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Let’s Talk JS Markup Templates

So today I wanted to spotlight a neat JS library I found while doing some client work called Markup JS by Adam Mark: https://github.com/adammark/Markup.js/ What is Markup JS? Well to answer that question, it might be better to bring in a real world need first. Lets say we are building a web application, or even a really simple web service between frontend and backend using XHR (ajax) only. The first thing...

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Realtime Image Typesetting with PHP GD

Learn how to use both JavaScript Ajax and PHP GD (graphical library) to perform real-time image typesetting onto a image. We will also cover how to use custom text colors, sizes, rotation and even fonts in our example demo.

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CMS Instant Edit (3 of 3)

This is our third installment of the CMS instant edit script. Here we will be talking about our last two languages “PHP & MySQL”. PHP is a server side language that preform’s more complex and secure server side functions such as creating and editing files on the server or storing and retrieving sensitive data from a database. MySQL is a well uses and popular database that works almost...

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CMS Instant Edit (2 of 3)

This is the second edition to our instant edit tutorial. Today I will be expanding our instant edit to work with Ajax to save and retrieve information from our server side language PHP and a MySQL database. We left off with a our functions fully created to perform our instant edit via client site DOM scripting. Now we must add functions that will send and retrieve data from our database but doing so with...

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CMS Instant Edit (1 of 3)

Let’s get into some real in depth work today. What better way to demonstrate a little of every language one might use to create internet applications than with the simple instant edit. Instant edit is more times than not is used in content management systems (CMS) to give quick edits to a site owner without having to play with code what so ever. The instant edit might seem simple at first but is a...

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