Thursday, 30 October 2014

PHP developers : PHP interview Questions and answers

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There are more then 150 Questions with answer-sheets for PHP developers to inprove their web development skills using PHP. 
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Que.1                                         D
Que.2                                         B
Que.3                                         D
Que.4                                         D
Que.5                                         A

         Website security using PHP

Que.1                                         A
Que.2                                         C
Que.3                                         B
Que.4                                         A
Que.5                                         C

            File system and PHP

Que.1                                       B
Que.2                                       C
Que.3                                       A
Que.4                                       B
Que.5                                       A

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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

PHP interview Questions to solve

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This morning i am here with some technical PHP interview questions for PHP developers to improve their web development skills. Solve these questions and prepare for interviews.

PHP Questions :


Questions Based on Functions :

Que.1 What will be the output of the following PHP code? 

  1.     echo str_pad("Salad", 5)." is good.";
  2. ?>
a) SaladSaladSaladSaladSalad is good
b) is good SaladSaladSaladSaladSalad
c) is good Salad
d) Salad is good

Que.2  What will be the output of the following PHP code ? 

  1.     function TV($string)
  2.     {
  3.         echo "my favourite TV show is ".$string;
  4.         function b()
  5.         {
  6.             echo " I am here to spoil this code";
  7.         }
  8.     }
  9.     b();
  10. ?>
a) I am here to spoil this code
b) Error
c) my favourite TV show isI am here to spoil this code
d) None of the above

Que.3  What will be the output of the following PHP code ?

function uppercase($string)


echo ucwords($string);


$wow = "uppercase";

$wow("Time to live king size");


b) Time to live king size
c) uppercase
d) Time To Live King Size

Que.4 What will be the output of the following PHP code? 

  1.     echo ucwords("i love my country");
  2. ?>
a) I love my country
b) i love my Country
c) I love my Country
d) I Love My Country

Que.5 What will be the output of the following PHP code? 

  1.     echo hex2bin("48656c6c6f20576f726c6421");
  2. ?>
a) Hello World!
b) welcome to india
c) This is PHP!
d) MCQ questons

Questions Based on Website security using PHP


Que.1 Which Apache directive outputs Apache’s server version, server name, port and compile-in modules?

a) ServerSignature
b) ServerName
c) ServerDetails
d) ServerInfo

Que.2  Which directive determines which degree of server details is provided if the ServerSignature directive is enabled?

a) ServerAddons
b) ServerExtra
c) ServerTokens
d) ServerDetails

Que.3 Which directive should we disable to obscure the fact that PHP is being used on our server?

a) show_php
b) expose_php
c) print_php
d) info_php

Que.4 Say I want to change the extension of a PHP file, which of the following statements should I edit to change from .php to .html in the httpd.conf file?

a) AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
b) AddType application/x-httpd-php .asp
c) AddType application/x-httpd-asp .php
d) AddType application/x-httpd-asp .asp

Que.5 The developers of PHP deprecated the safe mode feature as of which PHP version.

a) PHP 5.1.0
b) PHP 5.2.0
c) PHP 5.3.0
d) PHP 5.3.1

Questions Based on File system and PHP

Que.1 The filesize() function returns the file size in ___.

a) bits
b) bytes
c) kilobytes
d) gigabytes

2. Which one of the following PHP function is used to determine a file’s last access time?

a) fileltime()
b) filectime()
c) fileatime()
d) filetime()

3. Which one of the following function is capable of reading a file into an array?

a) file()
b) arrfile()
c) arr_file()
d) file_arr()

4. Which one of the following function is capable of reading a file into a string variable?

a) file_contents()
b) file_get_contents()
c) file_content()
d) file_get_content()

5. Which one of the following function is capable of reading a specific number of characters form a file?

a) fgets()
b) fget()
c) fileget()
d) filegets()

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Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Things You Can Do Only on Android

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Android (Google) and iOS (Apple) are two major operating systems of Mobile Application Development. In many ways iOS is starting to resemble like Android, with like extensions and third-party keyboards, while Android is looking to close the gap on iOS in terms of design with the new Material Design philosophy.
But still There are some things you can do on android only.

