Face detection in pure PHP (without OpenCV) - Maurice Bloggue

Face detection in pure PHP (without OpenCV) - Maurice Bloggue

Une résumé en français est disponible en fin d’article. Lately, I’ve been looking for ways to detect faces in photos with PHP. Nowadays, face detection is built in many consumer products (camera obviously, but also Google and iPhoto), and seems to be a pretty common job.
PHP command line syntax checking Posted April 24th, 2010 in PHP The PHP CLI (command line interface) allows basic syntax checking of a PHP file. I'll show the basic usage of this in this post and then a couple of ways to check all files in a directory, and all files recursively down the directory tree as posted by a couple of people on Twitter. Syntax checking a single PHP file from the command line PHP command line syntax checking

How-to use PHPMailer for SMTP and GMail

How-to use PHPMailer for SMTP and GMail These days I tried some plugin to send e-mail message within WordPress via SMTP. Since my domains email is hosted with Google applications I decided to send my messages via the SMTP server from GMail. I found several articles and PHPMailer tutorials, but a lot of them didn’t worked for me. Why using GMail for sending mail messages? First of all it’s FREE! Sure most website owners can use their own SMTP server for sending email messages from their website, but it makes sense even than to use GMail for sending mail.
Choosing a good PHP frameworks can help you develop complex Rich Internet Applications quickly, with a best practices oriented approach, and saving a lot of time reusing code snippets that are already available. There are a lot of interesting PHP frameworks you can choose for your next web project. Which framework you choose is really a personal decision. There is no one “best” framework on the market at the moment. Different frameworks are better for different types of projects, and for different developer. 7 Secure, Lightweight, and Easy to Use PHP Frameworks

7 Secure, Lightweight, and Easy to Use PHP Frameworks

This tutorial will explain many small techniques which will, hopefully, help optimize your php scripts. I considered myself a bit of a PHP pro until I started researching some of this stuff and realized that there is a whole realm of information out there about optimizing php that I didn’t know about. I hope you will be as surprised as I was about some of the things you might learn from this article. Output of Data

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Easy Thumbnails with PHP Easy Thumbnails with PHP Home > Back End, PHP > Easy Thumbnails with PHP Don’t hassle with image processing software if you don’t have to. This post will show you how to automate your thumbnail making with PHP. What You’ll Need Before you can get started you’ll need to make sure your server has the GD library installed. If you’re not sure if it is, just create a PHP file, and place <?
MySQL is one of the most popular relational database management systems (RDBMS) around, with over 6 million installations. It’s a fantastic choice for any new developer, because of its open source nature, wide support and abundance of tutorials available on the subject. Here are some great tips and tools (beside phpMyAdmin) to improve your MySQL coding, and to help you save time. 9 Tips For Working with MySQL Databases

9 Tips For Working with MySQL Databases

Introduction Producing code that clearly conveys a developer’s intent is key to any well written application. That not only applies to PHP, but every programming language. Developers who emphasize the creation of legible code tend to create applications which are easier to both maintain and expand upon. Three Quick Tips To Make Your PHP Understandable Three Quick Tips To Make Your PHP Understandable
15 very useful PHP code snippets for PHP developers | ViralPatel.net By Viral Patel on May 7, 2009 Following are list of 15 most useful PHP code snippets that a PHP developer will need at any point in his career. Few of the snippets are shared from my projects and few are taken from useful php websites from internet. You may also want to comment on any of the code or also you can share your code snippet through comment section if you think it may be useful for others. 1.

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extremely useful PHP classes PHP PSD Reader A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about this PHP which allow you to display any Adobe PSD file on screen. Very usefull to create preview of PSDs designed for clients, for example.Download Browser detect One of the most common (and boring) problem for front-end developers is definitely cross-browser compatibility. This PHP class will detect almost all browsers and simplify your cross-browser work.Download
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Whether you need to copy a test table to a production database, or you need to duplicate a table with only some selected rows or you just need to backup the original table, copying tables is a frequent task most of us regularly do. In this post we will see some quick methods to make copies of MySQL database tables. For these examples I’ve used the following table structure. Quickly copying tables. Copying tables in MySQL
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Quick and Dirty PHP Caching Advertisement Caching your database-driven website pages has a plethora of benefits, not the least of which being improved speed and reduced server loads. This article will explain how to set up a simple caching system, and will also address when and where caching might not be appropriate. For me, the impetus to switch to a caching method for one of my database driven sites was sparked by Mosso, since they bill by cpu cycle, and I have one site that is, well, humongous (60k+ pages), and it happens to the highest traffic site on the account. While the database queries were all very efficient, and each page had, on average, no more than 6 queries, performance and cpu cycles would both be helped quite a lot by implementing a cache. This caching solution was a temporary fix, while we switched to a new CMS that was already using a robust caching system.
Posted by blake on Jun 4, 2008 in Code, Performance, PHP | 167 comments The last couple of weeks have been quite the experience for me. I was part of a big layoff at my former company, which was interesting. I've never been in that position before, and it's hard not to take it personally. I started watching the job boards, and a nice-looking full-time PHP position caught my eye, so I sent out a resume and landed an interview.

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Database operations often tend to be the main bottleneck for most web applications today. It's not only the DBA's (database administrators) that have to worry about these performance issues. We as programmers need to do our part by structuring tables properly, writing optimized queries and better code. Here are some MySQL optimization techniques for programmers. 1. Optimize Your Queries For the Query Cache

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