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340. PHP Tutorial to Detect User Location by IP address With IP2Location Web Service

IP2Location provides a free LITE database to find the location of Web site users given their computer IP address. However, this requires that the database be installed on the Web site server and be updated regularly.

An alternative is to access a Web service provided by IP2Location to obtain the same geolocation information always up to date without need to install any database in the local server.

Read this article to learn how to use the IP2Location GeoLocation Web service.


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336. PHP Tutorial to Detect User Location from the IP address With IP2Location Geolocation

Sometimes it is necessary to determine the user geographic location for instance to serve more appropriate content. One way to do it is to determine the location associated to the IP address of his computer. IP2Location provides a free solution for this using the IP2Location Lite database.

Read this article to learn how to detect the user location using the IP2Location Lite database service.


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292. Tapping Into the Untapped User Experience: Combining User Analytics and Feedback In One Essential Tool

With the speed at which technology is changing and advancing, it is disappointing that as developers and designers we still can’t get the big picture of our site’s user experience.

On the one hand, there are many great Web analytics tools out there today that measure user behavior. There are also many popular customer feedback tools that help to understand the voice of the customer. But fusing these two disparate pieces of information into one concise tool is a largely untapped area in our industry.

As a developer, more tools means more headaches and more overhead. As a designer, you need several key data points to create better sites and solutions around your users, but this data can be hard to find and take action on when you need to use a handful of independent tools and draw insights from them yourself.

Read this article to learn about a powerful new approach to understanding the whole user experience and how to improve it with Hotjar, an all-in-one analytics and feedback tool.


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275. Readying PHP 7 for its Release - Lately in PHP podcast episode 58

According to the proposed PHP 7.0 timeline, on March 16 started a period on which there will be only finalization and testing of the implementation of proposed features.

This was one the main topics commented by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 58 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also commented on important approved features like the scalar type hinting, exceptions in the engine, anonymous classes, and the proposal to have consistent function names.

They also talked about interesting articles like one about urgent maintenance tasks site owners need to perform, improving MongoDB applications with Symfony listeners and creating PHP daemon services.

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


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272. Team Communication Starts with HipChat

HipChat combines every communication method you’d ever need—IM, group chat, screen sharing, file sharing, link sharing, video and voice calling—into a single solution.

Working remotely, working across time zones, and working with the person right next to you becomes infinitely simpler and more efficient. Find out more.


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254. How your PHP Programming Style Can Hurt Your Code Performance - Lately in PHP podcast episode 54

The recent article of Anthony Ferrara explaining how disabling garbage collection improved the performance of Composer exposed how certain programming styles can hurt PHP code performance. That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Cesar Rodas in the episode 54 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also discussed proposed features for PHP 7 like built-in annotation support, Unicode character escaping, the removal of PHP 4 constructor style, among other related topics.

Now listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcript to learn about the details of these interesting PHP discussions.


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167. The Easy Way of Running Your MySQL Applications in the Cloud

More and more sites are moving to cloud hosting services to assure a smooth growth path, as the sites require more servers to handle the audience growth.

As a developer, you want to ensure that your database is running smoothly in the cloud, but you do not want to be bogged down by tedious operations and everything else that goes into it, like the manual configuration, optimization, maintenance and development.

Read this article to learn how to connect your PHP app to a cloud database solution to simplify the way you run your database.


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152. Dedicated PHP in Cloud Solution with PHPFog - Lately in PHP podcast episode 13

PHPFog is one of the first Cloud Hosting solutions dedicated specifically to PHP.

On the Lately in PHP podcast episode 13, Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert interview Lucas Carlson, founder and CEO of PHPFog, to tell us about the advantages of using a Cloud Hosting service that is optimized to address needs that are specific to PHP Web sites and applications.

They also comment on the PHP 5.3.6 forked version released by Robert Eisele and the PHP features being voted for inclusion in version 5.4.


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141. PHP 2010 review and 2011 expectations, PHP bug fix releases and Chrome OS relevance - Lately in PHP podcast episode 8

On episode 8 of the Lately in PHP podcast, Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert review the most important happenings of the PHP world in 2010 and what they expect for 2011.

They also comment on the latest PHP bug fix releases and discuss why Chrome OS matters to PHP developers and Web application developers in general.


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