Things You Can Do Only on Android
1. Smarten up your home screen :

 How customisable a latter is, it is one of the big difference between ios and android. You can install a launcher that replaces your home screen, and there are a number of different reasons to do this too. An app like NOVA Launcher lets you customise almost all the elements of your home screen, such as the size of the grid, the number of icons in the dock, adding widgets to the dock and much more.

2. Automate everything :

On the iPhone, you can install IFTTT and automate some of the functions on your phone. It's pretty neat but limited. If you want to do more though, then you should check out Android apps like Tasker and Llama. Tasker  (paid app), Llama (free) - both are powerful automation tools. You can set up a geofence to turn your phone's Wi-Fi on when you're near your home or office, and keep it off the rest of the time to conserve battery. And you could disable the password when your phone is connected to the home Wi-Fi, for easy access, but re-enable it when you're outdoors, so your phone is never unlocked when you're not at home. Give it access to your calendar and you can have it keep quiet in meetings, and using your location it can automatically go silent when you're inside a cinema hall.

3. Make calls easier :
Calling someone from an iPhone still means either searching through your contacts, or dialling a number from memory. Android phone makers usually put their own diallers which have different features, but you can also turn to apps like Dialer+ and Ready contact list to add functionality. With Dialer+, for example, you get a T9 dialer so you can use the same keypad to either enter a contact's name or phone number, and it searches your contacts and shows matches while you dial.

4.  Download Torrents :

There are a lot of different legal torrents available, through which you can download software or free media. Downloading these torrents on an iPhone isn't possible though - you'll have to use a workaround such as using a webapp or Dropbox to trigger your desktop torrent software via a 'watch' folder. If you're an Android user though, the download can take place right on your phone, with the official BitTorrent App on Google Play. The popular movie torrent service Popcorn Time is also available for Android users.

 5.  Manage files :
With iOS 8, Apple introduced iCloud Drive, that lets apps share files with each other. But there's still no way to browse the files stored on your local device. On Android, using the default file manager can be fairly confusing, but thanks to apps like ES File Explorer you can find everything with a simple swipe. ES File Explorer is our favourite file management app, and aside from the basic functions of browsing and editing the contents of your storage, it also lets you see all the media or documents in one place, making it easy to keep track of your data.

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Monday, 27 October 2014

Google to launch a mobile messaging app in 2015

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Here is a big news about mobile application development...

As we all know that google has lost whatsapp to facebook in a multibillion dollar acquisition bid. Now google is planning to launch its own mobile messaging app which google is likely to test in India and other emerging markets. Google sent Nikhyl Singhal ( Top product manager ) to india to do a research of the messaging app ecosystem in the country as the company looks to catch up on an opportunity it lost to others. Singhal, who is a product management director for Hangouts, Photos, Google+ core & Platform, is also touring other countries in Asia Pacific to understand local ecosystems better.

The Google messenger is in early stages of development and is likely to be launched in 2015.

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Sunday, 26 October 2014

Techniques to Gamify a Mobile App

1. Set objectives :

  Just like when you market your app, set objectives and goals before you begin. What do you hope to achieve by implementing these techniques? Do you want your retention levels or engagement to increase or do you want to build a viral loop?
Don’t integrate gamification just because it’s a tactic used by other apps and games. The successful ones have a well thought-out plan and a compelling reason to build it in.

2. Add value :

With your gamification technique, people should feel like they’ve accomplished something special or difficult, they outdid themselves or others or they learned something really awesome.

3. Ingrained in the ecosystem : 

  Rewards and leaderboards don’t work for all types of apps. With your objectives in mind, you must figure out what suits your app best. Build techniques that are well ingrained in the ecosystem of your app to keep a seamless experience.
Depending on the type of app and current user behavior, gamify those parts that allows for user acquisition, engagement, behavior modification and management, commerce or loyalty.

4. Keep it simple :

  I’ve seen many apps that had a good core offering, but the moment they started to gamify, the experience became too complicated. Gamification can be overwhelming for the developer with many parts to handle at the backend, but don’t make it difficult for your users. After all, these are your most engaged users already, you don’t want to put a fork in their experience going forward.
Rather, you want to make it really simple for them to engage further with your gamification techniques. Provided that you are already maintaining some user score, you can gradually unlock features based on the score or level. This approach allows you to keep the first experience simple and gradually add more value later on.

