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More security in your applications with Yii and PHPIDS

Created 6 years ago by Rafael GarciaHow-tos1 comment – viewed 14,544 times – ( +8 / -1 ) – version 1.1
PHPIDS is a well known project that can be found in php-ids.org.
tags: phpids, security

Mais segurança em suas aplicações com Yii e PHPIDS

Created 6 years ago by Rafael GarciaHow-tos0 comments – viewed 8,641 times – ( +2 / -2 ) – version 1.1
PHPIDS é conhecido projeto que pode ser visto em php-ids.org.
tags: phpids, security

Yii code completion and calltips in Komodo Edit

Created 6 years ago by viterTips1 comment – viewed 12,048 times – ( +6 / -1 ) – version 1.1
My favourite editor is Komodo Edit (free and crossplatform) and I use it for my everyday coding work. Just recently I found out how to make it help me to work with Yii. :) So follow these steps:
tags: Komodo Edit

embed a view file of the class which implement the CAction.

Created 6 years ago by DavidhhuanTutorials1 comment – viewed 8,890 times – ( +1 / -2 ) – version 1.1
In Yii, we can define an action class and ask the controller to instantiate it. And we always create ourselves actions class in rootPath/protected/extensions, and the view file we called in the actions class always are located in rootPath/protected/views/ControllerNAME or rootPath/themes/ThemeNAME/ControllerNAME, then when we use the same actions class in different controllers, we have to copy it from one controller to the other controller, so we also need the "same" view file work for us, here is an example.
tags: actions, render, views

X-Sendfile - serve large static files efficiently from web applications

Created 6 years ago by Maurizio Domba CerinHow-tos5 comments – viewed 65,469 times – ( +26 / -1 ) – version 1.1
Normally when we want users to download a file, that file is put in a folder under the web application root and the web server does the rest.

belajar AR : part 1 (learn AR : part 1)

Created 6 years ago by riandayTutorials0 comments – viewed 8,778 times – ( -1 ) – version 1.1
hai teman yii... apa kabar.. kembali lagi bersama catatan saya..
tags: indonesia

Dynamic Sidebar using CClipWidget

Created 6 years ago by SheldmanduHow-tos5 comments – viewed 28,186 times – ( +21 / -1 ) – version 1.1
Most applications will have one or two sidebars and often you want to control the content that should appear in the sidebar based on the action. For example you will want to show something different on the homepage as opposed to some view page. While achieving this you generally also want to avoid putting the layout into each view, as that would mean if you wanted to change the layout (e.g. put the sidebar on the left instead of the right or do some funky layout which requires an additional div tag to be added) you'd have to go through every view, which does not achieve good code re-use. It is also bad practice to have lots of if statements in column2 layout just so that you can generate the sidebar correctly.

Setting and getting systemwide static parameters

Created 6 years ago by Steve FriedlHow-tos3 comments – viewed 105,379 times – ( +12 / -1 ) – version 1.1
Occasionally one wishes to set systemwide parameters for an application, such as a contact address for email, an application name, or setting an option that guides major behavior. Yii provides for setting of static parameters in the configuration file, and this article talks about how to do it conveniently.
tags: config

Putting Function To Be Called In View

Created 6 years ago by junxiongTips2 comments – viewed 36,703 times – ( +6 / -2 ) – version 1.1
Sometimes we need some complicated view to be displayed (such as generating complicated table). Most people suggest that in MVC the View must be as simple as possible (don't have too much loops, etc). So what we have to do is to hide away the complex code by putting it at somewhere else. The following are few places options to keep the function:
tags: view, render

Auto TDD - How to auto-run PHPUnit

Created 6 years ago by imeheszTips3 comments – viewed 16,353 times – ( +3 / -2 ) – version 1.1
If you are lucky enough and have the privilege to develop on a Linux based environment, this little tip might boost-up your TDD process (at least the Unit Testing part). Please note, that this should work just fine with Apple computers also, but not tested!
tags: PHPUnit, testing, TDD