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A Gentle Introduction to the Zend Framework

This tutorial provides an introduction to the Zend Framework. It assumes readers have experience in writing simple PHP scripts that provide web-access to a database. 1. First a digression – Smarty templates: the separation of code (model and control) and display (view) 2. Using simple Zend components in isolation 3. Zend_DB – help with data persistence 4. Model View Control and related issues 5. Zend's MVC framework The examples have been built for an Ubuntu system with a local Apache server using NetBeans 6.9.1 and Zend 1.10. The NetBeans projects are available for download. Details of how to set up the environment are appended to this document along with links to tutorials at NetBeans and Oracle. Some examples use a MySQL server hosted on the same machine as the Apache server; others use a remote Oracle server accessed via Oracle's instant_client and its associated libraries. 1 Smarty The first PHP program that you wrote probably achieved the supposed ideal of just a little code embedded in a HTML page, such as this variant of Ramus Lerdorf's example script for handling input from a form for entering a user's name and age: But when you started to create real PHP applications you were using large files with lots of PHP code containing output statements that generated the HTML, as illustrated in the following fragment of a script dealing with file uploads:...

Pro Zend Framework Techniques - A.Arce

Dear Reader, Zend Framework is a powerful platform for rapidly creating PHP applications. This book takes you step-by-step through the process of building a simple content management system with Zend Framework and MySQL. You start by installing Zend Server and the framework. Then you learn to leverage the framework’s components, which manage the system’s design, content, users, and navigation, among many other things. With the base system up and running, you move on to advanced topics such as performance tuning and creating an API for your CMS. Each topic adds to your CMS, building a flexible, stable, and powerful platform on which you can base your real-world projects This book is born from my experience of developing sites using many of the current open source CMS systems. These were adequate for the sort of projects that the CMS developers originally had in mind. Working with creative people, though, I found that even the simplest projects inevitably need some customization. Developing pure custom systems is an obvious solution, but it has a downside. There are many moving parts in a secure web publishing system, and developing them all from scratch takes far too long, as well as distracting you from writing key business logic. Zend Framework gives you the best of both worlds, letting you build exactly the software you want without ever having to reinvent the wheel. Forrest Lyman

Symfony PHP framework
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Symfony PHP framework. „Who is online“ plugin. Radek Petráň petrarad@fel.cvut .cz. Open source programování LS 2010 ... Symfony PHP framework „Who is online“ plugin Radek Petráň Open source programování LS 2010 Symfony framework • PHP, OOP • Database connectors – MySQL – MySQLi – PostgreSQL • ORM – Propel – Doctrine Symfony authors • Symfony 1.0 – Fabien Potencier – Kris Wallsmith – Fabian Lange – Jonathan Wage – Bernhard Schussek – Nicolas Perriault – Dustin Whittle – Grégoire Hubert • SENSIO LABS • Popular releases • 1.3 stable, 11/2009 • 1.4 stable, 11/2009 • 2.0 Preview release How to contribute to symfony • • • • Bugs Patches Documentation Plugins – 900+ plugins, 400 authors • Code snippets • Mailing lists Who‘s online plugin • sfUserOnlinePlugin – 2 contributors – version 0.0.8 – last change 2/2010 • new plugin • Based on Who IS online widget with jQuery

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Nov 13, 2009 ... Jumpstart your web development career using popular technologies including PHP and MySQL, Ajax, RSS, PayPal™, the Facebook Platform®, Amazon Web Services™, the Google Maps API™, the Google Analytics™ web analytics service, the Google AdSense™ and Google AdWords™ advertising services, and more! Easy PHP Websites with the Zend Framework W. Jason Gilmore Bestselling author of Beginning PHP and MySQL, Third Edition WJ Gilmore, LLC Download at Boykma.Com Easy PHP Websites with the Zend Framework W. Jason Gilmore Download at Boykma.Com Easy PHP Websites with the Zend Framework Copyright © 2009 W. Jason Gilmore Published by W.J. Gilmore, LLC 1373 Grandview Avenue, Suite 214 Columbus, Ohio 43212 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, scanning, recording or otherwise, except as permitted under the 1976 United States Copyright Act, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner and the publisher. Trademarks: Trademarked names may appear in this book. Rather than use a trademark symbol with every occurrence of a trademarked name, we use the names only in an editorial fashion and to no benefit of the trademark owner, with no intention of infringement of the trademark. Zend is a trademark of Zend Technologies Ltd. Amazon Web Services™ is a trademark of, Inc. Facebook® is a registered trademark of Facebook Inc. PayPal® is a registered trademark of PayPal, Inc. Google Maps API™, GoogleAdSense™, and Google AdWords™ are trademarks of Google Inc. All other...

