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Using ZF for uploading PDF to Google Docs API 3.0

March 15, 2012 Zend Framework

Zend Framework has many methods for working with Google Apps Platform in Zend_Gdata module. But has no method for uploading pdf file to new Google Docs API 3.0. So we created simple ZF class for uploading pdf to Google Docs

Zend_Gdata ACL patched framework version

January 11, 2012 Zend Framework

While working on a task connected with updating ACL I found an interesting article and a patch there that adds ACL functionality to Zend_Gdata classes. As it might be inconvenient for some people (especially Windows users) to checkout specific revision and then patch it, I’m publishing here a patched version of ZF trunk rev. 24409 […]

iptables port forwarding with SNAT and DNAT

October 14, 2011 Zend Framework

Assume we have a web server having node.js (or any other client-server software) installed behind a load balancer and teh web server has only internal IP address. We need to allow clients to connect to node.js. So we need to do port forwarding with iptables from load balancer’s 8000 to web server’s 8000. So the […]

Fast price count down on javascript

September 12, 2011 Zend Framework

If you need simple price count down for your web site it’s easy realized on javascript. We can use setInterval() function for this purpose. But if you need fast count down, e.g. decrease high price for 1 cent per step that time interval for setInterval() function will be too small. So we have two trouble […]

phpdaemon installation, configuration and usage tips & tricks

July 16, 2011 Zend Framework

If you own a website with too many AJAX requests like autocomplete or real-time features like auction bidding that require quick response and you also use Zend Framework or any other PHP heavy library/framework on your backend, then you end up with way too many HTTP requests to the backend each of them requires framework […]

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