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PHP

  • WordPress
    A Walkthrough on Conditional Tags in WordPress: IntroductionConditional tags featured image
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    One of the most important strengths of WordPress is its extensibility. To create such a solid infrastructure, WordPress includes lots of handy sub-systems. One of them is "Conditional Tags", which allow our code to function differently in particular situations.Read More…
  • Laravel
    Introduction to LumenUntitled
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    Have you heard of Lumen yet? If you answered yes, that's great. If you answered no, let me explain to you just what Lumen actually is.Read More…
  • APIs
    Using Social Media to Locate Eyewitnesses to Important EventsPreview
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    Given a time and a place, how might a journalist or law enforcement detective locate potential eyewitnesses to a crime or important event? We'll explore the Instagram and Twitter API to find out.Read More…
  • APIs
    Localize Your Web Application for Any Country With the Google Translate APIPreview
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    By linking Yii's I18n Message/Extract to the Google Translate API, we can automate translation of our application into 63 languages.Read More…
  • Magento
    Custom Widget Development in MagentoMagento
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    For a while now, Magento has been the benchmark set amongst the e­-commerce frameworks available in the market. Credit goes to the plethora of ­rich built-in features it comes with and the extendability of the base framework itself to develop tailor-made extensions. In this tutorial, you'll learn the concept of widgets in Magento and how you can use them. I'll demonstrate how you can create a custom widget, which is a really powerful way to plug ­in extra features in Magento.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Using Custom CapabilitiesUntitled%202
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    We’ve been looking at how to create a simple CRM system in WordPress. In the last part of this series, we explored how to use Roles to restrict User access to parts of the WordPress Administration interface. Today we’ll cover how to restrict access to only the Contacts Custom Post Type using Custom Capabilities.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Creating a Dating Application with Sinch: RESTful APIPreview image@2x
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    In this tutorial, we're going to create a dating application for iOS similar to Tinder. For voice and messaging, we will leverage the Sinch platform, making use of its powerful SDK. In the first part, we will focus on the development of a RESTful API to store and retrieve user information. In the second part, the iOS client will hook into this API to find nearby users based on its current location.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Restricting / Hiding Unused Admin Menu ItemsUntitled%202
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    We’ve been looking at how to create a simple CRM system in WordPress. In the last part of this series, we added code to our plugin which allowed us to search our contacts based on the data stored in Advanced Custom Fields. Today we’ll cover how to restrict access to WordPress Administration Menu items.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Why You Shouldn’t Code URLs in Themes or Plugins—and the WordPress Functions to Use InsteadUrl functions wordpress
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    Hard-coding URLs into your themes and plugins is a risky thing to do—but the good news is, you don't have to. Here I'll show you the functions you can use to create URLs dynamically in your themes and plugins.Read More…
  • Yii
    Building Your Startup With PHP: Scheduling a MeetingPreview2
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    After laying the groundwork in previous tutorials, we're finally ready to begin building the end user functionality for scheduling a meeting, and it's requiring us to make widespread use of the Yii Framework.Read More…
  • Design Patterns
    Design Patterns: The Observer PatternObserver pattern
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    Now here I come with one more behavioral design pattern in this series, which is the Observer Pattern. Observer means that someone is looking at your activity, and it may be possible that the observer takes some action depending on your activity.Read More…
  • PHP
    Programming With Yii2: User Access ControlsPreview
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    The Yii Framework makes it easy to implement authentication controls over the features in your web application. Learn how to restrict access by user for specific controller actions.Read More…
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