Tuesday, 27 May 2014

The all new Moto e came and gone !!

Sold out on day 1 in India within 16 hours.

Get ready for a latest smartphone launched by the American company Motorola.After the success of MOTO G ,the Google company has come up with a smartphone having all specifications,a user desires to be in the phone plus it is cost effective. 

The smartphone was made available in Indian market on 14th may,2014 only on Flipkart and within hours it was sold out.Also the site crashed due to the prodigious response from the users,but recovered later.




While comparing the two phones one could easily see that the smartphones are not much of any difference in terms of specifications.

Similarities

BODY: 

The dimensions and weight are quite similar although motog is a bit larger.

DISPLAY:

Both have Capacitive touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, 16M colors with screen size differ only by 0.2 inches.

SOUND ,DATA ,BATTERY don't make much difference.

Differences:

As obvious you can't get the same phone with no differences at such a low price.The two phones differ in terms of size,features,Memory and camera .

SIZE:

MOTO E have 540x960 pixels screen while motog have 720x1280 PX .So,take care of the camera while considering the phone.

FEATURES:

OS : moto e has android 4.4.2(kitkat) version while moto g has Android 4.3 (jelly bean),"up-gradable".So,It's good to see a higher version in the cheaper phone. 

CHIPSET: moto e has  Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset while motog has  Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400.

CPU: In terms of speed moto g is much better as it has a quad core 1.2 GHz cortex A7 processor while moto e has a Dual-core 1.2 GHz cortex A7 processor.

Rest of the features are approximately same.

MEMORY:

Moto g doesn't provide the MicroSd card slot option so only internal memory(8/16 GB) is available which can annoying for some users while moto e has a expandable memory up to 32 GB with card slot available and has an internal storage of 4 GB .Both have 1 GB RAM.

CAMERA:

Both have a 5 MP camera but Auto focus and LED flash is only available in motog.
Then some of the camera features like touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama makes moto g more attractive then moto e which doesn't have these.And another main thing is the front camera,motog has one-1.3 MP but moto e users have to rely on the back camera only.

CONCLUSION: 
In terms of camera and processor,moto g will give you better and more reliable experience but this is a good buy for people who need a phone to make calls, last throughout the day and occasional gaming like temple run,subway for their kids.Don't forget that you are getting a GB RAM Android smartphone at such a low cost .So,Pre-book orders for the phone as it is not available at the flip kart store right now.Else,"the came and gone thing " will repeat.


 







Wednesday, 15 January 2014

free live chat software for website

free php chat script


Easy to use and embed, this chat software is in best working condition as relative to other fake softwares available and works in variety of platforms like php, .net ,word press ,joomla, drupal and many other technologies. 

Installation :

From the official website of the software, http://codologic.com, just download the freichat software ,extract and save the folder containing s/w in your CMS(content management software) installed directory.
CMS can be Xampp, wamp etc or any computer program through which you are publishing or editing your website.
For Example, If you have installed wamp, freichat folder should be placed in your wamp/www/freichat.
Then the click on install button and follow the steps given on the website http://codologic.com/docs/doku.php?id=wiki:freichat:installation-guide


Live demo of the working of s/w is available on the website .Simple chat is available free and to embed video chat, certain payment has to be done.

So,embed the free chat software in your website to give it a look of a social networking site.Many more option along with chat are available,to find out just explore the official website.

Enjoy!!!!!






Saturday, 30 November 2013

PHP registration form validation code with MySQL database connectivity

registration form in php and mysql with validation

Here i am providing  you the single php code required to create a simple signup/registration form with all the necessary validations and connectivity with mysql database so that the user input data can be stored in the database.

Software used : WAMP/XAMPP OR ANY SUPPORTING PHP.

The form will look like this :




Just follow these steps at time of using the code:

  • In the database connectivity portion of the code change the phpmyadmin username and password to that of yours.
  • Create the database "user_signup" and table "user" in phpmyadmin (code is provided for that as comment ).
  • In the "user_signup" database, Just run the  "create table..." query provided in run sql query section in phpmyadmin to create the table "user" .
  • Now save the code as "form1.php"  in the wamp/xampp root directory from where you will run the code in the browser.
  • when user fills up the form and press submit ,the data will be inserted in the database and user redirects to the same signup form.( change the header location in the code if you wish to direct user to some other page).

