PHP encryption is a method of obfuscating scripts in such a way that it offers additional protection and prevents unauthorized editing of the scripts. This article discusses both encryption and decryption.
| || 11-02-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||13759 |
In this fourth part of a 12-part series on method chaining, I start building a basic MySQL abstraction class that implements a few straightforward methods. Of course, the methods can be easily chained to each other, which permits us to build different parts of a SELECT statement through a truly compact and readable API.
| || 10-28-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||10322 |
In this third part of a 12-part series on method chaining, I complete the definition of the sample string processor class. This process will help reaffirm the concepts that you learned before regarding the definition and implementation of chainable methods in PHP 5.
| || 10-27-09 || ||Codex-M ||65057 |
Do you want to learn how to handle PHP WHILE loops? WHILE loops are one of the most powerful features as well as the easiest loop available to any PHP/MySQL developer. They enable us to shorten repetitive tasks for a highly useful application. This tutorial gives examples of WHILE loops in PHP/MySQL that beginner and novice developers can use as a quick reference for building similar loops in their applications.
| || 10-26-09 || ||Alejandro Gervasio ||15265 |
In this second part of a 12-part series on method chaining, I explain how to extend the functionality of the string processor class by adding to it a few simple chainable methods. I conclude this part by defining a factory method within the string processor class.