We released a new update for Cronless that will hopefully ease asking for support and help us keep up with the growing number of tickets. We’ve integrated with Zendesk to provide a ticketing system, knowledgebase and a section for submitting and voting for ideas and suggestions. To access any of these new feature simply click [...]
There are multiple ways to save application settings/configurations in PHP. You can save them in INI, XML or PHP files as well as a database table. I prefer a combination of the latter two; saving the database connection details in a PHP file and the rest in a database table.
The new version of SnipsManager is available for download. We fixed some bugs and added a few more features: Fixed the text wrapping bug in snippets containing long strings of text without spaces. Improved snippet submission summary page, parse.php.
Here is a simple way to loop through a list of URLs, download the page and search the contents for a string. The script starts by checking if the post variable $_POST['urls'] is set. If it is, its content is split by line breaks into the array $urls to easily read one URL at a [...]
Google’s latest major feature, the +1 button, is Google’s attempt at rivaling, and potentially improving upon, the Facebook “like” button. Its functionality is extremely similar to Facebook’s “like” option in that it allows users to “+1″ links and ads that come up through Google’s search engine. Google will also soon be enabling the +1 button [...]
With a few lines of PHP code and S3tool’s s3cmd command-line tool you can backup your MySQL databases automatically to Amazon’s S3. To use this script you’ll need SSH access to your server. First download s3cmd and upload it to your server. Installation is straight forward. The PHP code is simple: