Integrating the latest Tweets from Twitter into your site can been a pain, but here’s a great walkthrough on how to do it quickly easily and correctly with PHP and Twitter’s API.
Source: Get Latest Twitter Status Easily with PHP
This is interesting: a flat-file content management system utilizing PHP (5.2.4+). The obvious advantages are no database needed and speed.
I could see this being used in some small projects, but overall, I think the admin-side is easier for clients to work with than having to create a folder structure with flat file — neat idea, but the holy grail is really some way to edit inline on the page (kind of like SquareSpace does).
9 times out of 10, for now, I’d stick with WordPress, but it’s still a neat concept.
Co-worker shared this with our team last week and wanted to post it. I didn’t realize how big of a jump forward PHP 5.5 was going to be. Pretty cool stuff — especially Easy Password API and Generators.
A friend and co-worker shared this with me this morning. Seems like a nice way to go, instead of rolling your own mobile detection:
Mobile_Detect PHP Class for Mobile Device Detection
Isn’t it cool how far the web’s come? Check out this tutorial for how to tie into Yahoo’s weather data to systematically change a site’s look based on the local weather and/or the time of day.
Live Weather Display Using CSS, jQuery and PHP