Today I am going to explain usage of key/value tables in database design. This has nothing to do with NoSQL initiative or databases. Just an interesting approach to database design with its pros and cons which I will explain through nice example.
Today, I am going to share four of my favorite PHP methods that I use on top of every application I build. They are really handy and practical.
I am continuing the series with baking the rest of the application. Today, we are going to build a relationship between all three tables, so our models, controllers and view can be generated properly.
Today I am sharing a small but valuable collection of Premium scripts which can help you make your web site or application even better.
Today I am going to show you how easy it is to develop a simple movie search. Nothing fancy, we are going to search for a movies by title using jQuery, PHP and Open movie database from http://themoviedb.org
The CakePHP Bake console can create any of CakePHP’s basic ingredients: models, views and controllers. And I am not just talking skeleton classes: Bake can create a fully functional application in just a few minutes.
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.
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.
A QR (“quick response”) code is a square barcode that makes getting URLs, location coordinates, any text or contact information onto a phone quickly. With a barcode scanner app installed, you just point your phone’s camera at the code to read its contents.