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  • How to install Apache Server in Linux

    The Apache webserver is a open source HTTP Server for Linux and windows. Debian and Ubuntu distributions refer to Apache as “Apache2” and the configuration file of Apache2 is /etc/apache2/apache2.conf. CentOS/RHEL […]

  • How to use multiple insert queries in PHP

    In this tutorial, we will learn how to use multiple insert queries in PHP. With mysqli_multi_query, we can create a bunch of insert statement and run them with a single submission. In this tutorial,...

  • Most Useful Linux commands to manage Apache Server(HTTPD)

    In this tutorial, we will describe the some of the useful command to manage the Apache(HTTPD) web server. Apache Server Installation How to check Apache Version If you want to display the Apache version...

  • How to create user login/Sign-in Webservice in PHP

    In previous tutorial we learned , How to create user registration/signup Webservice in PHP. Now, in this tutorial we will learn how to user login/sign in webservice. MySQL Table Structure for signup Table(This table...

  • PHPGurukul offers PHP tutorials for Beginners and Professionals

    PHP is a server-side programming language designed as an all-purpose language for web development. It is one of the most prolific programming languages on the internet, installed in over 50 million websites and 3...

  • Apartment Visitors Management System Developed using CodeIgniter

    Project Name Apartment Visitors Management System Developed using CodeIgniter Language Used PHP5.6, PHP7.x CodeIgniter Version 3.1.11 Database MySQL 5.x User Interface Design HTML, AJAX,JQUERY,JAVASCRIPT Web Browser […]

  • PHP Email Verification Script using PDO Extension

    In this tutorial, we will learn how to verify a registered email id using PHP PDO extension. This tutorial include following files1.Registration file(index.php)2.Email Verification file(email_verification.php)3.Login […]

  • How to send email from localhost using PHP

    In this tutorial, we will learn how to send an email from localhost using PHP and Gmail. In the PHP web application, mail() function used to send the mail. But mail() function will not...

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  • ★ Dealing with expired signed URLs in Laravel

    Out of the box, Laravel comes with the ability to generate "signed" URLs. These URLs have a hash in their query string that verifies that the URL was not modified.At Flare, we use these signed URLs to add action links […]

  • ★ Develop faster by adding dev routes file in a Laravel app

    Laravel's awesome closure based routing was probably one of the first features I fell in love with. I take it for granted now, but back in the days, such a simple way of adding a route felt like a glass of water in hell […]

  • PHP's bus factor

    PHP is a fantastic language that has seen many cool improvements over the past few years. What you may not be aware of is that only a very few people can work on the language itself. This is obviously not healthy and […]

  • ★ Keep controllers clean by using form requests in Laravel

    Most people use form requests solely for validation, but they can also help to keep your controllers clean. Here's how we use them in Mailcoach

  • ★ Exploring Event Sourcing (part 2)

    In this stream my colleague Brent and I continued our conversation about the foundations of event sourcing. This time we showed a shopping cart that we've built using Laravel and event sourcing.If you're interested in […]

  • ★ A lightweight solution for running PHP code concurrently

    Our team released a new package called spatie/fork. Using this package you can easily execute multiple pieces of code concurrently.In this example, where we are going to call an imaginary slow API, all three closures […]

  • Authoring Great Pull Requests

    Some best practices and tips for composing high quality pull requests when contributing to open source projects.Read More

  • Back the func off, this is my abstraction!

    Let's dive into some of the design considerations you might make when designing abstractions that reach over a network.Read More

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