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Exceptions, you're doing it wrong

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 23/5/2008 advanced tutorials exceptions framework

Once again a post aimed at the PHP community, not so much of a rant but more of something I’ve seen done horribly wrong in a lot of PHP code recently

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Adding Custom Panels to the CakePHP Status Plugin

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 11/8/2009 cakephp framework plugin status

There are two different ways to add a panel '" using requestAction or Ajax. The general rule is if the panel is pretty fast to load and content is static use requestAction. If the panel takes some time or you want to be able to interact with it then use Ajax. For example, the logs panel uses requestAction since it's pretty quick to grab the log entries and you really don't need to interact with them. The Google Analytics panel, on the other hand, takes a few seconds to query the API and has options to change the timeframe, so it uses Ajax.

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Taking a look at ten different PHP frameworks

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 20/3/2006 Zend cakephp framework general symfony wact

PHP frameworks are the latest hot topic in the PHP community, and new frameworks are being released daily. With over 40 frameworks available it's difficult to decide which framework works best for you, especially as each framework offers different functionality.

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Setup a quick Yahoo Search page within a few minutes!

in PHP added by finalwebsites, on 18/11/2007 Zend beginner tutorials framework php5

Nice tutorial on using the Yahoo search web service with the classes from the Zend framework.

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How To: Code Your First Web App (Part 2)

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 23/8/2007 beginner tutorials database framework mysql user

In Part 1 of How To: Code Your First Web App, I covered the basics of setting up a MySQL database, connecting to it with PHP and then I introduced a few functions to create and manage users. At the end, I briefly went into setting up the header file which will be used with every file created from here on out. The next step is creating the main files that actually do things.

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Cake Tutorial: Building A Simple Blog - Part 2

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 8/9/2006 advanced tutorials bake blog cake example framework

This tutorial shows you how to use more advanced Cake methods to improve on the Baking a Blog with Cake example.

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Application-level Logging with the Zend Framework

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 28/11/2007 Zend advanced tutorials framework

There are different reasons for logging information, different strategies for what and how to log, and of course different ways of implementing it. This article will look at why you would want to log, what you want to log and how to do it.

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An overview of the CakePHP framework

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 3/9/2006 bake beginner tutorials cakephp framework

There are many frameworks available for the PHP programming language nowadays, and especially a lot of RAD (Rapid Application Development) frameworks which aim to make web development faster, less tedious and more organized. CakePHP was one of the first frameworks to port the RAD philosophy - which became so popular after Ruby on Rails - to the PHP programming language.

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How To: Code Your First Web App (Part 1)

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 22/8/2007 beginner tutorials database framework mysql user

In its most basic form, a web application is typically comprised of multiple files utilizing PHP and MySQL technologies on a LAMP server. PHP provides a powerful means of carrying out your web application's functions by way of server-side scripting while MySQL is used to store information in a database. In this series of posts I will be showing you how easy it is to create a simple web application framework which you can adapt for almost any purpose - all this with only basic PHP and MySQL knowledge.

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How To: Code Your First Web App (Part 3)

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 25/8/2007 beginner tutorials database framework mysql user

By now you are probably waiting for the final part of this web app series so you can actually begin putting something together from what you've learned in Part 1 and Part 2. I won't disappoint you then. I wrote an example web app available for download at the end of this article.

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