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PEAR - PHP Extension and Application Repository MySQL :: Developer Zone A Tourist's Guide Everyone knows the php.net site. All of us went there sooner or later, and will keep going back there. This is the central reference point for PHP users, and there is a wealth of information there. This is the primary web site. This is the home of the download page, for everyone to get the latest version of the PHP source code and binaries for Windows. The next most visited section is the documentation. The support page has all the directions to a wealth of resources both inside and outside of PHP.net. Now, buckle up your seat belt, and stop smoking. This is where speakers at various PHP-related conferences keep their slides. news.php.net is the web interface to the PHP mailing lists. PEAR is the next revolution in PHP. PECL is a repository for PHP Extensions, providing a directory of all known extensions and hosting facilities for downloading and development of PHP extensions. This page provides set of useful tools for PHP Manual translators and contributors.

TinyMCE Core features[edit] It offers HTML formatting tools, like bold, italic, underline, both ordered and unordered lists, different types of alignments, in-line placement of images and videos, etc. It is highly useful for those who want to allow their users to edit HTML documents online. The different options can be configured at the time of integration with a project, which improves the flexibility of a project. Browser compatibility[edit] API[edit] TinyMCE includes an extensive API for custom integration.[3] Plugins[edit] TinyMCE ships with an assortment of plugins.[4] Because TinyMCE is meant to be a client-side application, it does not include native file managers for various server technologies. Proprietary[edit] MoxieManager - MCFileManager/MCImageManager replacementMCFileManager - Discontinued 2013MCImageManager - Discontinued 2013 Open source[edit] Language support[edit] Product support[edit] Themes and skins[edit] Compressor[edit] See also[edit] Kupu References[edit] External links[edit]

ONLamp.com Building Photo Uploaders with XAML Who says Windows can't play nice with open source applications? Jack Herrington uses the XAML technology on Windows Vista to create a visually appealing and user-friendly image uploading application for getting pictures into a PHP web application. [Windows] Managing Sessions and State with PHP HTTP is stateless. Autofilled PHP Forms PHP makes handling interactive web pages easy--but when you have large forms to fill out, errors to handle, and lots of data to pass back and forth, you can make your life easier by making PHP fill in all the form values for you. Implementing MVC in PHP: The Model The most popular "proper" way to build a web application seems to be to use the Model-View-Controller design pattern. Simplify PHP Development with WASP Where are the all-in-one PHP frameworks that make building well-factored and maintainable applications as easy as building simple sites? Calculating Entropy for Data Mining Eww, statistics.

MODX Docs | MODX Documentation Selecting data using JDatabase Version Note: While this document pertains to Joomla! 2.5 and 3.x, $db->query() throws a deprecated notice in Joomla 3.0+. In that case, change $db->query() to $db->execute(). However note $db->execute() does not work in Joomla 2.5. This tutorial is split into two independent parts: Inserting, updating and removing data from the database. This section of the documentation looks at selecting data from a database table and retrieving it in a variety of formats. Introduction Joomla provides a sophisticated database abstraction layer to simplify the usage for third party developers. Joomla can use different kinds of SQL database systems and run in a variety of environments with different table-prefixes. The Query Joomla's database querying has changed since the new Joomla Framework was introduced "query chaining" is now the recommended method for building database queries (although string queries are still supported). $db = JFactory::getDbo(); $query = $db->getQuery(true); Query Results . . .

The History of PHP From Techotopia Purchase and download the full PDF and ePub versions of this eBook for only $8.99 Every once in a while a person faces a particular problem or requirement to which there appears to be no existing solution. Faced with this problem the person decides to create a solution to provide the needed functionality. Having developed the solution to their problem it then occurs to them that others may need to solve the same problem, and they decide to make their solution freely available to others who, in turn, can use and improve on it. Within a short period of time many people adopt the technology and work on it, adding new features they feel will be useful. The history of PHP is just such a story. [edit] The Creation of PHP The first version of what came to be known as PHP was created in 1995 by a man named Rasmus Lerdof. The name "Personal Home Page/Forms Interpreter" was later shortened to PHP/FI and eventually renamed to represent "PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor".

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