Category Archives: PHP

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7 sep

cPanel and other Web Hosting Control Panels

Internet, Linux, PHP, Windows

Web panels are extremely popular for hosting websites and making it simple to get by a laundry list of command line applications, and if you have ever had a Linux web server, odds are that you have probably used cPanel … Continue reading

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11 jul

Aptana Studio for Ruby on Rails @ChrisPirillo

HTML5/CSS3, Java, JavaScript, Objective-C, PHP, Ruby on Rails

Haha, Chris Pirillo (@ChrisPirillo owner of puts it pretty perfectly when he analyzes Aptana Studio. Listen to this guy, seriously. I’ve recently been using Aptana Studio for Ruby on Rails development. Funny how Chris also uses PSPad, that’s my … Continue reading

6 jul

Want the Rails Experience, for ColdFusion?

CakePHP, cfwheels, Ruby on Rails

I’m now working with ColdFusion again on a major project of mine. People may ask, why ColdFusion? Actually I hear that a lot. The truth of the matter is that ColdFusion is still very real, it’s being used all over … Continue reading

22 jun

Learn Object Oriented PHP / Ruby

CakePHP, Java, Ruby on Rails

When people hear about Object Oriented Programming, often they think of Java. Well, it’s all over the place, especially PHP. As projects grow throughout website development and application design, they tend to get more complex, repetitive, and often times, tedious. … Continue reading

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15 jun

A little about Web Content Management Systems

Java, PHP, Ruby

Content Management Systems (CMS) are everywhere. If you really wanted me to, I could absolutely list over 100 different CMS systems that exist on all sorts of platforms from PHP, ASP, Python, Perl, Ruby, and even Cold Fusion. Here, it’s … Continue reading

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25 may

VS: Joomla, Drupal, WordPress – Pick one

CakePHP, Design, PHP

A quick look at Joomla, Drupal, and WordPress. Joomla, Drupal, and WordPress… In the web world, we always hear about these three CMS systems. For one, they are all in PHP, and PHP is absolutely everywhere, so it’s easy to … Continue reading

11 may

Why use PHP Classes in Web Apps?

CakePHP, Internet, PHP

I was on a forum site when I noticed this question, began answering and thought it would be a great blog post. Quote: “I am an experienced PHP programmer, but in all the situations I have been in dealing with … Continue reading

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22 apr

CakePHP 4.0 – Larry Masters explains MRD Technology



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20 apr

CakePHP → Ruby on Rails Transition

CakePHP, Ruby on Rails

So, I’ve been using CakePHP for about 4 and a half years now, it’s time to add another weapon to the reprotar. I have it deployed for many projects, it’s great, works well, and has a lot of beneficial features. … Continue reading

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26 mar

The Human Body in HTML and PHP


Source: I would have done a couple of things differently. <?php echo ($gender == "female" ? "<breast style=’float: left;’ /><breast style=’float: right;’ />" : "<nip style=’float: left;’ /><nip style=’float: right;’ />"); ?><div style=’clear: both;’></div><!– in case you wanted to … Continue reading

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