Step by Step guide to building a Wordpress site - PDF

How to Create a WordPress web site at by R. Berdan Dec 1, 2012 What you need. 1. Web Host & Doma 1 Softaculous 1. Login to your host and look for Software/Services 2. In Softaculous there is a 'Blogs' Category. Collapse the category and WordPress will be there. Click on it. 3. You will see an 'Install' TAB. Click it. 4. Fill in the various details and Submit. 5. That's it, you are done Install of Wordpress using Black Sun cpanel Before you can do this you must have an account with that supports the cpanel, PHP and MySQL and a domain name The domain name I am using in this example is for 1. Go to /cpanel you should see the following cpanel screen 2 Enter your username and password In the Cpanel window you will see a variety of services Special Offers Preferences SEO & Marketing Tools BlackSun Services Logs Security Domains Software/Services Advanced 3 Select the Software\Services section and Select Softaculoous – and you will see Top Scripts icons. Select Wordpress (CMS) – should be the first one. There is a drop down menu when you select the Wordpress option > Select Install.

PHP Tutorial - - DOC SERVE

PHP Tutorial PHP is a powerful server-side scripting language for creating dynamic and interactive websites. PHP is the widely-used, free, and efficient alternative to competitors such as Microsoft's ASP. PHP is perfectly suited for Web development and can be embedded directly into the HTML code. The PHP syntax is very similar to Perl and C. PHP is often used together with Apache (web server) on various operating systems. It also supports ISAPI and can be used with Microsoft's IIS on Windows. Introduction to PHP A PHP file may contain text, HTML tags and scripts. Scripts in a PHP file are executed on the server. What You Should Already Know Before you continue you should have a basic understanding of the following: • • HTML / XHTML Some scripting knowledge If you want to study these subjects first, find the tutorials on our Home page. What is PHP? • • • • • • PHP stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor PHP is a server-side scripting language, like ASP PHP scripts are executed on the server PHP supports many databases (MySQL, Informix, Oracle, Sybase, Solid, PostgreSQL, Generic ODBC, etc.) PHP is an open source software (OSS) PHP is free to download and use What is a PHP File? • • • PHP files may contain text, HTML tags and scripts PHP files are returned to the browser as plain HTML PHP files have a file extension of ".php", ".php3", or ".phtml"

The NoSQL Ecosystem, Relaxed Consistency, and Snoop Dogg

About Me ● Social Computing + Database Systems ● Easily Distracted: Wrote The NoSQL Ecosystem in The Architecture of Open Source Applications 1 1 Preliminaries ● ● ● Almost always, use PostgreSQL or MySQL Most problems can be solved by a single (large) machine Consider paying a DB vendor to solve problem But sometimes, need >1 machines ● ● Analytics on MapReduce or Column Stores Facebook famously stores 1B+ users on ~10K machines Scaling transactional workloads ● ● Google spends thousands of person-hours on Megastore/Spanner Everyone else jumps through hoops to stick to “relational model” and “SQL” ● Partition data to avoid multinode transactions (2PC) ● Avoid multirow transactions to prevent locking

WooCommerce User Guide - Red Robot Web Design

WooCommerce User Guide Version 1.0 - September 2011 Contents WooCommerce User Guide Contents Getting Started Installation Automatic installation Manual Installation The final step Upgrade Instructions Automatic Upgrade Manual Upgrade The final step Dashboard Widgets Configuration General options Base Country/Region Allowed Countries Guest checkout Force SSL ShareThis Publisher ID WooCommerce CSS Page options Catalog Options Shipping options Shipping Methods Tax options Payment gateways Adding Products Attributes Adding attributes Product Types Adding a simple product Adding a grouped product Adding a downloadable product Adding a virtual product Adding a variable product Coupon management Order management WooCommerce Widgets WooCommerce Shortcodes Getting Started The first step in setting up your WooCommerce powered online store is of course installing the plugin itself. But before you do so, please check the minimum server requirements: ● ● ● ● ● An install of WordPress 3.0 or greater PHP 5.2.4 or greater MySQL 5.0 or greater The mod_rewrite Apache module (for permalinks) fsockopen support (for payment gateway IPN access) If these criteria are not met you will no doubt run into issues with WooCommerce. Installation There are two WooCommerce installation options; Automatic or Manual. Automatic installation Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don’t even need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install of WooCommerce log in to your WordPress admin panel, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New. In the search field type “WooCommerce” and click Search Plugins. Once you’ve found the plugin you can view details about it such as the the point release, rating and description. Most importantly of course, you can install it by simply clicking Install Now. After clicking that link you will be asked if you’re sure you want to install the plugin. Click yes and WordPress will automatically complete the installation. It’s possible at this stage that you will be taken to a page requesting the FTP details of your webserver. This will be the case if you’ve not installed a plugin on this particular installation of WordPress before. If so, simply fill in your details to complete the installation.

