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1. How to Use a WordPress Post Object to Create Posts with Images using Object Oriented Programming

Updated on: 2022-12-06

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Blog: WP Post package blog
Package: WP Post

WordPress is a popular content management system written in PHP, often used to create blogs.

WordPress code is, in significant part, made of code written using global functions.

This package provides an object-oriented wrapper to access the functionality of WordPress that manipulates posts and images.

This way, it can please developers that prefer to write code to access WordPress content using classes of objects.


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1. How to Use a PHP json_decode Equivalent Function that Can Decode Objects with Quoted Key Names

Updated on: 2022-12-01

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Blog: Services_JSON package blog
Package: Services_JSON

JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a popular format for exchanging data structures between applications in many different languages.

PHP provides built-in functions to encode and decode data structure values in JSON format.

Currently, PHP does not support decoding objects encoded in JSON format with the object keys with double quotes.

This package provides a workaround written in pure PHP for decoding objects with or without quotes in the object key names. This possibility overcomes the limitation of the current PHP versions.

It allows the decoding processing of JSON data generated by applications written in other languages or components that do not use quotes to encode object key names.


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1117. Make SQL Queries Run Faster Using the EverSQL MySQL Query Optimization Tool - 4 minutes - Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 93 Part 6

Updated on: 2022-12-01

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Slow SQL queries are one of the factors that can make sites slower and cause harm to the user experience.

Fortunately, optimization tools can suggest small changes in your database schema that can make your SQL queries run much, so your Web sites can provide a much better user experience.

EverSQL is one of those optimization tools that can suggest effective changes for databases stored in MySQL servers or some other server compatible with MySQL, such as MariaDB.

Read this article, watch a 4-minute video, or listen to part 6 of episode 93 of the Lately in PHP podcast to learn how to optimize your MySQL database using the EverSQL tool for free.


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1. How to Save Time Following Instagram Profiles That Matter to You by using a PHP Instagram Feed Notification Tool

Updated on: 2022-11-29

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Blog: PHP Instagram Feed Notification package blog
Package: PHP Instagram Feed Notification

Some people avoid spending too much time on social networks when they consider those social networks a distraction that is not worth their time.

Still, those who want to follow specific profiles would prefer following those profiles if they did not have to go daily to the profile pages.

This package provides a solution that sends email messages only when new posts of specific Instagram profiles are published.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Progressive Web App for E-Commerce that Provides Great User Experience

Updated on: 2022-11-28

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Blog: React Laravel Stripe MailJet Pizza Ordering package blog
Package: React Laravel Stripe MailJet Pizza Ordering

Many PHP developers get customer requests to develop applications that allow their customers to place orders for pizza on the Internet.

This package implements a progressive Web application using PHP and JavaScript to implement a complete pizza ordering system.

This application helps other developers learn how to implement advanced Web applications for e-commerce or even other applications that can work without requiring users to install native applications for Android, iOS, or other mobile devices.


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1. How to Avoid PHP Bugs using Type Safe Variables

Updated on: 2022-11-25

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Blog: Ristretto PHP package blog
Package: Ristretto PHP

Type safety is a characteristic of languages that require certain operations with values of the correct values. This characteristic is good for catching bugs early in application development.

PHP was not originally a type-safe language. PHP is more tolerant of developer mistakes. This fact makes PHP a more accepted language among developers without formal education in programming.

This package provides a solution to make PHP more type-safe to avoid that applications shipping code with programming mistakes.

It provides several classes that implement type-safe operations, including some that are useful for cryptography applications.

With this package, you can implement cryptography applications with greater quality when compared to applications that do not use type safety.


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1. How to Keep Track of All PHP Errors Not Showing to Users and Happen in the Same PHP Script

Updated on: 2022-11-24

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Blog: PHP Custom Error package blog
Package: PHP Custom Error

Sometimes PHP applications need to keep track of multiple non-fatal errors that may happen during the execution of the same PHP script.

This package provides a simple class that can keep track of all error messages and codes that happen every time the current PHP script calls the class.

This possibility allows application developers to get a complete list of errors in executing a single script.


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1. How to Use a PHP BlockChain API to Append Data to Your Application BlockChain Records

Updated on: 2022-11-23

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Blog: PHP Quill package blog
Package: PHP Quill

Chronicle is a Web service application that can process HTTP requests to append data in blockchains.

The Quill package is a PHP client package that can write data to a Chronicle server to update blockchains.

This package allows the creation of distributed clients that can generate blockchain data stored in a Chronicle server.


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1. How to Create Custom Posts with PHP Template Scripts Using a WordPress Custom Post Type Plugin

Updated on: 2022-11-22

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Blog: WordPress Custom Post Type with Template package blog
Package: WordPress Custom Post Type with Template

WordPress is a popular content management system written in PHP. It is very flexible, allowing developers to extend the system's capabilities in many ways.

One of those ways to extend WordPress capabilities is to create custom post types.

This package provides a class that can improve WordPress custom posts. It can render the pages of custom posts automatically using PHP scripts that define templates to generate the post HTML.


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1. How Can PHP Get Page Content of a Past Version of a Web Site to Find Security Issues Due to Recent Changes

Updated on: 2022-11-21

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Blog: ReconCat package blog
Package: ReconCat

The Web Archive is a site that can show past versions of Web site pages. It provides a service that retrieves Web pages on different dates.

This way, it is possible to retrieve the contents of a given page as it was on past dates.

This package provides a command written in PHP that you can run from the command line console to retrieve many versions of the same. It can use threads to recover many pages faster.

The ability to retrieve past versions of a page can help detect changes caused by security incidents.

Security professionals can compare the versions of the same page to find pages that were changed and may need a new security auditing process to determine if people with bad intentions caused the changes.


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