Why to Learn PHP?

PHP started out as a small open source project that evolved as more and more people found out how useful it was. Rasmus Lerdorf unleashed the first version of PHP way back in 1994.

PHP is a MUST for students and working professionals to become a great Software Engineer specially when they are working in Web Development Domain


pChart is a class-oriented PHP framework for creating aliased charts. Most chart libraries today charge a fee; however, our effort is designed to be free. Data can be accessed using SQL queries, CSV files, or by entering it manually. This project is still in development, with new features and fixes being added on a weekly basis. The introduction of an aliasing method to make eye candy visuals has focused on rendering quality. Since the original version, rendering speed has been greatly improved, and we'll continue to improve the code!

PHP components: Autosuggest

  • PHP component ready to use to implement a search form with an autosuggest feature using PHP and MySQL
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    Animated Ajax Record Deletion Using MooTools

    If you are a huge fan of WordPress’ method of individual article deletion where you click the delete link, the menu item animates red, and the item disappears. Here’s how to achieve that functionality with MooTools javascript.
    { $query = 'DELETE FROM my_table WHERE item_id = '.(int)$_GET['delete']; $result = mysql_query($result,$link); }

    Sanitize and Validate Data with PHP Filters

    Data validation is an integral part of working with forms. Not only can invalid submitted data lead to security problems, but it can also break your webpage. In this tutorial we’ll take a look at how to remove illegal characters and validate data by using the “filter_var” function


    Directory Trees With PHP And jQuery

    Knowing where your files are located is crucial. Everyone who uses a computer prefers to keep their data organised. A directory tree is a straightforward technique to keep track of a large number of files. A directory tree organises files and folders so you can find what you're looking for quickly. In this article, we'll use PHP and jQuery to create a directory tree. The code from my previous article will be used in this tree.

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