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Two New Tutorials - Database Export & Sending Email
February 09, 2007 @ 12:36:00

WebCheatSheet.com has two new tutorials posted today - one dealing with the export of a database schema in an XML format and the other about sending emails from PHP.

Here's a link to the first article.

Sometimes it can be useful to have a dump of the current database schema. This script reads the schema from a MySQL database and outputs XML that describes the schema.

And a link to article number two.

So, you want to send automated email messages from your PHP application. This can be in direct response to a user's action, such as signing up for your site, or a recurring event at a set time, such as a monthly newsletter. Sometimes email contains file attachments, both plain text and HTML portions, and so on. To understand how to send each variation that may exist on an email, we will start with the simple example and move to the more complicated.
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