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  1. In Topic: Ruby Memes- Get Yours On DIC Facebook Page!

    Posted 3 Feb 2014

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  2. In Topic: Test Driven Development, do you use it?

    Posted 12 Feb 2013

    It seems ignorant that I know about it and it's benefits but have yet to really use it on a long term project. I've done some testing with it. I haven't started "liking" it yet cause it seems to be very time consuming.
  3. In Topic: Dynamic Database Content Design

    Posted 22 Dec 2012

    Hello,

    Once again I really thank you for your comprehensive and truly thoughtful responses. I will be using the Yii framework for development and it encourages a lot of indexing to speed up development. So I guess that's good news for my soon-to-be db structure :)

    Thanks again!

    Hello,

    Once again I really thank you for your comprehensive and truly thoughtful responses. I will be using the Yii framework for development and it encourages a lot of indexing to speed up development. So I guess that's good news for my soon-to-be db structure :)

    Thanks again!
  4. In Topic: Dynamic Database Content Design

    Posted 20 Dec 2012

    Hi Atli

    You cannot imagine how grateful I am for that response. It's really comprehensive and you insightfully understood my position and explained in great detail. I just read your tutorial twice through and I only can tell you that I now know so much more than 3 hours ago.

    I have another question though :D

    Following this design, I am only afraid that the database will quickly exponentiate and might slow the application down. In a typical environment, what is still a maintainable amount of data? What is the size of an "acceptable" database. I cannot really imagine having more than a few thousands.

    Could you maybe just point out how much data is still maintainable?


    Thank you so much once again. I truly appreciate your help.
  5. In Topic: PHP form post to itself

    Posted 10 Oct 2012

    View PostAtli, on 11 October 2012 - 02:52 PM, said:

    View Postsas1ni69, on 11 October 2012 - 03:23 AM, said:

    If $x = 10 has been defined in the file before post $x will still be 10 after post.

    I doubt he meant that $x was hard-coded to 10, but rather that it had by some logic been made to have the value 10. In which case Mina-no-Hime is correct, it won't retain it's value.


    That was my first thought too but then this part here sounded different to me.

    View Postepicepiphron, on 11 October 2012 - 07:55 AM, said:

    If I have a variable defined in the php file (say $x = 10;) before the post, would $x still exist and qual 10 when i come back from the post?

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