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  1. I am the owner of virtual pet site, Solpets.com. Currently I am the only programmer for the site and would like a little help with getting some new games coded. I would like to have someone experienced in javascript. I now very little javascript. It is helpful you know php, but right now is not required. This is a volunteer position. Which to Solpets means you will not be paid in real money, but with our site currency. Our site currency is sPoints and sCoins. sCoins is how you will be paid - you get paid monthly. If interested please contact me here or even on Solpets is fine. Feel free to also email me: cutielou22@solpets.com
  2. Hiring Progammer - Paid

    I'm looking for a programmer to get my site up and running, once you agree I will show you all the plans and did I meantion this is a paid gig I was wondering if you would be interested in opening a petsite with me and some of the best artist in the business You would be a partner in this project and I really looking forward to working with you. This is a paid position Chaz santaria@live.com 573-703-3950
  3. Mysidia Deluxe

    (before I begin, does this go here? idk...) Mysidia DeluxeMysidia Deluxe is an open-source custom version of the Mysidia Adoptables script, based off of v1.3.4 and maintained by the community. It is available on GitHub.The "Why"Mysidia is a fantastic framework, but it's pretty old and outdated. Mysidia v.4.0 has been hinted at for years but at the moment it's a general consensus that it's never coming at this point, and the script desperately needs an update. The goal here is to modernize it and add more built-in features so more people will be inclined to use it, as well as keep it maintained.In-Progress Features Bugfixes (like the "rn" issue, and reading other user's PMs) Reskinned ACP for a more modern look 4 brand new themes More HTML (no formbuilders or tablebuilders, html will be used instead) More comments in the code, so it's easier to understand what's going on. PHP 7 support (PHP 7.2 not supported yet, it just came out last year so it's pretty low priority) Compressed code. At the moment some of the pages are unnecessarily split into several files, so that's getting cleaned up. Planned Features DisclaimerThis custom version is not yet ready to build a site on. Once it is ready, a downloadable version will be available in the releases section. It is never recommended to use code in the master or subsequent branches, as there can be unsuspected bugs and issues. Releases are the most stable.
  4. Hi, Just a question that ive been wondering recently as im teaching myself Front End Web Design. For pet sites / web and text based online rpgs, it seems they are predominantly coded in PHP. Do you code it solely in PHP (ignoring the DB element) or do you incorporate frameworks? Edit : Found a few of you use/d Laravel; so, do you find following a framework either or does it have its own set of problems? Thank you!
  5. Hey folks! I am on the look out for a PHP Laravel developer and a Front end developer to join the Mythaura team. Mythaura is an upcoming virtual pet game where you can own and raise a wide variety of different mythological beasts such as Dragons, Griffins and Unicorns. You can breed them to create new hybrids, battle them, train them and customize them with hundreds of unique items. You can check out more about the game here on tumblr, our patreon and our live Beast Demo. PHP Laravel Programmer - Understanding of full stack PHP application development. - Proficient with the PHP Laravel framework. - Understanding of version control such as git (BitBucket) - Experience with mySQL. Front End Developer - CSS/JS, jQuery, HTML5. - Experience with responsive web design. - Able to design layouts from conceptual mock-ups. - Understanding of Laravel a plus. - Understanding of version control such as git (BitBucket). You will be joining 3 other casual programmers. Tasks will include working with pre-existing code, database config, PHP/Laravel or layout development of the core game, and assisting other team members where necessary. A person with exceptional time management skills and regularly demonstrate work in progress will be highly valued! We are aiming for a beta release this year. We are currently planning to build: User profiles, User Account Settings, Forums, Pet Breeding, Pet Profiles And more. The team collaborates within a team environment via Discord. If this interests you, please send a message with your rates and availability or post here. Thank you!
