In previous article I discussed about loading the Google map on a HTML page, adding-removing the markers and displaying info windows. In this article we are moving to the next step, here we are going to load markers from PHP generated XML file, edit and save marker information into the database, finally creating a total custom map for the website.
Here’s the list of some tutorials you might find useful for your web development projects.
If your website has hundreds of pages with many visitors everyday, you might want to implement some sort of caching mechanism for your website to speed up page loading time. Each client-server request consist of multiple database queries, server response and the processing time increasing overall page loading time. The most common solution is to make copies of dynamic pages called cache files and store them in a separate directory, which can later be served as static pages instead of re-generating dynamic pages again and again.
In the previous post, we’ve created a simple PHP session based shopping cart, now in this article we will integrating this shopping cart with our PayPal express checkout system. Main idea is to let users buy multiple items using PayPal, shopping cart collects the items users want to buy and then they’ll be able to pay for multiple items using their PayPal account.