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User Management System in PHP using Stored Procedure |User Management System using Stored Procedure

Project Name User Management System in PHP Stored Procedure Language Used PHP5.6, PHP7.x Database MySQL 5.x User Interface Design HTML, AJAX,JQUERY,JAVASCRIPT Web Browser Mozilla, Google Chrome, IE8, OPERA Software XAMPP / Wamp / Mamp/ Lamp (anyone) This project is developed in PHP using Stored Procedure. A stored procedure is a set of SQL commands that …

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jQuery Dependent DropDown List – States and Districts Using PHP-PDO

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to change the district dropdown list option based on the selected state name using PHP-PDO. In this example, we have two dropdowns for listing states and districts. On changing states drop-down values, the corresponding district dropdown values will be loaded dynamically using jQuery AJAX. File structure …

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How to check Email and username availability live using jquery/ajax, PHP and PDO

In this tutorial, We will learn how to How to check Email and username availability live using jQuery/ajax and PHP-PDO. File Structure for this tutorials index.php (Main File) config.php (Database Connection file) check_availability.php (Used to check the Email and User availability) 1. Create a database with name demos. In demos database, create a table with name email_availabiltySample structure …

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Eloquent: Recursive hasMany Relationship with Unlimited Subcategories

Quite often in e-shops you can see many level of categories and subcategories, sometimes even unlimited. This article will show you how to achieve it elegantly with Laravel Eloquent. We will be building a mini-project to views children shop sub-categories, five level deep, like this: Database Migration Here’s a simple schema of DB table: Schema::create(‘categories’, …

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