As we all know PHP stands for “PHP Hypertext Preprocessor” which was initially called as “Personal Home Page” designed by Rasmus Lerdorf. From last few years it has penetrated in the market like a Virus. There are various debates done on PHP as compared to other scripting languages like ASP.net, etc..
What if you had a nickle for every time you heard: “I have the perfect idea for a great application!“? It’s the buzz on the street. The iPhone has created unprecedented excitement and innovation from people both inside and outside the software development community. Still for those outside the development world, the process is a bit of a mystery.
Smarty is a PHP-based templating engine/framework. It allows you to further separate your business logic from its visualization, by removing as much PHP code as possible away from your views. Some developers and frameworks prefer not to use a templating engine, others do prefer them to using plain PHP in your views. Both points of view can be argued, and in the end, it?s mostly a matter of taste. Anyway, it?s never a bad idea [...]
Mozilla Firefox has always been the first and foremost choice of the internet users. Due to this the development community of Mozilla always try to come up with things that are useful for the users to work with. One of the best things about the Mozilla firefox Add-ons is the ease of use. You can have the add-on do whatever browser could do. For web designers and developers the amount of time saved and information [...]
Hi, normally we programmer build big and beautiful website with loads of dynamic pages. But there are lots of problems in seo with this dynamic pages. It can be that the page is not been crawled or many other. This happens because the url is not friendly. The url mostly used in these dynamic pages are something like the one below http://myphpscriptz.com?id=1
TinyUrl.com is the most common site used for url encoding. In this tutorial I will show you how to encode an url and decode it on your own website. This code is basically divided into two functions, first one to encode the url and second one to decode the url.
What is LAMP Server? The LAMP server (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (or Perl) is one of the most important servers you might ever set up. It will happily serve up dynamic, database-driven web sites without needing constant babysitting. Since the LAMP server’s underlying foundation is Linux it enjoys rock-solid reliability, security, and can be installed on all kinds of hardware (from that old white-box you have to a multi-CPU, RAID-enabled rack server).