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Login Form in PHP Example

In this example we will see how to make a login mechanism in PHP. The login systems is one of the most liked targets of attackers, so we have to be extremely careful with every aspect of the login. For this tutorial, we will use: Ubuntu (14.04) as Operating System. Apache HTTP server (2.4.7). PHP (5.5.9). SQLite3, a lightweight and ...

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You can’t remember every detail, so stop trying

There are more details involved in writing an application that anyone can remember. You can’t hope to retain everything you’re told: it’s easy to slip and forget something important. What can you do so you don’t feel overwhelmed when you’re sitting down alone at your computer? You don’t want to ask your clients or colleagues for help too often since ...

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PHP SoapClient Example

In this example we will see an example of a SOAP client communicating with a server. SOAP is one of many web service protocol definition. A web service is a technology that uses a protocol (SOAP in this example) for exchanging data between applications over the network. If we are developing a client for consuming a web service, we have ...

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File Handling in Amazon S3 with Python Boto Library

1.Introduction Amazon Web Services (AWS) Simple Storage Service (S3) is a storage as a service provided by Amazon.  It a general purpose object store, the objects are grouped under a name space called as “buckets”.  The buckets are unique across entire AWS S3. Boto library is the official Python SDK for software development.  It provides APIs to work with AWS ...

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Why Continuous Integration Is Important

There are many reasons often cited for why continuous integration is necessary, but none are so important, so essential, as trust. Let me elucidate; veteran developer Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin says that one of the core failings in modern software development is the breakdown in trust between developers and the rest of the business — a breakdown in trust caused ...

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PHP Date Format Example

In this example, we shall show how to deal with dates in PHP. As dates can be represented in many different ways. It is important to find a way that helps to avoid possible unexpected errors that may arise. For this example, we will use: Ubuntu (14.04) as Operating System. Apache HTTP server (2.4.7). PHP (5.5.9).     Tip You ...

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“Object Literals” in Python

This may come as a shock to my regular readers, but even as a Pythonista and Kotlinite, I’m a little jealous of JavaScript. That’s right; I – a JS hater – am jealous of JavaScript. More specifically, I’m jealous of JavaScript’s object literals (also full-featured function literals, but I don’t think I can do anything about that). Yes, in many ...

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Coming to Rust from Ruby

I like to keep an open mind for other languages and what I may learn and how I may be better for it. Yet I’m cautious about the shift toward languages that become suddenly popular. Programming languages are tools designed with particular focus that bring with them both benefits and costs. Not every language is a hammer and not every ...

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PHP Mail Function Example

In this example, we will see how we can send emails with PHP. After seeing this example, you will be able to send emails programmatically, which is especially useful in scenarios like the following: Registration confirmation. Password recovery. Notification delivery. And any other scenario where a service needs to contact a user. PHP has a built-in function called mail that ...

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