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315. Create Microsoft Word DOCX files from HTML in PHP Part 1: Simple Example

Posted on: 2015-10-01

Many PHP applications require to export documents in Microsoft Word formats. However, most PHP developers only have experience in generating HTML Web pages.

Read this article to learn how to quickly create Microsoft Word DOCX format using HTML templates.


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9. Get Twitter Direct Message Images in PHP with the OAuth API

Posted on: 2015-09-30
Blog: PHP OAuth Library API package blog
Package: PHP OAuth Library API

Twitter API allows applications to access users' direct messages but if you want to download images or other media associated with those direct messages, there is no specific API call to do so.

Direct messages are private, so there is no public URL to access the direct messages' images without using OAuth or you are a real logged user accessing Twitter via a browser.

Read this article to learn how to download images that belong to direct messages using authenticated requests with this PHP OAuth client class.


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2. Starting Long Server PHP Scripts and Monitor their Status Part 2: Solving the Problem with Classes

Posted on: 2015-09-28
Blog: Asynchronous Long Server Tasks package blog
Package: Asynchronous Long Server Tasks

In the first part of this article we have presented a solution to start tasks from PHP that take a long time to finish.

Read this article to learn how to implement the solution with the PHP class package named "Asynchronous Long Server Tasks".


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314. PHP Articles and Book Reviews Report September 2015 Edition

Posted on: 2015-09-23

This is the September edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles and Book Reviews published recently.

They commented on articles about creating PHP extensions in C to manipulate arrays, making better reuse of PHP code with traits, the benefits of using Git in your projects, performing sentiment analysis on text, and calculating periodical events.

They also commented on books about Node.js for PHP developers, learning PHP with MySQL and JavaScript and Laravel 5 Essentails.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn more about these PHP articles and book reviews.


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1. Starting Long Server PHP Scripts and Monitor their Status Part 1: The Theory

Posted on: 2015-09-22
Blog: Asynchronous Long Server Tasks package blog
Package: Asynchronous Long Server Tasks

Typical HTTP requests take no more than a few seconds. By default PHP limits script execution to 30 seconds. However, sometimes you need to execute tasks that much longer.

Read this article to learn how to start long tasks without making the user wait and still give progress information of a long task running on the server side.


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2. Creating an AJAX based PHP Shopping Cart Part 2: Removing Items and Checkout

Posted on: 2015-09-21
Blog: Shopping Cart package blog
Package: Shopping Cart

The first part of this tutorial article covered the importance of shopping carts in sites that sell products and how to make a simple shopping cart that can add products from a database via an AJAX based Web interface.

Read this part of the article to learn how to perform other important operations like removing products or empty the shopping cart and how to proceed to the checkout.


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313. PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report September 2015 Edition - June 2015 nominees

Posted on: 2015-09-17

This is the September edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the outstanding features of all the past month nominees and winners PHP and JavaScript packages, the prizes that the authors earned, starting with the nominees from the month of June 2015.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn why the nominated packages were considered to be innovative.


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2. Improving Your PHP Code Performance Part 2: Tuning with Preemptive Caching

Posted on: 2015-09-15
Blog: PHP Preemptive Cache package blog
Package: PHP Preemptive Cache

One way to improve the performance of slow scripts is to use caching techniques to minimize the time to retrieve data that takes a long time to compute.

Read this article to learn how to apply the Preemptive Cache class in practice to optimize the performance of scripts that retrieve data from databases.


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312. PHP 7.1 Features PCO for Cryptography like PDO is for Database - Lately in PHP podcast episode 63

Posted on: 2015-09-14

A recent proposal for PHP 7.1 aims to create a new extension named PCO (PHP Cryptography Objects) for data encryption, decryption, signing, etc.. It will be like what PDO (PHP Database Objects) is for database access.

The discussion about the PCO extension was one the main topics commented by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 63 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also commented on other PHP 7.1 features in discussion like having visibility modifiers for class constants, shorter closure function declarations, and having random value generation functions throwing exceptions.

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


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1. Creating an AJAX based PHP Shopping Cart Part 1: Building the Cart

Posted on: 2015-09-09
Blog: Shopping Cart package blog
Package: Shopping Cart

Many sites need to sell products online. There are many PHP e-commerce platforms but when you need something simple and easy, such platforms may be too much to adapt for your needs.

Read this article to learn how to implement a shopping cart that you can easily customize using PHP and a MySQL database to let your users view and pick the products they want to buy with fast user interface based on AJAX.


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