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Getting Started With PHP Templating - Smashing Coding

Getting Started With PHP Templating - Smashing Coding
Advertisement In this article, we’ll cover how to separate the view of your PHP application from its other components. We’ll look at why using such an architecture is useful and what tools we can use to accomplish this. Here’s what we’ll cover: Learn some basic MVC concepts,Review some popular templating libraries,Play around with a small custom-made view class.Explore the basics of using the Twig library. To fully benefit from this article, you should already know how to write and run your own PHP scripts on a Web server (i.e. using Apache). A Quick Introduction To The MVC Pattern In the early days of PHP applications, “spaghetti code” was a familiar sight. MVC is a software architecture that allows for the separation of business logic from the user interface. User actions are passed (as HTTP requests, GET or POST methods) to the controller. Such separation of layers has many advantages… Code Is Easier to Maintain The Same Content in Multiple Views More Secure Better Code Smarty Twig <? <? <? <? <?

preg_match Examples: 7 Useful Code Snippets Regular expressions are a powerful tool for examining and modifying text. preg_match is a powerful function of PHP that performs a regular expression match. Let’s have a short look on the syntax of preg_match before digging some interesting, practical and useful examples. Syntax of preg_match As my focus of this post is to share handy and useful examples of preg_match, so i am not going to discuss about the arguments of preg_match in detail. 1. Find a string in a string can be done very easily by preg_match. Useful Tip The “i” after the pattern delimiter indicates a case-insensitive search Output Output of above examples will be, 2. Find a word in a string is a hot and regular requirement in the php development. The “\b” in the pattern indicates a word boundary, so only the distinct 3. PHP developers often require to find a domain name from URL. preg_match provides a very easy solution. If matches is provided, then it is filled with the results of search. 4. 5. 6. 7.

NetBeans for PHP Hi all, today we will show you our improved support for some PHP tools which will be part of NetBeans 8.2. As you already know, NetBeans uses a lot of existing tools (great, right?!) and we will now focus on improvements for two of them. PHPUnit Perhaps the most unpleasant thing in PHPUnit support in NetBeans is (was! Another minor but very useful improvement is that now, your PHP projects can be tested by running just phpunit command. Code Sniffer Support for phpcs.xml configuration file has been added. That's all for today, as always, please test it and report all the issues or enhancements you find in NetBeans Bugzilla (component php, subcomponent PHPUnit or Code).

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PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor PHP - Les classes Avril 2014 La notion de classe Php3 intègre un soupçon de caractéristiques empruntées aux langages orientés objet, c'est-à-dire la possibilité d'utiliser des objets, entités regroupant des données et des fonctions au sein d'une structure et rendant la programmation plus simple qu'en programmation habituelle (appelée programmation procédurale par opposition à la programmation orientée objet). On appelle classe la structure d'un objet, c'est-à-dire la déclaration de l'ensemble des entités qui composeront un objet. Un objet est donc "issu" d'une classe, c'est le produit qui sort d'un moule. d'une classe, c'est la raison pour laquelle on pourra parler indifféremment d'objet ou d'instance (éventuellement d'occurrence). Une classe est composée de deux parties : Les attributs (parfois appelés données membres): il s'agit des données représentantl'état de l'objet Les méthodes (parfois appelées fonctions membres): il s'agit des opérations applicables aux objets déclaration d'une classe A voir également