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EasyPHP, WordPress, and Permalinks

I’m creating a website as a favor to a friend. To save effort, I’m just doing the development on my Windows computer. While doing that, I ran into a little issue with permalinks that seems to be unique to how EasyPHP is configured. While I won’t go into much detail on the subject, I re-affirmed the fact that WordPress is as close to as ideas as one can get when … Continue reading

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PHP, IIS, and NetBeans

It’s been while since I have used the language, so I thought it would be fun to try making a few new ideas with it. I did a quick search to see what PHP IDEs were available.  I’ve used Eclipse quite a lot, but I’m not particularly fond of it, so I wanted to try something else. I plan on giving NetBeans a chance to see how it fairs. http://www.netbeans.org/features/php/ … Continue reading

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Is object orientated PHP scripting worth the effort?

I’m currently creating a movie review website in PHP an SQLite. I’m taking a very object orientated approach. For example, all database access goes through an object. Adding a review is as simple as calling a function with the proper data. Here is the function header: Each parameter is an associative array that corresponds to fields in the database. While I don’t want to get into too much detail, the … Continue reading

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