Need to make that webpage splashy or add some visuals to a seemingly monotonous page; below are some jQuery effects plugins that will help you add some visuals to your site.
Date/time programming is one of the tricky aspects of software development. Although inherently not complex in itself, coding date/time algorithms can be a subtle source of bugs. Especially in web development a feature such as payment subscription processing that ranges from days to weeks to months can get complex quickly. Also such kind of scenarios require additional features like auto renewal, scheduled email alerts to subscribers etc. Such kind of features require good date/time handling algorithms and libraries that handle such chores are always welcome.
My standard debugging tool when using PHP is xdebug. Pairing xdebug with Komodo gives me a very productive environment for building PHP applications. However, testing an application code on a hosted server can be many times frustrating as one has only the
var_dump functions at our disposal. What I need is a library that I can easily install on the server and start using.
X-editable is a library which allows you to create editable elements on your page. It can be used with bootstrap, jquery-ui, jquery and jQuery and includes both popup and inline modes. This library is not supposed to be used in place of a standard form, but in places where in-place editing is required, such as data tables where quick editing is required.