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A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fc
Friday, March 13, 2015 @ 11:11:09 UTC by lbadmin (15042 reads)
PHPericzma writes
A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fclose.com: I aggregated all my new posts from several sites into a single RSS feed. Last time I updated my homepage, I came across an idea why not showing these feed items directly on the homepage as HTML content. After some study, I got one single PHP function in my hand that fetches an RSS feed and outputs HTML content in the page. Continue reading: A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fclose.com at Fclose.com.

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How to change the maximum execution time and memory size allowed for PHP
Wednesday, August 21, 2013 @ 15:36:23 UTC by lbadmin (1420 reads)
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Five good programming habits in PHP
Friday, October 15, 2010 @ 18:07:44 UTC by tw45admin (1274 reads)
PHPDepending on whom you ask, the difference between a good developer and an excellent developer, in terms of productivity, is a factor of 10 to 20. An excellent developer is more productive because of his experience and good habits. When poor programming habits sneak into your code, they're a drain on productivity. This article demonstrates some good programming habits that can make you a better programmer. In addition to enabling you to build code more productively, these habits can help you build code sustainable for an application's lifetime. Any code you write is likely to spend most of its lifetime in maintenance; application maintenance is a large expense. Establishing good coding habits will enhance design factors like modularity, and your code will be easier to understand and, thus, easier and cheaper to maintain. Bad coding habits seem to accompany defects in code and can cause code to be difficult to change without introducing new defects. The following five good habits, when applied to your PHP code, will help you avoid these pitfalls...

PHP advice from IBM's DeveloperWorks.
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Simulate XQuery and XInclude functionality with PHP
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 @ 20:07:06 UTC by tw45admin (1822 reads)
PHPMany browsers can handle XML in general, but are currently weak in their support of XQuery and XInclude. You need to work around this issue when you build web applications that combine and process XML-structured data from multiple sources. Using PHP is one solution. This article first shows how your web pages can deliver data extracts from XML using XQuery and XInclude explicitly, and then how to do the equivalent work with PHP, all within the context of a cooperative effort among garden centers. This article first shows you the strength of the combination of XQuery and XInclude. Then you'll learn how to use PHP to simulate the functionality that XQuery and XInclude provide. Moving all the data processing to the server side gives you a workaround to limited browser support for XQuery and XInclude. Another benefit is that PHP gives you much finer control over the final output presentation.

Learn to enjoy the power of XML data processing in web programming at IBM's DeveloperWorks.
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PHP Variables: The Ultimate Guide
Tuesday, September 21, 2010 @ 14:11:39 UTC by tw45admin (1463 reads)
PHPVariables are important in every programming language — and it’s no different in PHP. Variables give developers the possibility of temporarily storing data to be used in PHP scripts (in PHP’s case, this happens in the server’s memory). This guide is all about working with variables in PHP. By the way, if you are just starting out with PHP, I recommend reading this guide first: Learning PHP: Get Started Using PHP. Before we start, I’d like to introduce you to PHP comments. As a developer, you should try to comment your code in such a way that your code logic is explained well; this is one of the good habits coders should have...

The rest of the tutorial is at Six Revisions.
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Use the YouTube API with PHP
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 20:20:59 UTC by tw45admin (1435 reads)
PHPWhen it comes to online video sharing, the most popular site by far is YouTube, with billions of page views and hundreds of thousands of videos added daily. It's not just home videos either: today, YouTube offers music videos, clips from TV shows, trailers of upcoming movies, animation clips, and much more. The service also allows users to tag videos with keywords, and view the most popular videos at any given time. One of YouTube's cooler features is its YouTube Data API, which allows developers to access and search YouTube video data through a REST-based API, and integrate this data into their own XML-aware application. This isn't particularly difficult to do—you write application-level code to send REST requests, parse and decode responses, and integrate the resulting data into the application interface. If you use PHP, you can perform these tasks either through YouTube's PHP Client Library, or manually parse the XML responses to your REST requests.

The tutorial resides at IBM's DeveloperWorks.
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Accelerate web application development using Packt's new Yii PHP framework book
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 14:42:24 UTC by tw45admin (1552 reads)
PHPRadha1587 writes
Agile Web Application Development with Yii1.1 and PHP5 a new book that helps programmers develop real-world applications using the incremental and iterative approach to software development.

Packt is pleased to announce Agile Web Application Development with Yii1.1 and PHP5 a new book that helps programmers develop real-world applications using the incremental and iterative approach to software development. Written by Jeffrey Winesett this book covers each aspect of the software development lifecycle by helping users to build a project task management application through production deployment.

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Create a working architecture for a PHP 5 based framework with Packt's new book
Tuesday, September 14, 2010 @ 14:11:12 UTC by tw45admin (1007 reads)
PHPricharddias writes
PHP 5 CMS Framework Development - 2nd Edition is a new book from Packt that teaches readers about the design choices involved in the creation of advanced web oriented PHP systems. Written by Martin Brampton , this book will help readers to implement solid mechanisms for common features such as menus, presentation services, and user management, and to build a highly functional infrastructure for web applications.

Written by a seasoned developer, this practical hands-on guide is ideal for professional PHP developers who want to learn more about web oriented frameworks and content management systems. The book is out now and available from Packt. For more information, please visit http://www.packtpub.com/php-5-cms-framework-development-second-edition/book

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9 Useful PHP Functions and Features You Need to Know
Friday, September 03, 2010 @ 18:27:44 UTC by tw45admin (1236 reads)
PHPEven after using PHP for years, we stumble upon functions and features that we did not know about. Some of these can be very useful, yet underused. Not all of us have read the manual and the function reference from cover to cover! You may already know that PHP allows you to define functions with optional arguments. But there is also a method for allowing completely arbitrary number of function arguments. First, here is an example with just optional arguments...

Start with functions with an arbitrary number of arguments and then cover the other 8 PHP functions at net.tutplus.com.
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Use PHP to convert Twitter to RSS
Thursday, August 19, 2010 @ 16:05:49 UTC by tw45admin (1150 reads)
PHPOn the surface, Twitter is basically a cut-down blogging service. You have users who post tweets. Tweets are limited to 140 characters and are date- and time-stamped. Users can follow each other, which is basically a simplified syndication service. Information about Twitter accounts and associated timelines and tweets are available not only to standard Web interfaces, but also to third-party applications via the Twitter API. This API exposes Twitter data and services via either a Representational State Transfer (REST) API or a search API.

Everything you need to know is at IBM's DeveloperWorks.
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