Today we will have a look at how we can perform some basic calculations such as adding, deducting, multiplying and dividing with online calculator, built using jQuery and a small portion of PHP.
Sebastian Sulinski on 26th Dec 2011
In this short series, Georges explains how to use the StreamReader, which is part of the .NET Framework in order to read the content of the text file and put it into the form field. We will also learn how to catch and display error messages and how to capitalize the text read by the application.
Time: 11:66 min
Georges Naffah on 15th Dec 2011
This series will take you through the steps of creating a Multilingual Content Management System with Object Oriented PHP, MySQL and jQuery.
The system will allow you to manage the content of the pages, navigation, languages, labels, label types and users - all in different languages.
Both, the front and the back end of the system will have an option to change the language of the user interface, so that visitor as well as administrator will be able to pick the language they are familiar with.
The CMS will be integrated with the CKEditor, PDW File Browser and Swift Mailer library for sending SMTP emails via our contact form.
We will create a number of objects (classes) such as:
Time: 541:83 min / Price: £113.00
Sebastian Sulinski on 29th Nov 2011
In this tutorial we will have a look at the way of saving search requests submitted through the online search form into the MySQL database using PHP PDO and INSERT INTO ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE MySQL statement.
Time: 14:03 min
Sebastian Sulinski on 25th Nov 2011
This series of videos explains how to create an XML Editor - standalone desktop application, which allows you to create and edit XML files. The Editor will be built using VisualBasic programming language and runs on Windows Operating System.
You will learn how to create an executable file for the installation of the application as well as the bootstrap, which checks whether all requirements are met for the application to be installed. The application will require .NET Framework 3.5 or higher to be installed on the user's computers and if it is not found - the bootstrap will help to install it automatically.
Time: 88:62 min / Price: £55.00
Georges Naffah on 17th Nov 2011