PDF (A4) - David Valentiate
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David Valentiate (613) 720-9961 420 Gloucester Street, Ottawa Ontario Canada, K1R 7T7 Objective To develop web applications that connect people on the growing ocean of data. And to do this surrounded by an engaging team of professionals. Technical Skills PHP 5, Zend Framework, MVC, Apache, nginx, IIS, MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL, Javascript, jQuery, CSS, XHTML, HTML, Amazon Cloud Computing (EC2, EBS, S3), Rackspace Cloud Servers, Linux, Windows, IIS Experience Self Employed January 2007 – Present, Learning Management Network contract, Bluedrop Performance Learning (20+ months) PHP 5, Zend Framework, MVC Design, PostgreSQL, RESTful Design, JS, jQuery, Amazon Cloud Computing, Linux, SVN, git ● Implemented Zend Framework's MVC design pattern in a complex application. ● Created resource oriented REST design for community forum with search and categories. ● Integration and extensive customization of a 3 rd party, locally hosted web service. ● Setup and managed Amazon EC2 servers and created EBS backup management scripts. ● Worked tightly with a client to create a customized industry social network. Resource Oriented Web Application Proof of Concept personal project (200+ hours) PHP 5.3, Zend Framework, SQLite, REST, JS, jQuery, git ● Working to enable rapid development of data rich web applications using Zend Framework in a resource oriented design. Confoo Conference Montreal, March 2010 (3 days) ● Focused on sessions devoted to building scalable web applications. ZendCon 2009 Conference San Jose, October 2009 (3 days) ● Focused on building REST based web applications and best practices with the Zend Framework. Redesigned Website Database for Super Channel contract with iStudio (0.75 month) MySQL, PHP ● Implemented a drop in replacement for a defective 3 rd party database design. ● Worked within the MVC Zend Framework. eLearning Product Porting developed for LRDG (6 months) XML, XSLT, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, XHTML ● Conversion of an existing multi-lingual language learning product from Authorware to XML. ● Used XSLT to render HTML that was cross browser compatible, separated content, structure, context and presentation mechanisms, was multi-lingual, and had Javascript and Flash interaction. Client Registration System contract with LRDG (2 months) PHP, CSS, Javascript, HTML, MySQL ● Created learner registration site for client organizations: ● Cross browser, email notification, multiple client organization customization, database storage...

Résumé (PDF) - Matthew Turland
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Matthew G. Turland OBJECTIVE To apply and expand my knowledge and skills by working in a challenging cooperative environment on a variety of enterprise software applications. SKILLS Languages: PHP, Java, JavaScript, Python, Node.js Mobile Platforms: Android, PhoneGap, Titanium Frameworks: Zend Framework, Jersey, Slim, Silex Libraries: jQuery, ExtJS, YUI Content Management Platforms: WordPress, Drupal Databases: MySQL, Oracle, SQLite, PostgreSQL, SQL Server Operating Systems: Linux, Windows, MacOS, Solaris Version Control Software: Git, Subversion, Mercurial WORK EXPERIENCE Synacor, Inc. 02/2013 – Present: Principal Engineer 04/2010 – 02/2013: Senior Engineer  Contributed to an internal Solar-inspired PHP framework for use in multiple internal projects  Participated in initial construction of a new targeted advertising product based on the Jersey Java REST framework, the ExtJS JavaScript library, MySQL 5, and RabbitMQ  Lead development of a project to replace a portion of a heavy PHP-based frontend for customizable component-oriented news portal applications with a thinner one backed by various REST services  Authored and maintained internal documentation and training materials K-fx2 02/2010 – 04/2010: Developer  Participated in the development of a content management system based on Digitalus  Contributed to benchmarking and performance improvement of a Zend Framework-based project for Blue Cross/Blue Shield  Advised on development best practices and processes including version control, requirements gathering, and deployment Marco Tabini and Associates, Inc. 01/2009 – 01/2010: Technical Editor...

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