  6. I'm looking to hire someone to write PHPUnit tests for my pet game framework to increase my code coverage. I'm paying $10USD per function that's completely covered. I have 241 of 966 functions already covered which means I have 725 more to go so that's potentially $7,250 if you want to go all out on them. I will pay weekly or bi-weekly through PayPal, whichever you prefer. You must be familiar with php, OOP and have written tests using PHPUnit before. If you do more than $400 worth of work and are a US citizen you must also be able to complete a 1099 for tax purposes. Experience with composer is a plus. Sample of the code base Sample Documentation (will help when writing tests) Sample unit test
  7. Hello! Many of you may know me from other community forums as Peanut! My husband and I recently just had a baby girl and she is now 4 weeks old. My husband is a stay at home dad while working part-time as an IT technician, but we are becoming financially stressed since I use to make all the primary bills when I was working before I gave birth. Experience I was working at Smucker's locally here in Northeast Ohio, but my contract ended a week before my due date. Now that we have things under control with the little one, I am trying to find work since Smucker's does not have the budget to bring me back on board. You can see the work I did for them by visiting www.crisco.com, www.pillsburybaking.com, www.thenoseprint.com, and www.dunkinathome.com. It shows a lot of my front-end work, but I did most of the backend work on Dunkin At Home (which is done in the Pimcore CMS). I am currently developing my own sim/pet game, but it's coming along very slowly since I have a lot of other priorities (like paying my bills lol). I am hoping to find any short-term, long-term work here. I have also done work for Misticpets, Utasia, DStable, and a few other sites, but that was a while ago. Payment I'm very negotiable with payment (pay by feature, pay by hour, etc.). I prefer an hourly rate of somewhere between $20-25/hr so I try to estimate features based on that rate. I always give a high estimate so you will never owe more than what is stated before the feature is started! Skills/Technical Strengths Laravel 5 & 4, CodeIgniter, Pimcore, Silverstripe, Wordpress, Drupal, Magento, PHP, MySQL/PDO, HTML, CSS, Phaser.io, Vue.js, Javascript & jQuery, Git Availability & Contact I am available full-time or part-time! I am looking to pick up a few clients. I am always on Skype and I also use Slack as well so you can always reach me! You can message me on here, Skype me at h_lohrenz, or email me at haleybuggs6@gmail.com. Thank you!
  8. Edit: I found a volunteer spot! Hello! I am looking around for a volunteer job. I've been coding with PHP and SQL on my own site for a while. I use mysqli (I don't know PDO). CSS and HTML too. I also have experience with Imagemagick. I have never worked for anyone before and have no idea where my skill level is, or what to expect. This is why I'd like to volunteer somewhere. I'm looking to work on an already established project (in development is fine) where there is already a more experienced programmer working on it who's willing to approve my code (make sure there's no security holes or other issues). This should be mutually beneficial. If interested or if you have any questions, please let me know what site or get in touch with me. Thank you!
  9. Mythodreas Needs Help

    Coders, Artists,Etc... If you have knowledge and experience in PHP and SQL, please help WolfSol out as she's our only developer! We are trying really hard to get into open Beta and we are a completely volunteer group who live what we do and believe in our vision. Please read all requirements for the Guide position of Alchemist while applying. Also meet our newest stall keeper, Asherei, she is the dollmaker, her artist Crystal foronda created her just for us, see all the fantastic art Inumimi Images does for us as well as she is our main artist, along with Kiley who assists and help us create creatures and more. Mythodreas Administration
  10. Hello, I am currently available for any development needs you may have. I am flexible on rates depending on your budget. I am well versed in the following languages: PHP/MySQL HTML5/CSS3 Javascript/jQuery Bootstrap AngularJS (version 1) Any others just ask. Any project, small or large, please give me a shout. References for previous work are available upon request. You can inbox me, Skype Me: paul.s.cook88 or email me at paul.cook@pswebsolutions.co.uk. Thanks, Paul. Edited to add: 10% of any profits that come from work received via TGL I will donate to the site.
  11. Introduction This is the second tutorial in my ‘MySQLi for Beginners’ series. If you haven’t already done so I would recommend starting with Part 1. MySQLi for Beginners Part 1 Prepared Statements Prepared statements can be complex to get your head around at first, but they’re really useful and can help remove a lot of potential issues when escaping user input. Prepared statements essential work by placing a ? where you want to substitute in user input, whether it be string, integer, blob or double. Prepared statements substitute the value into the SQL query so the issues with SQL injections are mostly removed. Define a Statement Let’s assume we want to write a query that returns all of the usernames from the users table where they have a name of Paul. Firstly, we’d define the SQL that we’re going to use: $sql = $db->prepare("SELECT `username` FROM `users` WHERE `name` = ?"); As you can see, that question mark is were we’re going to by assigning the name ‘Paul’ to. Bind Parameters We are going to use the bind_param method to bind a parameter to the $sql object. You must specify the type as the first parameter and then the variables as the second parameter. For instance we’d use ‘s’ as the first parameter for string, and the $name variable as the second parameter. $name = 'Paul'; $sql->bind_param('s', $name); If you have multiple parameters to bind which are of varying types we do the following: $name = 'Paul'; $age = '29'; $sql->bind_param('si', $name, $age); Please note the types are not separated like the variables are. Execute the Statement To execute the statement we would do the following. Not a lot to it really. $sql->execute(); Iterating over results To iterate over results we would first bind the result to variables, this can be done using the bind_result() method which allows us to specify the variables to assign the results to. If we assign the returned ‘username’ to to the variable $returned_username we’d do the following: $sql->bind_result($returned_username); Doing exactly as before, if you have multiple variables to assign to, you are able to comma separate them. Once you have bind the result variables, you want to go ahead and fetch the results. This is as simple as I have done in my MySQLi for Beginners tutorial – we’d use the fetch() method, which returns the values into the binded variables. while($sql->fetch()){ echo $returned_username . '<br />'; } Close $sql Once you are finished with your sql statement, it’s good practise to free the result to keep your code neat, clean and lean! $sql->free_result(); In my next MySQLi Tutorial I will cover MySQLi Transactions. This tutorial and more like it can be found on my company website: P S Web Solutions Ltd.
