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1052. How to Use Laravel Tinker Commands to Become a More Productive PHP Developer

Updated on: 2021-07-07

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Laravel is a popular framework that grows with the collaboration of many PHP developers who create excellent components and tools. The work of the Laravel community helps to increase the opportunities for all developers who use the resources provided by the Laravel developersí community.

Laravel Tinker is one of the components that improves the lives of many PHP developers who use Laravel. The fact is that Laravel Tinker allows developers to use an interactive shell to run PHP commands inside their applications. Laravel Tinker enables developers to inspect values to find and fix issues faster that the application may have.

Read this article to learn more about Laravel Tinker and how you can use it to improve your daily work productivity when you are developing applications based on Laravel.


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1051. How to Add a PHP WYSIWYG Editor to Allow Users to View HTML Documents While Those Are Being Edited

Updated on: 2021-04-27

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WYSIWYG is the acronym that is used to refer to a way to edit content while you can view how that will look like while that content is being edited by the user.

This is good for non-technical users that do not want to learn about HTML to edit the content of Web pages like for instances blog posts.

Read this article to learn more about WYSIWYG editors and how you can implement this kind of editors in PHP applications.


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1049. A Guide To Internet Security: Why You Should Use A VPN

Updated on: 2021-11-27

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A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a solution for accessing a network via a private channel that makes the access to computers in that network more secure. It can be useful for developers to access the computers that host their sites and applications in a way that is very secure.

Read this article to learn more about what are VPNs and how you can use them to do your developer work that requires to access the remote computers of your own site servers or the servers of your customers.


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1047. What is New in PHP Type Hinting Support in PHP 8

Updated on: 2021-01-26

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Type hinting is a feature that PHP provides to declare types of class variables, function parameters and return values, so you can detect and fix programming mistakes as early as possible in your developments.

Read this article to learn about PHP version 7.4 type hinting support. You can also read about the new type hinting features of PHP version 8.0.

The article also presents a list of the kinds of type hinting that are available in each PHP version.

In the end you can learn more about type hinting in practice with code examples.


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1045. 3 Ways to Embed PDF in a Web Page

Updated on: 2020-11-18

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As we all know, PDF is a popular file format used to distribute documents that often are meant to be printed.

There are several ways to display the contents of a PDF document in a Web page.

Read this article to learn about 3 ways that can be used to make PDF documents be displayed in any HTML Web page.


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1044. How to Use Your Programming Mistakes to Learn to be a Better Developer and the New PHP ElePHPant Models that Are Available Now

Updated on: 2020-10-29

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Recently we discovered that we made a mistake in the implementation of our newsletter mailing system.

We believe that we have fixed this mistake, but more important than that we also learned how to improve our development and deployment practices to avoid the bad consequences of our mistakes in the future.

Read this article to learn more about how you can also improve your software development practices to implement software that is more robust and your work is gets better acceptance.

As a side topic, you can also see some pictures and learn about the new ElePHPant Models that we made available now in the PHP Classes so you may get as nice addition to your collection.


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1043. Where You Can Learn SEO for Free Now to Optimize Your Sites to Rank High in Google

Updated on: 2020-10-23

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As you may know, SEO is the activity to optimize Web site pages, so they can increase their ranking in Google search results and attract many visitors in the site.

The PHP Classes site was started in 1999 and always benefited from the fact that many of its pages are well ranked in Google, thus leading to many visitors that become interested in the content published by over 4300 developers that contributed their work to the site.

Now you can learn more about SEO thanks to a new YouTube channel named 4D User SEO . It was created by Manuel Lemos, the founder of the PHP Classes site, together with other members of the PHP Classes team to teach all you would like to know about SEO done in the right way always following Google Webmaster rules.

Read this short article or watch a short video to learn more about the 4D User SEO YouTube channel, how to access the channel and watch the videos that were published, as well how to ask questions to be answered in the following videos to be published in there.


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1041. How Can You Become a PHP Master and Have More Recognition For Your Open Source Contributions

Updated on: 2020-09-21

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Many developers make their work available to the Open Source community.

One of the greatest difficulties of many PHP developers to have more recognition is to reach a significant number of developers interested in their work.

The PHP Development Master Award is being launched now with the goal to provide more visibility to great quality Open Source PHP packages that come with great tutorials that other developers have the pleasure to learn from.

Read this article and watch a short tutorial video here to learn how you can participate in this award, so you can get more recognition and prizes for the work that you share with the PHP Community.


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1038. How to Create a PHP Ebook Library Manager for Handling Collections of Ebooks on the Web

Updated on: 2020-07-17

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Ebooks are a modern version of printed books. They provide convenience to readers that want to keep many books without occupying so much space in their shelves. Ebooks also provide an easy way to access the book contents with the knowledge or the stories that people may want to read or to review again anytime they.

If you have a big personal collection of ebooks or you have a site that provides many ebooks to your users, a more dedicated ebook management system may be useful to you.

A good Ebook library manager like the one presented in this tutorial article will let you upload and add new ebooks of many formats, store details about those ebooks in a database, serve those ebooks for viewing and downloading their files in a way that is friendly for mobile phone or tablet users.


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1037. How Can PHP Recognize Voices in Audio

Updated on: 2020-07-16

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Voice recognition can be one form to identify a person authorized to access a system restricted to a given group of people.

A Web application written in PHP can take an audio sample uploaded the Web server and use a voice recognition API like for instance Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services API to register the audio sample and associate it to a given person.

The same API can analyze a new audio sample with a user voice to tell if it is of a person that the recognition system is able to already identify as being of the real person with that voice.

This article and the video tutorial that is presented here gives more details of how to implement this approach in practice in PHP.


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