Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
In this tutorial, we will build a RSS 2.0 Feed with the PHP framework CodeIgniter. After this tutorial, you will be able to build a feed for any custom website in no time at all.
Do you know about “Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart,” terminology? If you are a blogger then you must have used this in your various projects, while designing a contact form, login form or any other type of registration forms.
This article will explain the advanced topics of PHP classes, including polymorphism, abstract classes, and interfaces. The concepts are pretty simple to be honest. A must read for anyone serious about PHP programming.
This tutorial will cover the basics of setting up your first facebook application and generating the usual hello world message along with a link to the users profile.
It’s common to find an author’s credit and bio at the end of a blog post, especially on blogs that post content from multiple writers. Using a cocktail of Wordpress template tags, an info section can be easily put together to showcase the author’s Gravatar profile image, their name, link to their website and short bio.
From time to time, you will want to show data in your website and allow the data to be sorted and searched. In this chapter, we will look at: How to install and use the DataTables plugin How to load data pages on request from the server Searching and ordering the data
The new Web Platform Installer from Microsoft makes setting up PHP and PHP-based applications on Windows a breeze. Louis walks us through what’s available with this new tool and shows us how simple it is to start off with WordPress or Drupal on Windows with IIS.
Objects in PHP are assigned by reference, so copying an object with the = operator will result in a second variable referencing the same object and not an actual copy. Enter PHP's clone function which creates a shallow copy of the object.
This tutorial shows you how to use the SimplePie PHP library to display an RSS or Atom feed in under 10 lines of code. Source code included.
Every developer, at one point in time, will run into a situation where they need to display a small amount of dynamic data. Why create a whole database? Enter the magical world of XML. Here you’ll learn how to use PHP and XML to randomly generate HTML content.
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