Tag: PHP

Ruby for PHP Developers

Ruby for PHP Developers | TutToaster. As a PHP guy myself I really appreciate articles like this. I appreciate what Ruby and Ruby on Rails has done for the advancement of modern Web development, but it’s never had much gravity for me. Don’t get me wrong, a ton more has worked for the advancement of […]

Posted: September 09, 2010

Improving Your Process: Establishing Style Guides

I’m becoming increasingly comfortable with the idea that at least some form of style guide, whether on a team or individually, is an extremely important part of the process. It helps with everything from readability to quality control and especially helps a team become that much more cohesive.

Posted: March 29, 2010

Avoiding IFRAMES via PHP and cURL

With IFRAMES being so outdated, there is an alternative using PHP and cURL

Posted: November 23, 2009

Crop and Resize Images with GD or ImageMagick (v1.1)

A new GD version has been released to complement the ImageMagick crop and resize with JavaScript and PHP. Crop and resize images from within your browser.

Posted: December 17, 2007

PHP, MySQL, and Contact Management: Contacts 0.1

Contacts is a free and open source (FOSS) contact management Web application running on PHP and MySQL

Posted: October 22, 2007

Are Inline Styles Sometimes Okay? When? Why?

Limitations range greatly from one CMS to another, some have embraced Web standards and produce semantically rich and valid markup, while others have put standards on the back burner. One issue I’ve had some reoccurring trouble with in the past is the combination of a CMS with managed images that are part of the design as opposed to having informational value.

Posted: June 25, 2007

Crop & Resize with JavaScript, PHP, and ImageMagick

This demo was put together in an effort to make very basic image editing easier for less technically inclined users. The main intention is to provided it as a component to include in a variety of applications including custom content management systems or Web applications.

Posted: January 22, 2007