Tag Archives: mysql

Is Your Website Ready For The Christmas Season?

The Christmas season is coming, the people around the world will start with the preparations, all the online stores will start offering discounts on their products online, registering the highest number of annual sales. During this period, all owners of an online store, call for the audits required to prepare for Christmas period. This article… Read More »


Are you a web developer? Free alternatives to proprietary and commercial software for developers!

The best thing in life are definitely free when it comes to developer software. There’s plenty of free software that does the job as well as the commercial and proprietary offerings. The difference is the price – free software is free; and many of which are released under fair licensing terms that give you many… Read More »


What is PHP Data Objects and how do I use PHP Data Objects?

What are PHP Data Objects? PHP recommends instead of using the standard mysql_connect() and mysql_query() functions that instead you use PHP Data Objects, or mysqli_() functions for database interactions. PHP Data Objects are a robust, easy-to-learn and easy-to-use object-oriented interface for interacting with databases. Object-oriented programming is a conceptual programming model for developing applications, and… Read More »


Web server with CentOS + Apache

In this brief article we will cover the installation and configuration of Apache on CentOS and some other functions required in today’s web servers. Although there are already plenty of material about it, a simple Google search returns a number of texts already, I decided to write about it because it is something simple that… Read More »


Install Apache+PHP+MySQL

In the latest Linux distributions so-called RedHat based distributions installation ligament Apache+PHP+MySQL presents no special problems. But, as always, sometimes there are little pitfalls that often confuse novice admins, owners of dedicated servers, and programmers. We describe this process as an example with Fedora Core 4. We go to the server as root and type… Read More »