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1. How to Make a PHP SQL Server Connection on Linux using the Same Code to Access the Database Server from Windows

Blog: PHP SQLSRV Linux package blog
Package: PHP SQLSRV Linux

The Microsoft SQL Server is a popular database server often used by many companies that prefer to use Microsoft based products.

The sqlsrv PHP extension is the usual means to access a Microsoft SQL Server database under Windows. However this extension does not exist for the Linux operating system.

This package provides a solution based dblib driver for the PDO extension to access Microsoft SQL Server databases from a Linux installation.

It also provides functions that emulate the sqlsrv extension functions on Linux, so the same PHP application code can run either in Windows and Linux.


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1. How to Perform PHP Form Human Check using a Pad with Codes for Users to Demonstrate They Are Not Robots

Blog: PHP Login Pad Class package blog
Package: PHP Login Pad Class

Some times it is necessary that applications verify if a user accessing the site is a real human, rather than a robot script that its trying to abuse from the system resources.

This class provides a solution that consists of a key pad that displays on a Web page. Then the users need to click or touch on keys that appear on the screen to demonstrate that they are real humans to enter the right codes by the right order.

This way this solution can work well on computers on which people can use the mouse to point and click in the buttons in the right order with the codes that appear on the page.

It also works well on devices with a touch screen like mobile phones, tablets or computers with a touch screen, as the users just need to touch the buttons to achieve the same effect as clicking on the buttons with the mouse.


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1. Introduction on How to Implement a Basic PHP Script SEO Report for Your Web Site

Blog: PHP Website SEO Tools package blog
Package: PHP Website SEO Tools

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a set of practices that can help a regular Web site page to improve its quality and relevance, so it becomes more useful to as many users as possible that are searching for content on search sites like Google.

Read this short article to learn how you can start implementing basic PHP script that generates a SEO report, so you can evaluate if you are applying some of the recommended SEO practices.


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1. How to Implement PHP Physical Test of Structures by Processing Accelerograms

Blog: Dynamic PHP SDOF Class package blog
Package: Dynamic PHP SDOF Class

An accelerogram is a recording of ground activity that can be used to monitor possible earthquakes that may be going on.

This class can analyse accelerogram data to produce charts that help evaluating how physical structures are able to handle the forces that may be propagating during the activity of earthquakes.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Page Counter System that Can Track the Accesses of Users to Many Pages in a Site

Blog: fanKounter PHP Counter Script package blog
Package: fanKounter PHP Counter Script

Web page counters are traditional way of showing how popular a page is by the means of elements that appear on a page that show the count of accesses that a page had so far.

This package implements a complex page counter solution to simplify the tracking of page access count in a reliable way that can be used to track the accesses of many pages at once.

It can also show useful statistics for site managers in a private way.


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1. How to Implement a SOAP Server Example using Your Own Classes to Generate the Request Responses

Blog: Cloud King PHP SOAP Server package blog
Package: Cloud King PHP SOAP Server

SOAP is a mature protocol to implement Web services based on the exchange of XML messages.

Setting up a server to implement SOAP based Web services is not a simple task.

This package simplifies that task by allowing the customization of the functionality of the SOAP Web services be implemented in an easier way.

It just requires writing simple PHP classes that define how the Web service functions should respond.


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1. How to Implement PHP Secure Information Transmission Using Shamir Encryption Algorithm

Blog: Shamir PHP Class package blog
Package: Shamir PHP Class

Shamir is an algorithm that can be used to exchange secret data by exchanging encrypted data split in several parts.

This class provides an PHP implementation of the Shamir algorithm, so it can be used to transmit and receive secret data in a secure way.


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1. How to Quickly Build CodeIgniter Admin Panel with User Management

Blog: CodeIgniter Admin Panel with User Management package blog
Package: CodeIgniter Admin Panel with User Management

Often applications need to implement panels to let administrators control several aspects of those applications.

You can use any framework to add an administration panel to your application but you still need to develop a lot of code if you start from scratch.

Read this short tutorial article to learn how to quickly create an administration panel using the CodeIgniter Admin Panel package.


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1. How to Access PHP Class Constructor Optional Parameters that May Be Variable

Blog: PHP Class Constructor with Parameters package blog
Package: PHP Class Constructor with Parameters

PHP classes can have constructor functions that are called once a class object is created.

Like other types of functions, constructor functions can have a variable number of parameters.

This class demonstrates how to handle class constructor function calls by storing all the parameters in a way that they can be accessed later, regardless of the number of the parameters that were passed.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Command Line Tool with Auto-Complete Support for the Argument Values

Blog: PHP Readline Function with Auto-Complete package blog
Package: PHP Readline Function with Auto-Complete

Sometimes it is necessary to execute commands from the console command line to execute maintenance tasks in the server on which a PHP application is running.

Some of those tasks as run by typing the name of commands and their parameters in the console. For us humans it is hard to remember all the names of the commands their parameter names.

This package can help to remember the command parameters by allowing to type the commands and provide auto-complete aid to help remember the right name of the parameters.


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