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About jbwebdesign

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  1. Angular Js Directive Canvas

    Hello, I am working on creating an angular js directive for using HTML5 Canvas My goal is to output a canvas and use Font Awesome icons for writing inside of the canvas. My code is the following, however the problem i have is that the font awesome icons don't seem to render: angular.module('myApp') .directive('customButtonCanvas', ['$document', function($document) { return { restrict: 'A', scope: { width : '=', height : '=', options : '=' }, link: function(scope, element){ console.log(scope); console.log(element); //first lets get the canvas element from our template.... var ctx = element[0].getContext('2d'); ctx.font = "40px FontAwesome"; ctx.fillText("\uf000", 120, 120); console.log(ctx); } }; }]); any help with this will be greatly appreciated. thanks!
  2. Hello guys, i am trying to create an api request but the problem i have is that the code is not written in PHP. they only have Ruby and Python samples. can someone please help me so that i can create a request to the api with PHP. import hashlib import hmac import urllib2 import time API_KEY = 'YOUR-API-KEY' API_SECRET = 'YOUR-API-SECRET' def get_http(url, body=None): opener = urllib2.build_opener() nonce = int(time.time() * 1e6) message = str(nonce) + url + ('' if body is None else body) signature = hmac.new(API_SECRET, message, hashlib.sha256).hexdigest() opener.addheaders = [('ACCESS_KEY', API_KEY), ('ACCESS_SIGNATURE', signature), ('ACCESS_NONCE', nonce)] try: return opener.open(urllib2.Request(url, body)) except urllib2.HTTPError as e: print e return e print get_http('https://thewebsite.com/api/v1/account/').read()
  3. Web Sockets Help Needed

