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1. How Can PHP Sanitize Filename for Windows, Linux and other Systems

Blog: PHP Sanitize Filename String package blog
Package: PHP Sanitize Filename String

When applications need to create files, it is convenient to only use ASCII characters in the file names to avoid portability problems when those files may be used by people that have computers or mobile devices that use different operating systems.

This package can not only replace non-ASCII characters by similar ASCII character versions in a string, but it can also rename a file that has non-ASCII characters to use only similar ASCII characters.


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1. How to Create a PHP Chat Server Implementing an API for Web and Mobile Chat Clientes

Blog: PHP Chat API package blog
Package: PHP Chat API

Many sites need a chat system to allow exchanging message between users or chat with the site support people.

This package implements an API for a chat system that can be used to exchange messages between people on a regular browser using JavaScript or a mobile version of the site application to communicate with the API.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Review and Rating System

Blog: R8 PHP Review System package blog
Package: R8 PHP Review System

One way to improve the utility of a Web site that publishes content or displays products for sale, is to add user contributed reviews, ratings and recommendations to the site pages.

This package provides classes and traits that can be used by classes to easily integrate forms to take those user reviews, ratings and recommendations to a Web site with content generated by those classes.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Feedback System to Let Web Site Users Help Your Business

Blog: PHP User Feedback System package blog
Package: PHP User Feedback System

Feedback is a very important means to help business owners that have Web sites to learn from their customers how their businesses can be improved.

This package provides a complete solution to record user feedback in the form of comments and Web site pages screenshots, assign managers to deal with customers themselves, generate reports, etc..


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1. How Can PHP Generate QR Code or Bar Code from a Web page

Blog: PHP Barcode and QRCode Reader and Generator package blog
Package: PHP Barcode and QRCode Reader and Generator

Nowadays, barcodes are very popular to identify codes that are attached to products and services to be provided physically.

This package provides an application can be used to read and print barcodes and qrcodes using a Web browser.


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2. How Can a PHP PSR-3 Logger be Used to Display Server Side Debug Information in a Browser Console Window

Blog: XLogger PHP PSR Logger package blog
Package: XLogger PHP PSR Logger

PSR-3 is a PHP Standards Recommendation that defines an interface for logging application events.

This package implements a PSR-3 compliant logging solution that allows logging PHP application events using HTTP response headers that can be processed by file browser extensions, so PHP developers can see debug information in the browser console.


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1. PSR-3 logging in a PHP application

Blog: XLogger PHP PSR Logger package blog
Package: XLogger PHP PSR Logger

Logging within an application or module is one of the overarching tasks that is usually required regardless of the purpose of the component. Be it to log error messages or certain events during the process runtime, or to record information during debugging.

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1. How to Find Proxy Servers with PHP to Send a Request to Another Server

Blog: Tor PHP Get Proxy List package blog
Package: Tor PHP Get Proxy List

Sometimes it is necessary to work around network constraints and use a proxy server to send HTTP requests to remote server.

A PHP script can be used to send any HTTP requests via a given server.

If you do not have access to a your own proxy server, you can try using the Proxy IP List site to find available servers.


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1. How to Create a Shopping Cart with a Flexible PHP Discount System?

Blog: Flexible PHP Coupon System package blog
Package: Flexible PHP Coupon System

Many e-commerce sites were developed in PHP to sell products and services.

Giving temporary discounts is a form to boost sales just to a few potencial customers. One way to give discounts is to share discount coupons codes.

Here you can learn more about how can you implement a shopping cart discount system that provides the flexibility that you need.


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1. How Can PHP Strict Types Help Preventing Bugs When Migrating to PHP 7 or PHP 8

Blog: Stern PHP Type Safety package blog
Package: Stern PHP Type Safety

Strict type support allows PHP to check if the types of values passed to functions are of the expected type.

This possibility makes it easier for developers to catch bugs in code that pass the wrong types of values to strict functions.

Strict type support was introduced in PHP 7. To make older projects take advantage of strict types, you need to migrate those projects to PHP 7 to take advantage of this and other PHP 7 features.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to perform a smooth migration of older projects to PHP 7, so you can use strict types without introducing backwards incompatible changes that could cause more bugs to appear in your projects.


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