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468. Notable PHP package: PHP Safe Image Preview

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Some sites need to receive images from users that may not be safe for displaying to non-adults.

In this case it may be better to avoid showing those images to children. However, when you don't know if the user is not an adult, it would be better to show an obfuscated version of the image.

This class can use an API to determine if an image is not safe for showing to non-adults. It can also return a blurred version when it is the case, thus avoid showing the image explicitly.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


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467. You have doing PHP iteration the wrong way!

Updated on: 2016-10-12

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Never loop through a problem that should be solved by iteration.

Read this opinion article to understand why using iterators is a better idea than using loops in PHP.


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466. Notable PHP package: BurgeATS

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Many developers work for companies that have many times of needs but all those that have customers that need to provide support, often need a platform to keep track of their customer contacts and support requests.

This package implements an extensive solution to keep track of the customer information as in a CRM, as well the details of their support tickets and their status.

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465. PHP Articles Report September 2016 Edition

Updated on: 2016-10-07

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This is the September edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles published recently.

They commented on articles about logging events and show them with nice graphs, getting currency exchange rates for the present or any past date, getting PHP jobs in high growth companies, using error monitoring services, generating SQL to install database schemas, and several articles and videos to help developers create software product businesses.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn more about these PHP articles.


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464. Notable PHP package: Mask

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Template engines are frequently used in PHP applications to generate Web pages or some kind of other output from template files or strings, as they make it easy to separate login from presentation code.

Usually you use a component that processes a template file or a string and replaces some variables with values passed to the template engine.

This package provides an alternative approach by using a trait that can be used by any class. The template variables are replaced by the values of class variables or return values of class functions with the same names.

This way developers can easily turn templates into classes of their own that they can call to generate their applications output.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


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1. Encrypt form data without SSL in PHP

Updated on: 2016-10-05

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Blog: PHP Form Encryption package blog
Package: PHP Form Encryption

Encryption is not just for large corporations. Small businesses and nonprofit organizations also need to protect their information, not just due to commercial or industrial concerns, but also about personal data that should be protected to enforce laws in many countries.

However, the ideal solution, which is to use SSL/TLS encryption is not always available in all scenarios.

Read this tutorial to learn how to implement encrypted form data exchange without depending on the availability of SSL/TLS connections.


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463. Notable PHP package: PHP Google Maps Time Zone Convert

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Some applications need to be able to show the time for a certain event in the current user time zone. The time zone depends on the geographic location of the user.

The location of the user may be determined from the user IP address by using a geo IP database or Web service.

So, if you have the user location coordinates, you can use the Google Maps API to determine what is the user time zone.

This package can call determine the time zone of a location precisely calling the Google maps API.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


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462. How to Get Investors for Your Software Product Business: Part 1

Updated on: 2016-10-03

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Many developers gave up on their dreams of creating their own software product business because they feel they need to obtain an investment but they do not know how to do it.

The good news is that investment is often not necessary until you have already of a business generating revenue. Until then you can work on your software product without having to invest from your own pocket.

Watch this video to learn what is the role of the investors, the different types of investors that exist, and what type of investment you need to seek depending on the phase of your project.


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461. Lately in PHP in Livecoding.tv - Lately in PHP podcast episode 75

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Livecoding.tv is a live streaming site that allows developers to stream themselves working on code of their projects. The episode 75 of the Lately in PHP podcast 75 is the first episode to be streamed using livecoding.tv presented by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins as always.

In this episode thei also talked about the PHP proposals for immutable objects, searching for text on the beginning and end of strings, disallowing null object parameters in the get_class call, removing UTF-8 to ISO Latin 1 conversion functions and deprecate bundling PEAR/PECL and replace with composer/pickle.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn more about these interesting PHP topics.


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460. Notable PHP package: ITE Logger

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PSR-3 is a standards recommendation that defines a common interface to implement logger classes.

This package implements the PSR-3 logger interface using several types of classes, as well a class and a trait that allows using multiple nested loggers.

It also provides a stream wrapper that allows developers to write to logs using regular file access functions.

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