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1. How to Use a Laravel Eloquent Query Filter to Define Which Articles Will Appear in Blog Pages

Updated on: 2023-12-29

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Blog: Laravel Eloquent Query Filter for Article Blogs package blog
Package: Laravel Eloquent Query Filter for Article Blogs

When a developer works on a blog system or any other application that needs to retrieve data to display from a database, the developer needs to create queries that will only retrieve the database records that matter.

When the developer uses the Laravel framework, he may use the Eloquent package to build SQL queries with conditions that define which database table records will be accessed.

Check this package to learn how to use a Laravel Eloquent Query filter class to retrieve the database table records that your application needs.


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1. How to Create a Laravel Service Command to Add New Actions Implemented by a PHP Console Application

Updated on: 2023-12-28

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Blog: Laravel Make Service Command package blog
Package: Laravel Make Service Command

Command classes can be used to develop PHP applications based on the Laravel framework that can be executed from the command line console.

Each command class can process one type of parameter the user passes to the command line application.

This package provides a service that can help generate the initial version of a command class based on a stub class file.


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1. How to Use a PHP Image Map Generator Class to Improve the User Experience of a Web Site

Updated on: 2023-12-27

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Blog: PHP Imagemap Class package blog
Package: PHP Imagemap Class

Image maps are a powerful tool in web development. They can transform static images into interactive experiences by allowing users to click on specific regions, or "hotspots," that link to various actions or URLs.

Applications of image maps range from creating navigation menus and interactive infographics to enhancing geographical maps and product catalogs.

Read this article to learn how to simplify generating image maps using a PHP ImageMap class.


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1. How to Use a Blockchain PHP Script to Perform Base Operations that Can be Used to Implement a Virtual Currency

Updated on: 2023-12-28

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Blog: Blockchain PHP Script package blog
Package: Blockchain PHP Script

Blockchain is a technology that stores a list of data records to keep track of the history of changes in the data.

It can be a set of operations performed on a virtual currency wallet, such as a BitCoin wallet.

Check this package to learn how to use PHP scripts to perform blockchain manipulation records.


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1. How to Use a PHP Game to Help Reporting and Tracking Crimes that Happen in a Region

Updated on: 2023-12-22

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Blog: PHP Game Geolocation package blog
Package: PHP Game Geolocation

Knowing where certain crimes are being committed is helpful for the police to act quickly to avoid more significant damage to the people affected by those crimes.

Allowing the general population of a region to report those crimes helps the police fight those crimes.

This package implements a game that uses Google Maps to let users report crimes committed in a region where they are located. It allows users to add markers to the map to add more details about the crimes being committed.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Server Monitor that Uses IFTTT Service to Process Server Status Changes

Updated on: 2023-12-21

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Blog: IFTTT PHP Server Monitor package blog
Package: IFTTT PHP Server Monitor

Once a site is live, it is essential to monitor the status of the site to ensure it continues to serve its audience as expected, or it is necessary to address issues that may arise and make the site stop working.

Issues that may sometimes happen may be related to security compromises or slowness.

PHP can check if a remote site works well by sending an HTTP request to check the server response.

This package provides a script that can monitor the status of a site server. The hand can notify interested system administrators using the IFTTT service when there is an issue.

This way, system administrators can automate actions to handle site server status changes, such as sending emails or recording events of server status in a database.


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1. How to Use the PHP Address Validation Class to Validate and Parse Addresses using USPS API v3

Updated on: 2023-12-20

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Blog: PHP USPS API Address Validation package blog
Package: PHP USPS API Address Validation

Sending physical product orders requires that the destination address be correct. Address spelling mistakes may be expensive because shipping costs must be paid again when products bounce due to incorrect destination addresses.

One way to avoid address spelling mistakes is to help the customer verify the address before shipping the product.

Read this article to see an example code and learn how to use the USPS Address Validator package to verify an address before shipping a product using the USPS service.


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1. How to Use a Laravel Stripe Integration Package to Accept Payments for Products or Services in a PHP Site

Updated on: 2023-12-19

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Blog: Laravel Stripe Integration Tutorial package blog
Package: Laravel Stripe Integration Tutorial

Stripe is a well-known payment system many sites worldwide use to accept and process payments for products and services sold on those sites.

Many sites written in PHP are developed using the Laravel framework.

This package provides a controller class based on the Laravel framework to process payments using Stripe.

PHP developers can use the payment controller class provided by this package to add support to accept payments for products or services on sites they developed using the Laravel framework.


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1. How to Create a Simple PHP CRUD Application using MySQL to Store Records in a Database

Updated on: 2023-12-18

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Blog: PHP CRUD Application package blog
Package: PHP CRUD Application

Many PHP applications provide a user interface to perform common operations on records of information stored in a database.

These operations are usually called CRUD: Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete.

This package provides a simple example of creating a PHP CRUD application using a base class to access a MySQL database.

Then, specific classes can use the base class to implement functions that perform each of the CRUD operations that your application needs.

Read below to learn more about this package and how to implement your CRUD applications without writing too much PHP code.


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1184. How PHP DomDocument Class Will Be Improved in PHP 8.4 to Parse and Serialize Better HTML5 Documents

Updated on: 2024-01-05

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Until PHP 8.3, PHP developers can use the DOMDocument class to parse HTML pages and files to process them helpfully for their PHP applications.

For instance, the DOMDocument can extract information from sites only available on the web pages.

Unfortunately, the DOMDocument class implementation is based on the LibXML2 library, which is only ready to parse HTML 4 documents.

Therefore, PHP 8.4 will be improved to use a new parser library that can process HTML5 pages and files to parse pages with types of elements only available in HTML5.

Most modern sites use HTML5 to generate their pages to take advantage of new HTML page elements not supported by HTML 4.

PHP 8.4 will be the next official version that PHP core developers will release, with improved features and better security protection.

Read this short article to see some PHP code and learn how to take advantage of this improvement of PHP 8.4 and when it will be available for you to use in your PHP applications.


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