Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Tuesday, 19 February 2019

Array Sorting based on key

foreach ($data as $key => $row) {
    $distance[$key] = $row['distance'];

array_multisort($distance, SORT_ASC, $data);
code to enable sorting for json feed/array.

source :

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Regex Pattern With PHP


Match using Class 

<?php $registerpattern = '/<a(.*)class="register"((?:.)*)>/'; ?>
Match the Whole word

<?php $loginpattern = '/\bpathtologin\b/'; ?>

Monday, 7 January 2019

Date Format Compatiblity Cross Browser

Solution 1
Using a format date from momment js (plugin)
moment().format('MMMM Do YYYY, h:mm:ss a'); // January 7th 2019, 2:48:53 pm
moment().format('dddd');                    // Monday
moment().format("MMM Do YY");               // Jan 7th 19
moment().format('YYYY [escaped] YYYY');     // 2019 escaped 2019
moment().format();                          // 2019-01-07T14:48:53+08:00
The Solution
The problem lies in the format that you pass the required date to the Date() object. For some reason, and don’t ask me why, the two aforementioned browsers surprisingly do not support the date format “yyyy-mm-dd” and therefore fail. I haven’t managed to compile a definitive list of supported date formats, however I can tell you the following formats are definitely supported across all browsers and would advise sticking to one of these to avoid errors:

  1. var d = new Date(2011, 01, 07); // yyyy, mm-1, dd  
  2. var d = new Date(2011, 01, 07, 11, 05, 00); // yyyy, mm-1, dd, hh, mm, ss  
  3. var d = new Date("02/07/2011"); // "mm/dd/yyyy"  
  4. var d = new Date("02/07/2011 11:05:00"); // "mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss"  
  5. var d = new Date(1297076700000); // milliseconds  
  6. var d = new Date("Mon Feb 07 2011 11:05:00 GMT"); // ""Day Mon dd yyyy hh:mm:ss GMT/UTC  

Tuesday, 18 December 2018

jQuery Validation

var validator = $("#signupform").validate({
    rules: {
        firstname: "required",
        lastname: "required",
        username: {
            required: true,
            minlength: 2,
            remote: "users.php"
    messages: {
        firstname: "Enter your firstname",
        lastname: "Enter your lastname",
        username: {
            required: "Enter a username",
            minlength: jQuery.format("Enter at least {0} characters"),
            remote: jQuery.format("{0} is already in use")
Example of custom message error


Thursday, 18 October 2018

Problems Encountered During Cloning


Laravel server 500

Laragon Virtual Host Restart

Sunday, 5 August 2018

Codeigniter - fetch_class( ) and fetch_method ( )

It looks like the following is working in CI 2.1.0
To get the name of the controller in CodeIgniter:
To get the name of the method in CodeIgniter:
Are these methods consider private? Should they be documented if they are public?