 The code is as follows :

 <html>  
 <head>  
 <?php  
 //form validation  
 // define variables and set to empty values  
 $fname = $lname = $email = $address = $gender = @$memtype = "";  
 @$uname = @$passn = "";  
 if ($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST")  
 {  
  $fname = test_input($_POST["fname"]);  
  $lname = test_input($_POST["lname"]);  
  $email = test_input($_POST["email"]);  
  @$address = test_input($_POST["add"]);  
  @$gender = test_input($_POST["gen"]);  
  @$uname = test_input($_POST["username"]);  
  @$passn = test_input($_POST["pass"]);  
  @$memtype = test_input($_POST["mtype"]);  
 }  
 function test_input($data)  
 {  
  $data = trim($data);  
  $data = stripslashes($data);  
  $data = htmlspecialchars($data);  
  return $data;  
 }  
 ?>  
 <?php  
 // define variables and initialize with empty values  
 $fnameErr = $lnameErr = $emailErr = $addressErr= $ageErr= $unameErr = $passnErr= $genderErr = $memtypeErr = "";  
 $fname1 = $age1 = $lname1 = $email1 = $address1 = $gender1 = $passn1 = $uname1 = $memtype1 = "";  
 if ($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") {  
  $valid = true;  
      if(empty($_POST["fname"])) {  
     $fnameErr = "Missing Firstname";  
     $valid =false;  
      }  
   else {  
     $fname1 = test_input($_POST["fname"]);  
           // check if name only contains letters and whitespace  
   if (!preg_match("/^[a-zA-Z ]*$/",$fname))  
    {  
    $fnameErr = "Only letters and white space allowed";  
    $valid=false;  
       }  
   }  
      if (empty($_POST["lname"])) {  
     $lnameErr = "Missing Lastname";  
      $valid=false;  
      }  
   else {  
     $lname1 = test_input($_POST["lname"]);  
     // check if name only contains letters and whitespace  
   if (!preg_match("/^[a-zA-Z ]*$/",$lname))  
    {  
    $lnameErr = "Only letters and white space allowed";  
    $valid=false;  
       }  
      }  
      if (empty($_POST["email"])) {  
     $emailErr = "Missing email address";  
     $valid=false;  
      }  
   else {  
     $email1 = test_input($_POST["email"]);  
           // check if e-mail address syntax is valid  
   if (!preg_match("/([\w\-]+\@[\w\-]+\.[\w\-]+)/",$email))  
    {  
    $emailErr = "Invalid email format";  
    $valid=false;  
       }  
   }  
   if (empty($_POST["add"])) {  
     $addressErr = "specify Address ";  
     $valid=false;  
      }  
   else {  
     $address1 = test_input($_POST["add"]);  
   }  
   if (!isset($_POST["gen"])) {  
     $genderErr = "specify your gender";  
     $valid=false;  
      }  
   else {  
     $gender1 = test_input($_POST["gen"]);  
   }  
      if (!isset($_POST["mtype"])) {  
     $memtypeErr = "specify your membership type";  
     $valid=false;  
      }  
   else {  
     $memtype1 = test_input($_POST["mtype"]);  
   }  
      if (empty($_POST["age"])) {  
   }  
   else {  
     $age = test_input($_POST["age"]);  
      if (preg_match("/^[a-zA-Z ]*$/",$age))  
    {  
    $ageErr = "Invalid age";  
    $valid=false;  
       }  
       }  
      if (empty($_POST["username"])) {  
     $unameErr = "specify your username";  
     $valid=false;  
      }  
   else {  
     $uname1 = test_input($_POST["username"]);  
   }  
      if (empty($_POST["pass"])) {  
     $passnErr = "specify your password";  
     $valid=false;  
      }  
   else {  
     $passn1 = test_input($_POST["pass"]);  
   }  
      }  
 // here form validation ends        
 ?>  
 <?Php  
 /*  
 --  
 -- Database: `user_signup`  
 --  
 -- --------------------------------------------------------  
 --  
 -- Table structure for table `user`  
 --  
 CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `user` (  
  `FirstName` char(30) NOT NULL,  
  `LastName` char(30) NOT NULL,  
  `Email` char(30) DEFAULT NULL,  
  `CPhone` mediumtext,  
  `Address` varchar(70) DEFAULT NULL,  
  `Age` int(11) DEFAULT NULL,  
  `Gender` char(10) DEFAULT NULL,  
  `UserName` varchar(20) NOT NULL,  
  `Password` varchar(20) NOT NULL,  
  `MType` char(10) NOT NULL,  
  `UId` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,  
  PRIMARY KEY (`UId`)  
 ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1 AUTO_INCREMENT=1 ;  
 */  
 ?>  
 <?php  
 //mysql database connectivity  
 //inserting form data into the database  
 if(@$valid==true)  
       {  
 $con= mysql_connect("localhost","username","password");  //change the username and password  
 mysql_select_db("user_signup", $con);  
 @$a=$_POST['fname'];  
 @$b=$_POST['lname'];  
 @$c=$_POST['email'];  
 @$d=$_POST['cell'];  
 @$e=$_POST['add'];  
 @$f=$_POST['age'];  
