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  07-26-10 

PHP: Creating Word Documents without .COM Objects

Codex-M 27949

If you are looking for a solution to create MS Word documents without the use of .COM objects, then this tutorial will be helpful. In it, you will learn how to build an actual PHP application that can convert a .txt file into a .doc file online.

  07-22-10 

Web Services

Apress Publishing 14403

This five-part article series will introduce you to Web Services. If you've ever wanted to incorporate them into your web sites, this is a good place to start. This article is excerpted from chapter 20 of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W. Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla (Apress; ISBN: 1590597702).

  07-21-10 

Registry Design Pattern: Complete Implementation

Alejandro Gervasio 19423

Welcome to the conclusion of a three-part article series that shows you how to implement the Registry design pattern in PHP. In this part, we'll take all the classes that we've created so far and put them to work together.

  07-20-10 

PHP Form to Text File: the Basics

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This is a basic tutorial on the application of PHP to get text information from a web form and write it to a text file.

  07-19-10 

Session Handler with the Registry Design Pattern

Alejandro Gervasio 21366

In this second part of a series, I demonstrate how easy it is to define a session-based registry class based on the abstract parent created in the first tutorial. The straightforward creation process means you shouldn’t have major problems building your own registry classes or even improving the ones that you've learned so far in this series.

  07-15-10 

Strings: Trimming and Counting

Apress Publishing 10049

In this conclusion to a five-part series on strings and regular expressions in PHP, you'll learn about padding and stripping a string, trimming characters from a string, counting the characters in a string, and more. This article is excerpted from chapter nine of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W. Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla (Apress; ISBN: 1590597702).

  07-14-10 

Registry Design Pattern

Alejandro Gervasio 40978

In this first part of a series, I provide a basic introduction to implementing the registry design pattern in PHP. I'll define a simple hierarchy of classes comprised of an abstract registry, and a concrete implementation of it, which uses a private array to save and fetch resources across different points of an application.

  07-13-10 

Create Picture IDs with Name Tags Using PHP

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PHP can be used to write text to images or even merge a source image to a target image. With this concept, it is possible to create open source ID creation software. The ID can contain a picture of a person and a name tag written in text (or even include an ID number). Keep reading to learn how this can be done.

  07-12-10 

PHP MVC Framework: the Cache Class

Alejandro Gervasio 33300

Welcome to the final installment of a series that shows you how to build a simple MVC-based framework in PHP 5. This series walks you in a step-by-step fashion through the development of a stack of reusable components, which can be easily put to work together under a strict MVC-based layer.

  07-08-10 

Parsing Strings and Regular Expressions

Apress Publishing 15867

In this fourth part of a five-part series on strings and regular expressions in PHP, you'll learn how to perform complex string parsing, find the last occurrence of a string, and more. This article is excerpted from chapter nine of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W. Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla (Apress; ISBN: 1590597702).

  07-07-10 

PHP MVC Frameworks: Building View Files

Alejandro Gervasio 32212

In this next-to-last part of the series, I finish building a MySQL-driven application that uses the functionality of the framework we've created to perform CRUD operations on a database table populated with user-related data.

  07-06-10 

Completing an MVC-Based Framework's Controller Class

Alejandro Gervasio 20476

In this twelfth part of the series I finish building the controller class that permits you to run CRUD operations against the pertinent “users” MySQL table. This class uses the model to interface with the data layer, the input class to filter incoming data, and the view class to display output on the browser. This process demonstrates the real functionality of the MVC framework developed in previous tutorials.

  07-01-10 

Converting Strings and Regular Expressions

Apress Publishing 11105

In this third part of a five-part series on strings and regular expressions in PHP, you will learn how to convert strings to and from HTML, and more. This article is excerpted from chapter nine of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W. Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla (Apress; ISBN: 1590597702).

  06-30-10 

Adding More Methods to the Controller Class of an MVC-Based Framework

Alejandro Gervasio 19894

In this eleventh part of the series, I expand the initial functionality of the user controller class defined previously by adding two simple methods to it. These allow it to create new users in the associated MySQL table.

  06-29-10 

Adding a Controller Class to an MVC-Based Framework in PHP 5

Alejandro Gervasio 21898

In this tenth part of the series, I start building a basic MySQL-driven application whose main tasks consist of selecting, inserting, updating and deleting records on some hypothetical users by means of the framework we've built.

 
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