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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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Simple Banner Rotator With PHP, jQuery & MySQL
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.

Simple Chatroom With PHP and jQuery
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a simple chatroom with PHP and jQuery.

AJAX-ed Todo List With PHP, MySQL & 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 .

Photobooth with PHP, jQuery and CSS3
In this tutorial, we will be building a jQuery and PHP powered photobooth. It will allow your website visitors to take a snapshot with their web camera and upload it from a neat CSS3 interface. As you might know, it is not possible to access web cameras and other peripheral devices directly from JavaScript (and it won’t be for some time). However there is a solution to our problem – we can use a flash movie. Flash has perfect web camera support, and is installed on nearly all internet – enabled computers.

jQuery Contact form for your website
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.

Display your Favorite Tweets using PHP and jQuery
In this tutorial, we will be writing a PHP class that will fetch, cache, and display your favorite tweets in a beautiful CSS3 interface.

Facebook Style PHP Chat and Shoutbox with jQuery
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.

Creating a 5 star rating system using jQuery, PHP and MySQL
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.

How to Making an AJAX Web Chat using PHP, MySQL and jQuery
How to Making an AJAX Web Chat using PHP, MySQL and jQuery. In this two part tutorial, In the first part, discussing the PHP and MySQL side, and in the second part continued with the jQuery and CSS front end.

Making a Shoutbox with PHP and jQuery
In this tutorial, we are going to build a shout box with PHP and jQuery, which allows visitors of your website to leave short comments to one another. Shouts will be stored on the server as files, no database like MySQL will be required. We are going to use two PHP libraries to make things easier – Flywheel for storing the shouts as json files and RelativeTime for creating human readable relative time stamps. We will be using Composer to install these libraries.

AJAX Live Search PHP
This tutorial is about building a live search with PHP and jQuery. It has a couple of bits and pieces to make it work. First of all we will design the form and port it to HTML and CSS. After that we will write up the jQuery to make everything work and a PHP file that will take care of generating the results. We will also look at a couple of possible bugs that can become security risks or just make the user experience worse.

Export screenshot of an HTML5 Canvas using PHP, JQuery and EaselJS
I want to share with you an useful javascript snippet to make a screenshot of an HTML5 canvas and save it (as PNG) on a webserver using PHP and JQuery. Furthermore I’ll provide you an introduction to EaselJS, a wonderful framework to create HTML5 canvas applications. After reading this article you will be able to: - export an HTML5 canvas as PNG image (making a screenshot) - send the PNG to a PHP script using JQUERY - save the PNG on the webserver - setup an EaselJS project

Form validation with jQuery and CodeIgniter
In this tutorial you will learn how to validate form fields with jQuery and CodeIgniter. We will use jQuery to validate in client side and PHP with CodeIgniter framework to validate server side. Therefore it will be very easy to follow this tutorial if you have basic knowledge of jQuery and CodeIgniter. Even if you don't have knowledge of jQuery or CodeIgniter, it should not be a problem as i will start from very basics.

PHP Login Form using jQuery
We are making a cool & simple login / registration system. It will give you the ability to easily create a member-only area on your site and provide an easy registration process. It is going to be PHP driven and store all the registrations into a MySQL database.

Hierarchical data with PHP and jQuery
How to display, edit and submit a PHP array from a HTML form.

visitor tracking with jQuery and Raphael JavaScript library
This simple PHP visitor tracking script uses jQuery and Raphael javascript library to display daily hits to your page.

Making an AJAX Web Chat (Part 1)
In this two-part tutorial, we will be creating an AJAX Web Chat using PHP, MySQL and jQuery. In this first part, we will be discussing the PHP & MySQL side, and next week we will continue with the jQuery and CSS front-end.

How to use PHP in the Shell
PHP may be most commonly used within a web server to produce web pages, but it is a powerful scripting engine by itself. PHP is an amazingly useful multipurpose tool when used from the command line. This post will show you how to use the PHP Command Line Interface (CLI). Some of the information here is Linux specific, but there are equivalents for Windows.

Building a small microframework with PHP (Part 2). Command line interface
Sometimes we need to execute the script from command line, for example if we need to use them in a crontab file. OK. We can use curl and perform a simple http call to the webserver. But it’s pretty straightforward to create a command line interface (CLI) for our microframework.

Simple AJAX Commenting System
This time, we are making a Simple AJAX Commenting System. It will feature a gravatar integration and demonstrate how to achieve effective communication between jQuery and PHP/MySQL with the help of JSON.