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Web Apps for Developers and Noobs

This is a tool that will create a private URL and store any requests sent to it. Then you can inspect the data and share the reports with collaborators. Generated URLs are password protected.

Hook It!

"The Javascript and CSS Uglifier" will "minify" your JavaScript and CSS code. It is also able to compile LESS and SASS code into CSS and minify it.

Uglify It!

"The String Converter" allows you to hash, encode or decode strings using (almost) any known technique. It can be used through the web interface or through my publicly available API.

Encode/Hash It!

"Simple HTTP Requests" is a tool that simplifies API testing. It sends GET or POST HTTP requests to a specified API end-point and saves responses to allow easy sharing and review.

Start Testing!

Latest Tutorials and Other Fun Stuff

3 solutions for sorting multidimensional arrays by child keys or values in PHP

January 29, 2017
sorted lego pieces
One of the tasks that less experienced programmers find really difficult is to sort multidimensional arrays by one of the values in the child arrays. In today's tutorial I'm going to show you 3 ways of achieving that - you decide which ones seems easier for you and provides the best performance....
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Develop your own MVC application in PHP

October 14, 2016
railroad-traffic-controller-lights
In this tutorial I will show you how easy it is to create your own MVC application in PHP without using a framework. MVC or model-view-controller is an architectural pattern which is a fancy phrase for 'a method of structuring your application' so that you can write reusable code and maintainable code. ...
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