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2221 - Adding a newsfeed for your users to a multipage PHP application
As I wrote it, I realised this was turning into rather a long article, but never mind. It shows the major new components added to a "4 layer model" application I was working on the weekend before last to add in a newsfeed for logged in users to which they can contribute, together with a headlines-o ....

2220 - Melksham Traders - where do we go?
Some people tell me how quiet Melksham in these days, and other tell me that it's bustling. The picture above shows that it's somewhere between the two - there's certainly a reasonable number of people about, but we could do with more. Some shopkeepers / shop owners are concerned at the effect t ....

2219 - Configuring httpd, or Tomcat, to run CGI scripts in Perl
Here's a Perl / CGI script - a "Common Gateway Interface" program that I want to run on my web server, and access via my browser. What server to I need to run it on, and how do I set that server up? #!/usr/bin/perl   print ("Content-type: text/html\n\n"); $now = localtime();   print "< ....

2218 - Multiple web applications under Tomcat - what are the options?
If you're wanting to run a number of web applications under Apache [Jakarta] Tomcat, do you need multiple versions of Tomcat, or multiple machines? No, you don't ... but it may be helpful for you to do so. Here are diagrams of four options (open source, remember - "never provide just one solutio ....

2217 - Enjoying the summer weather
The long, long evenings and the lovely weather are giving us some great opportunities to walk; here's Gypsy, with 200 yards of our home, in the fields. Having been with us for about six weeks, she's now well attached and can be let off the lead in appropriate places - and on the way up to "The Fo ....

2216 - Past Delegate Offer - Summer Holiday / Weekend Break
Why not get away for the weekend or a short summer break? There's lots of lovely countryside, and plenty to do, in Wiltshire - and it's only 100 miles from London. Stay with us at Well House Manor in Melksham this summer and explore the area - we're just a few hundred yards from Melksham Town Cen ....

2215 - If nothing, make it nothing.
Here's a peculiar PHP statement I wrote this morning:   if ($aindex[$chk] == "") $aindex[$chk] = ""; What was I doing? I am actually checking to see whether there's anything in an array element and if there isn't (which could be because it's empty or because it doesn't yet exist), then i ....

2214 - Global Index to help you find resources
How can you find all blog articles on Ruby? How about everything that I've written about looking after forums, and with all the information about spammers close to it? With 15,000 URLs on the site, these apparently easy questions aren't so easy any more. However - In an attempt to help (largel ....

2213 - Keyboard reading in Perl - character by character not line by line
If I'm typing in my age in response to a prompt and I start with a "6" character, will you assume that I'm between 60 and 69 years old? You might ... but then I may backspace (having accidentally struck the "6" key and start with a slightly lower digit. But in my program, I do NOT want to have to ....

2212 - Dripping taps, Java threads and the single thread model
Have you ever lain awake at night and listened to dripping taps. "drip, drip, drip" ... until you eventually fall asleep? With one tap, it's rhythmic, but with two taps the two rhythms get intertwined, and result in an apparently patternless racket. If only one tap would wait for the other, it wou ....

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