    Hello, i have been researching some real time functionality and i would like to create a realtime website. something that can function similar to an auction. for this, i would like to use web sockets but i can't figure out how to use web sockets with php. can anyone help me? i have some code below..... server.php #!/php -q <?php /* >php -q server.php */ error_reporting(E_ALL); set_time_limit(0); ob_implicit_flush(); $master = WebSocket("localhost", 8752); $sockets = array($master); $users = array(); $debug = false; while(true){ $changed = $sockets; socket_select($changed,$write=NULL,$except=NULL,NULL); foreach($changed as $socket){ if($socket==$master){ $client=socket_accept($master); if($client<0){ console("socket_accept() failed"); continue; } else{ connect($client); } } else{ $bytes = @socket_recv($socket,$buffer,2048,0); if($bytes==0){ disconnect($socket); } else{ $user = getuserbysocket($socket); if(!$user->handshake){ dohandshake($user,$buffer); } else{ process($user,$buffer); } } } } } //--------------------------------------------------------------- function process($user,$msg){ $action = unwrap($msg); say("< ".$action); switch($action){ case "hello" : send($user->socket,"hello human"); break; case "hi" : send($user->socket,"zup human"); break; case "name" : send($user->socket,"my name is Multivac, silly I know"); break; case "age" : send($user->socket,"I am older than time itself"); break; case "date" : send($user->socket,"today is ".date("Y.m.d")); break; case "time" : send($user->socket,"server time is ".date("H:i:s")); break; case "thanks": send($user->socket,"you're welcome"); break; case "bye" : send($user->socket,"bye"); break; default : send($user->socket,$action." not understood"); break; } } function send($client,$msg){ say("> ".$msg); $msg = wrap($msg); socket_write($client,$msg,strlen($msg)); } function WebSocket($address,$port){ $master=socket_create(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, SOL_TCP) or die("socket_create() failed"); socket_set_option($master, SOL_SOCKET, SO_REUSEADDR, 1) or die("socket_option() failed"); socket_bind($master, $address, $port) or die("socket_bind() failed"); socket_listen($master,20) or die("socket_listen() failed"); echo "Server Started : ".date('Y-m-d H:i:s')."\n"; echo "Master socket : ".$master."\n"; echo "Listening on : ".$address." port ".$port."\n\n"; return $master; } function connect($socket){ global $sockets,$users; $user = new User(); $user->id = uniqid(); $user->socket = $socket; array_push($users,$user); array_push($sockets,$socket); console($socket." CONNECTED!"); } function disconnect($socket){ global $sockets,$users; $found=null; $n=count($users); for($i=0;$i<$n;$i++){ if($users[$i]->socket==$socket){ $found=$i; break; } } if(!is_null($found)){ array_splice($users,$found,1); } $index = array_search($socket,$sockets); socket_close($socket); console($socket." DISCONNECTED!"); if($index>=0){ array_splice($sockets,$index,1); } } function dohandshake($user,$buffer){ console("\nRequesting handshake..."); console($buffer); list($resource,$host,$origin,$strkey1,$strkey2,$data) = getheaders($buffer); console("Handshaking..."); $pattern = '/[^\d]*/'; $replacement = ''; $numkey1 = preg_replace($pattern, $replacement, $strkey1); $numkey2 = preg_replace($pattern, $replacement, $strkey2); $pattern = '/[^ ]*/'; $replacement = ''; $spaces1 = strlen(preg_replace($pattern, $replacement, $strkey1)); $spaces2 = strlen(preg_replace($pattern, $replacement, $strkey2)); if ($spaces1 == 0 || $spaces2 == 0 || $numkey1 % $spaces1 != 0 || $numkey2 % $spaces2 != 0) { socket_close($user->socket); console('failed'); return false; } $ctx = hash_init('md5'); hash_update($ctx, pack("N", $numkey1/$spaces1)); hash_update($ctx, pack("N", $numkey2/$spaces2)); hash_update($ctx, $data); $hash_data = hash_final($ctx,true); $upgrade = "HTTP/1.1 101 WebSocket Protocol Handshake\r\n" . "Upgrade: WebSocket\r\n" . "Connection: Upgrade\r\n" . "Sec-WebSocket-Origin: " . $origin . "\r\n" . "Sec-WebSocket-Location: ws://" . $host . $resource . "\r\n" . "\r\n" . $hash_data; socket_write($user->socket,$upgrade.chr(0),strlen($upgrade.chr(0))); $user->handshake=true; console($upgrade); console("Done handshaking..."); return true; } function getheaders($req){ $r=$h=$o=null; if(preg_match("/GET (.*) HTTP/" ,$req,$match)){ $r=$match[1]; } if(preg_match("/Host: (.*)\r\n/" ,$req,$match)){ $h=$match[1]; } if(preg_match("/Origin: (.*)\r\n/",$req,$match)){ $o=$match[1]; } if(preg_match("/Sec-WebSocket-Key2: (.*)\r\n/",$req,$match)){ $key2=$match[1]; } if(preg_match("/Sec-WebSocket-Key1: (.*)\r\n/",$req,$match)){ $key1=$match[1]; } if(preg_match("/\r\n(.*?)\$/",$req,$match)){ $data=$match[1]; } return array($r,$h,$o,$key1,$key2,$data); } function getuserbysocket($socket){ global $users; $found=null; foreach($users as $user){ if($user->socket==$socket){ $found=$user; break; } } return $found; } function say($msg=""){ echo $msg."\n"; } function wrap($msg=""){ return chr(0).$msg.chr(255); } function unwrap($msg=""){ return substr($msg,1,strlen($msg)-2); } function console($msg=""){ global $debug; if($debug){ echo $msg."\n"; } } class User{ var $id; var $socket; var $handshake; } ?> and client.php <html> <head> <title>WebSocket</title> <style> html,body{font:normal 0.9em arial,helvetica;} #log {width:440px; height:200px; border:1px solid #7F9DB9; overflow:auto;} #msg {width:330px;} </style> <script> var socket; function init(){ var host = "ws://localhost:8752/websocket/server.php"; try{ socket = new WebSocket(host); log('WebSocket - status '+socket.readyState); socket.onopen = function(msg){ log("Welcome - status "+this.readyState); }; socket.onmessage = function(msg){ log("Received: "+msg.data); }; socket.onclose = function(msg){ log("Disconnected - status "+this.readyState); }; } catch(ex){ log(ex); } $("msg").focus(); } function send(){ var txt,msg; txt = $("msg"); msg = txt.value; if(!msg){ alert("Message can not be empty"); return; } txt.value=""; txt.focus(); try{ socket.send(msg); log('Sent: '+msg); } catch(ex){ log(ex); } } function quit(){ log("Goodbye!"); socket.close(); socket=null; } // Utilities function $(id){ return document.getElementById(id); } function log(msg){ $("log").innerHTML+="<br>"+msg; } function onkey(event){ if(event.keyCode==13){ send(); } } </script> </head> <body onload="init()"> <h3>WebSocket v2.00</h3> <div id="log"></div> <input id="msg" type="textbox" onkeypress="onkey(event)"/> <button onclick="send()">Send</button> <button onclick="quit()">Quit</button> <div>Commands: hello, hi, name, age, date, time, thanks, bye</div> </body> </html> the problem i have is..... when i use server.php from shell, it seems to return the following: Server Started : 2013-07-08 09:58:50 Master socket : Resource id #4 Listening on : localhost port 8752 However, when i try to use it on the Client side, it doesn't connect at all. can someone please help me to figure out what i am doing wrong? any suggestion will be appreciated.
  4. Is Using To Much Ajax Bad?

