PHP: Classy Dynamics

16 01 2016

flickr: by JusDaFax

Devotees of PHP may worry with the debut of PHP 7 that users have lost the beloved language we’ve known over the past twenty years. In truth, the newest version generally conforms to previous ones. In fact, the advent of PHP 7 heralds a technology distinguished by greater flexibility and consistency.

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Dealing with Flickr Data

27 08 2010

I wanted to create a database on my local box of various flickr pics related primarily to flowers. Read the rest of this entry »





Variations on a Post

5 08 2010

This post comes as a result of my having browsed http://www.lornajane.net/posts/2010/Three-Ways-to-Make-a-POST-Request-from-PHP. Read the rest of this entry »





PHP5.3 and Namespaces

1 08 2010

In today’s post, I’d like to explore namespaces in PHP, a new feature that is in version PHP5.3. Read the rest of this entry »





Dynamic Classes

31 07 2010

There is a little bit of a mystery involving dynamic class creation. Read the rest of this entry »





Triggering PHP with jQuery (AJAX)

25 07 2010

In JavaScript Triggering PHP Without Page Reload, I examine the old-fashioned way of having JavaScript get a response from PHP by using an iframe element. Now with AJAX, Read the rest of this entry »





JavaScript Triggering PHP Without Page Reload

24 07 2010

Same issue as in previous post JavaScript Triggering PHP but let’s do it without a page reload. Read the rest of this entry »





JavaScript Triggering PHP

23 07 2010

Issue:
JavaScript (JS) needs to call PHP and have PHP return a value to JS which JS can use to toggle the background color. Read the rest of this entry »





Math,Dates and PHP (cont’d)

20 06 2010

The last posting considered the following snippet: Read the rest of this entry »





PHP – Abstract Classes and Interfaces

15 04 2010

For those of you who may be looking for my Compression Part IV — it is coming soon. In the meantime, I thought it would be fun to take a quick look at PHP’s abstract classes and interfaces. Read the rest of this entry »








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