March 2016

Hey Guys, In this post we’ll take an in-depth look at creating a setup file for a custom module. We looked at this briefly in my previous post on creating custom modules on Magento. If you create your own custom modules for Magento, chances are that at some point you will need your module(s) to be able to persist data to the database. This is

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Mar
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January 2016

In the age of the Internet of Things (IoT), when all devices in our homes, offices, cars and even on our person (watches, fitness trackers, etc.) are interconnected with each other, data security has become a major area of focus, especially after the recent hacking incidents that have taken place (Sony Pictures, ICloud celebrity photos, etc.). And rightfully so, given that its estimated that the

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Jan
2016

This is a follow up to my last post on Creating a Custom Module in Drupal 7. In this post I’m going to show you how to manage your custom module (or front end content) via an admin page. As you know, Drupal 7 is a truly modular framework. As such the admin interface is a key feature of any Drupal 7 module, and it

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Jan
2016
December 2015

How to Secure a Website

at Blog - by Faisal Nasir

Introduction Website security is a major challenge these days. The security of user information and data is a big challenge for the web site administrators especially for the sites where online transactions being performed by using the Credit/Debit cards. While creating the website most of the times security is not giving highly considerations which laid the foundation for the hackers to attack and pull the

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Dec
2015

Hey Guys! In this post I’m going to show you how to upgrade your PHP Yii application from Yii 1.x to Yii2. As you know, there’s no way to upgrade from Yii1 to Yii2 without re-writing code, since the Yii framework has been completely rewritten from the ground up for Yii 2.0. So you can’t just upgrade your application directly on the new version. Therefore,

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Dec
2015

Hey guys, In this post I’m going to show you how to create your own custom module in Drupal 7. Before you get started though, you should have basic knowledge of PHP and MySQL as this tutorial involves some coding. Anyway, after you’ve installed Drupal 7, go to the directory named Sites/All/Modules and follow the steps below to create your custom module. Step 1: Create

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Dec
2015
November 2015

Hey Guys, In my last post I showed you how you to create your first WordPress plugin. In this post we’re going to look at Custom Post Types (CPT) are and how you can create one yourself. As you know, WordPress comes provides a few standard post types. Among those post and page are notable. Yes, post itself is a post type that is typically

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Nov
2015
October 2015

MVP is not the new PoC

at Blog - by Uzair Ishaq

The tech industry loves fancy jargon. And with start-ups trending like never before, one of the more popular buzzwords these days is MVP, which stands for Minimal Viable Product. A lot of people however (especially in the start-up industry) are often confused as to the difference between an MVP and a POC – which stands for Proof of Concept, since they both seem to mean

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Oct
2015

Hey Guys, As you all know, WordPress is one of the most popular, free, open-source content management systems (CMS) out there that powers nearly a quarter of all new websites. The reason for its popularity is the host of features and functionality it offers. You can use it to put up a brand new site without writing a single line of code and customize its

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Oct
2015

Hey guys, In this post we’re going to look at the Alternative PHP Cache plug-in and how you can use it boost the overall performance of your website. The Alternative PHP Cache is a free, open sourceframework that helps websites store the byte code of PHP files so that it can be utilized later to enhance performance. How does it do that? It’s quite simple. When the file

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October 2015

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