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1. How to Use a PHP Validation Library that Extracts Validation Rules Automatically from PHP Validation Source Code Files

Updated on: 2022-06-20

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Blog: VM PHP Validator Package package blog
Package: VM PHP Validator Package

Validation of data retrieved from external sources like the user input is mandatory in any robust PHP application.

There are many approaches to validating external data.

This package provides an alternative that simplifies the validation process of data passed to classes of objects or returned by those objects.

It uses PHP reflection to minimize the amount of PHP code necessary to validate data passed to classes of objects.

This way, developers reduce the effort to implement robust validation in their PHP applications.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Template Engine For Processing Complex Templates Using Multiple Template Processing Objects

Updated on: 2022-06-17

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Blog: PHP Template Engine Component package blog
Package: PHP Template Engine Component

PHP is often used to process templates that will define the presentation of Web pages.

In some cases, pages can present the content complexly that involves nested sections because they contain internal parts.

The package provides a template engine that can deal with this complexity.

It allows assigning template marks with content resulting from processing other templates by other objects of the template classes provided by this package.

This way, developers simplify complex template processing by splitting the processing between different objects that can process inner parts of the page using multiple template processing objects.


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1. How Can PHP Parse JSON Data from a Post Request in a Secure Way to Avoid Hash DoS Attacks

Updated on: 2022-06-16

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Blog: iaso PHP JSON Parser Library package blog
Package: iaso PHP JSON Parser Library

A Hash DoS attack is a security attack that may affect PHP applications that use arrays or objects to pass parameters from clients to PHP using HTTP request variables.

This vulnerability may affect PHP versions that do not avoid collisions of hash data structures that may take many keys that result in the same hash value to determine how PHP's arrays and objects are stored internally.

PHP provides better alternative methods to store arrays and objects more immune to this vulnerability.

This package implements a parser for JSON strings that uses an alternative method to store values or JSON objects passed to PHP from HTTP requests like those used to call APIs implemented in PHP.


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1. How to Implement a Student Management System to Help Students Plan Their Studies Better

Updated on: 2022-06-15

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Blog: PHP Student Sessions API package blog
Package: PHP Student Sessions API

A successful student needs to be prepared to show that he learned what he is supposed to learn from his teachers.

Usually, an exam presents exercises that the students need to do to prove they learned what teachers expect them to know.

When students have a limited period to study and be prepared to do the exam, they should plan better their studying efforts so they prepare themselves in time for the exam date.

The package provides an API that can generate a study plan with the times and chapters the students need to go through to practice what they learn and pass the exam.


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1. How to Use a PHP Stock Management System to Keep Track of the Groceries that You Have at Home or Need to Buy

Updated on: 2022-06-14

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Blog: PHP HouseHold package blog
Package: PHP HouseHold

Many people need to manage the stock of groceries and other products in their homes to consume.

This way, they can determine when it is necessary to buy more products running out of stock.

This package provides an application that lets them manage the stock of products they consume at home using either a Web interface, an API from a mobile application, or the command line console.


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1. How to Implement an Asynchronous PHP Data Objects Using Swoole to Store and Retrieve Objects Faster

Updated on: 2022-06-13

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Blog: Q PHP Storage Class package blog
Package: Q PHP Storage Class

Swoole is an Open Source project that allows developers to create PHP applications that can execute operations asynchronously and quickly.

This way, applications can execute multiple operations simultaneously in parallel, so a single PHP script can run in less time than the same script would execute using the regular PHP implementation.

This package uses Swoole speed optimization to implement a client that can store objects in a storage container managed by a server executed using Swoole.

This package can store and retrieve data objects faster than using traditional types of databases used by PHP developers that require clients to wait until the database access queries finish before the PHP scripts move to execute the next operation in the same PHP script.


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1. How to Create a Memes PHP Script to Generate Funny Images using a PHP Class

Updated on: 2022-06-10

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Blog: PHP Memes Generator package blog
Package: PHP Memes Generator

A meme is a way to propagate a situation that often is funny. Funny images usually represent a Meme that describes that situation.

This package can generate meme images from base images and funny texts.

This way, you can generate lovely mime images that others may consider funny and like you more for making them enjoy the comical situation and become happier.


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1. How to Use PHP Eloquent Model Classes in PHP Applications that Use the CodeIgniter Framework

Updated on: 2022-06-09

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Blog: Codeigniter Eloquent ORM package blog
Package: Codeigniter Eloquent ORM

CodeIgniter is a popular PHP framework used by many developers to implement PHP applications following a consistent development method.

Eloquent ORM is a PHP package that can map model classes to database table records to store application data objects.

Often the Eloquent ORM is used in PHP applications that use the Laravel framework.

This package demonstrates that PHP developers can learn how to use the Eloquent ORM model class objects in a CodeIgniter application.


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1. How You Can Debug PHP Online Using a Web Page and without Installing Server Side Extensions

Updated on: 2022-06-08

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Blog: XR PHP Debugger Online package blog
Package: XR PHP Debugger Online

Most PHP developers need to debug their code as part of the development work to ensure it works well as expected.

PHP provides debugging functions that have limited capabilities.

There are alternative solutions based on PHP extensions that are hard to install and often required to alter the security protections to debug PHP applications running on production servers.

They often require special effort to integrate with IDE tools that support PHP.

This package provides a better alternative that allows developers to debug their PHP applications.

It allows developers to insert a few lines of code in the PHP applications that they want to debug.

Then developers can access a Web server that provides a user-friendly interface to control the PHP application they want to debug.


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1097. How to Find Slow Requests Using a PHP Performance Monitoring Tool with Laravel or Symfony Applications

Updated on: 2022-06-07

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If you have a site and you notice that it is slow, that is an issue that may affect the user experience, and users may leave the site for that reason.

To solve the slowness problem, first, you need to find the causes that make the site slow before you can start fixing the performance issues.

Read this short article to learn more about how to find and fix slow requests served in your Laravel or Symfony applications using the Scout APM tool for free.


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