Just wanted to post a quick update on what has been happening in the past week or so.
When we create an account on a website, we are essentially trusting the service to be secure and we pray that our data will be safe. But, is it? Implementing good security in a website can sometimes seem like a daunting task, but the trick is to attack each vulnerability one by one. Passwords are one of those vulnerabilities, and users expect that your system will securely encrypt them so that prying eyes can stay shut.
I published my first project on GitHub called Database (super clever name, I know) which is a PHP framework for MySQL that makes interacting with databases easier. The purpose of this article is to introduce you to the MySQLi extension that it uses, and to explain why I built this framework.
Hey all, and welcome to my personal site and blog. The site itself is pretty self-explanatory: it’s a place for people to go to whenever they want to know more about me and where they can easily find out how to contact me. It’s also where I will be able to publish content, such as coding experiments and interesting posts on various topics. I plan to write mostly about web development, but since this is my personal site I might also do reviews, rants, and anything else I find worth talking about.