My name is Edward Tanguay. I am a web developer in Berlin, Germany. I learn everything I can and record it on this site.
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- added on November 18, 2008
Nusoap is convenient because you don't have to make any changes on the server, just download and copy the library files to a sub-directory. Nusoap also creates a WSDL file automatically for you. These examples show how to return an array of values so that you could, e.g. return 20 fields of information about a user, for instance. Not that on the nusoap examples I turn the cache off since when you have it on while you are developing and add a method to your soap server, your client doesn't recognize the changes. First download nusoap
, then copy the files to a sub-directory on your web called "nusoap".
- added on November 8, 2008
The following instructions show you the exact steps to set up a free development environment on windows which allows you to develop Flex applications with ActionScript 3. You won't have the nice step-through debugging or the design view of Adobe's FlexBuilder but this code shows you how to create a two-line MXML file which allows you to do all your programming back in ActionScript 3 classes anyway so you just kind of use the MXML file as a tunnel to be able use the rich Flex libraries. FlashDevelop has very nice code-completion and other features, and with traces you can do decent debugging. The code helps you get up to speed with event handlers which are a bit different than web scripting if that is all you have been doing so far. You can view a running example of this appliction here
In FlashDevelop, new project, Flex, Flex 3 Project, then replace MXML code, then create a class and put in the ActionScript3 code. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to have the nice code complete completion for e.g. the button object.
- added on September 10, 2008
Was on a Perl project where the code had 5 lines of database connection code for each time it needed to get data from the database, so I wrote these functions which allow you to get records, record, value or execute a command with one-liners. Records are an array of hashes and included the code to call the functions since figuring out what syntax you need to access the objects through pointers/references can be time-consuming. End result is: if you just need to use Perl quick to read and write to a MySQL database, this code will get you up to speed fast.
- added on September 2, 2008
If you need to do something quick and useful in Perl, this will get you reading and writing in databases and text files. If you are a PHP programmer getting into Perl then look up the "eq" operator first.
My Free Tutorials:
How to Install the Android SDK on Windows XP and Create an Application that Runs in the Cell Phone Emulator
How to Create a Website with Datapod
Install Fedora 6 in VMWare on Windows XP and connect it to your network
Install Perl 5 on Windows XP and Get a Perl Hello World Running
Install OpenSuse 10.2 in VMWare on Windows XP and connect it to your network
Install Ubuntu 7.04 in VMWare on Windows XP and connect it to your network
Install Java on Windows XP and Learn the Basics of Java 6 using the NetBeans IDE
Setup a PHP Development Environment on Windows XP With Apache, PHP 5, MySQL 5, SQLite, Eclipse, Subversion, PHPMyAdmin, and Datapod
Install a PHP Development Environment with Eclipse PDT, Apache 2.2, PHP 5, MySQL 5, and phpMyAdmin Using XAMPP Lite
How to Install Ruby on Rails with Instant Rails and Create a Website Using JEdit and the Ruby Plugin