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1134. How Can PHP Create PDF with Digital Signature Automating the Process Using the signNow API

Updated on: 2023-02-01

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Many applications are written in PHP to develop systems that need to produce PDF documents.

Sometimes the PDF documents will be used as contracts or other documentation that must be signed by the people involved in a business or any agreement.

Changing the PDF documents to include the signatures of the people participating in the agreement is a complex process.

Fortunately, there are platforms like signNow that simplify that process by providing an easy-to-understand user interface to submit PDF documents and call the people that need to sign the documents in a way that the process is legally binding.

Please read this short article to learn how to use the signNow API from PHP to integrate the process of submitting PDF documents to the signNow platform and let the platform take care of the complexity of collecting signatures and generate legally binding documents that can be important for your company or the company of your PHP development customers.




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1133. How Can You Benefit from PHP Readonly Classes Improvements Since PHP 8.2 with PHP Code Examples

Updated on: 2023-01-31

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PHP readonly classes is the name of the new feature introduced in PHP 8.2 that was released on December 2022.

The readonly classes are an evolution of the readonly class properties introduced in PHP 8.1.

Read this short tutorial article to learn more about readonly classes and how you can benefit from this feature if you use PHP 8.2 or later by checking some PHP code examples.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Font Style Chooser Menu to Let Your Application User Choose Fonts and Colors

Updated on: 2023-01-30

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Blog: PHP Font Chooser Menu package blog
Package: PHP Font Chooser Menu

Some applications render graphics that include text. Text can be displayed using many different types of fonts.

User-friendly graphic applications allow users to choose the fonts that the application will use to display the text.

This package implements a font chooser user interface to let users choose fonts and background colors and see how the text will look.


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1. How to Configure the Behavior of Class Object Using a PHP Options Array

Updated on: 2023-01-28

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Blog: Options Resolver package blog
Package: Options Resolver

Many classes need to be configured using options provided by the developers in the code that calls the classes' functions.

One way to pass options values is to use arrays with the names and the importance of the options that will be changed.

This package simplifies processing options arrays passed to classes by extracting the values from collections or default values defined within the class.


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1132. How to Participate in the PHP Classes Market For You to Sell Your Products to Other PHP Developers and Make More Money Doing What You Love

Updated on: 2023-01-27

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The PHP Classes is in the final steps of implementing a marketplace for any developer to sell their products.

This is a way to help developers like yourself do more of what you love and make more money so you can spend more time on your product development and better quality of life.

Now we need your input to sort the priorities to implement the last steps of the marketplace.

Please read this short article to understand better the PHP Classes marketplace and how you can participate or help the PHP Classes continue supporting all PHP developers.


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1. How to Use a PHP Design Pattern Implementation to Automatically Update Slave Objects when Master Objects are Updated

Updated on: 2023-01-26

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Blog: yii2-arsync package blog
Package: yii2-arsync

ActiveRecord is a popular software design pattern many applications and frameworks use to store and retrieve objects in relational tables.

Often applications that use the active record design pattern define hierarchies of class objects and establish relations between enslaver and enslaved person objects.

This package can help applications that use the active record design pattern implementation with the YII framework to automate the process of updating slave objects based on the changes in master objects.


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1131. How PHP Developers Will be Able to Handle Better Undefined Properties in PHP 9.0

Updated on: 2023-01-25

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The PHP core developers recently approved a new request for a change to help PHP application developers to handle better mistakes in their code when they misspell the name of a class property in their code.

Read this short article to learn how this improves your process of detecting and fixing code that has mistakes so you can produce code of excellent quality as early as possible.


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1130. How You Can Simplify MySQL Prepared Query Execution in PHP 8.2 Using mysqli::execute_query

Updated on: 2023-01-24

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The PHP 8.2 version introduced several improvements.

One of those improvements was executing prepared SQL queries and retrieving the query results using fewer lines of code when you use the MySQLi extension to access your MySQL database server.

Read this article to learn about this improvement of PHP 8.2 with an example of PHP code.

You can also learn some valuable criteria to decide if you should use MySQLi or PDO to access a database in your PHP projects.


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9. Modern PHP CSRF Protection Example using a PHP Forms Library

Updated on: 2023-01-24

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Blog: PHP Forms Class with HTML Generator and JavaScript Validation package blog
Package: PHP Forms Class with HTML Generator and JavaScript Validation

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks are means that badly intentioned users may use to make users of a site perform actions without intention. For instance, a successful CSRF attack can make e-commerce purchases, and the purchased goods are delivered to an attacker's location address.

Good Web sites are protected against CSRF security attacks. Attempts to perform these attacks are ignored.

As a responsible Web developer, it is in your best interest to learn how to prevent these attacks so your PHP Web projects can be more secure.

Please read this short article to learn more about CSRF attacks and a practical example of protection against CSRF attacks in your Web form pages generated and processed by PHP.


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1129. How Would You Like that PHP Events Online Happen in the Future

Updated on: 2023-01-20

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Many developers like to attend events where they can learn from other developers.

Since the pandemic, many in-presence events have been suspended to protect the health of people that want to participate.

Recently we talked with some developers that expressed an interest in participating in PHP online events.

Therefore we need to research your needs and desires, so we can plan to organize the PHP online events of your dreams.

Please read this short article, so you can learn more about how you can participate in a short research survey, and we can learn what the PHP online events of your dreams should have.


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