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PHP Frameworks

by Pranav Bhat June 18, 2007
These frameworks are free and provide a host of services to satisfy almost all of the web development needs of a web designer or a website owner.

What Is the Strongest Hash Algorithm?

April 16, 2007
To secure messages that you send over the internet you can use a hashing algorithm, which transforms a text string into an alphanumeric string.

Ruby, a Real Gem of FOSS

by Jabari Zakiya March 15, 2007
If you haven't tried Ruby yet, you owe it to yourself to begin playing with it. If you value joy, if you value simplicity, if you value beauty, then you owe it to yourself to learn Ruby, the emerging jewel of FOSS.

Practical Use of Open Source Software

by Roberto Sedycias February 12, 2007
As we started the project of our web site, we knew that the proprietary software costs would be too high for our financial resources. Our only option then was to make use of Open Source Code softwares.

Hosted Web Forms

by Benny Tsabba January 05, 2007
Making sure that you have CGI or PHP capability on your site is important, but even if you decide against it, you will often be able to find companies that offer "hosted solutions" through their servers, For many people, this is an awesome solution in its

Beyond the Box with Google's Web API

by Jakob Jelling December 12, 2006
With the API, programmers can use most any web programming language, such as PHP, ASP, Perl, .NET, and Java. Google's Web API provides "data hooks" that allow a remote program to access certain portions of Google easily.

Ten Reasons Why Every Programmer Should Learn C

by Jubling November 27, 2006
Every programmer should learn C during their programming career. Its benefits are to numerous to ignore. Not only will it open many more job opportunities, but it will teach you more about computers as a whole.

Mastering Regular Expressions in PHP

by Dennis Pallett November 22, 2006
A regular expression is a pattern that can match various text strings. Using regular expressions you can find (and replace) certain text patterns, for example "all the words that begin with the letter A" or "find only telephone numbers". Regular expressions are often used in validation classes, because they are a really powerful tool to verify e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, street addresses, zip codes, and more.

How to Delete Index.dat Files

by Mil Incorporated November 14, 2006
Index.dat files are used by Internet Explorer and Windows to store history, Internet cache, cookies, UserData records and other information about what you have done in Internet or in your PC. Although some of their functions are useful, they are dangerous privacy threat - any person with even little knowledge about index.dat files locations and structure can see history of almost all of your computer activities.

How To Begin Programming With Ruby on Rails

by Brian Vuyk October 31, 2006
A quick disclaimer - Ruby on Rails is not for everyone, nor suited for every job. That said, spend a couple hours evaluating it, to see if it is right for you, or your project.

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