ionCube PHP Encoder

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The ionCube PHP Encoder makes it easy to protect your PHP 4 & 5 source code and other files from easy observation, theft and change. With optional PHP licensing features built in as well, licensing PHP scripts to control where your code runs is easy too, and you can even give your files a time expiry!

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API is the acronym used for the term application programming interface which can be defined as a specification which is intended or made for the purpose of being used as an interface by components of software. They use it primarily to communicate with each other. It is a set of request messages of HTTP.

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You hardly think about the work that goes into building a form, but if you own a site, service or product, the form is an important tool to have when you are gathering crowd intelligence. Online forms are not really that hard to make, but if you want to build a nice-looking, functional form, yet don’t want to get your hands dirty with the codes, you’ve come to the right post.

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