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2. How Can PHP Print Labels using HTML to Personalize the Label Contents

Updated on: 2021-09-01

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Blog: PHP Print Labels to PDF package blog
Package: PHP Print Labels to PDF

Sometimes it is necessary to generate labels to be printed and stamped in other objects like boxes, badges, or folders.

You can generate a label document in a word processing program and then send the label to a printer.

However, when you need to generate many labels with different text, for instance, to show the names of different people, it is a lot of work to create those label documents manually.

This package provides a more automated solution that can generate personalized labels in great quantity in less time.

It generates a PDF document with the spaces for each label. Then an application defines the content of each label using HTML.


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1. How to Implement a List of Validations to Apply to HTTP Request Parameters using Filter Classes

Updated on: 2021-08-30

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Blog: Ionizer PHP Filter Input package blog
Package: Ionizer PHP Filter Input

One of the most important security measures of Web applications is to validate and filter the input users passed to the application from external systems.

There are many solutions to validate and filter values of common types.

This package provides a solution that developers can adapt to validate filter any value by using classes that can perform any verification of the input values.


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1. How to Use PHP Monitoring Tools to Quickly Find Issues that Are Causing Problems to Servers on Which PHP is Running

Updated on: 2021-08-29

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Blog: PHP System Resources package blog
Package: PHP System Resources

Monitoring computer systems is essential to assure that all is working correctly or fix any issues as soon as possible to avoid increasing losses caused by malfunctioning systems.

It is possible to monitor each computer system depending on the operating system running in the computer.

This package provides a general solution for monitoring resources like the CPU, memory, disk, etc... It can work equally well on computer systems based on Linux or Windows Operating Systems.


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1. How to Implement a PHP MySQL Update Schema Procedure Very Quickly

Updated on: 2021-08-27

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Blog: mSync PHP Sync MySQL Databases package blog
Package: mSync PHP Sync MySQL Databases

Sometimes applications that use a database to store their data need to update the schema of the database tables to be able to implement new features.

Usually, developers start making changes to the database schema in the development environment. When the changes are well tested, they need to implement the same schema changes on the server-side.

This package provides a solution that uses schema definition files in JSON format to update the database schema either in the development environment or the production environment.


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1. How Implement a Faster PHP Spell Check to Verify Text Spelling Using the FFI Extension

Updated on: 2021-08-25

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Blog: Hunspell FFI PHP Spell Check Library package blog
Package: Hunspell FFI PHP Spell Check Library

Hunspell is a powerful library for checking the spelling of words.

Since it is a library written in C++, it can be called from PHP projects using the PHP FFI extension.

This package provides a solution to call the Hunspell library using PHP FFI to access it as a regular PHP class.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Contact Form to Send Email with Encryption

Updated on: 2021-08-23

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Blog: Discretion package blog
Package: Discretion

Email is one of the oldest forms of communication over the Internet. However, by default, email messages are exchanged without encryption, thus allowing potential leaks of sensitive information.

Email encryption standards like OpenPGP can help exchange encrypted messages as long as the sender and receiver have created and exchanged encryption keys.

This package can help solve the problem of taking messages from users of a Web site using contact forms.

Then it sends those messages to the email address of the Web site contact person using OpenPGP to encrypt the messages.


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1. How to Create a PHP Menu System That Shows Items Depending on the User Roles and Permissions

Updated on: 2021-08-19

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Blog: Easy Menu ACL Bundle package blog
Package: Easy Menu ACL Bundle

Many Web applications can show menus to their users according to their permissions to access the application features.

This package provides solutions to automatically configure the application features that appear in menus that each user can see by integrating with classes that determine the application permissions that the users have.


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1. How to Implement a PHP CLI Arguments Parser To Pass Arrays or Objects to PHP Console Commands

Updated on: 2021-08-18

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Blog: strargs package blog
Package: strargs

Command-line scripts that can run from an operating system console of a computer can take a list of parameters as a string passed in the front of the command name.

Usually, this string is processed to extract the parameter names and the values.

This package can extract the values of parameters passed as a string. It can also extract the values of parameters of more complex types like arrays or objects. It can decode parameter values that may be passed using the JSON format.


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1. How to Create a PDF Label Printing Software in PHP

Updated on: 2021-08-17

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Blog: PHP Print Labels to PDF package blog
Package: PHP Print Labels to PDF

Sometimes you need to print labels with addresses or other information that need to be personalized with the details of many people.

You can solve that problem by generating PDF documents that show areas for each label containing the details of the people you want to appear.

Read this tutorial article to learn how to generate such PDF files using simple code that calls the PHP Print Labels PDF package to produce those files.


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1. How to Implement Better PHP Machine Learning Projects Training Them with Better Data

Updated on: 2021-08-16

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Blog: CSV Pair File package blog
Package: CSV Pair File

Machine learning is a process used in many artificial intelligence systems by which the software tries to learn patterns of values that it will later try to recognized autonomously.

The machine learning process starts with training the system with some values that it should recognize and the desired values that the system should output when it has learned to recognize the patterns correctly.

This package helps prepare different sets of values to train a machine learning system from the same set of input values and desired output values.


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