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Open Source PHP Chart Library: pChart

October 20, 2011

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pChart  is an open source PHP chart library for creating aliased charts. This chart classes run on any webserver that has PHP & GD library support. Chart types currently support by this PHP charts solution are: Line chart Cubic curve chart Plot chart Bar chart Filled line chart Filled cubic curve chart Pie chart Radars chart Limits chart For faster display of […]

6 excellent charting libraries for php

October 20, 2011

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Charts are an indispensable part of any data visualization work. People can grok visual representation of data easily than a textual variety. Today there are a huge number of free chart libraries available to display visualizations on websites. Below is a small list of  some of the libraries available for displaying charts using php.   […]

10 Free Chart Scripts

October 17, 2011

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This week I’ve been working on a project that required data to be shown visually. I needed a Chart Script that was attractive yet gets the data across. The Charts scripts below are built using JavaScript, Flash, Silverlight, and Java. Flot – Flot is a pure Javascript plotting library for jQuery. The focus is on […]

Session Class(CodeIgniter User Guide Version 2.0.3)

October 4, 2011

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Session Class The Session class permits you maintain a user’s “state” and track their activity while they browse your site. The Session class stores session information for each user as serialized (and optionally encrypted) data in a cookie. It can also store the session data in a database table for added security, as this permits […]

Views(CodeIgniter User Guide Version 2.0.3)

October 4, 2011

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Views A view is simply a web page, or a page fragment, like a header, footer, sidebar, etc. In fact, views can flexibly be embedded within other views (within other views, etc., etc.) if you need this type of hierarchy. Views are never called directly, they must be loaded by a controller. Remember that in an MVC framework, […]

Models(CodeIgniter User Guide Version 2.0.3)

October 4, 2011

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Models Models are optionally available for those who want to use a more traditional MVC approach. What is a Model? Anatomy of a Model Loading a Model Auto-Loading a Model Connecting to your Database What is a Model? Models are PHP classes that are designed to work with information in your database. For example, let’s say you […]

Controllers(CodeIgniter)

October 4, 2011

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Controllers are the heart of your application, as they determine how HTTP requests should be handled. What is a Controller? Hello World Functions Passing URI Segments to Your Functions Defining a Default Controller Remapping Function Calls Controlling Output Data Private Functions Organizing Controllers into Sub-folders Class Constructors Reserved Function Names What is a Controller? A […]