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NETTUTS.com: Introducing WordPress 3 Custom Taxonomies
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 10:42 | 256 accesari

On NETTUTS.com there's a new tutorial that talks about a feature of the upcoming WordPress release (3.0) - taxonomies - and how to create custom ones for your installation.

WordPress 3 fills in a number of important gaps towards being a serious content management system. The easy-to-use custom taxonomies function gives site designers some powerful tools for building a good information architecture. Learn what taxonomies are, why they're useful, and how to use them in today's tutorial!

Taxonomies are ways to classify things and can be considered attributes about an object. In the case of WordPress, the only taxonomy that's been available has been the "Category" selection for each post. With this new functionality, it gives you even greater control over the cla

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Zend Framework Routing with XML
Sursa: http://www.zend.com | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 10:41 | 256 accesari

If you use Zend Framework you probably used the initRoutes() function in your Initializer.php to create nice URI's and creating some different routing in your application. To create a customized route for your application you can use the Zend_Controller_Router_Route class from the Zend Framework. If you use the common syntax you have to repeatedly build routes in code for all routes in your application. This makes it not maintainable for programmers. To fix this problem we are going to use a XML file with all routing information.
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Magento-Based Asynchronous Execution
Sursa: http://www.zend.com | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 10:27 | 232 accesari

Working with an off-the-shelf shopping cart usually requires a little bit of patience. Scaling an e-commerce site does have its share of problems. There is a LOT of interactivity that needs to be implemented. This can be things along the lines of generating targeted ads, sending email or charging a credit card. To charge a credit card, the ecommerce software will usually take the credit card information from the end user, put it into some form of web service request and the request is submitted to a remote system. While that web service request is taking place the process handling PHP is unable to take additional require requests to serve regular pages.
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Superdit.com: Big List of PHP Framework
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 9:17 | 214 accesari

If you've been looking for a PHP framework to try out in your next application and want to get an overall view of the framework landscape, you might want to check out this long list from Superdit.com with seventy-five different frameworks listed.

A PHP framework can help you to develop web application faster, and it used by many company around the world. Here a list of php framework that available and downloadable, I copy the sort explanation about the framework, you can go to the official site to learn more, so here
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Superdit.com: Big List of PHP Framework
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 9:17 | 237 accesari

If you've been looking for a PHP framework to try out in your next application and want to get an overall view of the framework landscape, you might want to check out this long list from Superdit.com with seventy-five different frameworks listed.

A PHP framework can help you to develop web application faster, and it used by many company around the world. Here a list of php framework that available and downloadable, I copy the sort explanation about the framework, you can go to the official site to learn more, so here
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PHPBuilder.com: Working with the Symfony Components PHP Libraries
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 8:48 | 261 accesari

On PHPBuilder.com today there's a new article looking at working with the three Symfony component libraries as standalone tools that can be used outside of the framework - YAML handling, templating and an event dispatcher.

These libraries were once an integrated part of the Symfony project, but now they represent a separate Symfony project. Because the Symfony Components are standalone PHP classes, you can both use them without the Symfony MVC framework and integrate them very easily in any PHP project. You can install each of the Symfony Components in the same, very simple manner. All you need to do is download the source code (a TAR or a ZIP archive) from the project page.

The tutorial goes through
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PHPBuilder.com: Working with the Symfony Components PHP Libraries
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 8:48 | 223 accesari

On PHPBuilder.com today there's a new article looking at working with the three Symfony component libraries as standalone tools that can be used outside of the framework - YAML handling, templating and an event dispatcher.

These libraries were once an integrated part of the Symfony project, but now they represent a separate Symfony project. Because the Symfony Components are standalone PHP classes, you can both use them without theSymfony MVC framework and integrate them very easily in any PHP project. You can install each of the Symfony Components in the same, very simple manner. All you need to do is download the source code (a TAR or a ZIP archive) from the project page.

