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1103. How to Optimize the Performance of a Real Web Application with a Monitoring Tool

Updated on: 2022-07-26

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Many experienced developers have learned how to improve their coding habits to write code that will run faster.

If you have already written an application, it may be tough to determine if you have already written the code in a way optimized to run at the highest speed.

Fortunately, some tools can help you figure out which parts of your applications are worth the effort of optimizing to achieve speed improvements.

Read this short article to learn how to use the Scout Application Performance Monitoring tool to determine which parts of a Laravel or Symfony application are worth optimizing.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Template Engine to Generate HTML Pages that Can Adjust the Path of JavaScript, Images and CSS Relatively to the Current HTTP Request URL

Updated on: 2022-07-25

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Blog: PHP Router Template package blog
Package: PHP Router Template

Processing templates is a common task that many PHP applications perform to generate the output, for instance, of each page.

In some cases, HTML templates may contain the paths of the URLs of JavaScript, images, and CSS files.

When these files use relative paths for these files, the correct path depends on the path of the current PHP script page URL.

The correct relative path may vary if the page URLs are inside each server directory.

This package implements an approach to simplify this situation. It can take a parameter that applications may use to specify the relative depth of external files that the current page uses.


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1. How to Implement a PHP JWT Token Generator that Can Be Used in Security Protocols like OAuth

Updated on: 2022-07-22

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Blog: PHP JWT Decode and Generate package blog
Package: PHP JWT Decode and Generate

JSON Web Token (JWT) is a standard for encoding and transmitting security-sensitive information using JSON format to encode objects as strings.

This class provides a simple means to encode and decode data using the JWT standard.

Developers can use this class with other components that implement more complex protocols and security measures, like OAuth.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Payroll System To Management Payments for People that Work with Schools

Updated on: 2022-07-21

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Blog: PHP School Management System with Student Payroll package blog
Package: PHP School Management System with Student Payroll

Payroll systems are helpful to many businesses that need to keep track of the payments that their customers have made.

One type of business that usually can make good use of a payroll system is a school.

This package implements a payroll system dedicated to school business.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Version Check that Tolerates the Variations of the Version String Formats

Updated on: 2022-07-20

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Blog: PHP Version Check package blog
Package: PHP Version Check

Many software projects use a convention to number the project version numbers called semver.

This conversion splits the version numbers into three parts: major version, minor version, and patch number.

This possibility helps developers determine if their current version is more recent or older than some other version.

This package parses version string numbers in a way that tolerates variations like putting a v in the front of the version, using needless zero characters before the version number parts, or even missing minor or patch numbers.

It can also normalize the version number strings to comply more with the semver convention.


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1. How to Generate a PHP Template Class to Render Views in CodeIgniter Applications

Updated on: 2022-07-19

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Blog: CodeIgniter Template Viewer Class package blog
Package: CodeIgniter Template Viewer Class

Many PHP applications use MVC frameworks like CodeIgniter and others to develop faster the application code using existing class libraries.

Rendering the output of a page is a common task that most applications need to perform.

Often this task is performed using templates that are processed to create the page output.

The package provides a viewer class that simplifies the development of PHP applications that use the CodeIgniter framework to render the current request output using a given template PHP script.


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1. How Can PHP Load JavaScript of Web Pages Faster using a Template Engine to Combine JavaScript Files

Updated on: 2022-07-18

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Blog: PHP JavaScript Loader package blog
Package: PHP JavaScript Loader

Every site needs to use JavaScript code to implement features of Web pages that require dynamic changes.

The list of JavaScript files that may be necessary to load on a Web page may be longer depending on the kind of features developers want to provide, and it may be tedious to specify each file in the page HTML.

This package provides an alternative method for loading JavaScript all at once.

It uses its template engine to combine all the necessary JavaScript libraries in a single JavaScript and stores it in a cache file to make it faster by avoiding processing the JavaScript template again.


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1. How to Debug CodeIgniter Faster using Zend Z-Ray Integration

Updated on: 2022-07-15

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Blog: CodeIgniter Plugin for Z-Ray package blog
Package: CodeIgniter Plugin for Z-Ray

CodeIgniter is a popular PHP framework used by many PHP developers.

Z-Ray is a product from the Zend company that can help developers debug their applications faster.

The package integrates a CodeIgniter plugin package that can help view CodeIgniter application-specific details using the Z-Ray product.


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1. How to Execute SQL Query Statements Configured in Separate Files That Help Maintaining Your PHP Application Easier

Updated on: 2022-07-14

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Blog: DBConnect PHP Database Query Builder package blog
Package: DBConnect PHP Database Query Builder

Most PHP applications need to connect to a database and execute SQL queries to store and retrieve data.

Usually, developers define the SQL queries as strings in the PHP code that performs those queries when executed.

If you need to update the queries to improve the features, you must change the PHP code that defines those queries.

This package provides a different alternative to define the queries that the PHP code of your applications needs to execute.

It allows defining the queries in the PHP configuration scripts that define the SQL queries as named constants.

This approach allows developers to find the queries they need to update faster when they want to improve their application features.

This approach also makes application maintenance easier because the developers may only need to change configuration files defined separately from the application code.


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1. How Can PHP Detect CLI or Web Environment on Which It Is Running

Updated on: 2022-07-13

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Blog: PHP Web or Cli Detect package blog
Package: PHP Web or Cli Detect

PHP is a flexible language that can run in different environments, for instance, a Web server or a command-line interface shell console.

Developers can create applications that adapt to the different environments in which PHP may run.

This package helps developers who want to adapt to PHP's different environments.

It checks some environment values and returns the information of the specific environment in which it runs.

Using this package, developers only need to adapt their code depending on the environment type that this package returns.


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