RADICORE v2.02.0 released01 February 2017
RADICORE v2.01.0 released01 November 2016
RADICORE v2.00.0 released01 October 2016
The use of Cascading Style Sheets within Radicore22 April 2008
How to implement Two Factor Authentication01 February 2008
Support for PHP4 dropped, support for PHP7 started01 October 2016
Why you should build your web application back-to-front06 January 2013
What is the 3-Tier Architecture?14 October 2012
DB or not DB, that is the question05 March 2017
On not using the "right" standards13 December 2016
Object Oriented Database Programming01 November 2016
Credits and Acknowledgements
3rd Party Libraries
Radicore is primarily the work of a single person, but certain components or ideas have been provided by 3rd parties. It is fitting that these 3rd party contributions be properly recognised.
- aListApart.com for their Sliding Doors of CSS.
- TechPatterns.com for the language detection script and the browser detection script.
- TCPDF for the PDF and Barcode Generator.
- Scott Trenda for his XSL template which deals with disable-output-escaping calls in Firefox and other transformToFragment-based browsers.
- David Scourfield for his bank holiday calculation script.
Note: 3rd Party libraries are only included in the product if they can be used without restriction in both commercial and non-commercial applications.
Users of Radicore may contribute their own code snippets to the project, but no contributions can be accepted unless copyright is assigned to Radicore Software Limited who will immediately grant you back all your rights under copyright, including the rights to copy, modify, and redistribute your contributions. Where possible the author's name will be retained in the contributed code. Such contributions have been received from the following:
- Kyle Brost of softelephant.com for the file download script.
- Craig Turner for his tips on improving the speed of some XSL transformations.
- Ian Katz for the google-style pagination options.