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Now THIS is some rapid development

Sunday, August 14th, 2005

I’m creating a new script for myself (a simple CMS for a new website), and I’m going extremely fast. It’s just so much easier to develop something when you’ve got all kinds of tools at your disposal.
I’m of course using my PHP components which really speed things up. Creating forms and doing validation is just […]

PHP:DataGrid Examination Part 1

Saturday, August 13th, 2005

Today I’ve written and published An Extensive Examination of the PHP:DataGrid Component: Part 1.
The article looks at the, recently released, PHP:DataGrid component. The article only really scratches the surface, and it talks about what exactly PHP:DataGrid is, and how to use it.
I’m pretty thrilled about the DataGrid series. I think it’ll be pretty popular, as […]

An Extensive Examination of the PHP:DataGrid Component: Part 1

Saturday, August 13th, 2005

Dennis Pallett examines the PHP:DataGrid component, and has a look at what it exactly is and how to use it in your website. Part 1 of a new DataGrid series!

If only PHP5 was more wide spread

Tuesday, August 9th, 2005

I’m discovering a few really neat things about PHP5 today. Some of these things are really logical, and makes you wonder why it wasn’t there in the first place, e.g. consider the following
get_obj (’my_obj’)->do_something();
In PHP5 that works perfectly, but not in PHP4. No, in PHP4 you have to do this
$my_obj = get_obj (’my_obj’);
I’m doing exactly […]

Running PHP4 and PHP5 together

Tuesday, August 9th, 2005

I wanted to test my scripts in PHP5, but I didn’t have access to any PHP5 dev machine, so I needed to install PHP5 on my own computer. However, I didn’t want to install it over PHP4, because I need that as well (most web hosts still only support PHP4).
So I installed PHP5 along side […]

PHP4 or PHP5?

Monday, August 1st, 2005

There’s an interesting discussion at SitePoint whether you should use PHP4 or PHP5 at this time. Most people say PHP5, and I somewhat agree with them, but there’s a few things to keep in mind.
If your project is going to be a personal or internal one, where you are sure PHP5 is installed, then there […]

Released PHP:Form

Monday, August 1st, 2005

Today I’ve officially released PHP:Form, a form generator component.
It’s a paid PHP component, starting at $4.99 for a one domain license to $599 for an Enterprise, unlimited and commercial, license. I think it’s well worth the money. It basically takes care of all the boring tasks when creating a new form. Stuff like validation, client-side […]

Welcome to the PHPit Blog

Monday, August 1st, 2005

Here I will be posting all kinds of PHP news, musing and thoughts. It’s a PHP blog, so it will be mostly about PHP. Enjoy :)