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1. How to Implement a PHP Font Style Chooser Menu to Let Your Application User Choose Fonts and Colors

Updated on: 2023-01-30

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Blog: PHP Font Chooser Menu package blog
Package: PHP Font Chooser Menu

Some applications render graphics that include text. Text can be displayed using many different types of fonts.

User-friendly graphic applications allow users to choose the fonts that the application will use to display the text.

This package implements a font chooser user interface to let users choose fonts and background colors and see how the text will look.


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1. How to Configure the Behavior of Class Object Using a PHP Options Array

Updated on: 2023-01-28

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Blog: Options Resolver package blog
Package: Options Resolver

Many classes need to be configured using options provided by the developers in the code that calls the classes' functions.

One way to pass options values is to use arrays with the names and the importance of the options that will be changed.

This package simplifies processing options arrays passed to classes by extracting the values from collections or default values defined within the class.


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1. How to Use a PHP Design Pattern Implementation to Automatically Update Slave Objects when Master Objects are Updated

Updated on: 2023-01-26

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Blog: yii2-arsync package blog
Package: yii2-arsync

ActiveRecord is a popular software design pattern many applications and frameworks use to store and retrieve objects in relational tables.

Often applications that use the active record design pattern define hierarchies of class objects and establish relations between enslaver and enslaved person objects.

This package can help applications that use the active record design pattern implementation with the YII framework to automate the process of updating slave objects based on the changes in master objects.


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9. Modern PHP CSRF Protection Example using a PHP Forms Library

Updated on: 2023-01-24

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Blog: PHP Forms Class with HTML Generator and JavaScript Validation package blog
Package: PHP Forms Class with HTML Generator and JavaScript Validation

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks are means that badly intentioned users may use to make users of a site perform actions without intention. For instance, a successful CSRF attack can make e-commerce purchases, and the purchased goods are delivered to an attacker's location address.

Good Web sites are protected against CSRF security attacks. Attempts to perform these attacks are ignored.

As a responsible Web developer, it is in your best interest to learn how to prevent these attacks so your PHP Web projects can be more secure.

Please read this short article to learn more about CSRF attacks and a practical example of protection against CSRF attacks in your Web form pages generated and processed by PHP.


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1. How to Send a Message on WhatsApp using the Official API in PHP

Updated on: 2023-01-19

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Blog: PHP WhatsApp API package blog
Package: PHP WhatsApp API

Many people use WhatsApp daily to communicate with each other using their mobile phones or computers.

Several APIs allow developers to send messages to other WhatsApp users via WhatsApp.

This package uses the official API from the Meta Group to send messages to other WhatsApp users.


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1. How to Add a PHP Icon Image Picker Tool to Your Applications to Let Users Choose Images and Colors to Customize Your Application

Updated on: 2023-01-16

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Blog: Yii2 PHP Icon Picker package blog
Package: Yii2 PHP Icon Picker

Many Web applications let the users configure certain aspects of how the applications appear to their users.

In some cases, the applications let the users pick icons shown in different parts of the application pages.

This package provides a solution that lets application developers add a widget to a form of application options that allows application users to pick icon images for any practical purpose of the application.


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1. How to Setup a PHP Web Application Firewall with a Friendly Web Interface to Protect Your PHP Sites Against Badly Intentioned People

Updated on: 2023-01-12

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Blog: Rimau waf package blog
Package: Rimau waf

Security is a delicate area that requires the attention of professionals capable of implementing several measures to protect applications against badly intentioned people.

This package implements an application to make it easier to implement many security measures that Web server modules like ModSecurity and mod_proxy can implement.


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1. How to use a PHP Tool to Create Plugin Modules Very Quickly for the Melis CMS

Updated on: 2023-01-06

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Blog: Melis Templating Plugin Creator package blog
Package: Melis Templating Plugin Creator

Content management systems (CMS) are helpful to help creating new sites very quickly.

Many CMS can be extended with plugins that make them more useful.

This package provides a plugin that helps developers to create new plugins for the Melis CMS system that can generate pages based on template scripts.

This way, developers can create faster, simple plugins that can output pages for specific purposes.


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1. How to Use a PHP Password Manager Application to Store Your Site and Application Passwords Securely

Updated on: 2023-01-05

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Blog: Simple PHP Password Manager package blog
Package: Simple PHP Password Manager

Password managers are helpful applications that can store the passwords users use to access different types of sites securely.

This package implements a password manager application in PHP.

Users can use this password to manage the application on their site. This way, they do not have to store passwords in password manager sites they do not trust.


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1. How to Manage a the Shopping Carts Products in WordPress Site Using a Woocommerce Cart API Plugin

Updated on: 2023-01-04

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Blog: ade-woocart package blog
Package: ade-woocart

WordPress is a very popular content management system written in PHP.

Its popularity is due to how it allows other developers to extend WordPress using plugins that any other developer can write.

Woocomerce can extend WordPress capabilities by turning a WordPress Web site into an e-commerce site.

This package provides a WordPress plugin that allows developers to control shopping carts managed by Woocommerce via the WordPress API.


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