The tutorial goes through
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Python 3.1: String Formatting
Sursa: http://www.devshed.com/ | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 8:00 | 239 accesari

In this conclusion to a three-part series on Python 3.1, you'll learn how to format strings and put them together in different ways. We'll also review what we covered in the series as a whole, which includes your first Python program. This article is excerpted from the book Beginning Python: Using Python 2.6 and Python 3.1,, written by James Payne, Developer Shed Editor-in-Chief (Wrox, 2010; ISBN: 0470414634).
- If you like what you're reading here, you can find it at Wrox or purchase the entire book at Amazon. Putting Strings Together in DifferentWays Another way to specify strings is to use a format specifier. It works by putting in a special sequence of characters that Python will interpret as a ...
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Community News: Latest Releases from PHPClasses.org
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 7:02 | 253 accesari

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Community News: Latest Releases from PHPClasses.org
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 7:02 | 246 accesari

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Ibuildings techPortal: State & Ajax - How to Maintain Browser and Application State in an Asynchrono
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 11 Mai 2010 12:38 | 232 accesari

On the Ibuildings techPortal today they've posted the latest podcast recording from the 2009 Dutch PHP Conference sessions, Paul Reinheimer's look at maintaining state with Ajax ("in an Asynchronous World").

This talk will examine the two greatest problems in Ajax development (except for that pesky browser issue): Exactly what that "Asynchronous" word means, what problems it creates, and how they can be effectively managed, next the YUI Browser History object will be examined, finally handing control of Ajax applications back to the user via their familiar back button.

You can listen to this new episode in one of two ways - either by using the
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Ibuildings techPortal: State & Ajax - How to Maintain Browser and Application State in an Asynchrono
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 11 Mai 2010 12:38 | 187 accesari

On the Ibuildings techPortal today they've posted the latest podcast recording from the 2009 Dutch PHP Conference sessions, Paul Reinheimer's look at maintaining state with Ajax ("in an Asynchronous World").

This talk will examine the two greatest problems in Ajax development (except for that pesky browser issue): Exactly what that "Asynchronous" word means, what problems it creates, and how they can be effectively managed, next the YUI Browser History object will be examined, finally handing control of Ajax applications back to the user via their familiar back button.

You can listen to this new episode in one of two ways - either by using the
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Technology Preview of the SimpleCloud API
Sursa: http://www.zend.com | Marti 11 Mai 2010 11:49 | 235 accesari

It's been over six months since the initial code release of theSimpleCloud API, and the code has come a long way since then: thanks to theefforts of Stas, Wil, and our partners, we now have a solid, well-tested,documented code base that shows off integration with Amazon, Windows Azure,and Nirvanix.
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Developer.com: Creating Complex, Secure Web Forms with PHP and HTML_QuickForm2
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 11 Mai 2010 11:05 | 204 accesari

New on Developer.com today there's a tutorial looking at creating complex, secure forms with the HTML_QuicForm2 PEAR package. This package will give you more control over the form, the validation it performs and the overall security it automatically handles.

For PHP developers, HTML_QuickForm2 PEAR package provides a programmatic interface for rigorously defining form controls, value requirements, and user notifications. Using HTML_QuickForm2 helps these developers create usable and secure Web forms without sacrificing visual appeal. This solution takes much of the guesswork out of secure forms development, allowing you to create robust forms with minimal time investment. In this article, I show you how to take advantage of HTML_QuickForm2 to streamline the creation and validation of complex HTML
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Developer.com: Creating Complex, Secure Web Forms with PHP and HTML_QuickForm2
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 11 Mai 2010 11:05 | 297 accesari

New on Developer.com today there's a tutorial looking at creating complex, secure forms with the HTML_QuicForm2 PEAR package. This package will give you more control over the form, the validation it performs and the overall security it automatically handles.

For PHP developers, HTML_QuickForm2 PEAR package provides a programmatic interface for rigorously defining form controls, value requirements, and user notifications. Using HTML_QuickForm2 helps these developers create usable and secure Web forms without sacrificing visual appeal. This solution takes much of the guesswork out of secure forms development, allowing you to create robust forms with minimal time investment. In this article, I show you how to take advantage of HTML_QuickForm2 to streamline the creation and validation of complex HTML

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