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My Mashup Codebase

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

Now in 2019 a lot has changed, APIs that I used may no longer allow me to use them or at least they are not returning the data they used to return. I do not have the time and energy to fix this code, assuming it even can be fixed. Maybe I’ll get to it someday but right now you’re welcome to download it and look at pictures of how it used to work, but it is not running as well as it did eight years ago…

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DVD Collection Gallery Proof of Concept

Friday, May 6th, 2011

Although I took a long break I’m back to writing PHP. I’m still not enamored with PHP, but I’ve put too much time into it now to leave my code missing key features. The features I’ve been working on is support for collections of DVDs instead of just CDs. It will work for collections of anything, but I just decided to demo these two popular media formats…

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Refactoring PHP Code

Saturday, February 19th, 2011

Is not what I want to be doing now, or ever. I don’t like PHP. I never wanted to program in PHP. I’m just unemployed so I decided to build something and PHP is available on my webhost. Not finding very good examples or code out there I ended up writing a lot of PHP. So much I just started adding features and methods that might be of use to someone someday…

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How to make a web mashup

Friday, December 31st, 2010

How I made several web mashups using PHP and various APIs. I should have written this post sooner and I should have created my latest greatest mashup sooner, now I’ll really get to see how well I documented my code…

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Random CD Mashup is basically done

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Although I had to overcome a lot of difficulties with Amazon’s API I never gave up and completed another mashup. Alas as time as passed many APIs have become more restrictive so a decade later I can’t really recommend using the code I’ve written…

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