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  1. Using the Mailgun Store(): A Temporary Mailbox for Your App’s Incoming Email

    What You'll Be CreatingWelcome to a special episode of our Building Your Startup series sponsored by Mailgun. In this series, I'm guiding you through launching a startup from concept to reality using my Meeting Planner app as a real-life example. Every step along the way, we'll release the Meeting Planner code as open-source examples you can learn from. In today's episode, Mailgun…

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    1. Integrate UberGallery With OpenCart: Part Two

      In this series, we are exploring how to integrate the UberGallery script with OpenCart. To achieve that, we are building a module in OpenCart, so we could do the things natively. In the first part of this series, we discussed the back-end section of our custom module, and the end product was a nice configuration form which allows us to configure the UberGallery parameters easily. Today,…

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    1. Using PHP CodeSniffer With WordPress: Understanding Code Smells

      Oftentimes, the way in which we write code depends on how we got started with programming.For example, if someone has a formal education in computing, they are likely to know a variety of principles that will prevent them from writing poor quality code. This isn't a rule, of course, but an observation. Similarly, those who get into programming on their own, outside of a formal setting,…

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    1. Templating With Jinja2 in Flask: Essentials

      Jinja2 is a template engine written in pure Python. It provides a Django-inspired non-XML syntax but supports inline expressions and an optional sandboxed environment. It is small but fast, apart from being an easy-to-use standalone template engine. Flask is a Python-based micro web framework which allows you to write your web applications quickly and efficiently.In this three-part…

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    1. Queries in Rails, Part 2

      In this second article, we’ll dive a little deeper into Active Record queries in Rails. In case you are still new to SQL, I’ll add examples that are simple enough that you can tag along and pick up the syntax a bit as we go. That being said, it would definitely help if you run through a quick SQL tutorial before you come back to continue to read. Otherwise, take your time to…

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    1. Using Laravel Valet for WordPress Development

      If you're familiar with the PHP community, then you're likely familiar with a number of the different applications and frameworks that are currently popular in the development space today. One of the more common frameworks that we're seeing used to build web applications is Laravel.Though this tutorial is not specifically about Laravel, I recommend checking it out if for no other reason…

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    1. Integrate UberGallery With OpenCart: Part One

      UberGallery is a simple PHP script that creates a nice web image gallery by generating thumbnails of the original images on the fly. You just need to upload images to a specific directory, and they’ll be picked up to generate the photo gallery.Our goal is to make a module that uses the UberGallery script to generate the gallery, but in an OpenCart way. In the back-end, you should be…

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    1. Using Subversion to Check Out WordPress

      There are a lot of reasons to enjoy following open-source software, one of which is the ability to learn from the code that others have built. Other examples include: following along with bug tickets seeing new features merged into the code base learning how to achieve something programmatically viewing the deprecation of an old feature gaining access to anticipated (or perhaps…

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