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  1. 10 Plugin Replacing Tutorials for WordPress

    in this article. Here are some Wordpress plugin equivalents using PHP & jQuery! 1. WordPress & jQuery Contact Form without a Plugin There are many contact form plugins, most are over bloated with an endless list of features and addons. Wouldn’t it be nice to just have a basic contact form and be given
  2. 10 Helpful CSS Graph and Chart Tutorials and Techniques

    10 Helpful CSS Graph and Chart Tutorials and Techniques that you would definitely find very useful! Enjoy. Related Posts: Top 10 jQuery Graphs and Charts 1. Snazzy Animated Pie Chart with HTML5 and jQuery Learn how to use the HTML5 canvas element, CSS3 and jQuery to create a gorgeous
  3. 10 Ajax/jQuery Autocomplete Tutorials/Plugins

    Today we are sharing you our compilation of best Ajax and jQuery autocomplete and autosuggest tutorials and plugins with examples. People these days want an instant search and for this, search engines like Google are doing just this. Enjoy! Related Posts: 10 jQuery Search Scripts jQuery AutoForm
  4. 10 Superb CSS3 Tutorials for Awesome Design

    of them. In this post we’ve collected 10 Superb CSS3 Tutorials for Awesome Design, this can be proficiently functioned using markup, HTML, and some improved properties of CSS3. It has many features which are not compatible with the old web browsers and hence it will require some present day Internet
  5. Inspecting PHP Code Quality with Scrutinizer

    This article has been slightly revised based on the feedback from the people behind Scrutinizer. For the most part, the changes are in the "Configuration" section which is now noticeably simpler. We’ve gone through a decent number of tutorials about code quality, inspections, auto-build systems
  6. PHP Channel's 2015 2nd Trimester Update

    this trimester and they are, in order: Narayan Prusty, India Narayan is a very active blogger at Qnimate who actually wrote for SitePoint extensively before - on the WordPress channel. It was only recently that he decided to dive into PHP related topics as well, debuting with a piece on sending
  7. Turning a Crawled Website into a Search Engine with PHP

    sp_search mkdir public cache template template/twig app composer require swader/diffbot-php-client composer require twig/twig composer require symfony/var-dumper --dev In order, this: installs BowerPHP globally, so we can use it on the entire VM. creates the project’s root folder
  8. Re-introducing Vagrant: The Right Way to Start with PHP

    I often get asked to recommend beginner resources for people new to PHP. And, it’s true, we don’t have many truly newbie friendly ones. I’d like to change that by first talking about the basics of environment configuration. In this post, you’ll learn about the very first thing you should do before
  9. Best PHP Framework for 2015 - SitePoint Survey Results

    money off of your open source work, don’t be afraid to invest in these matters. For example, get a good logo. Don’t trust your design abilities, you’re just not good. If you were, you’d have been a designer, not a PHP dev. Paying a couple hundred bucks for a good one will pay off in the long run. Don’t
  10. SitePoint PHP in 2015: Future Plans

    authors join the team. Nicolas Scolari, France Nicolas is a back-end developer from France specialized in PHP and currently actively experimenting with Symfony 2. He’s already produced two posts for us - one explaining Symfony’s route annotations and the other dealing with Traits in a Doctrine
  11. The Forum PHP Report

    grown of SitePoint’s PHP channel in the past year or so - I was told on several occasions that it now occupies a permanent spot in people’s everyday feed readers, serving both as a source of light reading for commutes and short breaks during work, and in depth reads about tutorials and such when
  12. PHP Tips, Resources and Best Practices for 2015

    PHP has had many reputations over the years, but being insecure as a language never really was one of them. The core team, all its faults notwithstanding, is rather quick in pouncing on all security matters, and updating PHP to the latest version will often allay all worries. But the end users
  13. Essentials of LDAP with PHP

    =* # requesting: ALL # # homestead.localdomain dn: dc=homestead,dc=localdomain objectClass: top objectClass: dcObject objectClass: organization o: homestead dc: homestead Interacting with PHP With all these steps completed, we’re now ready to use PHP to query the server. To keep things
  14. Google Analytics API v3 and PHP: Filters and Charts

    In the previous parts, we talked about how to use the Google Analytics API and created a demo showing some base functionality. In this part, we’re going to expand the demo.

    Logo GA

    New functionality

    We’ll be adding some new functionality:

    • Date range: we can query data from a specific date range.
    • Max results: in the previous part we used 10 results for speed purposes, now we are going to take it as a user input.
    • Filters: we can filter the result using some specific dimensions or metrics.
    • Order: we can order the result using the queried dimensions.
    • Chart type: this is not a Google Analytics functionality, but we’re going to make some prettier graphs using Highcharts.

    Date range

    For the date range selection we’re going to use bootstrap-daterangepicker.
    First, we include the CSS and JS files and the dependencies.

    // views/home.blade.php
    <div class="form-group">
                <label class="col-sm-3 control-label" for="">Date range</label>
                <div class="daterange col-md-9">
                  <input name="daterange" class="form-control" value="2013-01-01 - 2014-12-30">

    We create the the date range component.

  15. Why Ruby?

    Just a few months ago, I moved from PHP to Ruby. This was not an easy transition, neither in the decision nor in the shift. I was using PHP and, ironically, I didn't know I wasn't enjoying it. Then, at a local meetup I was introduced to Ruby. The attendees showed me some specific features which
  16. AJAX and PHP

    AJAX within your own applications. Granted, I haven't looked much, but tutorials for making use of AJAX with PHP seem to be lacking (do you know of any good ones?). So I went to Google and searched to see what I could come up with, hoping I'd find some kind of stuff Ruby has. The first thing I
  17. PHP 5.6 End of Beta

    On June 5th 2014, the PHP group announced the fourth and final beta of the 5.6 version. This milestone ends the beta program and begins the RC program (currently planned for June 19th), which will from now on focus exclusively on making sure the version is stable enough for release. As is customary
  18. PHP News You May Have Missed - October / November 2014

    In an already all too familiar format, here’s more PHP news you may have missed over the past month or so. Some of these will be presented in more depth in future posts, but it’s just as important to have a heads up about them. HHVM HHVM is on fire lately - we have four major updates from
  19. Rails Mass Assignment Issue: A PHP Perspective

    attributes any other way via forms. I will be first to stand up and admit my shame (or lack of) in the fact I have written/generated code like this, and it's still in production today. My background is in PHP and most small scale applications I wrote were sans framework. I would reuse a database class
  20. GoogleAppEngine 1.9.0. - PHP Updates

    It’s been a while since I published my Getting Started with PHP on GAE Article, and the platform has been doing better than anyone had expected. The PHP feature request is still at the top of the NFR list, and the Phalcon NFR I created way back then is now sitting at top 17, indicating not only
  21. PHPMaster: PHP Sessions

    $_SESSION is a special array used to store information across the page requests a user makes during his visit to your website or web application. The most fundamental way to explain what a sessions is like is to imagine the following scenario: You are working with an application. You open it, make some changes, and then you close it. See the original article here: PHPMaster: PHP Sessions