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PHP eFax

$99.00

A fax machine with a fax coming out saying 'PHP eFax' Since, eFax® Developer does not offer a PHP interface, we at Made to Order Software Corporation found that in order to offer a fax service to our restaurant customers who use Order Made!®, we had to write our own PHP library in order to integrate properly with eFax. Now we are offering this robust library to save you development time by giving you access to our source code.

Save yourself the headache of development time! Get PHP eFax now!

Works with PHP 4.x and PHP 5.x

$99.00

Can an iPod break your jaw?

Also I have an iPod, I won it (Yes. I did not buy it!) And I rather rarely listen to music in general anyway. In other words, I think I’m not at risk! However…

Many people have their iPod on their ears while running outside. Nothing wrong with that until… lightning strikes.

I’m not too sure why people would be running outside when there is a lightning storm, but the fact is that happens.

PHP eFax v1.1 released

In 2007, Made to Order Software created a software package to support the eFax protocol using PHP. Early in 2008, we offered the package for your developers to send faxes from your web server in just minutes anywhere in the world. Now, we offer PHP eFax version 1.1 that not only sends faxes, it also parses inbound faxes with a single call to the PHP eFax object.

eFax® is a company offering a reliable system to send and receive faxes cheaply. Their system works with the Internet and thus is directly accessible to your web server.

This newer version includes Unit Tests that are used to ...

LinuxWorld Conference & Expo 2008

This year, 2008, I decided to register and go to LinuxWorld. It is in August and my kids are not at school so it was easy to manage. Also, I had to go to the French consulate to get a birth certificate for my daughter. In other words, I had the chance to do two things at once!

I found it quite interesting to hear that many people were not too excited about the event. Many of the people walking around are like me: they themselves sell their own Linux solution. In other words, they are not going to be customers. I had the chance to talk with Roger Levi, the Vice President of the Open Platform ...

Pointers and proper exception handling...

Many C++ programmers have been C programmers first. Therefore, a lot of times, you find statements written this way:

ptr = new type;

if(ptr == 0) // handle error...

This is a C programmer that does not yet know that the new operator will throw an error if the allocation cannot happen. This makes a lot of sense, but what does that mean to the C++ programmer?