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676. Notable PHP package: PHP Retry Library

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Sometimes applications need to wait for conditions that may take some time to happen, like for instance waiting for a given period to pass until you execute a periodic task.

This package can help implementing these tasks that need to be repeated after a given time interval until a certain condition is met.

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675. Notable PHP package: PHP Send Push Notification to Android (FCM)

Updated on: 2018-06-19

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When applications need to send push notifications to Android devices, they can use Google APIs for that purpose.

Previously Google provided the Cloud Messaging API. Now developers can use the Firebase Messaging API for the same purpose. This class is able to use that API to send push notifications to Android device users.

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674. Notable PHP package: random_compat

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PHP 7 introduced a new set of functions that can generate random data that is more suitable for security purposes.

This package provide replacement functions for random_bytes and random_int that also works under PHP 5 as well.

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673. Notable PHP package: PHP PWA Assist

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Service workers are processes associated to a given Web site that can run on the background in the browser to execute some useful procedure usually in JavaScript.

This package can generate the necessary files to implement service workers departing from a configuration file in the XML format.

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671. Notable PHP package: Array Depth

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Arrays are a very popular data type in PHP because they make it easy to associate key names or numbers with the respective values.

They also allow to nest information by storing arrays as key values.

This package can inspect nested arrays and perform several types useful operations like checking if all the stored values is of the same type, compute an unique value from all the array values that can be used as a signature of the array, determine if the array can be used as a table with rows and columns.

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670. Notable PHP package: Attendance Login System

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Many companies have so many employees that they need to have applications to manage employee information.

This package provides a solution to implement many types of actions to manage employee information including keeping track of employee attendance to their workplace.

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669. Notable PHP package: Chronicle

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Blockchains are means to store sequences of blocks of data that have a relation between them.

Nowadays virtual currencies like bitcoin use blockchains to store data related to transactions that involve currency amounts using cryptgraphy to store the block data in a secure way.

This package provides a PHP solution to append data to blockchains stored in a database using PDO.

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668. Notable PHP package: API SQL to JSON

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AJAX is a way to communicate from the browser to a HTTP server that is often used to perform queries about information accessible via an API.

This package can handle AJAX requests sent to a HTTP server using data stored in the JSON format.

It can perform SQL queries to retrieve data stored in a database and translates the data into JSON strings so they can be processed on the browser side easily using JavaScript code.

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667. Notable PHP package: PHP DNS Check Tool

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A DNS is a server hosted in the Internet that can return IP addresses of other computers also on the Internet.

Often computers need to query different DNS servers to obtain the IP addresses of same computers, but since the information may not be synchronized, there may be differences between the record values.

This package can determine if there are differences between the values of given records stored in different DNS servers.

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666. Notable PHP package: PHP Screenshot URL Handler

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Capturing screenshots of Web pages is useful for site developers. It helps understanding how Web site users see their Web site pages. Eventually, that may be useful to discover bugs or issues with the way the pages are presented to the user and that may not be alright.

There are many solutions to capture screenshots of Web pages. Using the Google Page Speed API is often better because internally Google uses the Chrome browser to capture exactly the way pages are presented to users, as if there was a real user seeing a given Web page.

This package uses Google Page Speed API to capture a Web page screenshot, thus taking advantage of its possibilities as described above.

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