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1. PSR-3 logging in a PHP application

Blog: XLogger PHP PSR Logger package blog
Package: XLogger PHP PSR Logger

Logging within an application or module is one of the overarching tasks that is usually required regardless of the purpose of the component. Be it to log error messages or certain events during the process runtime, or to record information during debugging.

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1. How to Find Proxy Servers with PHP to Send a Request to Another Server

Blog: Tor PHP Get Proxy List package blog
Package: Tor PHP Get Proxy List

Sometimes it is necessary to work around network constraints and use a proxy server to send HTTP requests to remote server.

A PHP script can be used to send any HTTP requests via a given server.

If you do not have access to a your own proxy server, you can try using the Proxy IP List site to find available servers.


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1. How to Create a Shopping Cart with a Flexible PHP Discount System?

Blog: Flexible PHP Coupon System package blog
Package: Flexible PHP Coupon System

Many e-commerce sites were developed in PHP to sell products and services.

Giving temporary discounts is a form to boost sales just to a few potencial customers. One way to give discounts is to share discount coupons codes.

Here you can learn more about how can you implement a shopping cart discount system that provides the flexibility that you need.


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1. How Can PHP Strict Types Help Preventing Bugs When Migrating to PHP 7 or PHP 8

Blog: Stern PHP Type Safety package blog
Package: Stern PHP Type Safety

Strict type support allows PHP to check if the types of values passed to functions are of the expected type.

This possibility makes it easier for developers to catch bugs in code that pass the wrong types of values to strict functions.

Strict type support was introduced in PHP 7. To make older projects take advantage of strict types, you need to migrate those projects to PHP 7 to take advantage of this and other PHP 7 features.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to perform a smooth migration of older projects to PHP 7, so you can use strict types without introducing backwards incompatible changes that could cause more bugs to appear in your projects.


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1. PHP and Mysql, playing with the database

Blog: DaoOne package blog
Package: DaoOne

PHP is the most popular programming language for web design. It is open source, powerful and popular. MySQL is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that uses Structured Query Language (SQL). It is also free and open source. The combination of PHP and MySQL gives unmet options to create just about any kind of website - from small contact form to large corporate portal.

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1. Tutorial on How to Secure Sensitive Data in PHP using Encryption and Decryption

Blog: PHP Simple Encryption and Decryption package blog
Package: PHP Simple Encryption and Decryption

As we all know, encryption is a vital process to secure sensitive data in any software application.

When done incorrectly it can result in stolen data or unrecoverable information.

Read this tutorial article to learn how to use the PHP Simple Encryption and Decryption package to choose the right cryptography cipher and generating a secure IV, so you do not need to be an expert in cryptography.



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1. PHP Authorize.Net Tutorial on Making Easier Payments through its API

Blog: PHP Authorize.net Integration with JSON API package blog
Package: PHP Authorize.net Integration with JSON API

Authorize.Net is a popular payment gateway that is used by many e-commerce Web sites and applications to process payments of products and services that those sites sell.

It supports many useful features like managing subscriptions, payment profiles, fraud management and sales reporting.

Read this tutorial to learn how to use the Authorize.net API to integrate payment processing to sell more products and services in your Web site or application using the PHP Authorize.net Integration with JSON API package.


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1. Learning from PHP Log to File Example

Blog: PHP Logging Class package blog
Package: PHP Logging Class

Logging is a common activity that most applications must perform to keep track of activities, just in case you need to analyse past activities to find the cause for any issues.

Read this article to learn from examples on how to implement logging techniques that can be used in PHP storing the logged information in files.


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1. Monday June 8, 2020

Blog: QCM Class package blog
Package: QCM Class

Evolution of QCM Class

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2. Monday June 8, 2020

Blog: OPDS PHP Ebook Publisher Class package blog
Package: OPDS PHP Ebook Publisher Class

Modifications on OPDS Class

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