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  • Yii
    Building Your Startup: Access Control, Active Record Relations and SlugsPreview
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    Code sprints are fun, but often you have to circle back to polish and integrate feature work. I'll show how frameworks provide infrastructure and support for these kinds of tasks.Read More…
  • eBooks
    New eBooks Available for Subscribers in AprilEbook promo preview
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    Do you want to learn more about MongoDB? How about mastering Node.js design patterns? Our latest batch of eBooks will teach you all you need to know about these topics and more.Read More…
  • Localization
    Programming With Yii2: Localization With I18nPreview
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    Make your web application accessible to users in any country with Yii2's I18n support for translation-ready resource files.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Simple User Reviews With Gravity Forms and a Custom Post TypeTuts submit user content
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    Let your customers create content for you by submitting a form; you decide where and how to display the new content on your site.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Adding Columns to WP_List_Table400px
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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 used Advanced Custom Fields to add custom fields to our Contacts Custom Post Type. We learned how to use Advanced Custom Field's user interface, and configure it to work programmatically. Today we'll cover how to display the data stored in our custom fields right within our Contacts Table.Read More…
  • Yii
    Programming With Yii2: Integrating User RegistrationPreview
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    Yii2 offers a couple of ways to integrate user registration. We'll show you how to use a third party extension, Yii2-User.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Advanced Custom Fields400px
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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 a custom email address field to our Contacts custom post type. We learned how to write and read this custom field data, and implement a nonce to ensure our form submissions are secure. Today, we'll cover how to use Advanced Custom Fields, a popular WordPress Plugin, to quickly generate custom fields.Read More…
  • Yii
    Programming With Yii2: Working With the Database and Active RecordPreview2
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    How to use Yii's automated scaffolding generator to build advanced web database applications quickly and easily.Read More…
  • Magento
    Custom Block Development in MagentoMagento
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    In this tutorial, we are going to explore Magento blocks, one of the essential components of the Magento architecture. We'll see the difference between structural and content blocks. I'll also demonstrate how you can create custom blocks programmatically.Read More…
  • Design Patterns
    Design Patterns: The Command PatternCommand design pattern
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    After covering a few creational and structural design patterns, we have started behavioral patterns now. You can see the first article in this category of the strategy pattern. With creational patterns, we learned how we should create our objects, and from structural patterns we learned how we should structure our classes and objects to help build a better application.Read More…
  • Magento
    A Definitive Guide to Magento SecurityMagento
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    The security of an eCommerce website is a very important concern, as it keeps records of users’ data and order-related financial information. Although Magento is considered the safest and most secure eCommerce CMS, there are still some additional security steps advised to make its security foolproof. In this article I’ve explored some easy to implement steps to make your Magento store even more secure and robust.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Creating Custom Fields400px
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    In this series, we've been looking at how to create a simple CRM system in WordPress.  In the first part of this series, we created a WordPress Plugin that registered a 'Contacts' Custom Post Type, but we've yet to cover how to store additional information for a Contact.Read More…
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