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In Real World PHP Programming: The Basics, VTC Author Mike Morton introduces PHP programming in a fashion that is immediately applicable to experienced programmers, and new programmers alike. This programming title does not focus on getting certified in PHP, but rather focuses on the application of PHP in everyday programming, including the proper terminology as well as learning PHP slang. Starting with the absolute basics of PHP types and statements, Mike progresses you through conditional and loops, MySQL, and into advanced topics such as functions and session management. With working examples, and application of what you are learning shown throughout, Mike makes learning PHP an easy and enjoyable endeavour. To begin learning today simply click the links slongside.

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Level: Intermediate | 8 Lessons 6+ hours hours | MPEG4 | 900 x 600 | 586.67 MB
Genre: Video Training

This course is a fun and interesting look at the CakePHP 1.2 Framework. By the end you’ll have created a simple CMS that you will be able to extend and improve. We build Controllers, Models, Views, Helpers, Components and Behaviors all on camera.
In the first 4 lessons we study CakePHP by following Study Guides. These are not your typical Study Guides… you will see Austin Powers, Boobies, Skeletor and other funny things. We use analogies and story telling to help build a database of information in your mind quickly and easily.

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SiteFusion is a server-based development environment. Applications are written inpure object-oriented PHP and work through a thin XUL client.

SiteFusion

SiteFusion applications look and behave like native system applications but run on a server generating JavaScript commands.

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68KB is an open source PHP MySQL driven knowledge base script that is easy to configure and setup. This professional PHP knowledge base script helps you to create your own help system or documentation.

Open Source PHP Knowledge Base Script

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In part one of the “ASP.NET for PHP Developers” tutorial, we learned the basics of ASP.NET and the C# language. Part two builds on that foundation, and introduces some more advanced features and techniques to take your ASP.NET pages to the next level.

Tutorial Details

  • Technology: ASP.NET (C#)
  • Difficulty: Advanced
  • Estimated Completion Time: 1 hour
  • Part: 2 of 2

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Cheat Sheets are so useful for web-developers to remember various things. It’s always complicated to memorize syntax for web developers and designers since they are always evolving and rising. Here, Cheat Sheet is always come in handy. These cheat sheets are designed to be printer friendly.
In this article we are going to present some most useful cheat sheets, especially for front end web developer. It would helpful for HTML, CSS, JavaScript and SEO purposes.

Are you looking to contribute to our design community?

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to a relevant article, or submit your own! You will help push the design community to much higher levels.

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odCMS has a minor feature that could be a major function of managing your websites by using the Generate HTML page function if your site contains only static pages (type Document – no Blog/News, Gallery, or Forum). This function uses the theme you have selected together with the content for the pages to generate the HTML documents. Once all the pages have been generated, including the index and site map pages, you can display the site’s contents with just the generated HTML documents and odCMS is no longer needed.

Note: index page is shown when page name is not included; site map page is generated by using the Page=_sitemap_ or by clicking on the Sitemap icon at the bottom of the page.

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