Archive for the ‘PHP’ Category

Laravel is getting popular these days, so i decided to take a spin of it. $ composer create-project laravel/laravel . And it did download/install successfully. But after a few configurations, i fired up the browser and saw this...

Sometimes when a web application is getting a huge traffic, a developer always thinks of the best way to handle it. Good thing there's PECL , collection of C-based library that's designed for the matter. To use it, first you need to install it : $...

Write less php codes with PEAR

August 12, 2010 | In: pear, PHP

In web development, it's a good practice to always write classes that can be 'reuse' in your succeeding projects. Good thing there is pear, collection of php classes that is developed by community and of guess what, it's open source =). A default php...

You setup CodeIgniter and you see how it really helps your life as a developer doing you job. But you want your codes to be reusable into your other projects. Yes you can say i'll just copy-paste the codes, but there's more elegant idea, build it as a...

PHP Caching using Memcached

January 24, 2008 | In: Caching, PHP

Why cached? It's simple, you want speed. How? Say you have search application on your php webapp that yields thousands of results. Of course these are divided in a nice paginated links. Without caching, everytime the user jumps from each paged result...