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Symfony RESTful API example

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In this post we are going to create RESTfull APIs using PHP framework Symfony 3. This will be exemplified on a “Car” entity. 1. Creating Symfony Application

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Display custom language switcher in the desired position in menu

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This article will present a method to display a custom language switcher in the desired position in menu when using WPML plugin for WordPress. One client wanted the language switcher (with two languages, Romanian and English) to be on the second position in menu and to show just the inactive language.

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What is RESPONSIVE about and why it’s the future of the web?

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     We live in a world where multitasking and productivity rules. We can access our favourite websites from wherever we are, no matter what devices are being used.

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Liferay 6.2 Theme with Bootstrap 3

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As you may know, Liferay 6.2 is using Bootstrap 2 together with an UI framework called AlloyUI. I believe we can all agree that this combination doesn’t really help with reaching the desired results anymore. Most of you feel the need for something more, something you are more familiar with, something like Bootstrap 3 (for […]

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HTML5 eLearning tools review

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These days we have a lot of available tools to create responsive courses on the Web and in this article we will review a few of them, considering their features, advantages and disadvantages. When I started to test these tools I had to choose from a list of 26 comercial and open-source tools (link). In […]

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How to install Yii Framework on XAMPP for Windows

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  Yii is an open source, object-oriented, component-based MVC PHP web application framework. Yii is pronounced as “Yee” or [ji:] and it’s an acronym for “Yes It Is! The first thing you need in order to use the Yii Framework is access to a Web server with PHP installed, of course. But if you’re reading […]

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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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Kendo Server Filtering

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If you want to enable Server Filtering on Kendo Grid, first step is to tell Kendo that you want to enable that functionality because, by default, the data source performs filtering on client side. var dataSource = new kendo.data.DataSource({ transport: { read: function (options) { var filter = options.data.filter; /* send the filter to the […]

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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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