PHP Classes
elePHPant
Icontem

Planet PHP

Recommend this page to a friend!

Articles for syndication in Planet-PHP.net site

  All package blogs All package blogs   Blog PHP Classes blog   Blog Planet PHP   Post article Post article  
  412 - 403   402 - 393   392 - 383   382 - 373   372 - 363   362 - 353   352 - 343   342 - 333   332 - 323   322 - 313   312 - 303   302 - 293   292 - 283   ...   2 - 1  

1. Installing a Database Schema from a JSON format

Posted on: 2016-05-24
Blog: Scripd package blog
Package: Scripd

Installing a database schema is an important setup task that most PHP applications need to do.

The Scripd package can generate the necessary SQL to install all types of database structures that you may need from the database itself, tables, fields, indexes, stored procedures, views, etc., all from a database independent format based on JSON.

Read this article to learn how to use the Scripd package to generate database independent SQL to install your database schema.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (0)   Trackbacks (0)

392. Notable PHP package: PHP PDF to Text

Posted on: 2016-05-23

Many Web applications need to deal with PDF documents and their contents for instance to search for particular text.

However, the PDF format is not easy to analyse and it contains complex structures and often compressed binary data.

The PHP PDF to Text package not only is able to parse the PDF format in pure PHP, but it can also decompress any document objects and extract their page position, making it easy to search PDF documents using only with PHP code, thus without resorting to external programs, special extensions or Web service APIs.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (0)   Trackbacks (0)

391. Detecting Malicious Users behind Anonymous Proxies using IP2Proxy

Posted on: 2016-05-23

Proxy servers are used by many users to bypass Web site restrictions. Sometimes malicious users are hiding behind proxies to commit fraud because a third party anonymous server is hiding their real location.

Fortunately it is possible to detect when users are behind proxies by looking up their IP address using IP2Proxy databases of known proxies.

Read this article to learn how to use IP2Proxy database to detect when users are behind proxies, so you can take the necessary measures to avoid that those users may cause some kind of harm.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (0)   Trackbacks (0)

390. How to have Access to Multiple Jobs at Top Tech Companies with Indeed Prime

Posted on: 2016-05-19

Many developers dream of working for large companies because that is the their chance to earn big salaries.

However, large companies often resort to specialized recruiting firms to find the right candidates for their jobs.

Read this article to learn about Indeed Prime, which is a specialized recruiting service that many well known big companies use, so you can understand how to have access to those companies top developer jobs.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (0)   Trackbacks (0)

389. Notable PHP package: AMP Remove unused CSS

Posted on: 2016-05-19

AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is a initiative to make the Web user experience for mobile device users faster and smoother and overcome the limitations of bandwidth and latency that mobile networks have.

This package helps providing a better mobile user experience by reducing the need to load excessively large CSS style sheets removing unnecessary or unneeded CSS rules, thus making the necessary CSS rules faster to load and take less device CPU resources to process.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (0)   Trackbacks (0)

388. How PHP 7.1 May Eliminate Frameworks BootStrap Overhead - Lately in PHP podcast episode 71

Posted on: 2016-05-18

One of the greatest performance killers of applications that use large frameworks or libraries the overhead of bootstrap processes that is necessary to initialize the objects of their classes.

The good news is that a new feature called startup snapshot inspired on V8 engine (used by Chrome and Node.js) is being discussed to implement on PHP 7.1, so applications based on those frameworks take less time to startup and run.

The startup snapshot optimiziation was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 71 of the Lately in PHP podcast hangout.

They also talked about many proposals to make PHP 7 type hinting more complete, better text character set detection, PHP attributes similar to annotations, among many other new proposals.

The article also covers the latest enhancements to make PHP Classes package submission much smoother and more rewarding like the new monthly elePHPant prize and printed certificates that Innovation Award winners may get.

This article includes a transcript of the podcast summary.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or read the summary transcript to learn more about these interesting PHP topics.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (4)   Trackbacks (0)

387. Notable PHP package: Corcel (Laravel + WordPress)

Posted on: 2016-05-17

WordPress is certainly one of the most popular and successful PHP based projects that was ever created apart of the PHP language itself, but great part of it is not even written using object oriented programming.

On the other hand Laravel is one of the most recent PHP frameworks that gained great traction supporting MVC and other design patterns.

The Corcel framework brings the world of WordPress to the Laravel developers, so you can write Laravel based applications with the WordPress backend.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (0)   Trackbacks (0)

386. How to Contribute to PHP Development Writing phpt Tests

Posted on: 2016-05-17

The main PHP development comes with test suite that evolved over the years to test all sorts of aspects of the PHP features. The definition of the tests are written in text files in a format called phpt.

Read this article to learn how to create phpt tests, so you can help making PHP a more robust language with the least bugs as possible.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (0)   Trackbacks (0)

385. Get the Coding Job You Want

Posted on: 2016-05-16

Evolving in your career as software developer often means seeking a better job than you have now.

Read this article to learn about 3 important tips that will help you in the journey to get the coding job you want.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (2)   Trackbacks (0)

384. Notable PHP package: PHP Photo Wall Gallery

Posted on: 2016-05-12

Photo walls are useful for Web sites that need to show many images at once in a Web page.

This class can generate photo wall images composed from groups of other images that may have their sizes adjusted to align better in the photo wall.

Another interesting effect provided by this class is the ASCII art rendering of images that appear with colors.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (0)   Trackbacks (0)

  412 - 403   402 - 393   392 - 383   382 - 373   372 - 363   362 - 353   352 - 343   342 - 333   332 - 323   322 - 313   312 - 303   302 - 293   292 - 283   ...   2 - 1  
  All package blogs All package blogs   Blog PHP Classes blog   Blog Planet PHP   Post article Post article