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624. Notable PHP package: PHP CSV to DBF

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DBase is an old format for flat file databases. It is more efficient to store and retrieve records of fixed size than for instance CSV files.

This class can convert data from CSV files to the DBase format.

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623. Notable PHP package: FormE

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Creating forms and scripts to handle their processing is a common task that many developers perform, especially for applications meant to manage data stored in a database.

This package can simplify the creation and processing of forms for managing database records using XML to define how forms should be presented and processed.

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622. Notable PHP package: PHP Systemd Daemon Notify

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Systemd is a daemon program running on current Linux systems to manage the execution of daemon programs running on the system.

It helps monitoring the execution of daemon programs by receiving heartbeats that let system know when a daemon is alive or died.

This class helps PHP developers to write daemons in PHP that can be monitored and restarted by systemd and eventually be restarted when necessary.

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621. PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report October 2017 Edition - July 2017 nominees

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This is the September edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the outstanding features of all the past month nominees and winners PHP and JavaScript packages, the prizes that the authors earned, starting with the nominees from the month of June 2017.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn why the nominated packages were considered to be innovative, as well the current rankings of the Innovation Award Championship by author and by country.


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620. Notable PHP package: HTTP2 Server Push PHP Class

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HTTP/2 is a newer version of the HTTP protocol that can make sites much faster by serving many of the resources a page needs by delivering them simultaneously to the user browser.

This class makes it easier to use HTTP/2 server push feature to take advantage of the speed gains when serving a PHP Web site page when it is running on a HTTP/2 server.

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619. Notable PHP package: RabbitMQ Manager

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RabbitMQ is a well known message queuing system. Like other similar systems it provides means to store published messages until they are consumed by applications that need to process them.

This package can be used to manage queues stored on a RabbitMQ system by executing the basic operations to create, list, update and delete queues.

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618. Notable PHP package: System Daemon

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Daemons are programs that can run on the background to execute a kind of service that must be running continuously.

Usually only one instance of a daemon program can be run at a given time.

This class can be used as base of daemon programs written in PHP. It can process parameters passed via the command line to execute actions typical of daemon programs like starting daemons, stopping daemons or handling signals for killing daemon processes that may be running.

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617. Notable PHP package: PHP Migrate Database

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Sometimes PHP applications need to synchronize databases hosted in different locations. However in many cases the information that needs to be synchronized is not the whole information in the database.

This class provides a solution that allows to migrate data of specific tables by specifying conditions that restrict the table records that need to be migrated.

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1. Benefiting from HTTP2 Server Push and other HTTP 2 Performance Advantages in PHP

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HTTP 2 is the newer HTTP protocol version that provides several types of advantages in terms of performance.

Read this article to learn how to take advantage of the HTTP2 Server Push feature to improve the performance of PHP sites.


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616. Notable PHP package: Big Backup maker

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Many sites need to perform backup operations so they can have additional copies of the information and files they need to work correctly.

Taking a backup of data of a site may take a long time, especially when there is a lot of files and data to copy.

When the process takes too long, it may be impossible to complete the whole process during a single run of a PHP script because in many hosting environments a script may only run for a limited length of time and using a limited amount or memory.

This package implements an approach that works around this limitation of running long time PHP scripts. It uses session variables to keep track of the backup progress and output data contents.

Then it redirects the user browser to the same script, so it can resume where the process was suspended as many times as necessary.

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