I came across this nicely designed audio player on CodePen, put together by Michael Zhigulin It uses the waves.js click effect library...
Originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994, the PHP reference implementation is now produced by The PHP Group.
When you have a fully dynamic site it’s useful to show the user where they are by breaking down the URL structure so they can navigate backwards through the site. For example this url: http://papermashup.com/categories/jquery/ shows that ‘jquery’ is part of ‘categories’ so the user could navigate backwards through [...]Ashley
Quite often when developing big web apps you may need to use mod_rewrite to generate SEO friendly URLs from a string of text, Very similar to the way WordPress generates URLs for blog posts. The Code Below is the function which will remove all the spaces and special characters from a string and convert it to lowercase making sure it’s [...]Ashley
I was looking for a simple way to automatically detect a users language using PHP and came across this interesting snippet which does just that. It uses the PHP superglobal ‘HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE’ which returns something like this for me “en-US,en;q=0.8”. This is the contents language code of the header from the current [...]Ashley
MySpaceID allows MySpace Users to easily come into your site and get going by bringing their identity with them. By allowing Users to link their MySpace account with your site, a Developer can enable social functionality. This guide is designed to give you a thorough understanding of the MySpace API as well as demonstrate with step by step [...]Ashley
When you get to a stage when you need to pass user data from one page to another you have the option to do this without the user knowing by using PHP Session variables. Sessions are basically server-side cookies which have a corresponding client side cookie that contains a reference to its server-side counterpart. When a user visits a page, [...]Ashley
The MySpace Search API allows you to search MySpace for user, videos, images, and music. With an individual feed for each search item. It is designed to function like a search on the MySpace website and to have a response format that is compatible with OpenSocial. The API returns either JSON or XML and in this tutorial i’ll be using [...]Ashley
Regular readers of Papermashup will have seen the post that I wrote last week on Easy Poll, the personal project that I launched a few weeks back that allows you to create a simple 2 answer poll that you can share and gather feedback on. You can read the post about it and check out easypoll.papermashup here I’d love to hear your feedback. [...]Ashley
I was sat in the sun at the weekend and sporadically decided to do a little project like wedeliver you can read about the adventure I had building the 24hr project here. This project on the other hand probably took about 24hrs to complete but I built it over a few days. It’s basically a site where you can create a simple 2 answer poll, [...]Ashley
I was set a challenge last week to complete a Rubik’s cube after tinkering with one by a colleagues desk and managing to get a complete line of matching colours with little effort. In the past i’ve never fully understood the concept and complexity of how to complete this popular 80’s puzzle. However the same way as a programmer [...]Ashley
I’ve never really got the hang of PHP frameworks and have tended to use my own custom built CMS but even with this I still find myself writing the same code over and over again. In the past I’ve dabbled with CakePHP and the Zend Framework and not really got very far, so a few days ago I downloaded CodeIgniter. Although I’m [...]Ashley