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Tutorial: Uploading Files in PHP

August 15th, 2012 Leave a comment
Tutorial: Uploading Files in PHP

Once you have learned the basics of using forms in PHP, the next step is to begin working with and manipulating files. With PHP, you can allow users to upload files to the server and then use or store them. In this tutorial we will use a basic HTML form with a PHP script to upload files to your server. To begin, we will create an HTML form in our upload.htm file. <html> <head> <title>PHP File Upload Example</title> </head> … View full post »

jQuery Quick Tutorial

November 14th, 2011 Leave a comment 1 comment
jQuery Quick Tutorial

Whether you are new to JavaScript or have been developing for the Web for a while, learning jQuery can seem like a daunting task. If you have been wanting to give it a try, here is a quick primer to give you the facts and help you get started along with some examples for you to try out. If you want to play with the examples from this tutorial, feel free to download them from here. What is it? jQuery was originally developed by John Resig of the Mozilla Software Foundation in 2006 with the motto of “Write less, do more”…. View full post »

Hadoop Installation Tutorial

August 5th, 2011 Leave a comment 2 comments
Hadoop Installation Tutorial

Just for posterity, Apache Hadoop is a software framework that supports data-intensive distributed applications under a free license. It enables applications to work with thousands of nodes and petabytes of data. Hadoop was inspired by Google’s MapReduce and Google File System (GFS) papers. Since you arrived to this page, I’ll assume that you have some idea of what Hadoop is and what it is used for. This tutorial will walk you through an installation of Hadoop on your workstation so you can begin exploring some of its powerful features. Hadoop has traditionally been a royal pain to setup and configure properly…. View full post »

HTML5 Intro: Use It Today!

November 14th, 2010 Leave a comment
HTML5 Intro: Use It Today!

Ever since Apple announced that they would not be supporting Flash in favor of the multimedia features of HTML5, there has been a lot of media attention on HTML5. Unfortunately, along with the media coverage there has been a tremendous amount of myth and misrepresentation regarding the level of browser support for HTML5. I’ve even heard some designers say that HTML5 won’t be ready until 2012 and that we should all sit tight and wait for it! The truth is that many of the elements of HTML5 are available for use today and browser support is pretty… View full post »