Tag: php

Birdhouse

Do more with your Twitter account. Birdhouse synchronizes your Twitter feed into your MySQL database providing a platform to build powerful new features using the Twitter API. Birdhouse starts you off with a number of new features including scheduling and repeating tweets, repeating from groups...

/ September 24, 2014
Building with the Twitter API

Install Birdcage

BirdCage Installation Guide Birdcage is a free, open source PHP-based implementation of the Twitter API, covered in my three part tutorial series for Tuts+: Building with the Twitter API. More features are available in the premium version, Birdhouse. This guide walks...

/ September 22, 2014
Twitter Followers with Klout Scores

BirdHouse PHP Twitter API Framework

Do more with your Twitter account. Birdhouse synchronizes your Twitter feed into your MySQL database providing a platform to build powerful new features using the Twitter API. Birdhouse starts you off with a number of new features including scheduling and repeating tweets, repeating from groups...

/ September 22, 2014

Simple Monitor: Low Cost Web Server Monitoring

Today, I’m releasing a productized version of Simple Monitor which offers a low cost, easy to use web server monitoring solution with email and smartphone notifications. It’s available at SimpleMonitorApp.com. Downloading the code to host on your own server is...

/ March 25, 2014

Build Your Own Email Features with Open Source Filtering Software

Filtered is an open source PHP-based IMAP mail filtering platform. While Filtered provides basic mail filtering features and learns from the folders you drag and drop your email to, it is also a powerful foundational platform to enhance and innovate...

/ January 14, 2014

How to install Apache, PHP, MySQL and phpMyAdmin on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

This is a very clear, easy to follow tutorial: Install and configure Apache, MySQL, PHP and phpMyAdmin on OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion

/ February 28, 2013

How to fix fatal error “Call to undefined function: mysql_connect()”

I thought I’d post this so people can find the answer more easily than I was able to. If you get this error when a PHP 4 page tries to connect to MySQL on Debian Sarge (testing release): Fatal error:...

/ May 29, 2005