Andy Hawthorne is from Coventry in the UK. He is a senior PHP developer by day, and a freelance writer by night, although lately that is sometimes the other way around.
In this article, you’ll set up a CakePHP installation within PHP Cloud. Along the way, you’ll see how to access MySQL, deploy code, and use SFTP from your FTP client to access the application container
Dropbox is a popular cloud-based storage and backup service. its success can be identified as maintaining a reliable service, and being available on every platform – including mobile ones. In this article, I will explain how Dropbox can be used to manage the source code for small, personal projects. I’ll provide examples using both Git […]
PHPFog is a cloud hosting solution for PHP applications. It offers a free shared cloud that includes access to a MySQL database, and the ability to add 3 apps to your account. The main idea behind PHPFog, is that it looks after all the server requirements for you, leaving you free to design and write […]
Pagination is useful when displaying a large dataset which might have hundreds results and provides a much nicer user experience. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use CodeIgniter’s pagination library to create a paginated list of results from a MySQL database.