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Configuring app.yaml The configurations for a Google App Engine application are stored in an app.yaml file. This file will help specify how URL paths correspond with request handlers and static file. (Read more). I'd suggest reading through the documentation provided above to learn about the app.yaml file options. Below I've organized some…

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Using GAE Memcache One of the benefits of using GAE is the ability to scale up to 7 billion requests per day and automatically scale down when traffic slows. This is great for users who don't know or want to handle scaling hardware when traffic increases. Hwoever above all it's a…

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Using Google app Engine Recently I've been enjoying the experience of working with the Google App Engine for PHP (GAE). One of the benefits of using GAE is the ability to scale up to 7 billion requests per day and automatically scale down when traffic slows. This is great for users…

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Disclaimer: I'm writing this article to serve as a sort of guide for my own startup business also to document what I've learned so far. (Disclaimer: I am a developer by trade/education). I welcome comments and discussion in the hopes of learning more and expanding my knowledge of this topic…

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The inspiration for creating this plugin came from a blog I follow. Paul Lewis wrote on his blog about Better password form fields and I really liked his design for an inline approach to password verification. I also wholeheartedly agree with him on the issue that some of the settings many…

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Generate Card via Stripe.js Stripe.js makes it easy to collect credit card (and other similarly sensitive) details without having the information touch your server. (Read More) First, load the Stripe JS API. <script type="text/javascript" src="https://js.stripe.com/v2/"></script> Second, on submit of the form, the following code is executed and will run the stripeResponseHandler() method. Note: $form.submit() instead…

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