My Apache SOLR series concludes with an overview of some of the more advanced features including search-term highlighting, adding autocomplete, configuring stop-words & synonyms and adding additional cores.
Third of a four-part series on Apache's SOLR, along with Solarium - a PHP client. Here I look at the implementation of a sample application, allowing people to search a database of movies.
In this second of a four-part series on Apache's SOLR I look at installing Solarium, populating the search index and building the front-end.
In the first of a four-part series I take a look at Apache's SOLR search along with Solarium, which is a PHP library for working with it.
Kirby is a CMS written in PHP which stores everything in static files, with no need for a database. In this article I take a look at it.
In this article I look at JSON Web Tokens (JWT) and how they can be used to handle authentication in your APIs, or for rich web applications using technologies such as Backbone. On the server-side I'm using Node.js, although the principle could be applied to any language.
Ladder enables developers to create and modify database tables using code, enabling you to add it to version control and track changes as you would your application code. In this article, I take a look at how to use it.