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1. How to Provide a Better PHP Astrology Solution By Generating Kundli Chart Analyze A Person's Behavior

Updated on: 2021-10-18

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Blog: North Indian PHP Kundli Chart package blog
Package: North Indian PHP Kundli Chart

A Kundli chart is a graphical representation of several elements used by people interested in astrology to analyze aspects of a person's personality.

This class can generate a simple Kundli chart from values related to planets that may be influencing aspects of a particular person's behavior.


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1. How to Use the Blade Template Engine in Applications that Use the CodeIgniter Framework

Updated on: 2021-10-15

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Blog: CodeIgniter Blade Template Engine package blog
Package: CodeIgniter Blade Template Engine

The Blade is a template engine included in the Laravel framework.

This package provides an alternative implementation of a template engine for the CodeIgniter framework that can render templates in Blade format.


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2. How Can PHP Create Trusted SSL Certificates for Development on a Local Network

Updated on: 2021-10-14

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Blog: PHP Web Push Notifications Server package blog
Package: PHP Web Push Notifications Server

A Web site must be running in a secure environment to implement push notifications with the PNServer package.

However, today's standard for live systems can become a problem during development in a closed or local network.

Read this tutorial to learn how the local development site can be available via the HTTPS protocol using the mkcert tool.


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1. How Can PHP Calculate the Number of Business To Give More Accurate Estimates of Delivery Dates

Updated on: 2021-10-13

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Blog: PHP Business Days package blog
Package: PHP Business Days

Many applications need to schedule dates according to the expected number of days a task needs to finish.

For instance, when a site takes e-commerce orders, it is ideal for estimating the number of business days that the order will take to be delivered.

This class provides an API for returning details of business days that give realistic estimates of final delivery dates for a task to be completed considering the days that are not business days.


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1. How to Use a PHP Template Engine that Loads Parameter Values from a File in JSON Format

Updated on: 2021-10-11

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Blog: Populate template with JSON data package blog
Package: Populate template with JSON data

Templates are a widespread way to define the format of the output of a page.

Inside each template file, you have marks that you will replace with template parameter values.

Usually, you can set the template parameters using code that calls a template engine component.

This package provides an alternative for processing templates. It can read the template parameters from files that define the parameter values in the JSON format.


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1068. How to Motivate Developers to Collaborate in Your PHP Projects - 29 Minutes of the Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 89 part 3

Updated on: 2021-10-11

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Successful projects around Open Source technologies require a lot of collaboration between many developers.

Knowing how to motivate so many developers around a PHP-based project is one of the main topics commented on by Manuel Lemos and Mike Stowe of the NomadPHP fame in the third part of episode 89 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

Listen to the podcast, watch the video with manually edited subtitles in English, read the transcript to learn more about these exciting PHP community topics.


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1. How to Use a PHP CSV Parser to Extract Its Column Types and Store Its Data Correctly in a Database

Updated on: 2021-10-08

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Blog: PHP CSV Library for Row Data Analysis package blog
Package: PHP CSV Library for Row Data Analysis

CSV is a standard file format that you can use to store data organized in tables, like, spreadsheets.

The CSV format itself does not contain many details about the types of data stored in each column of the data tables.

This class can analyze the values from a CSV file and extract several details about the column data values.


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1. PHP API Tutorial Using a Real Package of PHP Code to Demonstrate How to Do It in Practice

Updated on: 2021-10-07

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Blog: PHP API Tutorial Training Server package blog
Package: PHP API Tutorial Training Server

Creating an API can be a complex process. Depending on what you want the API to do, you may need to implement other features besides the actual API function.

For instance, you may need to implement API user management and customize the API responses to address the API user's needs better.

This package provides a solution to allow you to train yourself in API creation.

You can set up a Docker container to create a closed environment specifically to test the APIs you will make.


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1. How to Implement a PHP MySQL Table Backup Script Recover a Possibly Damaged Database Without Using MySQLDump

Updated on: 2021-10-05

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Blog: PHP MySQL Copy Database package blog
Package: PHP MySQL Copy Database

Sometimes it may be necessary to recover a database that has some damage due to an accident.

One way to recover that database is to copy the records of the tables that you can still save to another database.

This class provides a solution to save the table records of a MySQL database to another database.

It can copy a small number of records at a time to save as many records as possible.


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1. How Can a PHP IBAN Validation Component Help Applications Send Payments to the Correct Bank Accounts

Updated on: 2021-10-01

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Blog: PHP IBAN Validation package blog
Package: PHP IBAN Validation

IBAN is a standard that defines the formats of bank account numbers of people or companies from anywhere in the world.

Many applications need to send payments to other people. When the application uses the IBAN standard to store the bank account identification of the people that will receive the payment, the IBANs must be correct. This way, the payments can reach the correct bank accounts.

This package provides a method to validate IBANs using an API.


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