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Mar 07, 2014 - While the number of APIs grows by leaps and bounds every year, only a fraction of websites offer official APIs. Not willing to wait, those who want and need data are increasingly taking matters into their own hands through the creation of unofficial APIs. A new tool, Gargl, gives individuals an [...]
Mar 06, 2014 - The PHP development group has announced the release of the latest version of the language in the PHP 5.5.x series today - PHP 5.5.10. The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.5.10. Several bugs were fixed in this release, including security issues related to CVEs. [...]
Mar 05, 2014 - Every client that wants a website designed wants an amazing website that shines. Every client wants the next great site, but not every client needs a unique website that people visit and say “Wow, this was the best experience I’ve ever had!” Now don't get me wrong, the site has to be perfect [...]
Mar 04, 2014 - If there is one thing that every web developer could use – it’s a solid list of resources that they can turn to in a time of need. The list of resources that a web developer might need (coding language notwithstanding) is long and varied. From snippets of existing example code to online [...]
Mar 04, 2014 - As developers, we're occasionally tasked with maintaining software that we weren't directly involved in crafting. We don't have extensive knowledge of the domain, yet we can read the code, (hopefully) understand what's there, and modify it. We'll even attempt to improve the [...]
Mar 04, 2014 - A Trustwave security researcher details database security issues and defensive techniques.
Mar 03, 2014 - By Felipe Hoffa, Cloud Platform teamCross-posted from the Google Cloud Platform BlogAggregating numbers by geolocation is a powerful way to analyze your data, but not an easy task when you have millions of IP addresses to analyze. In this post, we'll check how we can we use Google BigQuery to [...]
Feb 27, 2014 - We live in the age of remote resources. It's pretty rare to store uploaded files on the same machine as your server process. File storage these days is almost completely remote, and for very good reasons. Using file storage services like S3 is awesome, but not having your files accessible [...]