Guidelines to Build Web Base Application part 2

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In the previous discussion, we have been discussing several tips and tricks, how to create web based application more secure and stable, specially for naming convention and how to get data from table more effective and stable.

Now, we will discuss about how to build the best practice for user interface and web security. The best way to create user interface is a separate web design and business rule. Don’t use HTML tag in PHP code, it’s make the code very unmanageable, … continue reading : Guidelines to Build Web Base Application part 2.

15 July 2009 at 01:02 - Comments

Guidelines to Build Web Base Application part 1

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In this discussion, we will use best practice programming with PHP to building secure web application. It’s not easy to develop web based application more secure without knowing detail the problem of the various aspects. For this reason, in this discussion we will be presented in the best practice sample to building web based application.

Web developer know that good name of variable, function or others name in web application is conveys meaning related to the name of variable, function, class, etc. So, the web based application code become maintainability and not difficult to understand for everyone in the team developer. For example, follow this code bellow how we create good name of the web application. … continue reading : Guidelines to Build Web Base Application part 1.

15 July 2009 at 00:54 - Comments

Guidelines More About Web Standards

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In the previous discussion, we have noticed about Basic Learning Web Based Technology and Guidelines and Concept of HTML Tags and Elements. In this discussion, we will be guided step by step to understand about several flavors of both HTML and XHTML that have been specified over the years. As the benefits of a standards-compliant Internet began to be more widely accepted and the transition from HTML to XML-based XHTML began, two types of XHTML were created.

One of them is called XHTML 1.0 Transitional, and the other is XHTML 1.0 Strict. As the name implies, the transitional document type was meant to be more flexible and forgiving than it’s strict counterpart and was intended to be an intermediate step for developers who were used to the looser grammar and syntax of HTML. Because this transition should in most cases be over already and, more important, because you most likely do not fit into the aforementioned category of developers, you will simply jump in to learning XHTML 1.0 Strict. … continue reading : Guidelines More About Web Standards.

11 July 2009 at 11:10 - Comments