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When building a traditional web application in PHP we don’t care about reloading it. We make some changes in the source code, save it, then make the request in the browser or some other client and we can see these changes. They have already applied automatically because of the nature of PHP, its request-response model. On every new request each time we bootstrap the whole application.
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We are already storing data in our database but what about files? Let's upload images!
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After finishing products now its time to also connect our order routes to the database.
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Let's improve our Http responses and make them self-descriptive.
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Let's ensure that only right data makes it into the database.
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It's time to actually persist the data in the database.
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It's time to actually persist the data in the database.
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Let's add a database connection and make our first asynchronous query.
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Let's parse the request body so that our RESTful API can receive and use data.
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Previously we have used Basic HTTP Authentication to protect our RESTful API. This authentication method is pretty simple, but in most cases, it can be used only in the internal network with server-to-server communication. For example, we can’t store Basic Authentication credentials to mobile devices. JSON Web Tokens is another solution to protect our RESTful API.
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In the previous article, we have created a RESTful API on top of ReactPHP HTTP server. Now we want to protect our API and add authentication. When it comes to securing a RESTful API things became interesting because a truly RESTful API should remain stateless. It means that the server doesn’t store sessions, all the information that the server needs to handle each request should be contained in the request itself.
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In this tutorial, we will use a proxy server to hide our scraper.
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In this tutorial, we asynchronously download images.
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In this tutorial, we asynchronously store scraped data into MySQL database.
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Downloading files asynchronously with ReactPHP.
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When building a web application on top of ReactPHP you can face a problem with defining routes. In this video, we will cover usage of a third-party router in your ReactPHP application.
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Want to use PSR-15 middleware in your ReactPHP application? In this video, I'll show you how.
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In this tutorial, you will get a pretty good understanding of how and why and when we use middleware in reactPHP.
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In this tutorial, I'll show you how we can handle POST requests in ReactPHP and parse the data which have been sent within the body of these requests.
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Path variables are one of the ways to provide input via HTTP request. In this tutorial, we cover query strings and how we handle them in ReactPHP.

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