Memcached is a Free & open source, high-performance, distributed memory object caching system, used in speeding up dynamic web applications by alleviating database load. Memcached stores data like PHP objects, variables, strings in memory as key value pair. This post shows basic usage of memcached.
Events are basically like triggers, the difference is that triggers are executed in case of changes in database, whereas events are executed as per the time. Events can be considered as cron jobs for databases. They are used for maintenance tasks like deleting expired session data, info from leftout shopping cart, report generation.
Zip is the most common compression option used by most of the servers. So handling them from within PHP comes in handy. This can be used to bulk upload image files in case of an image gallery. Continue reading
MongoDB is a leading NoSQL Database Management System. RDBMS impose rigid schemas across tables, however MongoDB stores data in JSON format and allows schema to vary across documents and change quickly as the application evolves. Below is a tutorial for working with MongoDB in PHP. Continue reading
ffmpeg2theora is a command line utility to convert video files to Ogg Theora. Being the era of HTML5 Ogg is widely adopted by browsers to play video content. This post contains installation steps and some commands for video conversion. Continue reading
FFMPEG is the most used and most powerful video manipulation tool used across platforms. You can use the vast number of options provided by ffmpeg to manupulate your videos. Video manipulation can be from simple to complex when using ffmpeg. Below are some list of ffmpeg video conversion commands. Continue reading
Below is a minimum guide to install FFMPEG on a linux based machine. Lastly there are links for detailed installation steps of ffmpeg on various platforms like linux, windows and mac osx. Continue reading
Some of the commands that will come in handy when working with subversion command line interface. Especially the list commands at the bottom. Continue reading
Following are the commands that I basically use almost everyday when using subversion. These are the basic commands that you will use in your basic workflow. Continue reading
Following lists some advanced and useful commands for MySQL. Tough these commands are not most commonly used but they come in handy when getting your hands dirty with databases. The csv import and export are used extensively tough. Continue reading