5. Build sharing loops :
Gamifying alone won’t help much unless your users get to flaunt their achievements. And in turn, that flaunting will help in customer acquisition for your app as well. So by all means, build loops into your implementation that enables your users to share their achievements on their social-media networks.

6. Quick rewards :

  It’s natural to assume that a big reward at the end of the complete experience will drive users to be engaged. However, the truth is that users are engaged far more if you break that one big reward into smaller bits that are doled out more frequently at certain milestones. This will give your users a sense of achievement, making them more likely to stay engaged.

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Saturday, 25 October 2014

Common Traits of the Biggest Apps

1. Solve a problem :

Every successful app you see in the app store solves a problem. The app solves it so well that those customers cannot imagine going about their lives doing the same things without the app.

Ask before starting, is this a problem worth solving? Is it really that big a pain point of the customer? What are the other current options available to your user? What is lacking in those solutions?
Answers to these questions will help you make a better app that will resonate with your users.
For example, Whatsapp, which did very little marketing but grew a huge audience (we all know about the $19 billion Facebook deal, unless you live in a cave) by solving such an intrinsic problem that mobile phone users had.
While BlackBerry’s BBM messenger helped BlackBerry users to message each other without having to pay separate messaging charges, Whatsapp allowed those same users now to message their friends and extended network with other phone brands such as Android or iPhone, with the same benefit of no messaging charges.

2. Easy to use :

Have you realized how easy it is to navigate the apps that you use on a regular basis? Successful apps are the easiest to use with the simplest of navigation.
The interfaces are not confusing, the app doesn’t require you to go through a tutorial on how to use it and actually simplifies the way you currently do those tasks.
Invest in building a fantastic user experience (UX) that even a two year old can pick up and interact with. Even if the graphics are not world class, as long as you create something that is functional and extremely simple to use, you’ve got a winner.
GolfLogix, potentially the number-one golf app, doesn’t really give you the most beautiful-looking interface (there are better looking golf apps), but it is highly functional and very easy to navigate and use.

3. Not cross platform :

I’ve come across many entrepreneurs and businesses wanting to build a cross-platform app, and the underlying reason is cost savings.
My simple response to them, and to you, is, can you name a single successful consumer app that is cross-platform that you use regularly? I can't identify one.
There is a reason why successful apps are completely native and built for that particular platform. That is because it enables them to harness the full power of the platform and the operating system along with the phone features.
You simply cannot deliver a world-class experience by taking shortcuts in developing it.

4. Commitment to iterate/update frequently :

No successful app made it big on day one. They also did not look like what they do now. Every successful app started with a set of features and has evolved over time to add, enhance or make changes. Some have completely pivoted.
To give you an example, Instagram was a whole different app (Burbn) and so was Whatsapp (it originally started out as a status update app).
Your app is just not going to be perfect when you first put it up on the app store. As much as you believe it to be, you will get customer feedback and comments or an analysis of their behavior (if you’ve well integrated analytics into the app).
Apps are not a one-time product development. To be successful, you have to stay committed and take feedback from your customers and constantly iterate and continue to offer a better solution.

5. Strong support. 

“Customer support is the very rare opportunity to connect to your customers on an emotional level. You can’t do that in any other way,” said Leo Widrich, co-founder of buffer sponse rate, almost within the hour of an issue being reported.

Gary Vaynerchuk has said, “I genuinely believe that any business can create a competitive advantage through giving outstanding customer care.”

6. It is a business :

The fundamentals of building an app or a business are the same. In fact, an app is a business -- if you treat it like one, you will go far and wide and make money along the way.

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Friday, 24 October 2014

PHP Questions With Answersheets

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This morning i am here with the answer-sheet of yesterday's test that is "PHP  technical interview questions-2" for PHP Developers.. check your skills and prepare for technical interviews...

There are more then 150 Questions with answer-sheets for PHP developers to inprove their web development skills using PHP. 

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                    Object tools
Que.1                                          C
Que.2                                          A
Que.3                                          B
Que.4                                          D
Que.5                                          C

      Introduction to Preg in php

Que.1                                         D
Que.2                                         B
Que.3                                         A
Que.4                                         C
Que.5                                         A

                Image uploading

Que.1                                        D
Que.2                                        C
Que.3                                        A
Que.4                                        B
Que.5                                        C

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