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  1. I'm having a hard time figuring out the logic for creating a private messaging system that allows for more than 2 participants. What kind of database setup could I use to do this? I don't want to have a table with field for "user1", "user2", "user3", etc. because it strikes me as terribly inefficient and just messed up. How can I store the users of a conversation? Maybe have a table for conversations, messages, and participants? Then all the users inside the participants table that are filed under the specific conversation ID are allowed to access? Would there be a way to do it wit
  2. PHP for all its sins is a very powerful tool. In terms of speed of productivity, nothing can touch it. Throw some code into a script, upload it and you are done! However this ease comes at a cost: what first appears to be "quick and easy" turns out to be an maintenance nightmare. Writing clean and robust code in PHP is hard. Often times, many newcomers do not always have a background in software engineering. This mixture of ease of use combined with no formal training in clean architecture can lead to "spaghetti code". This is one of the reasons PHP has gotten a bad reputation among pr
  3. This following will allow you to upload a .csv file via a web form then insert that data into a MYSQL database. I had a request for it this morning and so now that I have it created I figured I would share. Let me know if you see anything that would be an improvement. Step 1 - Create Web Form <form enctype="multipart/form-data" action="uploader.php" method="POST"> <input type="hidden" name="MAX_FILE_SIZE" value="100000" /> Choose a file to upload: <input name="uploadedfile" type="file" /><br /> <input type="submit" value="Upload File" /> </form>
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