Two-factor authentication is a type of authentication that “provides unambiguous identification of users by means of the combination of two different components.” These authentication components could be something that the user knows, something that the user possesses or something that is inseparable from the user. In this tutorial, you will learn how to implement two-factor authentication in PHP.
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As the usage of Bitcoin as a payment method is growing, many companies have started accepting payments in this virtual currency. More than 100,000 companies are currently accepting Bitcoin (some of them are large and well-known, such as Microsoft and Dell), making it the most popular virtual currency. Let’s see how it works and how to accept payments in Bitcoins in your Web application.
This tutorial discusses how to integrate MailChimp, one of the most popular mailing list services with PHP.
Get a comparison of the three leading forum software products written in PHP: vBulletin, phpBB and Kunena.
PHP developers have a great deal to choose from when it comes to testing and debugging tools, and in this article I’ll highlight 10 of my favorites.
By PHP Builder Staff on March 2, 2012 Getting started with PHP is no walk in the park. It’s a challenge just like any other programming language. When I was starting with PHP in December of ’98, I spent nearly 25 hours just trying to get PHP to compile on…
Although this is not a common combination, some might want to leverage the advantages of Windows servers, while still being able to develop and run PHP applications. In this tutorial, we will see how to install IIS Web server and PHP on a Windows Server 2012.
By PHP Builder Staff on March 2, 2012 A lot of beginning developers don’t understand that the web is “Stateless”. That means that the web server forgets who you are as soon as it sends you a page. So if you’re logged in as John Doe and viewing your bank…
Learn how to work with user defined interfaces using different object model mechanisms.