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PHP

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    Configuring Zend Framework to work with a Local Development EnvironmentCode
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    In this tutorial, we will go over how to install and configure the Zend Framework to work with your local development environment. I will be using Wampserver 2.0i on a Windows Vista computer but these steps can be adapted to XAMPP, MAMP, or whatever stack of Apache, PHP, and MySQL that you're using.Read More…
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    How to Build a Shopping Cart using CodeIgniter and jQueryCodeigniter
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    CodeIgniter is an open source PHP web application framework with a lot of features. Recently, thanks to the latest update, a new feature was added to this framework, called the Cart Class. In this tutorial, we're going to take advantage of this new class, and write a shopping cart system, with a touch of jQuery added in.Read More…
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    The Joy of FirePHP: A Crash-CourseCode
    FirePHP is a Firefox plugin and server-side library combination which allows you to send all sorts of juicy info out of your web application to your browser, much like the console.log() functionality with JavaScript. In this PLUS tutorial and companion screencast, we’ll teach you how to get started from the very beginning!Read More…
  • Reviews
    Digging into WordPress Review, and Free Copies: Winners Announced!200x200
    A couple weeks ago, I received an email from Chris Coyier, of CSS-Tricks, containing a review copy of his recently released "Digging into WordPress" e-book. Expecting it to be more of a mini-book, I nonchalantly told him that I'd post a review that Friday; little did I know that this was a full-fledged book, packed full of knowledge. Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    20+ Brand New and Incredibly Useful WordPress PluginsPreview
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    With more than 7000+ plugins, WordPress is the most extendable Content Management System available; in fact, "WordPress is infinitely extensible" as Matt Mullenweg says. In this post, we'll examine twenty-one really useful plugins to take your blog to the next level.Read More…
  • PHP
    Build an RSS 2.0 Feed with CodeIgniterCodeigniter
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    In this tutorial, we will build a RSS 2.0 Feed with the PHP framework CodeIgniter. After this tutorial, you will be able to build a feed for any custom website in no time at all. Read More…
  • PHP
    How to Create a Photo Gallery using the Flickr API 200x200
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    Flickr is, without doubt, the biggest and best photography website on the internet. There are lots of widgets, badges and plugins which allow you to display your latest Flickr photos on your website, but we'll take it a step further by tapping straight into Flickr and integrating your photostream into your website, giving you a photo gallery that is a breeze to update. Read More…
  • PHP
    Regular Expressions for Dummies: Screencast Series200x200
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    Over the course of a handful of video tutorials, I'm going to teach you how to use regular expressions effectively in your Javascript and PHP applications. As always, I'll assume you know absolutely zip. Read More…
  • PHP
    7AMP - Creating a Development Environment7amp
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    Running a local development web server is one of the best ways of learning AJAX; reading up on it is one thing, but being able to pass the raw data back and forth between a browser and a server is really the only way to truly understand what is happening at a fundamental level. To create the dynamic and interactive apps and sites that we've come to know and love, you need a development server. On Windows systems we really have only a few decent options available; we can use Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS), which is usually bundled with Ultimate or Business versions of Windows, or we can use Apache, the extremely popular open-source alternative. Remember when Microsoft enjoyed a 90% market share of the browser market? Apache is the MS of the web server world and at some points in its illustrious history has enjoyed almost total domination in its respective field.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Building your First ExpressionEngine Plugin200x200
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    No matter how awesome a CMS is, there will be times when you are required to meet a specific need that simply doesn't work out of the box. Here we will explore creating Plugins for ExpressionEngine to meet such needs. Read More…
  • Reviews
    WordPress 2.7 Complete: Review200x200
    We're rolling out a new sub-category on Nettuts+: reviews. Sporadically, when a new book or piece of software is released, either myself or one of our writers will write a review detailing the pros and cons. A couple weeks ago, Packt Publishing sent me a copy of the recently released "WordPress 2.7 Complete." Though the platform has already moved on to 2.8, I was still quite pleased with the final product. Read More…
  • PHP
    Simple Techniques to Lock Down your WebsiteNoisemagnify
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    One crucial part of PHP development practice is always keeping in mind that security is not something you can simply buy off the shelf at your local convenient store. Ensuring the security of your web applications is a process, which over time, needs to be constantly evaluated, monitored, and hardened.Read More…
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