You need to be sure that the data that the client is sending you is what you expect.
This is not just for security reasons, protecting your data from misuse and intentional corruption, but also simply from unintentional mistakes in submitting data.
There are lots of useful libraries released every day, and with the help of Composer and Github, they are easy to discover and use. This is perfect for APIs, simple sites or prototypes: You can match specific types of HTTP requests and paths, render views and more.
It doesn't give you the full MVC setup, but you can define URL rules and methods to better organize your application.
The question is whether PHP cannot help us with built-in functions to perform these calculations for us.
It is obvious, that from version 5.3.0 and later, there is an OOP section, which is great, but unfortunately this version is still not updated everywhere. As I said, there are many ways to go in the wrong direction.
Yep agree, datepicker will enable you to decide which format to display the date (and possibly which format to send - depending on the datepicker itself).You can see that the PHP library breaks the process out in exactly this fashion by examining the code for the validate function.Let’s say we have the following problem: we have to check whether a date is more than a month ago or less than a month ago.Here, some developers will begin to predefine arrays to indicate the number of days in each month, which then will be used in their complicated calculations. Another big mistake is that 60*60*24*30, which is number of seconds in 30 days can be predefined as a constant.Validation of data is a fundamentally important aspect of a CRUD application.The steps required to validate the token are described in the JSON Web Token (JWT) Internet Draft.