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I finally got round to writing my first Twitter App using Zend OAuth. Here are my tips and explanation to getting your Twitter App up and running. Getting Started Register at http://dev.twitter.com/ and create your first App. You can change all the settings at any time, so don’t worry about getting them wrong. Setting Up [...]
Check out this useful tool that will draw some radically cool graphs for you without any trouble :) A good find me thinks! PHP Chart Tool
For those budding PHP developers out there, you want to run your eyes over this! http://www.mantisbt.org/ Mantis is a free Bug Tracking tool like Trac but without the SVN fuctionality. Why is this useful? There are several reasons. It’s a quick and easy way to log issues for any type of project. Even if it’s [...]
The latest version of CL Auth now includes example files to help you understand how to use the functions. You can download the lastest version CL Auth v0.2.5 now.
Just to top off my daily posts, I have been perfecting a PHP Validation class over the past few months. At work I tend to do a lot of registration forms for competitions, subscriptions, newsletters, contact forms etc. So I went to the trouble of creating a very quick and easy validation class that I [...]
CL Auth is finally in round 2 of BETA testing. BETA v0.2 offers better optimisation, new functions, better documentation and easier customisation. It also quashes some known bugs from the previous BETA. Download or view the Documentation online.
I’ve published the first draft of the CL Auth Documentation online. I have placed it on this website so everybody can access it.