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13. How Can the PHP OAuth Client Class Support New OAuth Servers

Blog: PHP OAuth Library package blog
Package: PHP OAuth Library

OAuth is a flexible protocol that allows accessing APIs on behalf of users of a given service.

Despite OAuth is a standard, accessing a new OAuth server requires to create custom code to access the respective API or configure a generic OAuth client like this PHP OAuth client class to adapt its behaviour to access OAuth server using specific configuration values.

Read this article to learn how to support a new OAuth server just by adding a few lines to the JSON configuration file that this PHP OAuth client users.


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1. How to Debug PHP Code with Better Highlighting to Locate Important Issues Easier in Debug Logs

Blog: urp package blog
Package: urp

Debugging applications is a common activity that many developers perform in order to find and fix issues in their code.

As part of the debugging activity, displaying values of variables in certain parts of the code that has issues, is an essential part of the developer work.

This class provides a solution to display variable values that can format the values in a colored way to highlight different parts of the values.

The class can also display the name of the section of the code that is being inspected by showing that name near the values of the variable being displayed, as if it was the name of a function that is calling some code passing the variable value as parameter.


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1. How to Use a PHP License System to Sell Licenses of PHP Applications to Your Customers

Blog: PHPLicengine API package blog
Package: PHPLicengine API

When you to live from your software work, one way to make money in a fair way, is to sell licenses to different customers.

Read this short tutorial article to learn how to use the PHP Licengine API to create and distribute your PHP software products with a license for each customer.


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1. How to Scale MySQL using Docker Containers Setup by PHP to Implement MySQL Replication with Apache Kafka

Blog: PHP MySQL Replication to Kafka Docker package blog
Package: PHP MySQL Replication to Kafka Docker

Docker is an useful tool that is use to assemble containers that can run with specific software on a server.

When you need to scale an application that uses MySQL, replication is one of the possible solutions that can be used to distribute the database server load among different servers.

Using docker you can assemble a solution for creating multiple MySQL server instances.

This PHP package can be used to manage MySQL replication events in docker contains using Apache kafka.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Long Running Process that Uses Linux Systemd to Monitor the Process State

Blog: PHP Systemd Daemon Notify package blog
Package: PHP Systemd Daemon Notify

Systemd is a set of software blocks that makes part of current Linux distributions to help building tools that perform tasks that can take a long time to finish, like for instance sending newsletters to many subscribers.

Read this article to learn how you can take advantage of the systemd software to simplify the implementation of your own long running PHP processes.


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1. How to Quickly Implement an API using a PHP OpenAPI Parser that Can Generate Routes to Forward Requests to Command Handler Classes

Blog: PHP OpenAPI Dispatcher package blog
Package: PHP OpenAPI Dispatcher

OpenAPI is an opensource specification that lets you define an API from a description file. Using tools available online that support OpenAPI, you can test and validate your API very quickly.

Read this tutorial to learn how you can quickly implement an API from an OpenAPI specification file and command handler classes that you develop to handle the API requests without much development effort.


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1. How to Implement PHP Jira API to Access to Projects Hosted in the Jira Platform

Blog: Mezon PHP Jira API client package blog
Package: Mezon PHP Jira API client

Jira is a well known project management platform that helps many developers to manage projects within a team.

This package provides a solution inquire details of projects managed inside the Jira platform from a PHP application.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Bootstrap Form Generator Reading its Configuration from a JSON File

Blog: PHP JSON Form Generator for Bootstrap package blog
Package: PHP JSON Form Generator for Bootstrap

Many applications need to present forms in their pages to request that their users enter data relevant to the application.

One way to provide nice and modern presentation of the forms in the Web pages, is to use the Bootstrap CSS library.

This class provides a solution that can read a JSON configuration file with the definition of the form inputs and other details, like for instance, the Bootstrap CSS classes that should be used to render the forms.

This way, a developer can define both the form inputs and their presentation details in a single configuration file.


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1. How Can PHP Read HTTP Response Headers of a Remote Site to Test if It is Working Well

Blog: PHP HTTP Headers Information package blog
Package: PHP HTTP Headers Information

Sometimes it is necessary to check if a remote site is working as expected.

One way to perform such kind of check is to send a HTTP request to the site URL and verify if it responds the way that it is expected when the site is working well.

Read this short tutorial article to learn how to quickly check a remote site retrieving the HTTP header responses.


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1. How to Implement a Laravel JSON API that Only Allows Clients that Request JSON Responses

Blog: Laravel JSON Request Validation package blog
Package: Laravel JSON Request Validation

There are certain types of applications, like for instance APIs, that only serve data values as responses.

JSON is nowadays a common format to serve HTTP responses with data values represented as text.

When an API application is only meant to serve JSON based responses, it is useful to refuse serving requests from clients that are not ready to take JSON based responses, like for instance requests from regular browsers that expect HTML pages.

This package provides a solution that can be used in Laravel based applications to refuse serving HTTP requests from clients that are not ready to handle JSON based responses.


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