    I've just looked into some realtime stuff and it looks like Websockets can be good for what i am looking to do. does anyone know weather websockets is the best way for me to go?
  5. Looping Through Arrays

    Try to use the foreach loop for the entire table....for example: <?php foreach($rotadetails as $rotadetail): ?> <table align="center" border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 width=633> <tr> <td colspan=7 valign=top style="height:4px; "></td> </tr> <tr align="center"> <td width="70" rowspan="2">Week <?php echo $i; ?></td> <td width="80" colspan=1 bgcolor="#DBE5F1">Breakfast</td> <td width="80" colspan=1 bgcolor="#DBE5F1">Lunch</td> <td width="80" colspan=1 bgcolor="#DBE5F1">Dinner</td> <td width="80" colspan=1 bgcolor="#DBE5F1">Bed</td> <td width="120" colspan=2 bgcolor="#DBE5F1">Extra Time</td> </tr> <tr align="center" bgcolor="#DBE5F1"> <td width="80" colspan=1>08:00-09:00</td> <td width="80" colspan=1>13:30-14:30</td> <td width="80" colspan=1>17:00-18:00</td> <td width="80" colspan=1>22:00-23:00</td> <td width="120" colspan=1>Start</td> <td width="60">Duration</td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan=1><?php echo date("l",$rotadetail['pa_rotaDate']); ?></td> <td colspan=1><?php echo $rotadetail['pa_hrs0800']; ?></td> <td colspan=1><?php echo $rotadetail['pa_hrs1300']; ?></td> <td colspan=1><?php echo $rotadetail['pa_hrs1700']; ?></td> <td colspan=1 bgcolor="#DBE5F1"><?php echo $rotadetail['pa_hrs2200']; ?></td> <td ><?php echo $rotadetail['pa_rotaETime']; ?></td> <td><?php echo $rotadetail['pa_rotaETimeDur']; ?></td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan=7 valign=top style="height:4px; "></td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan=1 align="right" valign=top>TOTAL </td> <td colspan=1><?php echo $bttot1; ?></td> <td colspan=1><?php echo $lttot1; ?></td> <td colspan=1><?php echo $tttot1; ?></td> <td colspan=1 bgcolor="#DBE5F1"><?php echo $nttot1; ?></td> <td colspan=2><?php echo $ettot1; ?></td> </tr> </table> <?php endforeach; ?>
  6. Help With Jquery And Loops

    well what i am trying to do is take the TABLE and convert it into a php array so that i can insert it into a MySQL database.
  7. Help With Jquery And Loops

    hello everyone, i am working on a script and i want to do the following i have a table that looks like this... <table> <tr> <td>Tuesday</td> <td>12/31</td> <td>New Years Eve</td> <td>Test</td> <td>Apples</td> <td>Oranges</td> <td>Bananas</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Monday</td> <td>12/30</td> <td>New Years Eve EVE</td> <td>Test</td> <td>Apples</td> <td>Oranges</td> <td>Bananas</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Sunday</td> <td>12/29</td> <td>New Years Eve Eve EVE</td> <td>Test</td> <td>Apples</td> <td>Oranges</td> <td>Bananas</td> </tr> </table> I want to convert EACH TR into a PHP ARRAY I want the code to look something like this and it does in the console, however i need to output all of it into a string: <?php array( "data" => 0, array( "Tuesday", "12/31", "New Years Eve", "Test", "Apples", "Oranges", "Bananas" ), "data" => 1, array( "Monday", "12/30", "New Years Eve EVE", "Test", "Apples", "Oranges", "Bananas" ), "data" => 2, array( "Sunday", "12/29", "New Years Eve Eve EVE", "Test", "Apples", "Oranges", "Bananas" ), ); ?> My Current Javascript code is as follows: var count = 0; $("#output").find('tr').each(function(){ count++ var array_str = 'array(' + '"data" => "' + count + '", array('; console.log(array_str); $(this).find('td').each(function(value){ var str = '"'+ value +'" => "'+$(this).text()+'",'; //this makes the php array keys //var str = Array(value); console.log(str); }); console.log("));"); }); Can anyone please help me to output the entire console code that gets returned into a string or into a DIV. thanks
  8. Is Using To Much Ajax Bad?

