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1. How to Use a WordPress Events Plugin Manage and Publish Organized Events

Updated on: 2022-10-28

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Blog: Event Story Manager Plugin package blog
Package: Event Story Manager Plugin

WordPress is a well-known publishing platform that can work for other purposes besides publishing blog posts using plugins that extend the possibilities of the original WordPress software.

This package implements a plugin that can transform a WordPress site into a regional event publication site.


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1. How to Quickly Add a Laravel Shopping Cart to a PHP Web Site to Sell Your Own Products

Updated on: 2022-10-26

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Blog: Laravel Shopping Basket package blog
Package: Laravel Shopping Basket

Many Web sites have a shopping section on which they can sell products to their users.

The developers of those some of those sites use the Laravel framework to implement the area with less effort than if they develop the sites using PHP without any framework, content management system, or library dedicated to creating shopping sites.

This package can help quickly add a shopping section to a site that already uses the Laravel framework, thus reducing the effort to add this feature.


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1114. How to Use Simple MySQL Monitoring Tools for Free to Find the Slowest Queries that You Should Optimize First - 2 minutes - Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 93 Part 3

Updated on: 2022-10-25

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When you want to optimize the performance of a MySQL-based application, you should try to optimize first the slowest queries that affect the application's performance.

The MySQL slow query log file provides a list of slow queries as they happen. So you need to monitor that file to determine the most critical slow SQL queries you need to optimize first.

Read this article, watch a 2-minute video, or listen to part 3 of episode 93 of the Lately in PHP podcast to learn how to use a free tool to monitor the MySQL slow query log and find the slowest SQL queries.


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1113. How to Buy a PHP Elephant Personalized with Your Logo

Updated on: 2022-10-24

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The PHP elePHPants are lovely mascots that many PHP developers love for being a symbol of their favorite language. The PHP Classes site sells plush toy versions of the PHP elePHPant.

Today we are announcing a significant improvement to the PHP ElePHPant mascot toys we are making available to make these plush toys even nicer.

From now on, you can purchase a personalized version of the PHP ElePHPant. This fact means that the plush toy may show a logo of your choice on the opposite side of the belly where it shows the PHP logo. Your logo can be an image with your name, your company name, or some other type of image that you can share with us.

Read this article to learn more about these new personalized elePHPants and how you can buy them so you can get them for yourself or for the people that you love the most in your life, hopefully in time for Christmas.


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1. How to Implement a PHP User Guide Automatically to Help Users of Your Applications using Templates

Updated on: 2022-10-21

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Blog: PHP User Guide package blog
Package: PHP User Guide

Documentation is essential for projects of any kind to help users learn how to use those projects when they do not know how to use them or have doubts.

A good practice for providing project documentation is to have a user guide that presents all the aspects that may be useful for the project users.

This package provides a solution to help users of any project to generate documentation from templates.

It also allows the definition of navigation menus that configure the package to provide the structure to render the different parts of the project user guide.


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1112. How to Find MySQL Slow Queries in a Production Server by Activating the Slow Query Log - 2 minutes - Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 93 Part 2

Updated on: 2022-10-19

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When you want to optimize a MySQL database application in production, you should figure out the slowest queries in that environment.

Enabling the MySQL slow query log can help you figure out the slowest SQL queries to optimize first. You can do that in a production environment, but you need to take extra care with how you enable the slow query log to avoid causing harm to the application.

Read this article, watch a 2-minute video, or listen to part 2 of episode 93 of the Lately in PHP podcast to learn how to enable the MySQL slow query log in a production environment in a safe way.


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1. How to Implement a Laravel Consent Cookie to Keep Track of Adult Users That Stated they Have 18 Years or More

Updated on: 2022-10-18

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Blog: Laravel Cookie 18 package blog
Package: Laravel Cookie 18

Many sites present content for adults. Those sites need to confirm if the users have 18 years of age or more.

This package provides a solution to present a confirmation dialog to request that the user confirm if they are adults.

When the users confirm their age, the site uses encrypted cookies to store the user response, so it no longer shows the adult confirmation dialog.

This way, this package helps adult site content owners comply with countries' laws that require that the sites restrict access to content to adult users.


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1. How to Quickly Implement a PHP Sales Management in a Web Site without Using a Database

Updated on: 2022-10-17

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Blog: Minimalist PHP Sales Site package blog
Package: Minimalist PHP Sales Site

Many sites implement an e-commerce section where the site owners can sell a set of products to their customers.

Implementing a complete e-commerce system can be a very complex task that requires to setup a database on which the site lists the available products.

This package provides a more straightforward solution: site owners can implement a sales system using simple configuration files.


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1. How to Use a PHP Code Check to Measure the Aspects that You Need to Change to Improve Your Code Quality

Updated on: 2022-10-14

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Blog: Yii2 CodeStat package blog
Package: Yii2 CodeStat

You can measure the quality of a developer's code in several ways. For instance, complex code may be hard to maintain.

If you write complex code, it would be good if you could improve the way you write your code to make it less complicated.

Measuring the complexity and other aspects of the quality of your code can be helpful for you to have an idea of how good is the code you write and what parts you need to improve.

This package combines several other packages that measure different aspects of your code and generate a report that you can analyze and discover opportunities to make your code better.


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1111. Find MySQL Slow Queries by Activating the Slow Query Log - 7 minutes - Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 93 Part 1

Updated on: 2022-10-13

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One of the factors that may make a Web application slow is the speed of execution of database queries executed by the application back-end code.

If you optimize the database queries that are the slowest, it may make a lot of impact on the speed of an application.

The first step in optimizing the slowest database queries is to find which are the slowest queries. Using MySQL as the database server, you can find the slowest queries by activating the slow query log.

Read this article, watch a 7-minute video, or listen to part 1 of episode 93 of the Lately in PHP podcast to learn how to enable the MySQL slow query log.


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