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OpenLamp.tech issue #8

It’s that time once again. I’ve published another issue of OpenLamp.tech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers, over the weekend with all the curated content for your reading experience. There is plenty to learn for everyone so dig in…

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This week in the OpenLamp.tech newsletter, we have articles covering:

  • WordPress theme migration checklist
  • Form validation in CodeIgniter 4
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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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OpenLamp.tech #7 – MySQL Metadata with CodeIgniter 4

After taking the week of Christmas off, OpenLamp.tech – the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers – is back with a massive issue for you this week to close out the month and the year. In this issue, we are covering MySQL metadata in CodeIgniter 4. Continue reading for more information…

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This deep-dive featured issue is full of PHP/MySQL goodness. We are looking …

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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

Table Of Contents

  1. PHP: date_format() | MySQL: DATE_FORMAT()
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OpenLamp.tech issue #5

Hey hey! I’ve published another issue of OpenLamp.tech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers over the weekend. Come and enjoy the great content!!!

As always, I’ve curated some great reads this week for us all. I’d love it if you could help spread the word by sharing these posts with others who will value the newsletter as well.

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The Newsletter for PHP and MySQL Developers

We have a range of posts in this week’s issue covering:

  • A huge list of 52 SQL optimization strategies.
  • Installing WordPress on Oracle Linux.
  • A look at PHP’s isset() language construct.
  • Fixing the “too many redirects” error in WordPress.

Don’t wait on me to repost here each Monday. That’s 3 whole days you are waiting to read OpenLamp.tech and you don’t want to do that right? …

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Video tutorial: Installing Galera Manager to Deploy a Galera Cluster in Amazon Web Services (AWS) in 15 minutes

This video tutorial describes how to install Galera Manager in 15 minutes while also deploying a Galera Cluster in Amazon Web Services (AWS), all in an automated fashion!

 

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Galera Manager Support on Github with solutions for Docker and Apache users

As more people test, utilise and deploy Galera Manager, there is always room for support requests, and we see that at the Galera Manager Support Repository on Github. We encourage you to file requests, as they help with our roadmap as well!

We have had a feature request to run within a Docker container, and while we work on documentation and an official solution, we do have a temporary solution. Try it with Docker!

We have had a feature request to be able to support …

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Galera Manager updated with usability improvements for self-hosted and monitored clusters

Codership is pleased to announce a new release of Galera Manager. This brings the installer to version 1.5 and the actual Galera Manager GUI to 1.4.0.

Users will notice some usability improvements like the cluster name being added to the authorized_keys generated file, while there are benefits around gmd generating a new key for the updated installation. There is also a port checker, so if ports are used and unavailable, the user will be informed and Galera Manager will refuse to install. In addition, on Debian/Ubuntu where apt/dpkg supports interactivity, we have now ensured that all steps will remain non-interactive.

 

  We now have native support to deploy MariaDB Server 10.6 From the Galera Manager GUI standpoint, we have ensured that job monitoring and charts have better performance. One user experience enhancement for monitored or self-hosted clusters? Galera Manager now checks to ensure it has access to …

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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).

Each CREATE TABLE statement is complete with FOREIGN KEY constraint clauses to ensure data integrity between linking …

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Free Medium Series – CodeIgniter 4 CRUD with MySQL

Generally, most all web applications are going to follow the elements of CRUD: Create, Read, Update, and Delete. CodeIgniter 4 is a powerful PHP web development framework that provides a rapid development environment. The CodeIgniter 4 Models come enriched with built-in CRUD functionality, which is covered in this compilation of Medium posts…

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