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I would highly recommend http://phpfui.com for this. Runs as a PHP script right on your server. Will produce static files if you need them for high volume sites. Easy to install and set up. Maybe 2 minutes to usable documentation for your code and all the third party code you use in your app.


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Laravel is an open-source widely used PHP framework. The platform was intended for the development of web application by using MVC architectural pattern. Laravel is released under the MIT license. Therefore its source code is hosted on GitHub. It is a reliable PHP framework as it follows expressive and accurate language rules. Why use Laravel? Laravel ...


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All of the above issues sound like they can be resolved with using Power BI. Power BI has come a long way and can now be embedded in PowerPoint files, plus you can view real time dashboards online via its web-based service (app.powerbi.com). Speaking from a professional perspective, I have 5+ years of experience in the field of analysis/reporting and have ...


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Maybe this will do: https://github.com/Dallas-Makerspace/calendar or this https://github.com/sabre-io/Baikal Both should fill the requirements i believe.


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I've used DokuWiki which is simpler than other wiki systems. No database need and has a very nice set of plugins for extending. Implies you learn the syntax, but allows for what you're looking for. You can make the "editable" nature of a wiki "private" (only small group of users or you only)


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I would definitely recommend you Visual Studio Code (VS Code). It is used by most of the developers nowadays, especially by those who build web, native or hybrid applications. It offers great documentation and its extensions (plugins) are just awesome. Its IntelliSense system, which is an AI service, provides you with a variety of code editing features. For ...


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I think WampServer is the best solutiom for you. Is a very updated proyect with the lastes versions also for 32 and 64 bits. The easiest way to switch and configure the versions you choose.


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Try Laragon. You can install PHP, Apache, Mysql and MailCatcher easily, choosing versions that Laragon offers. Link to Laragon


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You can use visualize javascript plugin such as AMCharts.js, D3.js, Chartjs to visualize your data but you need to have codding skills using javascript and use such libraries give you enough flexibility of choosing your chart that you want based on the business need, before that you should prepare solid part of code for reading the excel file then visualize ...


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I use laravel for a few years now and I'm very happy with that framework. Documentation can be found on https://laravel.com If you need only backend functionality for maybe an API there is also a smaller and lighter version available called lumen. Infos at https://lumen.laravel.com There are also many other ones like http://www.slimframework.com or https://...


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The solution I did was: 1. Used Bootstrap 4.0 and MDBootstrap for making a card. 2. I printed an echo with php where it goes the background color class type of the card: <div class="card-subtitle narrower <?php echo($period1[0]) ?>"> I evaluated the variable $period1[0] before in PHP, for having the value of that variable as "bg-success", "bg-...


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What I did was: Reading the actual server date and time in PHP. Make a CRUD with SQlite3 and PHP for accessing the Table. I use DATA TABLES from Bootstrap for presenting the table I pull the data to the table with a while in PHP. I reload the web page automatically every 15 minutes with a PHP command as explained here: Dynamic background color of an web ...


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