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Auteur : Yen Nhi Ho Tong Minh

PHP Prepared Statement – a practical approach

PHP Prepared Statement – a practical approach

In this article, I will show you about the PHP prepared statements in PDO, their avantages and how to use them effectively. What is PHP prepared statements in PHP? Prepared statements for executing a plurality of the same SQL statement, when a database server executes a query, it goes through two main phases: preparation and execution. Preparation – the database server checks the syntax of the SQL statement and initializes internal server resources for the execution stage. Execution – the…

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Apache Struts 2 frameworks is classical but the most popular

Apache Struts 2 frameworks is classical but the most popular

About Apache Struts In the last 20 years on the market, the Apache Struts frameworks is still widely used by enterprises globally. Apache Struts is robust open-source framework for web applications. It follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) model and extends the JSP API. Struts are easy to set up and provides much more flexibility and extensibility over the traditional MVC approach using servlets and JSP alone. It can be a good starting point for your career as a web developer. What is…

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The state of the art JavaScript Frameworks

The state of the art JavaScript Frameworks

Over the years, JavaScript is commonly used in the development of professional web pages, both on front-end and back-end. Also, it is a very powerful scripting language, widely used for controlling web page behavior. As per the survey by Github for top languages over the year, Javascript is leading the race consecutively 8th year in a row. A software framework is an abstraction in which software providing generic functionality can be selectively changed by additional user-written code. JavaScript framework is an…

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The initial of Cascading CSS ( @layer CSS )

The initial of Cascading CSS ( @layer CSS )

Introduction Cascade Layers One of the fundamental design principles of CSS is cascading, which allows several style sheets to influence the presentation of a document. When different declarations try to set a value for the same element/property combination, the conflicts must somehow be resolved. That the main reason why we have to carefully think about how we organize the CSS code. Currently, CSS layering has to be achieved with careful management of selector-specificity, or over-use of !important flags – both…

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