PHP Classes blog

Recommend this page to a friend!

Latest PHP Classes blog posts

  All package blogs All package blogs   Blog PHP Classes blog   Post article Post article  
  1375 - 1366   ...   215 - 206   205 - 196   195 - 186   185 - 176   175 - 166   165 - 156   155 - 146   145 - 136   135 - 126   125 - 116   115 - 106   105 - 96   ...   5 - 1  

149. New PHP Version Fork

Updated on: 2011-06-15

Posted on:

A fork is a new version of a project that a separate group of developers that want to give the project a different route.

A new PHP forked version was created by Robert Eisele to address needs that he felt were important.

Read this article to know in more detail about this PHP fork.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (9)   Trackbacks (1)

148. Is PHP 5.4 really coming soon? - Lately in PHP podcast episode 12

Updated on: 2011-06-14

Posted on:

Slowly, PHP core developers are moving on towards the release of PHP 5.4.

On the episode 12 of the Lately in PHP podcast, Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert discuss the latest developments and what is still stalling the progress of the developments needed to make PHP 5.4 happen.

They also discuss the polemic around an article on whether Chrome is still not as good as Firefox for Web development.

Listen to the podcast or read the transcript now to learn more of when PHP 5.4 is expected to be released and about other interesting subjects.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (1)   Trackbacks (0)

147. Top 10 Reasons Why Firefox is still Better than Chrome for Web Development

Updated on: 2011-05-19

Posted on:

Sometime ago many of us, Web developers, have switched from using Firefox to Google Chrome because of important features like speed.

Now that Firefox 4 was launched it addressed some of the issues we had with past versions, thus making it better at least for Web development.

This article explains some of the top reasons why Firefox is still a better browser than Google Chrome to aid in our Web development work.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (50)   Trackbacks (1)

2. How to Read Your Inbox Retrieving Email Messages using PHP from Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo via POP3

Updated on: 2017-02-11

Posted on:

Blog: POP3 e-mail client package blog
Package: POP3 e-mail client

Nowadays, most Web mail sites provide POP3 support, so you can retrieve your mailbox messages using PHP or any other language.

However, each system uses different ports and encryption configuration that you need to know in order to access them.

This article provides information on the details of accessing the messages on some of the most popular Web mail systems via POP 3.

It also provides a solution to a common problem, which is how to retrieve only the newly received messages when you never delete messages from the mailbox.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (21)   Trackbacks (0)

146. Is Cloud the Right Solution to Host PHP Sites? - Lately in PHP podcast episode 11

Updated on: 2011-05-01

Posted on:

Given the latest problems that occurred in sites that are based on cloud hosting services, Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert discuss if the current breed of cloud services are the right solution to host PHP sites.

They also comment on the JavaScript Professionals Directory and the JavaScript jobs board which were recently launched to address the increasing demand of developers from companies that have JavaScript job openings.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (4)   Trackbacks (0)

145. JavaScript jobs for developers in the JavaScript Professionals directory

Updated on: 2011-04-26

Posted on:

Maybe you are already aware, but in case you aren't, the JavaScript Professionals Directory was just launched.

It is similar to the PHP professionals directory in PHPClasses site, except that it is dedicated to list JavaScript professionals available for hiring.

Developers that sign-up there may get JavaScript job offers of their interest. It is a free service. Companies looking for JavaScript developers may also post JavaScript job offers for free. There are already a few jobs posted there.

This is an small notice telling more about what is this initiative.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (3)   Trackbacks (0)

144. PHP built-in Web server, PHP 5.3.6 and PHP.JS - Lately in PHP podcast episode 10

Updated on: 2014-02-15

Posted on:

PHP is going to come with a built-in Web server, so you will no longer need Apache or any other Web server software to run PHP applications. This is the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert in the episode 10 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also discuss other topics of interest to the PHP world, like the PHP 5.3.6 security bug fix release and the PHP.JS project, which is a JavaScript library that provides the same functions of PHP to write JavaScript applications.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (2)   Trackbacks (4)

2. The Fastest Ways to Deliver Email in PHP

Updated on: 2013-04-21

Posted on:

Blog: MIME E-mail message sending package blog
Package: MIME E-mail message sending

There are several ways to send e-mail messages in PHP. When you need to send many e-mail newsletters as fast as you can, it matters to understand which way is the fastest.

This article describes the different ways to send e-mail in PHP and comments which one would be fastest depending on your circumstances.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (13)   Trackbacks (0)

8. Validating PHP Form Inputs Depending Other Inputs

Updated on: 2017-02-13

Posted on:

Blog: PHP Forms Class with HTML Generator and JavaScript Validation package blog
Package: PHP Forms Class with HTML Generator and JavaScript Validation

Sometimes you have PHP generated pages with forms that have fields which you may want to validate or not depending on the state of other fields.

This article tells how you can easily implement conditional validation logic by explaining how to make one field be validated only if a radio or checkbox is site or some other special custom logic that you need to implement.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (3)   Trackbacks (0)

143. Is PHP really loosing popularity for Python and C#? PHP Innovation Award of 2010 - Lately in PHP podcast episode 9

Updated on: 2011-08-31

Posted on:

The winner of the PHP Programming Innovation Award was announced. Rochak Chauhan was invited for an interview to talk about his award on episode 9 of the Lately in PHP podcast, hosted as usual by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert.

The three also discuss the latest developments of the TIOBE programming languages ranking. The latest numbers seem to suggest that languages like Python and C# are gaining popularity supposedly at the expense of an apparent loss of interest on PHP.


Blog More ...   Post a comment Post a comment   See comments See comments (8)   Trackbacks (4)

  1375 - 1366   ...   215 - 206   205 - 196   195 - 186   185 - 176   175 - 166   165 - 156   155 - 146   145 - 136   135 - 126   125 - 116   115 - 106   105 - 96   ...   5 - 1  
  All package blogs All package blogs   Blog PHP Classes blog   Post article Post article  
For more information send a message to info at phpclasses dot org.