It's a real pain to remember which whois server to use for which kinds of queries. The geektools.com whois proxy takes care of all that for you, interfacing with the correct
whois server for your query. This version avoids all of the assorted nastiness that comes along with executing programs on your server using user input, as it directly
connects to the geektools whois proxy.
The geektools.com guys have done a considerable amount of work on the proxy, which is available from their site. ISPs
who plan on using this code are encouraged to run their own local copy of the geektools proxy, and save the load on whois.geektools.com.
This class will display a random product from your CafePress store. You can supply a simple template to control style, and have the output link directly to the shown product
or simply to your main account. You can cache the results so you don't have to connect to the CafePress website all the time. Images can also be cached locally, and can be
resized before caching.
This small script was written to solve a problem i had when encoding a large amount of files using the zend encoder on windows (*nix has a .sh file to do this i believe). It
mirrors a copy of your site/project keeping the directory structure whilst encoding any php files with the encoder. It filters out the filetypes in the $extensions variable.
So include any file extensions you want to be encoded in there...
Execute AND terminate background processes in Windows whilst your PHP-Script continues to execute. This code fragment is useful if you want to execute AND terminate a
background process (that can be invoked via commandline) in Windows OS using PHP, without having your script hanging. The problem with the given functions of PHP for this
purpose (exec(), passthru(), backtick-operators etc.) is, your script will hang if you launch a process that should run whilst your script is continuing to execute (e.g.
services). To terminate the process you'll need the utility "pskill". Not a big thing, but I hope it helps you, as I wasted a lot of time on this theme until i got a working
solution. It was tested only "local" on Windows 2000, Apache 1.3 and PHP 5.0. Read the original contribution at: http://php3.de/manual/de/function.exec.php download pskill at:
This is an simple example about how to get data from templatemonster's webapi to your website while using PHP (only). Of course this is not the most common way but it works if
the execution time is not the most important factor. Try the demo link and see how it works.
This extension allows the direct access the parallel and serial(rs232) port in reading and writing by the DLL inpout32.dll under WIN9x/NT/2000/XP for any assembly. An example
of concret application? Complete house automation with Web interface and php, connection hardware of any nature with the ports like assemblies simple or to complicate. One
idea simple but quite practical... Extension and source was compiled with Delphi 6, sources and example included.
Lists a dir with RPM's (updates) and makes a link in directory ./htmls with information and a link in ./updates where we store the RPM's. Useful to mantain a mirror
information system. Just an example of how we can manage with files...
I wasted a lot of time trying to get FTP over SSL/TLS working in PHP on WINDOWS OS (with precompiled SSL PHP-packages etc.). However, it never worked for me. While SSL/TLS may
not be a complicate issue on Linux OS and others, on Windows OS it definitely is. I'm happy I found a nice solution now: using "MoveIt Freely", a commandline FTP-Client,
freeware at http://www.standardnetworks.com. A nice tool that worked on all SSL/TLS-enabled FTP-servers for me. I know the issue is not related to PHP directly, anyway, I
include an example that shows how to use it Hope it helps.