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DevShed:
Defining Some Custom PHP Functions with Yahoo Web Services
February 05, 2008 @ 11:18:00

DevShed continues their series looking at connecting a PHP5 script to the powerful Yahoo! search backend with part four of the series today. This part focuses on reworking some of the previous examples to make them more modular using custom defined functions.

Logically, these examples can be really useful for learning the basic concepts surrounding the use of these search services, but undoubtedly, it's necessary to modify and improve their source code to make it more compact and completely reusable.

They start the overhaul with the web search (complete with example results) then push on to the video and image searches and work them over the same way.

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