    Hello everyone, I am working on a website and i am using AJAX. I am sending requests to the server constantly to have a "LIVE" FEED. I am sending an ajax request to the server to reload a table constantly and another one to reload a different piece of data constantly etc. is there anything bad with doing this? will this run slow if i start to have more traffic?
  9. Facebook Connect Token Problem

    Hello everyone, i am working on a website that uses facebook api to login with facebook. However i am having a problem with the Javascript and PHP sdk. The problem is that i keep getting an unexpected error which basically expires the facebook Auth Token and then it logs the user out of the website then logs them back in. The code that i am using is below.... <?php require 'facebook.php'; $facebook = new Facebook(array( 'appId' => 'MY_APP_ID_HERE', 'secret' => 'MY_APP_SECRET', 'cookie' => true )); // See if there is a user from a cookie $user = $facebook->getUser(); if ($user) { try { // Proceed knowing you have a logged in user who's authenticated. $user_profile = $facebook->api('/me'); } catch (FacebookApiException $e) { echo '<pre>'.htmlspecialchars(print_r($e, true)).'</pre>'; $user = null; } } ?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html xmlns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml"> <body> <?php if ($user) { ?> Your user profile is <pre> <?php print htmlspecialchars(print_r($user_profile, true)) ?> </pre> <?php } else { ?> <fb:login-button></fb:login-button> <?php } ?> <div id="fb-root"></div> <script> window.fbAsyncInit = function() { FB.init({ appId: '<?php echo $facebook->getAppID() ?>', cookie: true, xfbml: true, oauth: true }); FB.Event.subscribe('auth.login', function(response) { window.location.reload(); }); FB.Event.subscribe('auth.logout', function(response) { window.location.reload(); }); }; (function() { var e = document.createElement('script'); e.async = true; e.src = document.location.protocol + '//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js'; document.getElementById('fb-root').appendChild(e); }()); </script> </body> </html> The error that i get when the user logs out is this: [error] => Array ( [message] => An active access token must be used to query information about the current user. [type] => OAuthException [code] => 2500 ) Can someone please tell me if i am doing something wrong? How can i get the session to NOT expire so fast?
  10. Online Casino Game

    Hello everyone, I have been thinking of making a casino (poker) game for iOS/Android/Website/facebook etc. Basically i want a clone of Zynga Poker app for iphone. The problem is that i'm not sure where to start. Does anyone have any suggestions on where i could start to make an app exactly like Zynga Poker?? I don't have much knowledge about Servers or Application Security. Also, if i need to hire a team to make this work, what type of job positions would be needed?
  11. MySQL LOAD LOCAL DATA HELP

    no problem
  12. MySQL LOAD LOCAL DATA HELP

    yes there is khanahk but sometimes when you have a Large database to import, that will not work because of php's limitations. so the best solution for that is to run a LOAD DATA query on the SQL.
  13. MySQL LOAD LOCAL DATA HELP

    For anyone who is trying to do something similar to what i have to do which is to LOAD a large database onto phpmyadmin..... here is what i did to solve my issue..... 1.) Login to cPanel and white list your ip address. ( go to the mysql remote access and enter your ip address) 2.) Download a program called MySQL Work Bench 3.) Connect to MySQL Workbench using the ip address that shows on on the left side of your cPanel (in my case it's a shared ip address because i am on a shared hosting account) 4.) After you have connected, create a table with the same fields that appear in your Large database file. (in my case it is a .csv file) 5.) use a similar query like the one below (i am on my mac, the path should be your own computer's path): in the example below, i am using the table name "targets" and the fields in my table are State,NPANXX,LATA,ZipCode,ZipCodeCount,ZipCodeFreq,NPA,NXX LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE '/Users/mycomputername/Downloads/2012-8-StandardAreaCodeDatabase-csv/2012-8-StandardAreaCodeDatabase.csv' INTO TABLE targets FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' LINES TERMINATED BY '\n' (State,NPANXX,LATA,ZipCode,ZipCodeCount,ZipCodeFreq,NPA,NXX); I hope i was able to help anyone else who had the same problem as me
  14. MySQL LOAD LOCAL DATA HELP

    hello, i am trying to load a large CSV file in the database and it's not working can someone please tell me what i'm doing wrong?? here is my query for the SQL LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE '/tmp/2012-8-StandardAreaCodeDatabase.csv' INTO TABLE targets FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' LINES TERMINATED BY '\n' (State,NPANXX,LATA,ZipCode,ZipCodeCount,ZipCodeFreq,NPA,NXX); but i get the following error: #2 - File 'tmp/2012-8-StandardAreaCodeDatabase.csv' not found (Errcode: 2)
  15. Help Using BOOLEAN

    i have no idea what the problem was..... but i found a way around it. by the way, i think the switch case statement is working correctly. i am trying to say that if the $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'] contains any of the following: ipad, iphone, android, ipod, webos then return is mobile. so that i can re-direct the user to a mobile compatible website. Thanks for your help
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