PHP Keyword Analyser

This can be used to find out how a site ranks in Google for a keyword. It can access Google search pages to perform a search for a given keyword. The class check the first 10 pages of results and check whether any pages of a given site appear in the results. It returns the … Continue reading »

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In my opinion, developing a Web based application in JSP (Java) is more or less like killing a housefly with a bazooka. Of course you will hit your target, no one is denying that, but you will also have collateral damage along with it. This damage ranges from Cost of hardware, hosting, servers and development. … Continue reading »

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Zend To Collaborate With Adobe

Original Source Zend To Collaborate With Adobe To Accelerate Rich Web Application Development Using PHP and Open Source Flex Framework New Collaboration Combines the Flexibility, Reliability and Productivity of PHP Technology with the Powerful User Experience of Adobe Flex and Flash Technology Zend/PHP Conference and Expo, SANTA CLARA, Calif. — September 16, 2008 — … Continue reading »

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How to implement Tag Clouds in PHP

What are Tag Clouds? In technical terms “Tag cloud” can be defined as visual depiction of user-generated tags (words), used typically to describe the content of that page or the website. Not so long ago, we used “meta” tags to describe and define the html page and its contents. In the current time, tag clouds … Continue reading »

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Sun’s Web Stack Offers Choice of Operating Systems

Sun showed off its Web Stack on Tuesday, as its name indicates, the stack includes technology used to run Web sites and Web applications. It is based on the AMP portion of the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/Python/PHP), but users will have a choice of operating systems: Sun’s Solaris, Linux, Windows or other operating … Continue reading »

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Top Ten Security Vulnerabilities in PHP Code !

1. Unvalidated Parameters Most importantly, turn off register_globals. This configuration setting defaults to off in PHP 4.2.0 and later. Access values from URLs, forms, and cookies through the superglobal arrays $_GET, $_POST, and $_COOKIE. Before you use values from the superglobal arrays, validate them to make sure they don’t contain unexpected input. If you know … Continue reading »

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Get Country and City from IP for FREE !

DMW Technologies (P) Limited launcher an API to extract all possible information from any IP. You can sign up for free for the API at We call it IP Intelligence. It is an open source API which can determine country, state/region, city, US area code, metro code, latitude, and longitude information for IP addresses … Continue reading »

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CodeGear releases “Delphi for PHP” version 2.0

CodeGear, the developer tools arm of Borland Software, has upgraded its tool set for PHP developers. The company announced Delphi for PHP 2.0 on April 14. Delphi for PHP is an IDE (integrated development environment) for rapidly building interactive Web applications using visual drag-and-drop design capabilities. The product also features a PHP component framework. CodeGear … Continue reading »

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Now a PHP Library for Microsoft Dot.Net

A small set of PHP files to support using the Microsoft AJAX Library with PHP web applications. The current release supports creating web service proxies in PHP code such that the Microsoft AJAX Library (a free download from can call them from client-side code. Future releases will support localization and globalization, debug and release … Continue reading »

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Google Apps Provisioning PHP Client Library

By Trevor Johns, The Google data APIs team The Google Apps Provisioning API allows Google Apps domain administrators to manage users, their nicknames, and associated email lists. Now a new PHP client library for accessing version 2.0 of this API is available. The PHP client is being included as part of the recent release of … Continue reading »

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Steve Ballmer pledges PHP love in Microhoo future

Microsoft has committed to becoming a mixed ASP.NET and PHP shop for the “foreseeable” future should its proposed Yahoo! acquisition succeed, rather than convert popular services like Yahoo! mail to Microsoft’s .NET architecture.Chief executive Steve Ballmer confirmed, though, that overlapping online properties would be axed. Ballmer did not say what Microsoft ASP.NET or Yahoo! services … Continue reading »

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Zend PHP Framework is now powered by Google and Microsoft

It’s no longer just a .NET or Java world when it comes to production-quality development frameworks — PHP is edging its way into developers’ affections. Now, the technology’s backers are planning further efforts to expand on its successes. Zend, PHP’s lead commercial sponsor, plans Monday to release its eponymous Framework 1.5, the first major release … Continue reading »

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Top 10 PHP Framework Compared

Framework PHP4 PHP5 MVC Multiple DB’s ORM DB Objects Templates Caching Validation Ajax Auth Module Modules Zend Framework – - – - – CakePHP – - Symfony Project – - – Seagull Framework – WACT – - – - – Prado – - – - PHP on TRAX – - – - – ZooP Framework … Continue reading »

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Java increasingly threatened by new app dev frameworks

Is Java slipping into second-tier status in the application development space? All the attention being given to its rivals these days might give off that impression. Nearly 13 years old, the Java language and platform created at Sun Microsystems now shares the software development limelight with scripting languages such as PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) and Ruby, … Continue reading »

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Is PHP ready for enterprise?

It’s been an interesting few months for Zend, the commercial company behind the open source programming language PHP. In the past few weeks, Zend has teamed up with Rackspace, a leading web hosting provider. It’s also signed an agreement with Ibuildings, an Anglo-Dutch software consultancy company, to provide training and support services in the UK. … Continue reading »

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Microsoft launches student Java and LAMP challenge

University computer science departments are rapidly becoming Microsoft-free zones, as Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP (LAMP) combine with Java to become the de-facto standard environment for students of programming. Microsoft knows from history that this will be fatal in the long term, hence its decision to extend free availability of core development tools to students. … Continue reading »

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Using MVC in PHP Applications.

The Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture provides a useful three-tier pattern for building software, as MVC patterns decouple the graphical user interface (GUI) from the application logic. That comes in useful when it comes to changing an application after it has been deployed. Separation of the views from the data means modifications made in the views do … Continue reading »

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Java and PHP moves towards interoperability!

SugarCRM, one of the open source community’s darlings, is taking steps towards improve interoperability between its PHP architecture and Java. The next version of SugarCRM’s customer relationship management (CRM) suite, version 6.0 due in the fourth quarter of 2008 or first quarter of 2009, will feature a “Java layer” to enable PHP to talk to … Continue reading »

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Switch on SAML for PHP With Lightbulb

Lightbulb, an Open Web Single Sign-On (OpenSSO) subproject, aims to achieve federated identity for LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, Python, and Perl) and MARS (MySQL, Apache, Ruby, and the Solaris Operating System). Currently, Lightbulb offers a service provider (SP) written in PHP with Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0. This article elaborates on the SP … Continue reading »

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Enterprise search with PHP and Apache Solr

Posted by: Martin Streicher (, Editor in Chief, McClatchy Interactive Discover how to combine an enterprise-worthy search engine — Apache Software Foundation’s Solr — with your PHP application. In “Build a custom search engine with PHP,” I combined PHP and the open source Sphinx search engine to create a blazing-fast alternative to text-intensive database queries, … Continue reading »

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