jQuery Sortable Save with PHP MySQL

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I’ll show you how to save jQuery Sortable data with PHP and MySQL. Get the Code @ jream.com

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25 Responses to “jQuery Sortable Save with PHP MySQL”

  1. jjlm24 Says:

    @JREAMdesign Sounds fine for me Keep these coming! Also maybe some security thoughts following your RackSpace tut!

  2. JREAMdesign Says:

    @kroscoe777 For real? Thats my new mic 🙁

  3. kroscoe777 Says:

    a suggestion, the volume is too low.

  4. JREAMdesign Says:

    @hollerschos haha rofl

  5. hollerschos Says:

    soy sauce forever…

  6. JREAMdesign Says:

    @goon245 hehe :p

  7. goon245 Says:

    @JREAMdesign – passing the glue into print_r was priceless hahahaha. 🙂

  8. yesnikita Says:

    Jesse, it was a great pleasure to watch this tutorial! I liked your mysqli.class.php. It’s simple and cool 🙂 Can I make a suggestion about it? In config you use $config[‘table’] = ‘table’. Perhaps, it’d be more correct to name this $config[‘dbname’], because we connect to db, don’t we? What do you think about it? 🙂
    Thank you again 🙂

  9. JREAMdesign Says:

    @denno021 haha

  10. denno021 Says:

    haha love the intro

  11. JREAMdesign Says:

    @TheSim00n haha good 😛

  12. JREAMdesign Says:

    @cadysistemas thanks 😀

  13. JREAMdesign Says:

    @Ibaksab thanks :_)

  14. Ibaksab Says:

    Thank you, nice tut

  15. Ibaksab Says:

    Tank you
    شكراً

  16. TheSim00n Says:

    I really enjoy your tutorials. I can actually learn something practical rather than “how to select data and print it” … 🙂 Keep it up and good luck

  17. JREAMdesign Says:

    @cadysistemas Its working because thats the only record, lol.. if there were more records it’d break if you dont add that in.

  18. cadysistemas Says:

    about the where id=1 because is the first record on the database, so why it’s working?

  19. cadysistemas Says:

    Really useful
    

  20. keha76 Says:

    This is really useful. Thank you! 🙂

  21. JREAMdesign Says:

    @WASDsweden Awesome dude thanks, great tip! This is the keyboard I have: “SIIG JK-US0412-S1 USB Slim Aluminum Keyboard with Hub”

  22. WASDsweden Says:

    At 23:30 you can simply select $a and press Ctrl+R in netbeans and it will rename every occurrence of $a.

    Also, what keyboard do you have? Sounds nice.

  23. WASDsweden Says:

    @willzurmacht Have you checked out thenewboston? :3

  24. JREAMdesign Says:

    @willzurmacht thanks ha

  25. willzurmacht Says:

    Woot! You have the best tutorials on the net 😉

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