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Fluent Arrays and Strings in PHP - Adding JSON and more
July 17, 2008 @ 09:32:26

Henrik continues his look at fluent arrays and strings in PHP with this second part of his series, adding JSON functionality into the mix.

Recently I've had the need to extend the interface further, among other things with JSON support. I've used code published by Nicolas Crovatti to do this.

His example shows how the script works to plot out some points for a table of stats. He follows this with an in-depth look at the different methods making up that fluent call (apply2Field, fill_ret, sum and plot). These make the array that can then be passed off to PHP, using json_encode to make an easy-consumable JSON message out of the results.

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