Simple jQuery and PHP CRUD interface
In this tutorial we will learn how to crteate a jQuery and PHP powered simple CRUD for any MySQL table.
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In this tutorial we are making a simple PHP, jQuery & MySQL banner rotator, with which you can create and randomly display banners on your site. Each of the banners features a neat jQuery animation effect, which you can customize to fit your own needs.
In this article, we will take a look at Phreeze, a simple and easy to use PHP framework that can help us generate a MySQL CRUD backend app. I will use my book collection test site as the underlying database. Please refer to my Data Fixtures in Symfony2 article for more details on the database structure... In the first screen, we will provide the necessary database connection information (server, database/schema, user, password)...
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a simple chatroom with PHP and jQuery.
In this tutorial we are making a simple AJAX ed Todo List App, with PHP, MySQL and jQuery. In the process we are going to demonstrate PHPs OOP capabilities, play with jQuery UI and implement some nice AJAX functionality .
Sometime ago, I showed you how to create a simple CRUD application. Today we will be extending that CRUD application by adding pagination to it. Wondering why we have to add pagination to our CRUD application? Well, at first you might feel there is no need to paginate our database results. But as our application is being used and data are being inserted into our database, the need for a pagination arises.
In this tutorial we show how to create a modern contact form that is linked by a simple text link and opens in a fancy Lightbox where all form handling, including reCAPTCHA validations, are processed by PHP and the jQuery Ajax function. After the form submission was successful we are using the PHP Class script PHPMailer to send the message via SMTP.
In this tutorial, we will be writing a PHP class that will fetch, cache, and display your favorite tweets in a beautiful CSS3 interface.
Shoutboxes and chat scripts have been very popular in recent times, especially with jQuery and AJAX becoming more mainstream. This article will take you through how to create a Facebook chat / shoutbox in PHP 5 OOP, MySQL, HTML 5, CSS 3, and jQuery.
This script will offer you a stars rating system ready to integrate to your aricle or media’s content on your website, the code control the rates with IP and store the user rate to the database with ajax and give a better user interface buttons working with jQuery.