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An Introduction to Object Oriented PHP – Part 3

The third and final part in an introduction to OOP programming. This section will cover the process of building a MySQLi database object.

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An Introduction to Object Oriented PHP – Part 2

The second in a three part guest series from Dixon Crews introducing Object Oriented PHP for beginners. In this section, we’ll learn how use constructors and destructors.

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An Introduction to Object Oriented PHP – Part 1

The first in a three part guest series from Dixon Crews introducing Object Oriented PHP for beginners.

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How to Set Up a Local PHP/MySQL Development Sandbox for Windows and OS X

A visual guide for setting up a local development environment. This tutorial will show you how to get a local copy of WordPress up and running on your computer after configuring WAMP/MAMP.

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How to Validate a Form Using PHP Part 2: Streamline Using Arrays

We’ve touched upon the basic elements of form validation and error messages in part 1 of this series, which outlines a relatively static method identifying errors and validating a form. In this edition we are going to make the elements we began with more dynamic and reduce the amount of script required to do so using arrays.

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How to Validate a Form Using PHP Part 1: Complete with Error Messages!

Having a site visitor fill out a form is the primary way to gather information. Forms are the main line of communication with anyone that visits your site, so taking the time to make sure users fill them out correctly is key. Using PHP, we are able to ensure that all fields are properly filled out before submission, with required adjustments being called to attention through the use of error messages.

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The Internet of Islands

Hardware fragmentation, crowdfunding, and an exercise in modern-day bridge building.

How We Did It: Millions of Daily Pageviews, 60% Less Server Resources

How we revamped our server’s tech stack to run on 60% less hardware and handle more concurrent requests, without any downtime or code changes.

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