Posts Tagged ‘PHP’

How to convert time/timezones with PHP

How to use PHP 5.2′s DateTime class to convert any arbitrary time (not necessarily the current time) from the any time zone to another time zone.


What’s new in PHP6 and HTML5? Let’s have a look at the new features we can start using soon!

AM Framework

The AM Framework started with a list of requirements: MVC, easy to use AJAX, and ActiveRecord based models, all of which were to be built using PHP.


PHP-IDS is an open-source IDS made for and in PHP. It is a collection of blacklist filters designed to detect common (and less common) intrusions that can occur in PHP applications, such as SQL injections.

Starting a Fire with CodeIgniter

CodeIgniter might be a breath of fresh air. Its ease of use and broad compatibility made it a quickly rising star and with a powerful CMS to back it, it has shown proven success.


PHPUnit is a unit testing framework written in and for PHP. It is extremely easy to run and re-run all your tests the moment you or a co-worker have finished implementing a new feature, and this can be done in the background while you work on another feature or project.

Exploring Drupal 6

Drupal is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) written in PHP. It is used as a back-end system for many different types of websites, ranging from personal blogs to large corporate and political hubs.

PHP-GTK: Cross-platform desktop scripting

PHP-GTK is a combination of PHP, a scripting language available to most major operating systems, and GTK, a set of libraries used to create GUIs