This is the continuation of a series of tutorials about creating a to-do list web application, if you haven’t checked out the entire tutorial please start from Part 1.
In this tutorial, we are going to add some PHP … Click to read more
The command prompt is a tool on Windows operating systems that allows you to run various operations that you can and cannot run without using the command prompt. For example, you are able to create files and folders without using … Click to read more
Synchronous and asynchronous are different methods of running processes, synchronous processes will be run one after another whereas asynchronous processes will be run simultaneously and potentially finish at different times.
When writing code most of your code will be run … Click to read more
PHP is a server-side scripting language used by web developers to create functionality and processes that run on the server in response to a web request. PHP is a recursive acronym that stands for PHP Hypertext Preprocessor. You can use … Click to read more
Client-side code runs on a client’s computer whereas server-side code runs on a web server before a webpage is sent to the client. A user first requests a webpage from a server, the server may then run some operations or … Click to read more
Defensive coding is a way of ensuring your program or code continues to function under unforeseen or unintended circumstances. Imagine a hacker or malicious user is trying to find vulnerabilities in your program, such as seeing the contents of a … Click to read more
The Model View Controller or MVC design pattern is a way of organising code that allows for separation of concerns and can make adding additional features and functionality easier. Writing code in a design pattern can be quite tricky, especially … Click to read more