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Paypal and NuSOAP

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 8/11/2007 intermediate paypal soap webservice

This is a quick guide to building webservice clients for Paypal SOAP webservices.

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Using Zend framework Components In CakePHP

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 27/11/2007 Zend framework intermediate webservice

In this article I describe how to use Zend framework components in a CakePHP application by means of building a very simple CakePHP application using Zend_Service_Flickr, a component for accessing the Flickr web services.

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Introduction to Debugging and Error Checking

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 22/1/2008 debugging error-checking intermediate

This article will introduce you to some basic concepts such as error checking and built-in functions like var_dump() that will aid you in tracking down errors in your PHP applications. There are also many fully-fledged debugging tools for PHP that lets you set breakpoints, watch variables, and such like, but we won't be using them in this article

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Casual cryptography for web developers

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 27/2/2008 cryptography intermediate password

Cryptography is for most web developers like a vast and endless ocean of intimidating un-absorb-able information. Which is sad, since cryptography is so useful and in many situations absolutely necessary. I will not even try to explain why, since I consider developers that don't care about the security, and integrity of their end users a lost case.

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Practical PHP Performance

in PHP added by ducani, on 20/3/2008 intermediate optimization performance

When it comes to building web applications in PHP, performance isn't typically a major concern. Features, usability and any business concerns are considered a greater priority, as they can be better demonstrated and visualised. Performance graphs don't make the boss's day. So, why should you as a PHP developer, worry about performance? Quite a few reasons, in fact...

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