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1. How to Simplify the Creation of a PHP Controller for MVC Applications Using Multiple Action Classes

Blog: Gectrl PHP Generic Controller Class package blog
Package: Gectrl PHP Generic Controller Class

Model-View-Controller (MVC) based applications allow developers to structure their applications in separate classes that have different roles.

This possibility makes it easier to develop and maintain PHP applications.

The package allows to simplify further the implementation of MVC based applications by providing a generic controller class that can call separate classes to implement each type of action that the controller class is configured to handle.


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1. How to Implement a Good PHP Password Recovery Solution Using Reconstitution to Help the User

Blog: Yet Another Hash Package package blog
Package: Yet Another Hash Package

Passwords are a common way to authenticate users that need to access to sensitive information. Unfortunately many users forget their passwords and need to use a method to recover their passwords.

Read this article to learn about how to implement the password recovery method using reconstitution in a PHP based application using password hashing to make it more secure.


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2. How to Use a PHP GUI Framework to Build Desktop Based Applications that Work in Different Operating Systems

Blog: PHP FFI IUP package blog
Package: PHP FFI IUP

The UIP toolkit is a library that can be used to build desktop based graphical user interfaces (GUI) that can work in different operating systems.

This package provides a solution for creating GUI based PHP applications by providing means to call the UIP toolkit library on Linux.


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1. How Can PHP Encrypt String with Key Password that Allows Verifying Data Integrity When It Is Decrypted

Blog: PHP Keyak package blog
Package: PHP Keyak

There are many encryption algorithms that can and encrypt and decrypt data.

The Keyak algorithm goes farther than many other algorithms by providing means to also authenticate the encrypted data.

This allows the recipient of the encrypted data to verify the authenticity of that data when it tries to decrypt the encrypted data that was received.

This package implements a pure PHP based solution to implement the Keyak algorithm to encrypt and decrypt data.


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1. How to Create a PHP CRUD API using CodeIgniter

Blog: Aksara package blog
Package: Aksara

CRUD is a common software implementation approach to implement operations to create, read, update and delete records of data that are usually stored in a database.

This package provides a solution based on the CodeIgniter framework to implement Web based CRUD interfaces, as well APIs that can perform the same set of operations.


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1. How to Implement Simple PHP Encryption Methods with Key

Blog: PHP Encryption Library package blog
Package: PHP Encryption Library

Encrypt and decryption are common processes that we need to use in our applications to protect data that needs to be transmitted or stored in a way that only the intended people or programs can access the original data.

Read this article to learn how to implement simple encryption methods that can be used with just a few lines of code to protect data using a secret key.


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1. How to Generate a PHP Changelog Automatically for a Project

Blog: PHP Conventional Changelog package blog
Package: PHP Conventional Changelog

When a new release of a software project is announced, it is convenient to generate documents that let the project users know what were the changes and other relevant notes about the new project release.

This class can help to automatically generate change log and release note files, so the developers of the project reduce the work that is necessary to finalize the new release of the project.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Luck Draw to Assign Product Prizes to Multiple Winners

Blog: PHP Lucky Draw Game package blog
Package: PHP Lucky Draw Game

Some sites need to implement contests to encourage their users to participate in an activity that is relevant to the site.

The users that participate can win prizes that are drawn based on luck.

This package implements the process of drawing prizes from a a given product list using luck to assign the prizes to the possible winners.


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1. How to Create a PHP HTML Editor Online using CKEditor in a CakePHP Application

Blog: PHP CKEditor Library package blog
Package: PHP CKEditor Library

The CKEditor is a JavaScript components that is used to Web based user interfaces to create and edit HTML documents.

This package provides a solution to integrate the CKEditor in PHP based Web applications that use the the CakePHP framework.


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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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