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Accessing the Command Line From PHP

This tutorial will explain the different methods of accessing the system command line from a PHP script. Being able to run external programs can come in handy, and fortunately there are multiple functions that will do this. We will explain the differ...
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How to Develop a Website like Myspace, Youtube or Facebook

How to Develop a Website like Myspace, Youtube or Facebook, Start with a base script you can get the source code too then develop your functions. Social Groupie is like Facebook, Datecomm is like myspace, VideosBroadcastYourself is like Youtube, cre...
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Coding With Style

An article from a series of articles that I'm writing. This one is about the importance of proper coding style.
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Plugins - Do It Yourself

In this article, you will learn to write a dynamic plugin engine for your own project.
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Effective In-Function Caching With PHP5

In-function caching can often be used to greatly improve the performance of our software. Applying this technique effectively is important to avoid spiraling memory usage and bizarre bugs that can be caused by old cache data lingering around.
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Lazy loading with autoload and PHP!

Are you ended up with many PHP files and having hard managing them all? You don''t want to include them all in your scripts... but your not sure what you will need! This could well answer your problems ;)
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9 PHP Debugging Techniques You Should Be Using

Save yourself time, effort and headaches by employing the debugging techniques discussed in this article. I cover topics from enabling notices to writing Unit Tests, as well as some ideas you may not have thought of...
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The Hitchhikers Guide to PHP Load Balancing

This post gives an introduction to the complications that can arise from deploying your PHP applications onto a load balanced web hosting platform. This is a must-read article if you are planning to develop large scale web applications, or if your so...
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The Truth About PHP Variables

This article examines how PHP handles passing of variables internally, as well as how this relates to memory usage. This information is can be very useful for any professional PHP developer as it shows how passing variables by reference will normally...
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PHP Debugging with Zend Studio

In this tutorial, we will explore how to use the latest update of Zend Studio for debugging PHP scripts. But first, we will get an overview of the product, its various editions, the system requirements for running it, and other installation considera...
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