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1. Laravel Talk Tutorial on How to Implement a Real Time Chat System

Updated on: 2019-10-28

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Blog: Laravel Talk package blog
Package: Laravel Talk

Many sites provide a chat system to allow users to get help from the site support.

Read this article to learn how to implement a real time chat system with this Laravel Chat package in just a few minutes.


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1. How Would You Create Enums in PHP

Updated on: 2019-09-24

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Blog: Div PHP Enum Class package blog
Package: Div PHP Enum Class

Enums, or enumerations, are types of values that can be assigned to a variable with a limited number of possible values.

Until today PHP does not have a native enum type. It offers a very basic implementation using SPL extension, but I prefer to believe that implementation is not ideal.

Alternatively, the Div PHP Enum package provides is a solution for this using classes. Thanks to some interesting features of PHP, you can make a taxonomy (hierarchy of terms) and give behavior to each term similar to what we can achieve using the Java language.

Read read article to learn how you can implement PHP enums using pure PHP code, thus without additional extensions.



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1. Auto-Detect Character Encoding in PHP

Updated on: 2019-09-08

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Blog: Portable UTF-8 package blog
Package: Portable UTF-8

Mostly we are using UTF-8 encoding in our projects and it's working, but if you need to process third party data maybe with unknown encoding it can be painfully. So here comes a auto-detection for this kind of strings.

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1. How to Find the Distance Between Two Points with Given Latitude and Longitude in PHP?

Updated on: 2019-08-26

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Blog: Geodesy PHP package blog
Package: Geodesy PHP

Many applications require to find the distance between places on Earth.

This is a common problem that only requires knowing the geographic coordinates of those points to be solved.

Read this short article to learn how to solve this problem with a small effort using the Geodesy PHP package.

Geodesy-PHP is a PHP port of some known geodesic functions for getting distance from a known point A to a known point B, given their latitude and longitude (good for working out distances between latitude/longitude data provided by Google Maps or any Restful APIs).


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1. PHP: Why we need a template library?

Updated on: 2019-08-10

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Blog: BladeOne package blog
Package: BladeOne

Example of the use of a template library using vanilla's PHP.

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1. How to Use PHP to Create a Link Preview like Facebook

Updated on: 2019-08-08

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Blog: PHP Page Preview package blog
Package: PHP Page Preview

When you submit a post in Facebook that contains a link to an external page, Facebook shows a preview of that page below the post text, so users can see a preview of how it will look link when the post is published.

Read this article to learn how you can implement this feature in a PHP Web site, so you can show previews of posts in your pages that also show how associated external pages look like.


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1. Faster PHP Lazy Loading of Classes with the Newer Version of LGCF Package

Updated on: 2019-05-29

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Blog: PHP LGCF Loader package blog
Package: PHP LGCF Loader

Lazy loading is a well known concept in the programming world to speedup tasks that are more important by retarding less important tasks until they are needed.

The LGCF package is an attempt to implement this concept real for the PHP classes auto-loading, as well for the global functions loading.

Despite the fact that the first version was functional and has even been nominated to the PHP Innovation Awards organized by PHP Classes, its performance was not really up to its potential.

Read this article to know more about how the latest version of this package has drastically been improved to reach 1000% of performance compared to the first one.


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1. How Can PHP Create Secure Password Hash 2019 Way

Updated on: 2019-05-09

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Blog: PHP Argon2 Password Verify package blog
Package: PHP Argon2 Password Verify

As you may know, a hashing is a one-way process to create a string from another string in a way that it is very hard to determine the original string that was used to create the hash because a hashing function only works one way.

Hashing functions are often used before storing passwords to make it hard to guess the original password in case of a security breach.

Read this article to learn more about modern PHP hashing methods that make them hard to break these days.


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1. How to Retrieve Web Pages Faster using PHP CURL Multi for Sending Parallel HTTP Requests

Updated on: 2019-04-25

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Blog: Fast PHP CURL Multiple Requests package blog
Package: Fast PHP CURL Multiple Requests

PHP comes with the Curl extension that among other useful features allows sending multiple requests in parallel to Web servers so it can retrieve Web pages faster.

Read this article to learn how to use the PHP Curl extension and take advantage of the Curl Multi functions using the Fast PHP CURL Multiple Requests package.


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1. Zest PHP Framework Benefits in 2019

Updated on: 2019-01-23

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Blog: Zest package blog
Package: Zest

Many PHP frameworks have been developed to use in PHP applications but sometimes it is not clear what are the benefits of using each one.

Zest is a PHP framework that can help improving the process of building Web applications in PHP.

Read this article to learn why using the Zest Framework is a good idea for all PHP developers, what are the benefits of using it, and what the most useful features that it provides for PHP Web developers.


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