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Use XForms to create an accounting tool, Part 1: The making of X-Trapolate
This six-part series demonstrates how to leverage the power of XForms in conjunction with MySQL and PHP for support processing to create an online accounting tool called "X-Trapolate." Every good programming technology possesses a range of problems it excels at solving. The series highlights some of the problems that the XForms solves effectively, such as the need for live calculations and greater interactivity. This article, Part 1 of the series, provides an overview of the different forms and functionality that will be created in this series, examining some of the aspects of this type of tool you must consider when undertaking the design.
Articles 20 Mar 2007
Create an alerts system using XMPP, SMS, pureXML, and PHP
Thanks to the native XML support that pureXML offers IBM DB2 database developers, you can load XML data directly into your database, freeing up development time to add functionality to your application. Follow along in this tutorial to import an XML file with Euro foreign exchange rates into an IBM DB2 database and use special XQuery and SQL/XML functions to split this XML into separate database rows. You will also create a PHP script that pulls down new rates from the European Central Bank (ECB) Web site each day. Then you will extend the script to send update alerts to a Google Talk user using the XMPP protocol, and to a cell phone by SMS text message using the Clickatell SMS gateway service. Finally, you will create a PHP script that generates a PNG (Portable Network Graphics) graph of this data.
Also available in: Chinese  
Tutorial 24 Nov 2009
Building web applications with YQL and PHP, Part 2
The Yahoo! Query Language (YQL) provides a unified interface to multiple third-party web services, allowing you to search, add, update, and delete data through a simple, SQL-like syntax. Combine the powerful XML processing tools in PHP with YQL to easily add data from online services to a web application quickly, efficiently, and without wading through pages of API documentation.
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Articles 30 Nov 2010
Building web applications with YQL and PHP, Part 1
The Yahoo! Query Language (YQL) provides a unified interface to multiple third-party web services, allowing you to search, add, update, and delete data through a simple, SQL-like syntax. Combine powerful XML processing tools in PHP with YQL and you can easily add data from online services to a web application quickly, efficiently, and without wading through pages of API documentation.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese   Portuguese  
Articles 30 Nov 2010
Create an adaptable phone book and contact list for your phones with XML and PHP
On-the-go professionals need access to a consistent and reliable list of contacts on whatever phone they have in hand. Using the example of a MySQL database providing data for a desktop SIP phone and a smart phone, learn to use PHP to output customized XML from the same root database to suit a desktop phone or a smart phone, or both devices simultaneously.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian   Japanese  
Articles 29 Mar 2011
Use XForms to create an accounting tool, Part 6: Wrapping it up
This six-part series demonstrates how to leverage the power of XForms in conjunction with MySQL and PHP to create an online accounting tool called X-Trapolate. Every good programming technology possesses a range of problems it excels at solving. This series highlights some of the problems that the XForms solves effectively, such as the need for live calculations and greater interactivity. Part 6 of this six-part series takes a final review and lessons learned approach, making sure there are no gaps in the final application and looking at future possibilities.
Articles 15 May 2007
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