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Writing a very simple JS editor

There are nice web editors out there which are ready to be used: you just download them and plug them in your page. I have used myself both CodeMirror and ACE in the past. For example I wrote a plugin for CodeMirror to support PlantUML. However there is an issue with these editors: they are difficult to extend and difficult ...

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PHP Uppercase And Lowercase Example

In this example we will show you how to manipulate strings from uppercase to lowercase and from lowercase to uppercase with PHP. This is neccesary when you need to format text. For this example we will use: A computer with PHP >= 5.5 installed notepad++         1. Getting Started Changing text from uppercase to lowercase or from lowercase to ...

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PHP Qr Code Generator Example

QR codes is an abbreviation for quick response code. It was first designed for the automotive industry in Japan. A QR code consists of black squares arranged in a square grid on a white background. QR codes is used to store information or data. Data stored with QR codes can be read with a smart mobile device. In this example ...

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PHP Number Format Example

Sometimes it can be neccessary to display a nicely formatted number on a webpage, instead of an ugly and hard to understand number. For example 234,654.49 is way more beautiful and easier to comprehend than 234654.49876. This is where number formating comes in. In this example we shall discuss number formatting in PHP. For this example we will use: A ...

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Improve Documentation by Automating Spelling and Grammar Checks

What’s one of the first things you look at when trying a new piece of software? Or after you’ve hit that tempting Download button, what’s your usual next step? I will take a bet that for at least 70 percent of you, it’s the documentation that you check out next. However, writing documentation is typically something that developers would rather ...

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Setting Up and Deploying a Modern PHP Application

Despite widespread adoption, PHP has long received criticism for being inconsistent and encouraging questionable development practices. That said, millions of developers use PHP regularly, and many of them are making real software that solves real business needs, so it’s important that we understand how to use the language and deploy it in a modern environment. Why PHP? First, let’s discuss ...

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Container Image Immutability and the Power of Metadata

One of the principles of Docker containers is that an image is immutable — once built, it’s unchangeable, and if you want to make changes, you’ll get a new image as a result. In this post, we’ll take a deep dive into the immutability of containers, and then we’ll look at some of the consequences and potential problems, as well ...

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PHP Json Encode And Decode Example

Json is an abbreviation for JavaScript Object Notation. It is a lightweight format that is used for data interchanging. It is based on a subset of JavaScript language (the way objects are built in JavaScript). In this example we will create a simple or trivial web app that shows us how to manipulate Json with PHP( Encode and decode Json ...

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Decomposing Monolithic View Systems

When we break down a monolithic app into microservices, we go through a process known as decomposition. Simply put: This process can be a bit overwhelming. After all, if you have a really large monolith, you have a ton of code to organize and decompose! Because of this, I believe decomposition is best implemented as a slow and gradual process. ...

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