I am going to continue where we left off in the last tutorial. Today I am going to show you data validation in CakePHP and finish with Routing.
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I know I promised a live example web application, but have just realized that I need to dive a little bit deeper into framework. The best way to do this is doing a one table small application in Cake PHP.
In the second tutorial I am going to introduce the basic principles of CakePHP, so you can grasp its power and see why is it so awesome.
I decided to build a series of tutorials for CakePHP framework. In the first one, I am covering the basics like introducing the framework, installing it and other useful tips for beginning to develop with the robust CakePHP.
Today I am going to show you how easy it is to check for username availability using jQuery AJAX and PHP.
I stumbled across this wonderful Open Source charting project called Open Flash Chart. When I saw the demos and tried it, I fell in love with it and just have to write about it.
There are times when you need to access the Twitter API and get some info or latest status and display on your page. I bring you snippets that can get your job done in no time.
Many of us use Windows machines for development. Sometimes it is hard to test some cool Linux stuff like Memcached on Windows and I am often too lazy to install some virtual machines. So I googled for a while and installed Memcached on Windows. Here is how you can do it too.
Today I am going to cover forms in PHP. Forms are basic thing when you need to post some information to your application in order to save it to database, email it or print it. I am going to show how to pass information through form to another page and how to do it using AJAX, so your page does not need to refresh.
Today I am going to show you how to implement a simple search from one database table, using PHP and jQuery. Everything will be done without page refresh using jQuery AJAX. So let’s get searchable.