Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module H308. This topic is presented on public course PHP Techniques
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|4401||Selecting RECENT and POPULAR news and trends for your web site users|
How do we give people recent news, or talk about recent trends or popular posts>?
The obvious answer is to take data for the last "n" days or months and analyse that. But whilst that's the obvious answer, it's also obviously a fairly crude measure as it gives undue influence as it changes to what happened ...
|3159||Returning multiple values from a function call in various languages - a comparison|
I've always thought it a bit odd that you call a function with any number of parameters, and yet it returns a single value; in Java, C or C++ you declare a return type (void if there is not to be anything returned) and you are then constrained by that specification. There are, of course, other ways ...
|3163||Twitter - the special use of @ # and http: in tweets|
Great talk by John Dickens of @godjira at #Melksham Chamber last night. He runs Twitter for Business courses - http://bit.ly/gcWzm4
I've been tweeting for a while - Twitter is described as a microblogging service which basically means that you can put messages, up to 140 characters, onto the service ...
|2631||How to show a large result set page by page in PHP|
One of the major requirements on dynamic web pages is for them to present selected results from a data set.
If the results will nicely fit on one page, that's good - but if there are too many for a single page they should be offered page by page, with links to move forward and back, and to the beginning ...
|2166||Crossrefering documents with uniqueness and inconsistency issues - PHP proof of concept demo|
The cross-referencing of documents - where one document contains a human readable reference to another - is very common. And so is the requirement to convert those cross-references into a appropriate links.
Let's say that I have chunks of data of up to 160k, relating to up to 4000 images, ...
|2137||Reaching the right people with your web site|
On today's final PHP sessions, we discussed search engine optimisation ... and came up with this list of things to consider with your site with regards to getting yourself well ranked with the search engines (which is talked about a lot), and ranked in such a way that your page is offered when you want ...
|1735||Finding words and work boundaries (MySQL, Perl, PHP)|
If you're searching for the word "mile", you probably don't want the page that tells you that Sally Smiled at Harry. But you may want to find a Milestone, even if it is within quotes.
Regular Expressions are your friends!
In Perl style regular expressions (which also work in Python, and in PHP with ...
|1020||Parallel processing in PHP|
PHP is designed - where necessary to the exclusion of other uses - as a web page tool. In other words, where a language design decision needs to made between something that is good for the web use, but bad for more general use, the decision will always be in favour of the web. "I don't care how it effects ...
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