 @$g=$_POST['gen'];  
 @$i=$_POST['username'];  
 @$j=$_POST['pass'];  
 @$h=$_POST['mtype'];  
 mysql_query("insert into user (FirstName,LastName,Email,CPhone,Address,Age,Gender,Username,Password,MType) values('$a','$b','$c','$d','$e','$f','$g','$i','$j','$h')");  
 header("Location:form1.php");  
 mysql_close($con);  
       }  
 ?>  
 </head>  
 <style>  
 div.ex  
 {  
 width:600px;  
 padding:30px;  
 border:7px solid red;  
 margin:4px;  
 }  
 body  
 {  
 background-image:url("bg.jpg");  
 }  
 </style>  
 <body >  
 <center>  
 <h2><b><i><u>Signup</u></i></b></h2>  
 <div class="ex">  
 <form action="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]);?>" method="post" >  
 <table id="rtid1" border="0" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" width="600">  
 <tr id="rtrid1">  
 <td><b>FirstName*:</b></td>  
 <td>  
 <input id="FirstName" name="fname" value="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($fname);?>" type="text" maxlength="60" style="width:146px; border:1px solid #999999" />  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$fnameErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td>  
 </tr>   
 <tr>  
 <td><b>lastName*:</b></td>  
 <td>  
 <input id="LastName" name="lname" value="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($lname);?>" type="text" maxlength="60" style="width:146px; border:1px solid #999999" />  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$lnameErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr>  
 <td>  
 <b>Email address*:</b>  
 </td>  
 <td>  
 <input id="FromEmailAddress" name="email" type="text" value="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($email);?>" maxlength="60" style="width:200px; border:1px solid #999999" />  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$emailErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr id="rtrid2">  
 <td><b>Cell Phone:</b></td>  
 <td><input id="CellPhone" name="cell" type="text" maxlength="43" style="width:200px; border:1px solid #999999" /></td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr id="rtrid3">  
 <td><b>Address *:</b></td>  
 <td><input id="StreetAddress1" name="add" type="textarea" value="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($address);?>" maxlength="120" style="width:300px; border:1px solid #999999" />  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$addressErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr id="rtrid4">  
 <td><b>Age:</b></td>  
 <td>  
 <input id="Age" name="age" type="text" maxlength="120" style="width:300px; border:1px solid #999999" />  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$ageErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr id="rtrid5">  
 <td><b>Gender*:</b></td>  
 <td>  
 <input type="radio" name="gen" <?php if (isset($gender) && $gender=="male") echo "checked";?> value="male" id= "rgm">Male  
 <input type="radio" name="gen" <?php if (isset($gender) && $gender=="female") echo "checked";?> value="female" id="rgf">Female  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$genderErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr >  
 <td><b>UserName*:</b></td>  
 <td>  
 <input id="Username" name="username" type="text" value="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($uname);?>" maxlength="60" style="width:146px; border:1px solid #999999" />  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$unameErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <tr>  
 <td><b>Password*:</b></td>  
 <td>  
 <input id="Password" name="pass" type="password" value="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($passn);?>" maxlength="60" style="width:146px; border:1px solid #999999" />  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$passnErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td><br>  
 </tr>  
 <tr id="rtrid6">  
 <td><b>Membership type*:</b></td>  
 <td>  
 <input type="radio" name="mtype" <?php if (isset($memtype) && $memtype=="ordinary") echo "checked";?> value="ordinary">Ordinary     
 <input type="radio" name="mtype" <?php if (isset($memtype) && $memtype=="premium") echo "checked";?> value="premium">Premium  
 <span class="error"><font color="red"><i><?php echo "&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp".$memtypeErr;?></i></font></span>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 <td colspan="2" align="center">  
 <br />  
 <br><input id="skip_Submit" name="skip_Submit" type="submit" value="Submit" /></br>  
 </br>  
 </td>  
 </tr>  
 </table>  
 <br/>  
 </form>  
 </div>  
 </center>  
 </body>  
 </html>  







