Ajax Registration Script Using JQuery with PHP and MySQL

In this tutorial, we will look on how to create a registration page using AJAX. We will be using ajax to call the backend in order to avoid page refresh and JQuery to minimize unnecessary validations.

Useful jQuery Snippets

If you are looking for useful jQuery snippets, here’s list compiled from my previous posts. I am sure this list will come in handy for you in your jQuery projects. Add/Remove Input Fields Dynamically with jQueryjQuery Move Div Left/right/up/downHow to Select / Deselect All Checkboxes using jQuerySimple Form validation jQuery snippetValidating File Size Before Form Submit (HTML5)Get Selected Values From Radio Button using jQuerSelect Box Change Dependent Options dynamicallyPassword Strength Checker jQueryRestrict multiple URLs in Input with jQueryMove Content Back And Forth With jQueryCreating Simple Hover Fade jQuery PluginTriggering callback after user stops typing jQueryBack to Top Smooth scroll using jQueryDraggable Element with JQuery (No jQuery UI)Enable/Disable Form Submit Button with jQueryGet Selected Values From Radio Button using jQueryConfirmation dialog on leaving pageSelect All Text In Element on ClickGet current location of user using jQuery (Geolocation API)

PHP mail with Multiple Attachments

In previous example we’ve learned how to send PHP mail with an attachment, and I have also created separate Ajax tutorial for the same. But some of you also want to send multiple attachments, so today I am going to refine the PHP code to show you how we can send multiple attachments with PHP mail.

Direct Upload to Amazon AWS S3 Using PHP & HTML

As we all know, Amazon S3 is a cost-effective, reliable, fast and secure object storage system, which allows us to store and retrieve any amount of data from anywhere on the web. Today I am going to show you how you can directly upload any file to Amazon AWS S3 using HTML Form and PHP without compromising your own server security and upload latency.