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Heroku and MySQLi – Round 3

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As of a few minutes ago, Heroku now natively supports PHP, MySQLi and some other enterprise level PHP functionality.  This is great news. https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/getting-started-with-php Validated with: <? if (function_exists(‘mysqli_connect’)) { //mysqli is installed echo ‘it works’; } else{ die(‘bad news’);

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Facebook Login Shell for PHP

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Just posted a project on Github that is a php login shell for Facebook.  Its something wrote to be simple, single sign on for apps, and hope others find it useful as well.   Project can be found here: https://github.com/travstoll/php_login  

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PHP OOP

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I haven’t done much PHP OOP.  I have started focusing more on this recently.  LornaJane.net gives a great high level tutorial on this.   http://www.lornajane.net/posts/2012/introduction-to-php-oop

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Backup Anything to Rackspace CloudFiles

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A week or so ago I posted about how to do MySQL backups to rackspace cloud files.  Another important process to backing up your sites and data, besides the database, are the actual files that make it up. I use

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