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1200. PHP Classes 25th Anniversary

Updated on: 2024-06-27

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The PHP Classes site just completed 25 years of existence.

Read this short article to learn more about the plans for the next year.


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1. How to Do Laravel Performance Optimization by Detecting the Slower Parts of a Laravel Application

Updated on: 2024-06-03

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Blog: Laravel Profiler package blog
Package: Laravel Profiler

Many developers use the Laravel framework to develop Web sites and applications.

When it is necessary to optimize the performance of an application, the first step to optimize is to profile the application to detect which parts are slower.

This package implements a profiler solution for Laravel applications. It can listen to application events that execute code that usually takes longer to run, like database queries and HTTP requests sent to external servers.


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1199. How to Use a PHP Code Checker AI Solution Using Google AI Studio Powered by Google Gemini

Updated on: 2024-05-29

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One of the tasks that many developers need to do as part of their work is to analyze code written in the past by them or by a colleague developer.

Sometimes code has become too complex and it is hard to understand.

The latest versions of Google AI Studio powered by Google Gemini artificial intelligence models can help you with this task.

Read this article to learn how to use Google AI Studio to quickly analyze PHP code and see an example of an analysis generated by Google AI Studio in just six seconds of a PHP code example to use a PHP framework.


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1. Learn from a PHP CRUD API Example How to Exchange Data Securely between Clients and the API Server Using JWT

Updated on: 2024-05-28

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Blog: PHP Project JWT package blog
Package: PHP Project JWT

Web service APIs are nowadays normal ways to provide services from one Web application to one or more client applications.

Often Web service APIs exchange data in plain text format. If the exchange of information is intercepted by people with bad intentions, the exchanged data may be altered.

This package provides a working example of an API that implements CRUD operations and uses JSON Web Tokens (JWT) to assure the integrity of the exchanged data.


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1. How to Use a PHP Meta Tag Property Class to Fix Issues to Rank Better on Google Searches

Updated on: 2024-05-27

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Blog: Yii2 Tagged View package blog
Package: Yii2 Tagged View

Meta tags are useful to define certain page properties that are not visible to users but can be useful for other applications and search engines like Google or social networks like Twitter and Facebook.

Many modern PHP applications use Model-View-Controller (MVC) frameworks that allow developers to define aspects of the presentation of the application pages with view scripts.

This package allows developers to easily set page property meta-tags using view scripts for applications developed using the Yii2 framework.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Multi-Factor Authentication Solution Using a Time-Based One-Time Password (TOTP)

Updated on: 2024-05-24

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Blog: Stanliwise TOTP package blog
Package: Stanliwise TOTP

Multi-factor authentication solutions have been adopted by more and more businesses to avoid fraud.

Many users use passwords that are too simple and easy to guess. This fact leads many businesses to add more factors to verify if a person using a site account is a legitimate owner to perform operations that sometimes lead to financial losses.

Check this package that can generate time-based one-time passwords (TOTP).

Site developers can use this package to send these TOTP values to the users' mobile phones via SMS or email before a financial operation can be executed on behalf of a legitimate site user.


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1. How to Automate PHPUnit Testing When the Project Code File Changes

Updated on: 2024-05-23

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Blog: PHP Autotest package blog
Package: PHP Autotest

PHPUnit is a popular tool frequently used by PHP developers for testing PHP projects.

You do not need to run tests of a project every time if the project files do not change.

This class can automate the execution of tests using PHPUnit only after your project files are changed.

It can determine which files are used in the tests and check if they changed to determine if the tests should be rerun.


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1198. Is an AI PHP Code Generator Better Than PHP Code Produced By a Human Developer

Updated on: 2024-05-22

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With the popularity and growth of generative artificial intelligence tools, many professionals in areas like, for instance, programming and others, imagine if they still have a future in their work areas.

Some of these tools can do at least part of the work that used to be done manually by these professionals.

Read this article to learn how you can still stay relevant as a developer with the progress of generative artificial intelligence.



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1197. How to Implement PHP Performance Best Practices Using AJAX and Smart HTTP Responses

Updated on: 2024-05-21

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The performance of a PHP application is not just about how fast PHP code executes.

The way PHP processes browser requests and generates responses may have a greater influence on the overall performance of a PHP application.

Check this short article that mentions two of several best practices to improve the performance of a PHP application using AJAX and smart HTTP responses.



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1. How to Develop a PHP CRUD App with a MVC Framework Optimized for Implementing CRUD Web Pages

Updated on: 2024-05-20

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Blog: CRUD PHP MVC package blog
Package: CRUD PHP MVC

A CRUD page allows Web application users to perform common operations to create, retrieve, update, and delete records of relevant information usually stored in a database, for instance, the records of blog articles.

One common way to implement CRUD applications is to use MVC frameworks. These frameworks use controllers to process the user-requested actions and model classes to perform operations on the database records.

This package implements an MVC framework specialized in performing CRUD operations. It provides a specific controller class that can check and process the values of request parameters that specify the actions and details of the CRUD operations that other controllers implement.


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