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1. How Can PHP Cache Database Query Results to Make Your PHP Applications Faster Using a Redis Server

Updated on: 2023-12-08

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Blog: PHP Cache Database Results Library package blog
Package: PHP Cache Database Results Library

Many PHP applications must execute database queries to retrieve data to display on Web pages or serve to mobile applications via an API.

Database queries can take a lot of time to execute. If your application must complete the same question often, using a cache solution may speed up retrieving the database query results.

There are many types of cache solutions. This package implements a cache solution that uses a Redis server to store cached database query results.

This way, applications that retrieve database query results may become faster.

At the same time, they can be ready to reuse the same Redis cache server by multiple servers that your site or mobile application may need to access to handle accesses from many simultaneous users.


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1. How to Use a PHP Container Class to Add Transaction Support to Make Your Applications More Robust

Updated on: 2023-12-07

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Blog: PHP Transactional Containers package blog
Package: PHP Transactional Containers

Transactions are a sequence of operations that must be executed in an atomic way. This means that if one of the operations of the sequence fails, all operations executed previously need to be reverted.

If you use a database server like MySQL or others, they support transactions.

Now, it may be hard to support transactions if you use a data object that may use a database server or not, and you have not anticipated the support for transactions since the beginning.

This package can help add transaction support to an application that uses data objects by adding minimal code to improve the application's robustness.


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1. How to Implement a Modern PHP AJAX Login System that Uses JSON Web Tokens to Transmit Data Securely From the Broswer to a PHP Server Side API

Updated on: 2023-12-05

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Blog: PHP AJAX Login with JWT and Fetch API package blog
Package: PHP AJAX Login with JWT and Fetch API

A JSON Web Token (JWT) is a text string with values encoded in the JSON format that stores values that may be signed using cryptography methods, so it can be used to transmit messages verified when the messages reach the destination.

Modern browsers already support the JavaScript Fetch API. Using this API, developers can use a more modern way to send asynchronous requests from browsers to an API running on the Web server side.

This package uses both JWT and the Fetch API to implement a user login and management system that can replace traditional systems that use XMLHttpRequest object support to send AJAX requests to a server-side API implemented in PHP to authenticate and authorize user access securely.


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1. How to Use a PHP Query Builder Library to Easily Compose and Execute Database Queries With Related Tables

Updated on: 2023-12-01

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Blog: PHP Query Builder Library for Related Tables package blog
Package: PHP Query Builder Library for Related Tables

Most PHP applications that need to perform database queries to access the application data need to access data in different database tables.

Composing queries that involve multiple tables needs to be done carefully.

Learn about this PHP query builder library for related tables to build and execute queries that involve multiple tables using the PHP PDO extension.


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2. How to Use a PHP CRUD Generator Framework to Develop PHP Applications Faster

Updated on: 2023-11-30

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Blog: PHP CRUD MVC package blog
Package: PHP CRUD MVC

The PHP CRUD MVC package can generate code to speed up implementing PHP applications that use the MVC design pattern.

Developers can use the capabilities of this package to generate code to implement common functionality that would take more time and be tedious to write manually.

Read this short tutorial article to learn how the PHP CRUD MVC package works and how you can benefit from its code generation capabilities to develop your PHP applications faster using this package or the generator application available on a separate site.

It has been a while since I launched my code generator, PHPCRUD, on the web. You can access it by going to its page at https://phpcrud.ceuvago.com/#/.

Today, I'm excited to announce the 5th version, which can be downloaded via GitHub and is more powerful than ever.

If you want to see the demo video, you can watch this 2-minute video to see you have everything you need to start generating your PHP applications without programming.


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1. How to Quickly Create a PHP Developer Contract using Google Artificial Intelligence Generative Language API

Updated on: 2023-11-29

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Blog: PHP Markdown Parser package blog
Package: PHP Markdown Parser

Before a developer starts the work for a customer, it is good to have a contract that agrees with the developer and the customer, just in case you need to review what was agreed.

Writing good work contracts requires specialized knowledge of laws and a significant amount of time to write the contract.

Fortunately, some tools can generate work contracts from existing templates according to the type of work to be done.

One of those tools is the Google Generative Language API, which uses artificial intelligence to generate a suitable contract according to your needs.

Read this tutorial to learn how to use the Google Generative Language API to generate and output a PHP developer contract on an HTML page from the PHP code provided as an example.


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1. How to Develop a PHP CRUD Application that Asks Users for Confirmation of Important Actions using JavaScript Dialog Windows

Updated on: 2023-11-27

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Blog: UpMVC PHP CRUD Framework package blog
Package: UpMVC PHP CRUD Framework

CRUD is a set of operations that can be performed on database records. Usually include the operations to Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete records.

Many PHP developers have implemented pages to let users request that CRUD operations be performed on the application database records, for instance, in an application to manage user contacts.

Certain CRUD operations are delicate, so it is better that users confirm these actions before they are executed because the application may not be able to revert them. That is the case of an operation to delete a database record permanently.

UpMVC PHP CRUD Framework is a PHP package that implements CRUD operations. This package can generate HTML with JavaScript to ask the user to confirm the execution of delicate actions before those actions are executed.


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1. How to Use a PHP API Framework Generator Tool to Quickly Create PHP API Applications With Unit and Feature Testing

Updated on: 2023-11-23

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Blog: Ala PHP API Micro-Framework package blog
Package: Ala PHP API Micro-Framework

Nowadays, many PHP applications are APIs that serve mobile applications.

These applications follow common implementation patterns that make the code of different applications look very similar.

This fact makes the code of this type of application an excellent candidate to be at least in part generated by tools that depart from simple definitions and develop all the code necessary to run the applications.

This package implements a code generation tool that can generate code to implement an API that implements CRUD operations using the Lumen package and the query builder to customize the details of the CRUD operations.

It also generates code to implement the application unit and feature testing to help verify the quality of the API application.


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1. IntroduÁ„o a uma Classe para Criar um Menu Din‚mico com um sub menu

Updated on: 2023-11-22

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Blog: PHP Dynamic Menu with submenu package blog
Package: PHP Dynamic Menu with submenu

Neste artigo curto apresento os recursos desta class para criar um menu din‚mico.

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1. How to Use PHP and AJAX to Load a Page without Refresh and Preserve the Browser Page History

Updated on: 2023-11-21

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Blog: Simple PHP AJAX Load Page Without Refresh package blog
Package: Simple PHP AJAX Load Page Without Refresh

The speed of load of the pages is one factor that determines a site's quality.

AJAX requests can be used to make page loads faster by only retrieving the parts of a page that change when a user clicks on a link or submits a form that makes another page load.

This package provides a JavaScript library to make pages load dynamically using AJAX requests while preserving the browser history of pages, so the user can use the browser back and forward buttons to navigate in the browser page history.


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