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by CommonStray
09 Jun 2016, 15:47
Forum: Web Development
Topic: PHP Chat
Replies: 4
Views: 91

Re: PHP Chat

PHP can't do this alone unless the user refreshes the page every time they want to see a new message, and every time you want to send a message. You have to build an AJAX solution that requests (http GET) information from PHP periodically (at an interval and updates the chat box when new information...
by CommonStray
09 Jun 2016, 15:40
Forum: Linux/Unix
Topic: username and password
Replies: 10
Views: 187

Re: username and password

ph0bYx wrote:
bad_brain wrote:....unlike other people. :lol:
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Welcome back l0ngb1t!
guilty too \:D/
by CommonStray
09 Jun 2016, 15:31
Forum: Coding
Topic: PHP - Find a string without using arrays or loops
Replies: 2
Views: 78

Re: PHP - Find a string without using arrays or loops

strstr() will find the first occurrence of a string (needle) in a string (haystack) and returns part of the haystack that includes the needle to the end of the haystack or false if its not found. echo "var 1 : " . strstr("ck", $var1); echo "var 2 : " . strstr("ck&q...
by CommonStray
01 Jan 2016, 08:52
Forum: Hardware&Electronics
Topic: Home Virtualization Cluster
Replies: 10
Views: 223

Re: Home Virtualization Cluster

Thanks for the update!
by CommonStray
25 Dec 2015, 01:15
Forum: Web Development
Topic: Weird WAMP error
Replies: 5
Views: 115

Re: Weird WAMP error

That's interesting as there really shouldn't be anything wrong with using 0.0.0.0:80 for Listen as 0.0.0.0 only means the server is using any available IP address of the computer (instead of only the loopback), same with [::0]:80 (IPv6) - tested it myself on my local machine and it's working fine. T...
by CommonStray
09 Oct 2015, 19:25
Forum: Hardware&Electronics
Topic: Home Virtualization Cluster
Replies: 10
Views: 223

Re: Home Virtualization Cluster

On the topic of drives I'd suggest looking into performance tests done by data warehouses and see what drives they might be preferring or suggesting for reliability. In '14 Backblaze did a decent write up found at https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-reliability-update-september-2014/" onc...
by CommonStray
30 Jun 2015, 09:18
Forum: suck-o
Topic: 10th anniversary ladies and gentlemen!
Replies: 26
Views: 512

Re: 10th anniversary ladies and gentlemen!

Wow.

Just Wow.

I would have never thought 10 years ago that we would make it this far.

Thanks everyone for the great times. The people I've met here have been huge impacts on my life over these last 10 years. Here's to another 10!
by CommonStray
05 May 2015, 19:40
Forum: Coding
Topic: Old code - From back in the days of awesomeness
Replies: 3
Views: 102

Re: Old code - From back in the days of awesomeness

Most notably making money.
by CommonStray
12 Nov 2014, 21:14
Forum: Coding
Topic: Double authentification
Replies: 7
Views: 155

Re: Double authentification

Two factor authentication is good, and there are other providers out there rather than google.
by CommonStray
12 Nov 2014, 21:05
Forum: Web Development
Topic: PayPal uses nodeJS
Replies: 4
Views: 106

Re: PayPal uses nodeJS

replacement for PHP+MySQL Nope. Node won't replace PHP like tomatoes won't replace apples. They're two very different technologies useful for different purposes. The same was once said about Ruby/Rails replacing PHP as a defacto standard in server-side web development, and the same was once said th...
by CommonStray
07 May 2014, 19:57
Forum: General Discussion/Off topic
Topic: Track Defining Code
Replies: 5
Views: 116

Track Defining Code

What track/song if any defines how you produce 1337 C0d3z
by CommonStray
07 May 2014, 19:50
Forum: Development/Coding
Topic: Develop your own operating system
Replies: 22
Views: 398

Re: Develop your own operating system

Really nice guide, ive actually considered getting more into this but I think my interests lie a higher up in the linux layer than kernel dev. I'm more of a desktop manager person, lol.
by CommonStray
14 Apr 2014, 11:18
Forum: General Discussion/Off topic
Topic: Why you don't like Windows OS...
Replies: 5
Views: 104

Re: Why you don't like Windows OS...

I like certain versions of Windows. As Bad_Brain mentioned, every other version is decent. I like Windows because even though its a proprietary software, it still doesn't lock me in as much as OSX, and for the types of things I use it for it does better than a Linux distro with a fancy pants GUI. I ...
by CommonStray
14 Apr 2014, 09:01
Forum: Web Development
Topic: What new languages to learn in 2014?
Replies: 12
Views: 208

Re: What new languages to learn in 2014?

To add to this topic, why should you choose to learn any language at all? Well, what do you want to do? Many here point out JavaScript being the next best thing, and it is great, server-side js is next, but it's still a thing. The PHP community is far reaching, and many many many technologies are bu...
by CommonStray
14 Apr 2014, 00:04
Forum: Web Development
Topic: What new languages to learn in 2014?
Replies: 12
Views: 208

Re: What new languages to learn in 2014?

1) NodeJS 2) RoR 3) CodeIgnitor 4) Jaidee (CSS framework) 5) Angular JS 6) Android App development 7) Phalcon 8) Laravel None of those are languages. These are languages: 1. JavaScript 2. Ruby 3. PHP 4. CSS 5. JavaScript (well Angular is mostly JavaScript with some nomenclature to HTML) 6. Android ...