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1. How to Calculate VAT in PHP for any EU Country

Posted on: 2016-09-28
Blog: PHP VAT Number Check package blog
Package: PHP VAT Number Check

As you may know, VAT is a tax used in European Union countries. It is added to the price of products and services, but the actual percentage of the tax varies from country to country, as well from product to product or service to service.

If you or your clients need to add value-added taxes (VAT) within the European Union or validate VAT numbers, then there is a service available to get the latest rates for each country including rates within reduced rate categories.

You can also use the service to calculate VAT compliant prices for you, or reverse the calculation to get an amount without VAT if it has already been included.

Read this article to learn more about how you can use this service to help determine the VAT taxes to use on different purchases using PHP applications.


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11. Improving the Protection of your PHP OAuth Client Application Against User Account Leaks

Posted on: 2016-09-19
Blog: PHP OAuth Library API package blog
Package: PHP OAuth Library API

When your application needs to call an API with tokens obtained using OAuth, if your application OAuth credentials are stolen, it becomes a security problem that may cause you big headaches.

Read this tutorial to learn about good security practices to minimize the possible damages to your application if your developer user account details in the API site get stolen.


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2. Generating SQL to Execute the Installation of a Database schema from JSON definition

Posted on: 2016-08-31
Blog: Scripd package blog
Package: Scripd

As explained in the first part of this article, it was presented the Scripd library as a means to generate SQL to execute actions to install database schemata.

Read this article to learn how to define common database structures in JSON format to install the schema using DDL SQL generated by Scripd library.


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1. Real time currency exchange rates with PHP

Posted on: 2016-08-11
Blog: PHP Exchange Rate API package blog
Package: PHP Exchange Rate API

Foreign exchange rates for currency are constantly fluctuating from one minute to the next. So those Euro's you have may be worth more, or even less US Dollars throughout the day.

Using the PHP Exchange Rate API we can access real time and historical rates through the currencyLayer API.

Read this article to learn how to retrieve currency exchange rates for many currencies now, as well in paste dates up to the year 2000.


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1. PHP Video Converter Kit ffmpeg

Posted on: 2016-08-09
Blog: PHP Video Converter with ffmpeg package blog
Package: PHP Video Converter with ffmpeg

FFmpeg Extension for Video Processing without any PHP extension

Requirement: For Windows


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1. How to Log Events in Your PHP Application and Show them in a Cool Way

Posted on: 2016-08-04
Blog: PHP Stats Graphs package blog
Package: PHP Stats Graphs

Often Web developers need to log some events of their applications and eventually show them to the visitors in a cool way that they can understand.

Read this tutorial article to learn how you can use the PHP Stats Graphs package to extract statistics of application events and show them in nice vectorial graphics.


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10. Is Your PHP Application Vulnerable to the HTTPoxy Security Exploit?

Posted on: 2016-07-21
Blog: PHP OAuth Library API package blog
Package: PHP OAuth Library API

Recently it was disclosed a security vulnerability called HTTPoxy in Web applications of different languages can be used to perform serious man-in-the-middle attacks (MITM) and disclose sensitive information.

Read this article to learn what is the HTTPoxy vulnerability and how to check if your Web applications are vulnerable.


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1. Why Reactive Programming is the Evolution of Web Development

Posted on: 2016-06-14
Blog: PHP Nuclear Reactor package blog
Package: PHP Nuclear Reactor

Reactive programming is a paradigm that allows applications to be developed in such way that they consume less resources, can respond faster, and deal with much more information.

Read this article to learn more about Reactive programming, how it can be implemented in PHP integrating MVC frameworks.


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1. How to use Corcel Laravel WordPress API to create Web Applications

Posted on: 2016-06-07
Blog: Corcel (Laravel + WordPress) package blog
Package: Corcel (Laravel + WordPress)

WordPress is certainly the most popular PHP application ever. However, many PHP developers do not like to develop on top of its code because it is in great part not based on object oriented code and does not follow the latest PHP framework trends.

Nowadays many developers love newer frameworks like Laravel to build their applications.

The Corcel framework brings the two worlds: WordPress and Laravel or other modern frameworks.

Read this article to learn how you can use the Corcel framework to build applications on the top of WordPress backend.


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1. PHP ORM Pros and Cons

Posted on: 2016-05-31
Blog: Tiny PHP ORM Framework package blog
Package: Tiny PHP ORM Framework

Object-Relational Mapping (aka ORM), as you may know, is an approach to manipulate information in relational databases as if they are objects.

There are many packages that implement different approaches to ORM, each as its own advantages and disadvantages.

Read this article to learn about what things are recommended or not when implementing an efficient ORM package in PHP.


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