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CRUD using jQuery and Codeigniter - Part 6

in PHP added by iFadey, on 10/11/2010 AJAX codeigniter crud datatable framework jquery jqueryui pagination search sorting

In this part you will learn how to perform clientside search, table sorting, limit records display at a time, and clientside pagination using jQuery.

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Tips for working with Zend_Search_Lucene

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 10/3/2010 Zend advanced tutorials framework lucene search

A common misstep for a developer who is implementing Lucene for the first time is to stuff an overabundance of data inside it, reducing performance. For someone who doesn't have a background in natural language processing or information retrieval, some data normalization steps may not come naturally. This post specifically regards Zend_Search_Lucene, but much of my advice can be abstracted across various languages to other Lucene ports, such as Lucene.NET.

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Fuzzy Searching in PHP

in PHP added by porteightyeight, on 8/3/2008 AI advanced database search sql

This tutorial discusses creating an advanced fuzzy search engine using PHP and a database. The tutorial uses the example of a wiki application, but the concepts can easily be applied to other applications in different languages.

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Exploiting the Yahoo! APIs in PHP5

in PHP added by draicone, on 20/11/2007 api maps php5 rest search web service yahoo

A look at the various Yahoo APIs, such as those used by the Zend Framework's Yahoo Web Search feature, and how to interact with them directly using PHP.

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Googlifying Search Results

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 24/1/2006 content management google results search style

Most people are familiar with doing searches on Google, and how Google formats search results. First, the search criteria text appears in a bold font. Second, the text of the search results ends with an ellipsis (...) to let the user know that there is more information where that came from. These little UI features make it easy for readers to find what they are looking for.

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