If you are a beginner or at intermediate stage, you may have a look at those amazing tutorials by IBM
I’m on a plane (there’s a surprise) on my way back from The Joy of Coding. It’s the title that attracted me to this conference, and it was a great little one day event with awesome people like Dan North, Erik Meijer and Dick Wall presenting. What I liked about the themes is they were broadly technology agnostic, pulling back to a level which made me remember why I’m a developer.
This article is meant for beginners and experts alike. I hope everyone would like it.
Comparison operators are an often overlooked aspect of PHP, which can lead to many unexpected outcomes. One such problem stems from strict comparisons (the comparison of booleans as integers).
Walk into any bookstore, and you’ll see how to Teach Yourself Java in 7 Days alongside endless variations offering to teach Visual Basic, Windows, the Internet, and so on in a few days or hours.
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Generating IDs like Youtube or Bit.ly using PHP
Let’s supose you want to develop your own URL shortener, like Bit.ly for example.
You can, of course, use the ID as a integer, like, 1, 2, 3, etc. If you have 12.345 rows in your database table, you will need 5 digits, like http://example.com/12345. Large applications like Youtube, have much more entries, so, to use numbers, the URL will be very long, like http://youtube.com/watch?v=231268318276783.
Life of a Web Page
By Sanjib Sinha
HTTP is stateless protocol. What that means? When you view a web page, it is a dead product. You requested a page from the server, it produced it and forgot about you. It won’t remember you until and unless you again send a request. That is the primary mechanism of Internet.
Here comes the concept of state management caching. Why is state management such a difficult problem that it requires an entire chapter in a book on WordPress programming? In the old days (about 15 years ago), standard client-server architecture was used. It meant using a fat client and a fat server. Now the scenario changed drastically.
Had you read the first part of ‘In the World of WordPress’, you would
have already found that in WordPress it is much easier to create a web site or
blog graphically without a sigle line of code.
Fitting air conditioner to your car means you can travel with more comfort. Plugins to WordPress plays almost identical role.
If you would like to embed any link, image or video through the text widget, the process is extremely simple.
One of the most important features of your WordPress blog or web site is tags.