OOPs Concepts – PHP

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OOP is intimidating to a lot of developers because it introduces new syntax and, at a glance, appears to be far more complex than simple procedural, or inline, code. However, upon closer inspection, OOP is actually a very straightforward and ultimately simpler approach to programming. Before we go in details, let’s define important terms related to Object Oriented Programming. Class− Simply Class is a collection of member variables and its functions. Object−You define a class once and then make many objects that belong to it. Objects have state behavior and identity. Member functions and Variables− these are the functions and variables defined inside a class and are used to access object data. Inheritance– Simply creating a new class from the existing class. When a class is defined by inheriting existing…
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Sending email – Mail Function in PHP

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Almost in every web application sending automated email by system is the common requirement. So, it’s very common and important part that must be known by developer. The simple example, when a visitor to your website fills out a enquiry form. mail function return a boolen value, return true if email sent successfully, false otherwise  Syntax: mail ($to , $subject , $message, $additional_headers); $to: This is the first parameter of mail function hold the email address of receiver, the address to which email has to be sent. $subject: Every email should have subject. This parameter cannot contain any newline characters. $message: This is the actual body or content of email to send.  Please note that every line should be break by \n and every line should not exceed the limit…
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Managing Sessions & Cookies

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The basic task of both cookies and sessions is to store visitor data so that it can be accessed by every page on a website. Cookies: Cookies are small text files that are stored in the visitor's browser for a specific time or for a long  -lifespan. Cookies can be edited by the visitor.  in short Cookies are client-side files that contain user information. Sessions: Sessions are small files that are stored on the website's server. Sessions have a limited lifespan, they expire when the browser is closed or logged out from the session. Sessions cannot be edited by the visitor or user. Session Max life time is 1440 Seconds(24 Minutes) as defined in php.ini file however you may change it accordingly In short, cookies serve on the visitor's computer…
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Introduction to Ajax

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Ajax (Asynchronous Java script And XML)  Introduction In Jesse Garrett’s original article that coined the term, it was AJAX. The “X” in AJAX really stands for XML HTTP Request though, and not XML. Jesse later conceded that Ajax should be a word and not an acronym and updated his article to reflect his change in heart. So “Ajax” is the correct casing. As its name implies, Ajax relies primarily on two technologies to work: JavaScript and the XML HTTP Request. Standardization of the browser DOM (Document Object Model) and DHTML also play an important part in Ajax’s success, but for the purposes of our discussion we won’t examine these technologies in depth. How Ajax Works At the heart of Ajax is the ability to communicate with a Web server asynchronously without taking away the…
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