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TutsWall.com:
CodeIgniter from scratch - Introduction & Installation
July 18, 2011 @ 08:48:39

From TutsWall.com there's a recent tutorial (pretty brief) about getting started with CodeIgniter.

Developing web application from scratch is always a painful task. This where frameworks comes to help us, but learning frameworks will at-least take some decent learning curve. But there are some frameworks that is very easy and fun to learn and develop applications and CodeIgniter is of of them.

They cover the download of the framework, ensuring it's working by hitting the main page and creating a simple controller and view to show you where some of the pieces go.

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NETTUTS.com:
25 Resources to Get You Started with PHP from Scratch
December 24, 2008 @ 11:57:48

On NETTUTS.com, there's a list of twenty-five resources that can help you get started with PHP if you've never touched the language before:

PHP is a scripting language that is perfect for developing dynamic web pages and applications. You may be a PHP ninja, or perhaps you don't even know what PHP stands for. However, if you plan on or are involved in any kind of web development, you are bound to run into this fantastic and easy to learn web language. Today we will review 25 resources to get you started with PHP.

Its broken up into a series of steps:

  • Download PHP and learn the fundamentals.
  • Intermediate techniques and MySQL databases.
  • Advanced and OOP techniques.
  • Using PHP frameworks.
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KillerPHP.com:
Creating a Wordpress Theme from Scratch (Video)
November 28, 2008 @ 13:23:18

Stefan Mischook (of the KillerPHP.com site) has posted a new video tutorial about creating WordPress themes:

I just released a new video course on how to create a Wordpress theme/template from scratch. In these 12 videos, we will take someone with some beginner HTML and CSS skills through the steps needed to build a WordPress template from scratch. The videos use only a collection of freely downloadable tools that are available on Windows and Mac.

The full series will cost about $20 USD for a download or $30 USD to have the DVD shipped out to you. The videos focus on different parts of the process like making top-level navigation, setting up content areas and and creation of a custom homepage.

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NETTUTS.com:
How to Create a Wordpress Theme from Scratch Part 2
September 18, 2008 @ 10:29:20

The NETTUTS site has posted the second part of their series looking at the creation of a custom WordPress template. This time they focus on expanding on the previous version, adding additional parts to the theme.

It's time for the good stuff now. We'll be adding the comments system, a sidebar with widgets and an archive for all the old posts. This will cover all that you need for a simple but well functioning WordPress theme, and hopefully you be able to apply this to all sorts of theming projects.

The give the code to create the sidebar (in their instance, an image from Flickr), handling the comments for each post and make the "archive" section to get to some of the older posts.

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Geeks Not Nerds Blog:
Rolling your own Blog Backend from Scratch Part 1
August 09, 2007 @ 07:47:46

From the Geeks Not Nerds blog there's the first part of a new series of tutorials looking to help you create your own blogging backend from scratch (PHP5, SQL, HTML and Javascript).

This is the first of a multi part series that will cover designing and building a blog backend from the ground up. The goal of this series is to have a fully functional (albeit simple) blog backend as the final product of the series. We will focus more on good programming technique and design and less on the actual coding of the blog, writing just enough to make a functional example.

They step through the basic design of the application before anything else, laying down the structure for things to come. From there, they move into the database structure for the rest of this part of the series. They even provide the SQL file you'll need to get their structure set up quickly and easily.

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Greg Beaver's Blog:
pear.chiaraquartet.net Completely Erased
April 10, 2006 @ 07:02:07

Some unfortunate news today - Greg Beaver, maintainer of the pear.chiaraquartet.net PEAR channel server has fallen on some bad luck. Some how, the entire database for it was wiped out and Greg can't quite figure out when/how.

Somehow, I managed to erase the entirety of pear.chiaraquartet.net's database, although I have no idea how or when. In other words, all developers, release history, packages were wiped. Needless to say, I am a wee bit pissed off. Until I can find a decent backup, I will reconstruct the entire thing from scratch.

If you have any information that would help him rebuild this resource, please let him know - I know he'll appreciate it.

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