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PayPal's "Buy Now" buttons are ideal for ecommerce impulse sales. They are easy for the customer to use and there's no lengthy check-out procedure. One click and you're on PayPal's secured site. They are also very easy to install and for this reason sometimes get ignored when it comes to tracking and securing sales.
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PDO is a PHP extension providing a data-access abstraction layer that can be used with a variety of databases. This gives you the flexibility of changing the database backend without having to alter your access methods. Even if you use MySQL exclusively, PDO can provide advantages ...
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In PHP 4 there are only two magic methods, __serialize and __unserialize. PHP 5 .0 defines a number of new magic methods the most well-known being the constructor and destructor. Apart from beginning with a double underscore, magic methods in PHP are (usually) invoked indirectly.
PHP 3 was released in mid-1998. Some basic object-oriented (OO) capabilities were included, more or less as an afterthought, to "provide new ways of accessing arrays." No significant changes were made to the object model when version 4 was released in mid-2000. The basics of object-oriented programming (OOP) were there--you could create a class and single inheritance was supported. With PHP 5 ...
Wez Furlong is Chief Architect at OmniTI, Inc., and a PHP core developer responsible for the streams abstraction layer, the PDO extension, and the SQLite extension among others. We caught up with him at the php|works conference where he presented a seminar on PHP Data Objects (PDO).
Rasmus Lerdorf's keynote address at the php|works conference in Toronto opened in typical iconoclastic style: "The web is broken. You can all go home now." (See http://talks.php.net/show/torkey06/1 for a complete overview.) This is something of an overstatement but a serious reference to security flaws in Internet Explorer, Apache and Flash. Rasmus went on to ...
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articles - complete listDocsLite for SQLite (pdf)
Using Pandoc with DocBook (pdf)
The xmllint Shell (pdf)
mysqldump for Developers (pdf)
Getting Started with Nutch (pdf)
OpenWrt Logs (pdf)
Installing Solr (pdf)
Kobo EPUBs (pdf)
The Compleat CouchDB (pdf)
MariaDB Debian Packages (pdf)
Installing MariaDB on Maverick Meerkat (pdf)
PHP Subject/Observer (pdf)
"Buy Now" Button (pdf)
Using MySQL with PDO (pdf)
OOP in PHP5
Interview: Wez Furlong
Programming PHP 2/e
PHP is Hot
Open Sources 2.0
PHP Security (pdf)
php | works 2005
Open Source for the Enterprise
Test Driving Linux (pdf)
Using cURL (pdf)
MySQL Queries (pdf)
The CSS Cookbook
Security & Paypal (pdf)
Using PHP-Nuke (pdf)
PHP 5 (pdf)
Error Class (pdf)
An Access Front-End to MySQL (pdf)
Upgrading Access (pdf)
Web Design Using HTML-Kit Part 2 (pdf)
Web Design using HTML-Kit (pdf)
Don't Get Spoofed (pdf)
Java Help Files (pdf)
Search Engine/Directory Submission (pdf)
Using htmlArea (pdf)
Rescue Me (pdf)
Sustainable Web Design (pdf)
Modular Web Design (pdf)
Installing MySQLGraphic (pdf)
Reduce Image Size
Listeners in Java (pdf)
E-Commerce with PHP and PayPal (pdf)
Search Engine Friendly Web Design (pdf)
Install & Customize phpBB (pdf)
Lies, Damned Lies and SQL (pdf)
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