Fuel is a simple, flexible, community driven PHP 5.3 web framework based on the best ideas of other frameworks with a fresh start.
The framework was started in late 2010 by Dan Horrigan then shortly after the team grew to include Phil Sturgeon, Jelmer Schreuder and Harro Verton. The team has decades of PHP experience between them and have all been involved with Open-Source projects such as CodeIgniter, PyroCMS, ExciteCMS and DataMapper ORM to name but a few.
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Addy Osmani released a Free jQuery Offline Learning Kit to help people to learn jQuery 1.4.3. The pack includes printable reference sheets so that whenever you’re wondering what selector or method might be best to use, you’ll have access to material that can assist with that.
The pack also comes with all the 1.4.3 documentation in an easily browseable offline format (with all our API examples included).
If you’re looking to start working with jQuery Mobile, it can be nice to have a minimalist example at your fingertips to start off with. That’s why this pack also includes a jQuery Mobile demo application – one for PHP developers and another for Rails developers.
The Offline Learning Kit Includes
- My 1.4.3 Selectors Printable that explains what each selector does and how it should be used (PDF)
- The FutureColours 1.4.3 Cheatsheet showing all the different methods supported by 1.4.3 (PDF)
- The jQAPI 1.4.3 Offline Documentation pack that lets you browse the documentation and API examples on your desktop (thanks to the guys at yayQuery and the awesome Ben Alman)
- A Complete Developer’s jQuery 1.4.3 Mobile Demo Application (PHP courtesy of DevGrow, Rails courtesy Fuel)
- Rebecca Murphy’s excellent jQuery Fundamentals book and exercises (PDF)
- 1.4.3 and our 1.4.4 Release Candidate Preview
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It’s for sure that WordPress will no longer support PHP 4 and MySQL 4, WordPress 3.1 is the last version that support PHP 4. It requires PHP 5.2 since WordPress 3.2.
That means some hosting on which your WordPress is running now, may not be able to upgrade to WordPress 3.2. Thus WordPress releases an official plugin Health Check to help you to find out if you host is capable for WordPress 3.2.
How to Health Check?
Go to the Plugin page in your WordPress Admin, search for Health Check plugin, and install it.
This plugin only does one thing, to check if you host is ready for WordPress 3.2. So if you see this, you are ready to go.
And then, you can Deactivate the plugin and Delete it.
PrestaShop is a free open-source PHP and MySQL based e-commerse software. It was built to take advantage of essential Web 2.0 innovations such as dynamic AJAX-powered features and next-generation ergonomy. PrestaShop guides users through your product catalog intelligently and effortlessly, turning intrigued visitors into paying customers.
Find out more on phpjs.org.