26 June 2020

Tutorial install myIgniter using built in PHP Web server

Tutorial install myIgniter using built in PHP Web server

In this tutorial we try step by step installing myIgniter using built in PHP Web server start with installing PHP in command line until running myIgniter. First things first we need : PHP (PHP 5.6 is recomended) myIgniter Step 1 : Extract the files Extract archive PHP.zip into “C:\” and extract myIgniter.zip into “C:\web\” Step 2 … Continue reading “Tutorial install myIgniter using built in PHP Web server”

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26 June 2020

Making the most of the Google Maps API – Marking a path to a location

Making the most of the Google Maps API – Marking a path to a location

Our app takes advantage of a JSON file containing the different bus lines and arrays of geographic points, the combination of which forms the route of the busses. A part of the array with coordinate points looks like this: “coordinates”: [ [26.00671399999988,43.8541], [26.006582999999882,43.85418], [26.00640999999988,43.85422], [26.006300999999883,43.85422] ] Now, if we take all those points and fill … Continue reading “Making the most of the Google Maps API – Marking a path to a location”

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26 June 2020

Creating your first middleware in Laravel 5

Creating your first middleware in Laravel 5

Middlewares can help us execute different application logic in numerous routes so that we do not repeat ourselves. They are good for filtering HTTP requests. For example, you can create a middleware which redirects user that are not authorized to view a page to another page or you can create a middleware which disallows guests … Continue reading “Creating your first middleware in Laravel 5”

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