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Types of caching in a PHP web application More about Printer Friendly Read More...

Posted on Tuesday, October 06, 2020 @ 21:07:50 CEST in Tutorials
by neralex

southern writes:  

As a web developer, you must have heard the term "cache" in various situations. To help you fully understand what cache means, we wrote this article.

Table Of Content

    OpCode Cache
    Application Cache
    HTTP Cache
    Proxy Cache
    End

OpCode Cache

When running a PHP script. The interpreter will parse the script into a series of operation codes, commonly known as "opcodes".

By caching the opcode in memory, we can gain significant performance improvement. This is known as opCode cache.

There is a list of well-know opCode cache engines and they are:

    Zend OpCache
    APC User Cache
    Alternative PHP Cache
    Xcache

By default, PHP ships with Zend OpCache.

Application Cache

When building an application, we can utilize some cache strategies to avoid slow response:

    Store data that is not changed often in a cache.
    Store time-consuming computed data in a cache.

Above are known as application cache.

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PHP Login Registration with Email Verification using OTP More about Printer Friendly

Posted on Tuesday, October 06, 2020 @ 21:07:39 CEST in Tutorials
by neralex

southern writes:  

Normally after user registration, we have send email at user register email address for confirm his or her email address. Once User has click on email confirmation link then after that user registration process has been completed with email verification.

But in this post, we have use OTP (One Time Password) method for verify registered user email address. Email verification is a very required process for check registered user has enter right information at the time of registration and it is also useful to prevent spam registration at our web application. For this reason verify user identity, we have to verify his or her email address. In this OTP method, If User has provide us genuine email address then on that email address our system will send one email confirmation email with OTP number. User has to just copy that OTP number and enter in email verification page which will be load after submitting registration form data. In that web page, User has to enter OTP number and submit form. After submitting form user email address will be verified.

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4images Gallery Installation-Tutorial More about Printer Friendly Read More...

Posted on Friday, December 25, 2009 @ 13:47:39 CET in Tutorials
by Raven

Coldy writes:  
The 4images Gallery Installation (integration) Tutorial is now updated for all PHP-Nuke Versions (6.5 - 8.1), CiroxX and RavenNuke 2.4.00.

You can download the new Installation-Tutorial at CyberTipps (registration required).

The 4images Gallery is one of the safest Gallery-Systems with many features.

The plans for the next year are new free templates and modifications.
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6 Different Ways to Debug a Phpnuke Problem Quickly More about Printer Friendly

Posted on Monday, October 12, 2009 @ 11:18:36 CEST in Tutorials
by Raven

floppydrivez writes:  
I have written a short tutorial on Phpnuke Downloads to help phpnuke users with debugging problems when installing blocks, modules, themes, and forum mods.

6 Ways to Debug a Phpnuke Problem Quickly
 

 

Character Entity References in HTML 4 and XHTML 1.0 More about Printer Friendly

Posted on Friday, July 31, 2009 @ 11:38:50 CEST in Tutorials
by Raven

Character Entity References in HTML 4 and XHTML 1.0
Author: Elizabeth Castro

Here is a set of tables containing the 252 allowed entities in HTML 4 and XHTML 1.0, as described in section 24 of the official HTML 4 specifications, published by the W3C. I have divided them into my own, hopefully logical, categories:

  • Entities for characters with special meaning in HTML and XHTML
  • Entities for accented characters, accents, and other diacritics from Western European Languages
  • Entities for punctuation characters
  • Entities for mathematical and technical characters (including Greek)
  • Entities for shapes and arrows

Each table has five columns. The first column contains the entity reference, in the form &entity_name;, that is, an ampersand, the entity name, and then a semi colon. The second column displays how that entity appears in your browser. The proper character will only appear if you have a font that can display it. The third column contains the number reference for the same character in the form &#number;, that is, an ampersand, a hash symbol (which signals that a number reference is coming), the character's number, and then a semi colon. The fourth column shows how the number reference displays in your browser. Again, the proper character is only displayed if the default font selected in your browser preferences contains such a character.

The fifth column contains a description of the character, and an occasional note. You can either hover over the note link to see the note, or click it to go the notes page, which will open in a separate window.

There are many ways to order character entities. You can order them alphabetically, by number, or by Unicode collection, to mention just a few methods. I find all of these rather arbitrary. So, I have taken the liberty of classifying them into what I consider logical categories, and sometimes subcategories, and then by alphabetical order. I hope you find it useful. And don't forget, you can always use your browser's Find command to find a particular word or phrase within this page.

For more information on how to use these entities in your Web pages, see HTML, XHTML, and CSS, Sixth Edition, Visual QuickStart Guide, by Elizabeth Castro.

 

 

RavenNuke(tm) Installation Tutorial More about Printer Friendly

Posted on Wednesday, April 29, 2009 @ 05:14:02 CEST in Tutorials
by Raven

MrSideJob writes:  
SideJobList.com - Your Source for Side Jobs, has updated our illustrated tutorial which includes new steps on installing RavenNuke(tm) 2.30.01.

Its a great step by step tutorial with lots of pictures to help beginners with their first installation.

It only takes 3 pieces of free software:
   * Notepad++
   * XAMPP
   * RavenNuke(tm)

RavenNuke Installation Tutorial
 



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