How to Build a Simple REST API in PHP

In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to build a simple REST API with PHP and MySQL. REST has become the de facto standard when it comes to exposing data via APIs and building web services. In fact, most web applications these days access and expose data via REST APIs. With the popularity of front-end… Continue reading How to Build a Simple REST API in PHP

WordPress CMS Based Web Development: Best Choices of Database Plugins

WordPress is now one of the top choices of enterprise database application developers, and as we can see, most of the WordPress applications have MySQL DB as the backend. MySQL is the most popular database choice in the case of enterprise DBMS management too. It is a long-existing, open-source, relational database system that is highly… Continue reading WordPress CMS Based Web Development: Best Choices of Database Plugins

30 Best Landing Page Templates Of 2020

57 Shares A landing page should be aesthetically pleasing, clean and elegant. It should be simple to understand yet it must have all the information that the website wants to convey to the visitor of the website. It should appeal to the visitor and the design and colors used should be attractive and related to… Continue reading 30 Best Landing Page Templates Of 2020

8 WordPress Plugins for a Faster Website

Speed is one of the most important features of every website. With only one chance to make a great first impression, your website must be on top of its game. Always. If you want your site to be successful, to have a lot of visitors, and your voice to be heard, you need to work… Continue reading 8 WordPress Plugins for a Faster Website

How to Clean Malware from a Hacked Website

Just the hint of a hacked site is enough to send jitters down the spine of every webmaster. In an event where something suspicious occurs on a website or where unexpected elements start to show up on the website, the doubt starts to pop up with a possibility inclined towards the absolutely negative event, i.e.… Continue reading How to Clean Malware from a Hacked Website

How to Add Live Chat Complete in WordPress

Online shopping has revolutionized nearly every industry. Having a chat feature on your business website not only provides an avenue for customers to contact you, but it also helps build confidence and trust. A real-time chat feature on a website lets customers get instant answers to their questions or concerns, without having to make a… Continue reading How to Add Live Chat Complete in WordPress

10 Totally Free WordPress Backup Solutions

Backing up your precious data is a common best practice these days. But, what about your WordPress powered website? Yes, most web hosting companies do perform regular system backups. But beware – not every host is reliable when it comes to backups. And you certainly don’t want to wait until disaster strikes to find out… Continue reading 10 Totally Free WordPress Backup Solutions

CouchDB – Database Stores Data with JSON Documents

CouchDB is a database that completely embraces the web. Store your data with JSON documents. Access your documents and query your indexes with your web browser, via HTTP. Index, combine, and transform your documents with JavaScript. CouchDB works well with modern web and mobile apps. You can even serve web apps directly out of CouchDB.… Continue reading CouchDB – Database Stores Data with JSON Documents

Migrating Your WordPress Database: A Database Primer

When it comes to working with WordPress-based projects, arguably one of the most frustrating or tedious aspects of deployment is actually getting the databases across your environments in-sync with one another. Sure, there’s something to be said for using test data in development, user data in staging, and actual data in production, but there’s no… Continue reading Migrating Your WordPress Database: A Database Primer

Cross-Site Scripting in WordPress: What Is XSS?

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Cross-Site Scripting in WordPress One of the most exciting aspects of modern web development is the potential that comes with building applications specifically for web browsers (or to run “in the cloud.”) Originally, Java was meant to be the “write-once, run-anywhere” solution, but it appears… Continue reading Cross-Site Scripting in WordPress: What Is XSS?