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.
As I am enjoying my well deserved holiday on a beautiful Adriatic sea (thus the post image), I will share a small tip with you. Basically, making your post title URL friendly by removing spaces and other simple tasks. This little function may come in handy.
Today I am going to show you how easy it is to check for username availability using jQuery AJAX and PHP.
If you think that iframe implementation of Facebook like button is awkward, you can use this useful jQuery plugin instead.
Today I am going to show you how easy it is to shorten any URL using tinyUrl web service. This is also a great example on using web services with PHP curl.
I often need to replace some characters in a string, and am using str_replace function. But, what if you need to do it in array, and after replacing, you need intact array? This little snippet will help you.
Cloud Zoom is a jQuery plugin comparable to commercial image zoom products such as Magic Zoom. Compared to the popular jQZoom plugin, Cloud Zoom is smaller, has more features and more robust compatability across browsers.
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.
Few days ago, Google released his new Web fonts API. It basically allow us to use exotic fonts on the web in any modern browser (even IE). So, I decided to give it a try and write a small tutorial.