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Use PHP Functions in JavaScript

Are you experienced PHP programmer and would like to use favorite PHP functions in JavaScript too? Sounds interesting, doesn’t it? You wouldn’t have to learn new JavaScript objects and functions, get used to new syntax, just write what you already know and have tested. Put PHP directly into JavaScript code and don’t care! Well, but how? Thank God and the group of PHP.JS developers the answer...

PHP and XML

This tutorial should summarize the possibilities of XML handling by PHP. After short introduction what XML can be used for, we’ll move to the PHP world and show how this web oriented programming language supports XML data format. I personaly don’t know anybody who doesn’t know RSS. But to be sure: RSS is an abbreviation for Real Simple Syndication and it’s one of the most widespread content...

More Security Related PHP Directives

Previous post Basic Security Related PHP Directives showed us the basic set of PHP directives which significantly affects security of not PHP apps only. This article increases the spectrum of PHP security related configuration directives.

Basic Security Related PHP Directives

Configuration of PHP is one of the significant security breakpoints. There is no doubt that ignoring this can lead to serious security consequencies. I’m not talking just about web applications vulnerabilities. Wrong PHP setup can allow to take your server under control by some invader. This article is trying to help you to do more for your calm sleep.

POSIX Regular Expressions in PHP

Regular expression is the basic functionality of pattern comparison. PHP offers two sets of functions for regular expressions – POSIX style and Perl style. Both types have slightly different syntax and this post should give basic overview of the POSIX one.

PHP and Excel

Many of my customers hold data in Excel files. Then, when they decide to build a web based, database driven project controlled by PHP, ask me to move their Excel data into the MySQL. Whether it’s possible and how to do it, will be the content of this post.

osCommerce: Open Source e-Commerce

osCommerce Online Merchant is an Open Source online shop e-commerce solution that is available for free under the GNU General Public License. It features a rich set of out-of-the-box online shopping cart functionality that allows store owners to setup, run, and maintain online stores with minimum effort and with no costs, fees, or limitations involved. Everything you need to get started in selling physical and...

Zen Cart: Free e-Commerce

Zen Cart™ truly is the art of e-commerce; free, user-friendly, open source shopping cart software. The ecommerce web site design program is being developed by group of like-minded shop owners, programmers, designers, and consultants that think ecommerce web design could be and should be done differently. Some shopping cart solutions seem to be complicated programming exercises instead of responding to users’...

Mambo: Power In Simplicity

Mambo is a full-featured content management system that can be used for everything from simple websites to complex corporate applications. Mambo (formerly named Mambo Open Source or MOS) is a free software / open source content management system (CMS) for creating and managing websites through a simple web interface. It has attracted many users due to its ease of use. Mambo also includes more advanced features...

VirtueMart: Your Free Shopping Cart

VirtueMart is the leading Online-Shop solution for Joomla! & Mambo (more than 1.5 Million downloads so far). VirtueMart is free! You can download, use and modify it without any restrictions (License: GNU/GPL) – just as Joomla!. VirtueMart is no stand-alone script, but a Plug-in and requires the PHP Content Management System Joomla! (or Mambo). So you must install Joomla first, then VirtueMart. The...

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