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1. How You Can Debug PHP Online Using a Web Page and without Installing Server Side Extensions

Updated on: 2022-06-08

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Blog: XR PHP Debugger Online package blog
Package: XR PHP Debugger Online

Most PHP developers need to debug their code as part of the development work to ensure it works well as expected.

PHP provides debugging functions that have limited capabilities.

There are alternative solutions based on PHP extensions that are hard to install and often required to alter the security protections to debug PHP applications running on production servers.

They often require special effort to integrate with IDE tools that support PHP.

This package provides a better alternative that allows developers to debug their PHP applications.

It allows developers to insert a few lines of code in the PHP applications that they want to debug.

Then developers can access a Web server that provides a user-friendly interface to control the PHP application they want to debug.


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1. How to Extract PHP HTTP Request Variables to Pass to a Controller using a Router Class that Extracts Many Types of Values

Updated on: 2022-06-03

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Blog: Mezon PHP HTTP Request Values package blog
Package: Mezon PHP HTTP Request Values

PHP provides super-global variables to facilitate access to the values extracted from the current HTTP request.

Nowadays, many applications use router components that can parse the HTTP request to configure which controller class handles the HTTP request.

This package combines the features of PHP to extract HTTP request values with the quality of the Mezon router class to retrieve HTTP request values and route parameter values using the same code.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Darts Count to Help Darts Game Players to Keep Track of the Game Score

Updated on: 2022-05-31

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Blog: PHP Darts Counter Game package blog
Package: PHP Darts Counter Game

Darts is a popular game that allows several people to play by throwing dart arrows at a target board. Each player can earn points depending on how close the hands stick to the center of the board.

This package can help manage each player's score until each game ends to determine who won.

This way, the package can help keep track of the game's progress accurately, so the players do not have to remember how many points each player is scoring.


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1. How to Use PHP Code to Generate Excel Report Pages in a Site Using a Joomla CMS Plugin

Updated on: 2022-05-27

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Blog: Joomla Summary Report package blog
Package: Joomla Summary Report

Joomla is a popular content management system (CMS) written in PHP. Developers can extend it with plugins that make it more useful for sites that publish content using the Joomla system.

This package provides an example of a plugin for the Joomla CMS that can show how to create plugins in practice. It shows how to extract data from Microsoft Excel files and display it as a report on a Web page managed by Joomla.


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1. How to Implement a Process of Automated Testing of PHP Web Applications Controlling a Browser using PHP from the Console

Updated on: 2022-05-26

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Blog: PHP Browser Reload package blog
Package: PHP Browser Reload

The best way to test a Web application is to do human testing.

Human testing means that a natural person uses a browser to access the Web application pages. It is possible to confirm that the user performs the desired actions in the application.

Sometimes it is convenient to automate the tests making the current user access the same page again. So the user would need to tell the browser to reload the current page.

This package provides a means to automate the browser reloading process by emulating the user's input to make the browser reload the current page without having a natural person interacting with the browser application.


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1. How to Make More Money from Exchanging Currencies using a PHP Currency Converter Commission Calculator Class

Updated on: 2022-05-25

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Blog: PHP Commission Calculator package blog
Package: PHP Commission Calculator

Many people work in the currency exchange market, trading money amounts between different currencies.

Each exchange transaction has associated commissions paid to the dealers that perform the transaction.

This package can automate the calculations of the commission amounts involved in a set of currency exchange transactions.


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1. How to Implement a PHP CDN File Syncronization Solution to Serve Static Files Faster in CakePHP Applications

Updated on: 2022-05-24

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Blog: PHP CDN Upload Functions package blog
Package: PHP CDN Upload Functions

A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a service that allows off-loading the service of pages and other Web site resources to a network of third-party servers.

Those servers can be geographically closer to the users of a site, thus making the service of those site pages faster for those users.

This package can perform several operations to store and retrieve files stored in CDN servers directly. It makes it easier for developers to manage content stored in CDN servers from the Web sites they developed.


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1. How to Use a PHP API Generator to Quickly Create a Web Services that Responds with Database Query Results

Updated on: 2022-05-23

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Blog: PHP Database Web Service Layer package blog
Package: PHP Database Web Service Layer

Web services often need to store and retrieve data from SQL databases.

Web service clients pass parameters that the Web service providers need to process to perform the operations controlled by the parameter values sent by the Web service clients.

This package simplifies using the parameter values passed by Web service clients and executing prepared queries by automatically assigning query values to the parameter values passed to Web service.


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1. How to Create Sites that Manage PHP Job Openings Using an API

Updated on: 2022-05-16

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Blog: PHP Job Board package blog
Package: PHP Job Board

Many sites have a job system that allows users to post a job offer or receive job requests.

This package implements a job system that provides a Web interface to manage job offers and an API that may allow the integration with other systems or the implementation of a mobile version of the job system.


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1. How to Quickly Create a Laravel API Application Using Routes Generated from an OpenAPI Specification

Updated on: 2022-05-13

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Blog: Laravel OpenAPI API Application Bridge package blog
Package: Laravel OpenAPI API Application Bridge

OpenAPI is a standard that defines a file format that uses JSON to describe the functionality of an API.

Developers that want to use OpenAPI to implement an API need to parse the API specification in JSON format and write code that implements the functions of each API endpoint.

This package makes it easier for Laravel developers to implement APIs based on the OpenAPI specification. It can process an OpenAPI specification to add routes for the API endpoints.

This way, the developers only need to develop the code for the action controllers of each API endpoint.


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