  12. http://imagine17.com Status: Available Price: £15 per hour Contact: business[at]imagine17.com I have previously worked as a WordPress developer, taking designers ideas from images to fully responsive sites; built on Bootstrap, Foundation or a custom CSS framework. More recently I have also started working with Vue.js to enable a better and more responsive user experience on the frontend. On the backend I have experience working with PHP and the Laravel framework (version 4 and 5). Current Client(s): Mystfell - Building the project on Laravel 5.4 with Vue.js and a custom CSS framework. Project(s): Fanhaus - A fansite for the YouTube channel Funhaus.
  13. Hello everyone, my name is Cayda and I have been doing PHP based web development for almost 10 years. I started out doing basic HTML webpages like everyone else and went up from there. I am entirely self taught and love what I do. I offer a wide range of services - everything from bug fixes to small add on scripts to full games. I can provide samples and references upon request. I can be contacted here, via Skype (kbateman@outlook.com), email (kbateman0522@gmail.com) and discord (message for ID, I don't have it right now). Later on I will update this post with samples and references, but for now I just wanted to get my post up and my name out there again. I am currently OPEN for work, on a case by case basis. This means that I am able to take work but I may be picky about the jobs that I take.
  14. Introductions Most of the sites you visit these days have some sort of database storage behind them. Most sites that use PHP will opt to use a MySQL database. You are able to interact with your MySQL database using the MySQLi class. MySQLi will only work with a MySQL database, whereas if you were to use PDO, it will work with various different database systems. MySQLi can be coded via objected oriented or procedural. Today I am going to be looking at the object orientated approach. PHP MySQLi Class Connecting Connecting to a MySQL database is done by instantiating a new instance of the MySQLi class. $db = new mysqli('localhost', 'username', 'password', 'paulsonny-demo'); if($db->connect_errno > 0){ die('Unable to connect to database [' . $db->connect_error . ']'); } The database name parameter is optional and can be left out. Please note, if you do leave the database name parameter empty then you will need to prefix all of your tables in your queries with the database name. Querying Let's assume we have a users table in our database and we wish to retrieve them all. $sql = "SELECT * FROM `users`"; if(!$result = $db->query($sql)){ die('There was an error running the query [' . $db->error . ']'); } The above will give you a $result variable that contains a mysqli_result object. Once we have the mysqli_result object we are able to loop through the results, perhaps displaying them to the user and then freeing up the result. Query Results If you wanted to loop through the results and show them to the user with each row being on a new line we'd do something like the following: while($row = $result->fetch_assoc()){ echo $row['username'] . '<br />'; } # of Returned Rows Each mysqli_result object that is returned from the database as a variable which is called num_rows. This can be accessed by doing the following: <?php echo 'Total results: ' . $result->num_rows; ?> # of Affected Rows When you are running an UPDATE statement, you may sometimes wish to know how many rows have been updated. The mysqli object has a variable called a affected_rows which can be accessed as follows: <?php echo 'Total rows updated: ' . $db->affected_rows; ?> Free the Result Once you have finished with your result set, it is recommend that you free the result. This would be placed after our looping over the records. $result->free(); This will free up some system resources, and is a good practice to get in the habit of doing. Escaping characters When inserting data into a database, it is recommended to escape it first, so that single quotes get preceded be a backslash. This will mean that any quotes won't break out of any that you use in your SQL. You should look to use the below method: $db->real_escape_string('This is an unescaped "string"'); However, because this is a commonly used function, there is an alias function that you can use which is shorter and less to type: $db->escape_string('This is an unescape "string"'); This string would now be safer to insert into your database through a query. Close Database Connection Don't forget, when you've finished with your database to make sure that you close the connection: $db->close(); PHP MySQL Class If you are using the functions mysql_connect() or mysql_query() then I would recommend swapping to the above. Any functions prefixed with mysql_ are actively discouraged by PHP themselves. In my next MySQLi Tutorial I will cover Prepared Statements. This tutorial and more like it can be found on my company website: P S Web Solutions Ltd.
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