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SomeCoders.com:
Member Managment System Using PHP, AJAX and script.aculo.us (Part 3)
May 26, 2006 @ 06:18:40

SomeCoders.com has published part three in their "Member Managment System Using PHP, AJAX, and script.aculo.us" series today, this time focusing on the administrative area.

In parts one and two of this tutorial we covered the user side of things, now we have to handle our administration area. This is going to be pretty simple, but the cool thing is that it will integrate totally with all our existing code.

They wrap up the series with some tagged: user management ajax script.aculo.us part3 user management ajax script.aculo.us part3

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SomeCoders.com:
Member Managment System Using PHP, AJAX and script.aculo.us (Part 3)
May 26, 2006 @ 06:18:40

SomeCoders.com has published part three in their "Member Managment System Using PHP, AJAX, and script.aculo.us" series today, this time focusing on the administrative area.

In parts one and two of this tutorial we covered the user side of things, now we have to handle our administration area. This is going to be pretty simple, but the cool thing is that it will integrate totally with all our existing code.

They wrap up the series with some tagged: user management ajax script.aculo.us part3 user management ajax script.aculo.us part3

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SomeCoders.com:
Member Managment System Using PHP, AJAX and script.aculo.us (Part 1)
May 12, 2006 @ 05:55:48

In this post on SomeCoders.com, they start a series of tutorials centered around the creation of a member management system for your site with the help of PHP, Ajax, and script.aculo.us.

One of the most common request of people learning PHP is that they want to make a member system thing. That's what we're going to do, only cooler. I'm going to try and teach you some basic concepts of JavaScript and PHP so that you can take this code and make it a hundred times better by adding new features.

The tutorial isn't meant to be pretty, except for the JavaScript effects. I don't use much color, and it's standard yucky formatting. It's your job to make it look nice.

In part one of the article, they talk about setting up the database and the backend code as well as writing the email verification piece and allowing registered users to log in and log out of the system. They give you the code for every step of the way, and include explainations where needed. The code is mostly procedural, so don't worry if you haven't messed with object-oriented functionality in PHP.

tagged: member management system part1 ajax script.aculo.us member management system part1 ajax script.aculo.us

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SomeCoders.com:
Member Managment System Using PHP, AJAX and script.aculo.us (Part 1)
May 12, 2006 @ 05:55:48

In this post on SomeCoders.com, they start a series of tutorials centered around the creation of a member management system for your site with the help of PHP, Ajax, and script.aculo.us.

One of the most common request of people learning PHP is that they want to make a member system thing. That's what we're going to do, only cooler. I'm going to try and teach you some basic concepts of JavaScript and PHP so that you can take this code and make it a hundred times better by adding new features.

The tutorial isn't meant to be pretty, except for the JavaScript effects. I don't use much color, and it's standard yucky formatting. It's your job to make it look nice.

In part one of the article, they talk about setting up the database and the backend code as well as writing the email verification piece and allowing registered users to log in and log out of the system. They give you the code for every step of the way, and include explainations where needed. The code is mostly procedural, so don't worry if you haven't messed with object-oriented functionality in PHP.

tagged: member management system part1 ajax script.aculo.us member management system part1 ajax script.aculo.us

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CyberDummy's Blog:
Drag Drop Shopping Cart - PHP
Dec 29, 2005 @ 06:30:44

On CyberDummy's blog today, there's a quick post that points to a handy script over on the script.aculo.us library - a drag-and-drop shopping cart.

Just discovered the the excellent script.aculo.us drag and drop shopping cart. It is implemented with the script.aculo.us javascript library and ruby on rails. It is a perfect fit for a project I am working on but I needed a PHP version here is the rough first draft with source code.

I can definitely see something like this being the next step in ecommerce sites. No more hitting "Add to Cart" and waiting for the page to refresh, view the cart, then hit "Continue Shopping". Simply drag it in and it pops right up...

tagged: drag-and-drop shopping cart script.aculo.us drag-and-drop shopping cart script.aculo.us

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CyberDummy's Blog:
Drag Drop Shopping Cart - PHP
Dec 29, 2005 @ 06:30:44

On CyberDummy's blog today, there's a quick post that points to a handy script over on the script.aculo.us library - a drag-and-drop shopping cart.

Just discovered the the excellent script.aculo.us drag and drop shopping cart. It is implemented with the script.aculo.us javascript library and ruby on rails. It is a perfect fit for a project I am working on but I needed a PHP version here is the rough first draft with source code.

I can definitely see something like this being the next step in ecommerce sites. No more hitting "Add to Cart" and waiting for the page to refresh, view the cart, then hit "Continue Shopping". Simply drag it in and it pops right up...

tagged: drag-and-drop shopping cart script.aculo.us drag-and-drop shopping cart script.aculo.us

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