By default Fractal has native support for Laravel:
Server side programming. LAMP Stack, NodeJS, CodeIgniter and more.
By default Fractal has native support for Laravel:
Since August 2015, the EasyPHP developers have moved their modules into a called “Warehouse” in which they will host up to date modules for their famous WAMP server. This Warehouse is now subscription based, and if you want to download a module, say, the latest or an old PHP version, you will need to pay for it.
EasyPHP will remain free, is just the modules for customisation that are now under the subscription model. However, if you only want to update your PHP version to any in specific, just follow the steps below.
The Form Validation class is great to validate simple input fields such as textareas, checkboxes, text fields, etc. But what about file inputs? If you have a mix of text and file inputs, your controller can get messy if you try to validate both. Lets take a look at a neat solution that only involves extending your Form Validation class.
The famous RSS parser, SimplePie, has changed a few rules in the last couple of versions. The previous methods used to install the library in CodeIgniter are now obsolete. Lets take a look at the new method to get it working in just 5 minutes.
There is your client, complaining that they can’t see the changes you just made to their website. You explain them that they need to delete their browser cache in order to properly visualize the modifications. They said they don’t know how, and this is when you lose your patience and decide for a more radical solution. We are developers right? there has to be something easier than explaining the client how to delete their cache. Read on for more.
Twitter Bootstrap has some nice styling for error messages in forms. Using jQuery form validation could come handy and its actually pretty easy to integrate. The question is, how do we use the Bootstrap styling along with jQuery Validation plugin? Read on for more.
Lets face it. Responsive design is here to stay and it is the solution to all of our nightmares regarding mobile web design. For those who are not aware of this technique, I invite you to read my other post where I explain what it is. But lets get to the point. Sometimes we need to add conditionals to our WordPress theme in order to detect if the visitor is visiting us from a mobile device, if so, we remove or add content. This is solved by using a custom made function called is_mobile() embedded into our functions.php. Read on for more.
I was developing a website where people would place horse bets and the system should be able to calculate all the possible permutations based on the user selection. That means: finding all the possible combinations in a two dimensional array. I found a couple of functions but none of them would keep the array keys intact. So, I came up with this idea after a few gray hairs.
CodeIgniter lacks of an error handling class for custom errors. The Form Validation class is very nice for forms, the logs are pretty useful as well, but what happens when we need to handle our own errors?. Currently there is no official solution for this so I decided to take the matter in my own hands.
I present you the Error Validation Class.
Most of the time my clients need to download data from their database tables. Exporting to CSV is a pain in the rear for users and it leads to confusion (you know the colon and semicolon stuff). Today, I decided to make a very small controller that is portable and efficient for exporting full MySQL tables to Excel 2003 using PHPExcel and CodeIgniter.
With CodeIgniter 2, plugins are no longer an option. Usually you would just add the Facebook PHP SDK as a plugin and you were good to go, but now, you need to make a little modification to the SDK in order to use Facebook Connect on your CodeIgniter application. Lets start by explaining what is, how to get started and how to authenticate an user using the Facebook API.
I know its a bit late, CI 2.0 has been out since January 28th, 2011, but lets talk about it anyway and recapitulate some of the new features of this framework. The new stuff is great, and this time I believe it deserves a second look if you are not much into CI.
Let me thank in advance the guys of the CI team for their great work.
Reading Word documents with PHP on a Linux box can be a real pain. It requires DOM which is only available on the Windows platform. However, Unkwntech from Stack Overflow made quite a nice function to read Word documents and extract its information. It will only parse text content, but it is enough for most of the tasks we will be doing anyway.
With all this load of smartphones and tablets, it is mandatory for us as developers to optimize our content as much as possible so everybody can see it, no matter what device they are using. This is why I wrote a small but powerful function to properly detect a wide range of mobile devices and redirect to an special content accordingly.
Yeah, it is a much discussed topic in every CI forum. I needed to set up a payment gateway and it was mandatory to receive the gateway response via $_GET, so I decided to do an investigation on the matter and this is what I came up with.