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    Create an advanced PHP membership system,
    in PHP added by thetitan, on 23/4/2011 advanced tutorials beginner tutorials content management general oo programming

    Why PHP Was a Ghetto
    in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 20/4/2011 general

    I was talking with the Co-founder of a pretty cool start-up in DUMBO the other day about why the non-PHP development world generally has such disdain for PHP and the community surrounding it. He brought up an interesting point that stuck with me, largely because I hadn’t heard it before.

    Tutorial: How to Create a Zip File with PHP / MySQL
    in PHP added by anthonydamasco, on 3/4/2011 CMS export mysql zip
    Recently I added a function to a CMS that I have been evolving to meet the needs of I needed to allow users to select items (in this case ebooks) from the system and then export files that are attached to the books. So lets get started!

    PHP array pagination
    in PHP added by python, on 3/4/2011 CMS array content flat file pageinate pages pagination

    Pagination is widely used in database systems but is often not considered for flat file systems. This tutorial will teach you how to offer pagination for simple and complex PHP arrays.

    Detailed Guide to fwrite() Operations
    in PHP added by BrandonEnr7, on 24/3/2011 advanced tutorials file handling php5
    In this tutorial I will be deeply explaining in detail the many modes of the PHP function fwrite(). Yes, fwrite() is used to write data to files, however the way it is written to the file changes with each mode. In each mode, I will explain its purpose, provide an example, and then explain the code within the example.

    PHP Caching to Speed up Dynamically Generated Sites
    in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 23/2/2011 beginner tutorials cache

    This entire site, like many, is built in PHP. PHP provides the power to simply 'pull' content from an external source, in the case of my site this is flat files but it could just as easily be an MySQL database or an XML file etc..

    Getting Web Scale with Memcached
    in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 9/2/2011 advanced tutorials memcache php5

    The web is huge, and there are a lot of people on it. Day and night, millions upon millions of people are on the web surfing, commenting, and contributing. Normally your blog gets a few hundred visitors a day ( a few thousand on a good day ), but what happens when that number increases? Can your database server handle all that load? Will Apache come screeching to a halt due to all of the requests? The answer is probably yes, unless you implement some form of caching. Many years ago this wasn’t a huge problem, but as the web and it’s user base has grown, so has the problem of "web scale"

    Prism: a new highlighting engine
    in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 4/2/2011 php5 syntax
    A new PHP5 syntax highlighter

    WordPress Theme Using jQuery Mobile
    in PHP added by iFadey, on 29/1/2011 jquery mobile theme wordpress

    Learning Objectives 1) Introduction to jQuery Mobile. 2) How to use jQuery Mobile Components. 3) Basics of WordPress theme development. 4) How to create WordPress theme for mobile using jQuery Mobile.

    ToroPHP - a tiny framework for PHP
    in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 15/1/2011 framework php5

    A new web framework for PHP which aims to be very small and fast

    Getting start and end date of week in PHP
    in PHP added by prodevtips, on 15/1/2011 date and time simple tutorials

    How to get the start and end date of the prior week to the current one in PHP.

    How To Safely Store A Password
    in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 13/12/2010 bcrypt beginner tutorials security

    These are all general purpose hash functions, designed to calculate a digest of huge amounts of data in as short a time as possible. This means that they are fantastic for ensuring the integrity of data and utterly rubbish for storing passwords.

    25 Tips for Intermediate Git Users
    in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 8/12/2010 git version control

    I’ve been using git for about 18 months now and thought I knew it pretty well. Then we had Scott Chacon from GitHub over to do some training at LVS, a supplier/developer of betting/gaming software (where I’m currently contracting) and I learnt a ton in the first day.

    Unit Testing Databases with Zend Framework
    in PHP added by lornajane, on 7/12/2010 PHPUnit advanced tutorials database database testing php5 unit testing
    A detailed tutorial on using PHPUnit and Zend Framework to test operations produce the expected database results. The post gives a great background to the technique, walks you through it piece-by-piece, and offers the full code to download from github which you can use for yourself - nicely done!


    DILLIGAF Co-Webmaster Admin

    now i should of read this first
    thanks man
    shit i'm really thinking i'm starting to spam
    o well i'm here to learn from the best
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