Best Book to Use to Build Large/Complex Projects (Large CMS & Database-Driven Site)


Whats the BEST book out there that
I can find used on
Amazon.com for
large projects, such as:
- Content Managment
System
Obviously not as advance as PHP-Nuke, but still...
-
Heavy Database-Driven Website
Something good for a site that is
99% Database Driven.
- Building a Forums System
Something
good, like miniBB or punBB, not old-school style
- Advance
Membership System
Something easily explained...
And of
course, brief refresher courses
on all the PHP/mySQL you'll need
;)
I already have PHP & mySQL Web Development, Second
Edition
but I ad
Whats the BEST book out there that
I can find used on
Amazon.com for
large projects, such as:
- Content Managment
System
Obviously not as advance as PHP-Nuke, but still...
-
Heavy Database-Driven Website
Something good for a site that is
99% Database Driven.
- Building a Forums System
Something
good, like miniBB or punBB, not old-school style
- Advance
Membership System
Something easily explained...
And of
course, brief refresher courses
on all the PHP/mySQL you'll need
;)
I already have PHP & mySQL Web Development, Second
Edition
but I ad
Web Development
Hi,
I downloaded Carbide.c++ Express and have tried to build a
large existing project I have. It seems that it is unable to cope
with the large command line for "del". I get
make -k
clean all
del /s/q <<LOTS OF .o FILES HERE>> />The input line is too long.
make: [clean] Error 255
(ignored)
' '
'No tool found that can build the extension
specified with the build arrtifact name all'
Build complete for
project largeproject
There are about 72 .o object files passed in
the command line, each with an average path/filename size of 35
characters.
I can build fine using the c
Mobile Programming

Hi I am developing a database driven site. It will be about 4000
pages. Basically I will have a template for the Homepage, a contact
page template, a main database item template for filtered results and
then a database item detail tempalte.

What cms would you
suggest? I want keyword search for the database as well as filtering
results and also browse by location. In addition I want to have the
mod-rewrite feature to rewrite these database detail pages to static
urls.

Thank you. Im looking at Joomla and Drupal for right
now, the easier the better though!

PHP

Congratulations on creating a large database driven site! It is
beautiful and very useful, now if only you could figure out how to get
people to find your site. Time for search engine optimization!


SEO is how to make your website easy for the search engines to
crawl and convince them the content is unique and valuable thus worthy
of being ranked very high in the search results.

Step 1 - Bot
Accessibility
The search engines discover new websites and
webpages by following links with their bots. These bots are not very
smart and go for quantity not quality so you need to make it easy for
them to crawl your pages. Make sure you have a robots.txt file that
does not bl

Development

I have a fairly large Visual Studio solution (> 30 projects). Every
time I start a debugging session, the whole solution is recompiled. I
vaguely remember that one of the projects has some xcopy
post-build event, and I know from past experience that this can
trigger solution recompilations even when not necessary.



Now I cannot remember exactly which project has the build event,
and I would like to avoid having to manually open each project's
Properties pages and look for a build event.



Is there an automated way for identifying all the projects in a
solution that have some build event defined?

Web Development

First off, Sorry if this has already been asked.

I looked around but couldn't find any answers for it, Or maybe I was
searching using the wrong words.



I have a long SQL query that I need to execute using PHP. It
requires a large number of variables to be updated.



This is what I mean:



$user = json_decode($stringWithJson);

$reallyLongSqlQuery = "UPDATE `profile` SET `userid` =
'{$user->userid}', `name` = '{$user->username}', `lastlogoff` =
'{$user->userlastlogoff}', `profileurl` =
'{$user->userprofileurl}', `avatar` = '{$user->useravatar}',
`avatarmedium` = '{$user->useravatarmedium}', `useravatarfull` =
'{$user->useravatarfull}', `state` =
'{$user->userprofilestate}', `realname` =
'{$user->userrealname}', `timecreated` =
'{$user->userprofilecreatedunix}' WHERE `id` = 1;";

mysql_query($reallyLongSqlQuery);


This works fine and all, but It's a lot of code for a single line.
Is there any way I can tidy this up?



Example:



$reallyLongSqlQuery = "UPDATE `profile` SET `userid` = '" .
$user->userid .
"', `name` = '" .
$user->username .
"', `lastlogoff` = '" .
$user->userlastlogoff .
"', `profileurl` = '" .
$user->userprofileurl .
"', `avatar` = '" .
$user->useravatar .
"', `avatarmedium` = '" .
$user->useravatarmedium .
"', `useravatarfull` = '" .
$user->useravatarfull .
"', `state` = '" .
$user->userprofilestate .
"', `realname` = '" .
$user->userrealname .
"', `timecreated` = '" .
$user->userprofilecreatedunix .
"' WHERE `id` = 1;";


This doesn't fly off the screen in one giant line, but it looks
even messier in my opinion.



Another way I've though of is predefining all the variables
beforehand, Like so:



$userid = $user->userid;
$username = $user->username;
$userlastlogoff = $user->userlastlogoff;
$userprofileurl = $user->userprofileurl;
$useravatar = $user->useravatar;
$useravatarmedium = $user->useravatarmedium;
$useravatarfull = $user->useravatarfull;
$userprofilestate = $user->userprofilestate;
$userrealname = $user->userrealname;
$userprofilecreatedunix = $user->userprofilecreatedunix;

$reallyLongSqlQuery = "UPDATE `profile` SET `userid` = '{$userid}',
`name` = '{$username}', `lastlogoff` = '{$userlastlogoff}',
`profileurl` = '{$userprofileurl}', `avatar` = '{$useravatar}',
`avatarmedium` = '{$useravatarmedium}', `useravatarfull` =
'{$useravatarfull}', `state` = '{$userprofilestate}', `realname` =
'{$userrealname}', `timecreated` = '{$userprofilecreatedunix}' WHERE
`id` = 1;";


Once again, This works fine but there must be an easier (and
tidier) way to do it.

Anyone have a solution?

Web Development

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