Saturday, 9 November 2013

Bitdefender total security 2013 free Download with lifetime activation

bitdefender total security 2013 full version download






Bit defender total security 2013 comes up with all the features required for PC protection and is one of the best anti-virus in the market today.Not only does it protect your computer and files, but it is easy to use and since here's the free download link available just at the bottom so value doesn't matter.

Standout Features

* Effective antivirus protection

* Light footprint on your computer

Steps to Follow


  • After downloading, Open the folder named "~Get Your Software Here"

  • Then see the video "Bit Defender 2013 Lifetime Activation Video Tutorial - code3h.mp4" which will guide about the installation procedure.
  • Just follow the steps of the video to get the fully licensed version of bit defender for lifetime .


Here's the download Link


https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2l96xi72cwb3q6d/kSprc2QK1s









Sunday, 29 September 2013

learn php step by step through videos !!!!

 

Download free videos to learn php in few Hours!!!

What is php??


 

The PHP Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) is a programming language that allows web developers to create dynamic content that interacts with databases.It is a general-purpose server-side scripting language originally designed for Web development to produce dynamic Web pages and for developing web based software applications. . PHP is a server-side, cross-platform, HTML embedded scripting language.

PHP statements and commands are actually embedded in HTML documents having content of a webpage.When a webpage runs on a browser the php commands gives it output,displayed on the webpage which cannot be seen in the source code.

Here is the link from which you can download video tutorials - PHP fundamentals by Jeffrey way( editor of Nettuts+) which are very useful in understanding the basic concepts of php and its fundamentals.The videos are very easy to understand and describes all platforms required to run php etc.

Here's the download link 

https://www.mediafire.com/folder/z5h7d9e2z8r4q/php%20basics








Sunday, 22 September 2013

How to find email addresses from your own gmail Account?

How to find email addresses from your own gmail Account?


Finding valid email addresses on internet without much knowledge about a person is a tough task .You must have seen your mailing account got filled with  plenty of random emails send from people you never met and try to reply them , no response generally comes back.

These emails are generally sent by educational companies ,shopping websites etc for business purposes and advertisements.And at some point of time , somehow you entered your email address in a website to complete a survey and now they can send you as many emails they want till you unsubscribe.

From my long "re"search on the internet about email addresses, I found out that there are bulk of websites,softwares etc available to get random email addresses like Rapportive(its good),email permutator,Email address collector  etc.Certain websites directly offers you large no of addresses by make you complete some surveys but God know if they are valid or not!!!

Even though, it didn't worked for me , i tried many softwares and websites to get a genuine list of email addresses for some business purpose but most of them were wrong.I mailed them and suddenly a reply came to me saying:

 Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

     "xylem@gmail.com"

Technical details of permanent failure:
The email account that you tried to reach does not exist. Please try double-checking the recipient's email address for typos or unnecessary spaces.......................!!!

The tutorial will show you get a valid list of email addresses from your own gmail account without any software,website,blog etc.

1. Login to your gmail account
    

2. Now type "Fwd" in the search section of your account
   and press "enter".
                    



Now you will get a list of all "forwarded"emails you received that is they are send to you by another person who received it from some other one.  

3. Now select one of the mail and see inside.
          
                           
you may get a no of other recipients email addresses to whom the mail is sent or forwarded and the person's other mail addresses whom sent mail to you.
This is a zero time consuming and good practice to find out quick contacts and their mail info.

Thank you!!!


Wednesday, 14 August 2013

some most sought after open source big data tools!!



Big data is the term for a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools or traditional data processing applications.

  

The data is too big, moves too fast, or doesn’t fit the structures of your database architectures. To gain value from this data, you must choose an alternative way to process it.The challenges include capture, storage, search, sharing, transfer, analysis and visualization.So a need arises to know how Big data works? There are some open source tools , you can try your hands with.


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