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2a0++ misunderstanding

November 8, 2013 by Paulina Budzoń

The following eval’ed code was caused a lot of misunderstanding: https://eval.in/61309. The code looks like this:

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$a = "2a0";

for($i = 0; $i < 50; $i++) {
    print "$a\n";
    $a++;
}
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Node.js: using socket.io with cluster module

August 26, 2012 by Paulina Budzoń

I’ve been recently working on a project that uses Node.js with cluster module and socket.io and I noticed that a lot of people that try to use Node.js with socket.io have problems with how to make it work with cluster module.

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Accessing Gmail with oAuth authorization in PHP

December 18, 2011 by Paulina Budzoń

Recently, I’ve joined a project that required accessing Gmail accounts using oAuth authentication with PHP. It turns out, that’s not such a very simple thing to do, especially with PHP - Zend has a very nice implementation for it, but the wiki page is terribly old and outdated… I’ve lost a few hours looking for a nice and clean solution and found a “handmadeimap” project done by Pete Warder some time ago. Bad thing is, the latest commit was done in 2010. The good thing: not much has changed since then, so the code works perfectly. It’s even better to use that php-imap extension, as you need to use raw IMAP commands, which gives you the chance to use, for example, gmail’s special X-GM-RAW extension to SEARCH command.

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