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Oct
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answered Proper response for a REST insert - full new record, or just the record id value?
Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
3
answered PHP PSR-0 + several namespaces in one file and autoload
Oct
3
reviewed Reviewed Where did the notion of “one return only” come from?
Oct
3
awarded  Custodian
Oct
3
reviewed Reviewed C++ is easy once you know PHP
Oct
3
reviewed Reviewed Are Java certifications important for an architect role?
Oct
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awarded  Custodian
Oct
2
reviewed Reviewed Sites with overlapping code-bases. Developing multiple sites with little changes
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed What am I missing about PHP?
Oct
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comment What am I missing about PHP?
@Chris "Most commonly" means in this case always. Or the other way round: It absolutely never runs in a browser. PHP is used to generate static HTML, to run code in a client, you still need to use JavaScript.
Oct
2
answered What is the motivation behind TypeScript?
Oct
2
comment What is the motivation behind TypeScript?
-1 So you don't like JavaScript. That's your statement, basically.
Sep
24
answered Proper Use Of HTML Data Attributes
Sep
16
awarded  Critic
Sep
16
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
-1 for that lousy link. (The pragmatic guide to HTML: Principles)
Aug
30
comment My father wants to learn PHP-MySQL to port his application. What I should do to help?
Is C# not an option? I would use it, if I were you. PHP is easy to start with, but also easy to find yourself creating a big mess. Furthermore your father would have to learn HTML and CSS, without it chances are not too god for a web based app. How about a Silverlight solution? It's web based and .NET
Aug
27
comment Rush to client-side in web development
I chose to accept this answer, because it is the most complete one. All the others have good points, but this is the most conclusive. Thanks everyone!
Aug
27
accepted Rush to client-side in web development
Aug
27
comment Rush to client-side in web development
Very good point indeed.