I am quite sure that most of web developers know what the SQL injection is, and nowdays it seems that even junior developers know basics on how to protect web applications against this type of hacker attack. However, I often see web developers underestimate the level of potential threat. Some web developers think: "We are too small to be interesting for hackers", but they forget that security wholes in their applications can be used to attack other resources, systems and users.
In this post I am not going to show how to attack web applications using an SQL injection, but I'd like to show why SQL injection is dangerous and also how to protect against SQL injection.Continue reading
In this release JQuery core developers threw out the support for Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 (Yay!). Thanks to this, the size of the library has decreased by 12% and now it's smaller and faster. It can be even smaller if you make your own build, disabling some of built-in default modules (there is 12 of them).
Those who need old IE support should remain on the branch 1.x, which will continue supporting old IE versions.Continue reading
There is a lot of different blogs exist in the Internet. However, every day people set up tons of new blogs, and at the same time huge number of blogs die every day. So, why would people create and run their own blogs?Continue reading
Being a web developer, I personally like short solutions, and when I code, I try to write as less code as possible. At the same time the code has to be readable for other developers without using comments.
If you want to combine create/update function into one, MySQL offers you a very useful statement : INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE.Continue reading