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OpenLampTech issue #13

This week’s issue of OpenLampTech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers is once again loaded to the brim with the best content I can curate for your reading pleasure. I absolutely enjoy running and sharing the newsletter and I hope you are enjoying the content just as much. Thank you!!!!

Do you need to learn MySQL? Just starting and confused about how to query a table and get the data you need? I am creating premium MySQL Beginners content for this specific reason. To help those who want to learn the basics of MySQL but don’t know where to start. Learn more about the premium blog posts as I develop and release them.

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OpenLampTech MySQL Extras – Substack Writing

Not only do I share the weekly OpenLampTech newsletter, but I’m also publishing some articles outside of the publication, directly to my Substack page. I’m resharing the last 2 I’ve posted over on my Substack for any interested readers…

Do you need to learn MySQL? Just starting and confused about how to query a table and get the data you need? I am creating premium MySQL Beginners content for this specific reason. To help those who want to learn the basics of MySQL but don’t know where to start. Learn more about the premium blog posts as I develop and release them.

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MySQL SHOW TABLES – Two Variations

This post is an excerpt from some premium content I am creating here on my blog for beginners wanting to learn MySQL.

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CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder where() function and parameter structure with MySQL

In SQL, the WHERE clause filters rows returned by the FROM clause table in SELECT queries using one or more search condition filters. Oftentimes, in application development, we accept user input values which in turn, are the WHERE clause conditional filters against the table columns. In this post, I am covering the CodeIgniter 4 where() function and parameter binding for safer filtering in SELECT queries. Continue reading and see examples in MySQL…

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CodeIgniter 4 Query Helper getLastQuery() method – MySQL Prototyping

I’m resharing a post I first published over on my Medium account for interested readers here. As you know, SQL is my passion and sweet spot. But, I also have an affinity for PHP and CodeIgniter. Continue reading and learn how I prototype Query Builder patterns in CodeIgniter 4…

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The Newsletter for PHP and MySQL Developers

CodeIgniter 4 Query Helper methods

I use the CodeIgniter 4 Query Helper, $db->getLastQuery() method a great deal to learn just how Query Builder methods are mapping to the actual SQL …

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My Friendly Medium List

Hey everyone, I’m creating a dedicated page of ‘Friend links‘ for all of my Medium first articles and blogs. Continue reading to learn more and how to gain access to them…

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Medium’s Friend Link

If you’re a paying Medium member, not only can you read unlimited blog posts by any author on the platform, but you can also publish your blog posts and articles behind the paywall and earn some money from them. Every article you put behind the paywall also has a ‘Friend …

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5 PHP Date Functions and Their MySQL Equivalents

Anyone working with data is going to encounter date values at some point. Dates are necessary for many reasons. If you’re a PHP/MySQL Developer, you have date function options for both the database and your programming language of choice. In this post, I cover 5 PHP date functions and their (somewhat) MySQL equivalents with examples of each. Continue reading…

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The Newsletter for PHP and MySQL Developers

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  1. PHP: date_format() | MySQL: DATE_FORMAT()
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CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder set() function with update()

CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder class has an update() function used to process UPDATE Data Manipulation Language (DML) commands. Using update() as a standalone function call is perfectly valid. However, there is also a set() function used for setting column values as you would with the SET keyword in an SQL UPDATE statement. Used in conjunction with the Query Builder where() function, you can easily UPDATE column values for an individual row or multiple rows. Continue reading for more information…

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OpenLamp.tech issue #4

Over the weekend I’ve published another issue of OpenLamp.tech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers. There is plenty of great curated content for you so dive right in and enjoy!

If you’re a PHP/MySQL developer, this free weekly newsletter is for you.

I’ve curated some great reads for you this week from around the web. Stories you can enjoy in this issue are:

  • Distance querying with MySQL geospatial functions in Laravel
  • Cursors and for loops in MySQL stored procedures
  • Great YouTube channel/video recommendations for learning PHP

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OpenLamp.tech issue #3 – 5 MySQL String Functions You Should Know

Issue #3 of OpenLamp.tech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers, is now available. This is the deep-dive/featured piece edition, 5 MySQL String Functions You Should Know, and you don’t want to miss it…

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Deep Dive – Feature Edition

On a monthly basis, in addition to the weekly curated content, OpenLamp.tech

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Use MySQL to generate MySQL for Admin tasks

I recently learned how to use MySQL to generate MySQL statements for several admin-type Data Definition Language (DDL) SQL queries I needed to execute on the server. For many DBA’s this is likely nothing new and in fact, is a well-used tool in their kit. However, I mostly focus on developer-related tasks, so it is a fresh-in-my-mind learning experience. Continue reading for more information…

Some backstory for context

I’ve recently been porting over an existing vanilla PHP application to CodeIgniter 4. One of the new features is bootstrapping all of the necessary MySQL CREATE TABLE statements dynamically based on information parsed from a .fxl file (which is close kin to a .xml file structure-wise).

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