Drag & Drop with PHP & jQuery

Drag & Drop with PHP & jQuery


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Few days back, a friend of mine shared a lib with me.

PHP.JS is an open source project in which we try to port PHP functions to JavaScript. By including the PHP.JS library in your own projects, you can use your favorite PHP functions on the client-side.

This convenience may speed up development for PHP developers who are increasingly confronted with client-side technology.

It also offers added functionality for scripting, because JavaScript does not natively support higher-level functions such as: file_get_contents(), mktime(), serialize()
It’s nothing fancy like jQuery, we’re just offering PHP functions, with all of their original flaws and benefits for whomever needs them.


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40 signs you really are a lousy PHP programmer

Today, i found an article showing some lackings of PHP programmers.

For example …

  • don’t keep the different layers seperated using something like MVC
  • have never seen the advantage of unit tests or testing in general
  • don’t return content but echo or print it from your functions or classes (Grrrrrr)
  • hard code messages and configuration parameters
  • don’t optimize your application design with established design patterns
  • don’t use regex for string operations (with sorry 4 mwasim – smile)
  • Complete article is here …

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