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PHP Serialize and Drupal

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Developing PHP applications, regardless of the developing system and the deployment one, is usually pretty straight forward. Since PHP applications are run by an Apache server on all platforms, the choice of which development platform to use and which to deploy on it’s entirely up to the programmer.

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SQL Injection. How to prevent it from happening in PHP.

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SQL injection as a matter of security can be approached from multiple angles. One must first be sure that the targeted application has a confidential database structure, since this is the main thing that makes SQL injection possible. Also, it’s important to notice that SQL injection is not something that happens arbitrary or from time […]

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AngularJS

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If you’ve worked with AngularJS you most definitely have found yourself in the situation of using templates. While good for release and keeping your code clean, templates can often times pose a problem while developing. Since AngularJS has an implemented cache method, everytime you modfidy a template it will load from cache, therefore not allowing […]

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How to put online the Apache 2.4 Server

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If you find yourself googling in order to make your new local server work online, you’ve come to the right place. Most Web Server packages today (WAMP, XAMPP or Uniform Server) are configured to work with the “old” Apache 2.2 version and have a major flaw. Since 2.4, Apache has dropped the directive “Allow” in […]

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