PHP for Beginners: Part 3 – Email with PHP

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Today We are continuing our PHP series. One of the major uses of a server side scripting language is to provide a way of sending e-mail from the server and, in particular, to take form input and output it to an e-mail address. In this part I will show you how to send e-mail messages using PHP.

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PHP for Beginners: Part 2 – Making Decisions and Loops

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Over the past part I have shown you the basics of text in PHP and how to store it as variables. In this part of the tutorial I will show you firstly how to use if statements to make decisions in your scripts. Next, I am going to show you how to use another important part of PHP, loops.

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PHP for Beginners: Part 1 – Introduction & Displaying Information

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Up until recently, scripting on the Internet was something which very few people even attempted, let alone mastered. Recently though, more and more people have been building their own websites and scripting languages have become more important. Because of this, scripting languages are becoming easier to learn and PHP is one of the easiest and most powerful yet.

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How to use Google Maps Street View

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This is my fourth tutorial covering features of the Google Maps API v3. This time I will show you how to use the street view service. I have built an app for this tutorial, an interactive visit of Paris. You’ll be able to visit certain locations, walk through Paris or take virtual tours.

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Asynchronous Technologies: AJAX, AJAH, AHAH, and AJAJ

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Hey guys and gurls! Today we are going to take a look at different asynchronous technologies. There are many variations of them over the net. They’re AJAX, AJAH, AHAH, and AJAJ.
AJAX (Asynchronous Javascript and XML) – is a technology for asynchronous data transmission between the browser and the server. Asynchrony implies the data transfer without reloading the page. In other words, you can respond to user actions more quickly, making your applications more interactive. For example, in the sign-up form checking login for employment can be performed immediately after the login is entered without updating the page (I think all have met with such).

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A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Zend Framework: Part 2

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After reading the first part of our series, you’ve learned how to create a simple website based on Zend Framework. But it’s necessary to keep the information for full web-application. In this part we will learn how to work with databases using ZF.

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How to Create a Mobile Version of your Website

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These days the whole world is progressing towards the web. From small businesses to big firms to online schools, universities etc., all are pushing hard to make a big online impact because this is almost free advertisement for their brand and results in it reaching a wider  range of audience than using other manual ways to do so.

One big aspect of Website Design is a “Mobile Version” of the website because these days mobile phones with internet facilities are becoming too common and thus everyone wants to remain connected to their favourite websites on the go.

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A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Zend Framework: First Steps

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You’ve been still tormenting and write-ins of the same type in the n-times for the site? You do what has been done for you and try to divide the project design from the code? Looking for realization of the necessary functions in questionable forums? If you answered “yes” one of these questions, so this article is definitely for you. There I will tell you about the powerful free framework (Content Managment Framework), if you learn it you will not only save time for the design, but also rtake the quality of your work to a much higher level. So, let’s sit comfortably and read my first article of the series “Learning to work with Zend Framework”.

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Creating Your Own CMS Part 1 – Secure Login

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Have you ever built a site to realize it is a pain to manage? There are a lot of CMS options out there but some of them cost money, some are hard to learn, some your hosting company might not support, and well sometimes they just don’t have everything thing that you want. So today I am going to start to teach you how to create your own simple CMS. Today I will get into how you can find a design and get your secure login setup. This will be a series of blogs but to be honest I am not sure how advanced I will be going. If I wanted to spill it all and tell you how to build the CMS that my company uses then it might take a few blogs.

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Getting Started With MySQL DB and PHP with PHPMyAdmin

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Today I am going to show you how to get a new database setup with PHP/MySQL using PHPMyAdmin. For those of you who don’t know PHPMyAdmin is a great free tool to help you manage your databases. If you use cpanel or anything you have probably already seen/used it.

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