Adding a dynamic Text to a Image in PHP using GD Library

Recently, i came across a situration where i need to generate image using a dynamic text on a existing Image. Here the final PHP script and this Includes the text position on the image which is right aligned based on length of the text. putenv(‘GDFONTPATH=’ . realpath(‘.’)); header(‘Content-type: image/png’); // Load And Create Image From…

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Contributing to Google Maps as a Local Guide

There is a old saying that if “you can able to talk then you can get the way”. This means if you are visiting a new place you can easily get the directions by just keep enquiring people along the way. In today’s world this still works. I have been contributing to Google Maps via…

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AWS Solution Architect Associate Exam – How i prepared for the exam?

I was introduced to Cloud technologies in the year 2011 and eventually got passionate to know more about the way the cloud is operated. At that time, I was working on a new Cloud based Project for a Digital Media company on Microsoft’s Windows Azure Platform. To know more about the cloud features i signed…

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How i Installed 100+ Apps in Moto E 1st Gen (2014)

I have been using the iPhone for more than 3 years and its the first smart phone i have bought and used extensively for  browsing & reading ebooks. Meanwhile i had a Moto E 1st Gen in my home which is unused due to frequent internal storage error. I heard from multiple Moto E users…

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How to Create, Test and Deploy Lambda functions to AWS

Lambda is one of the service offering from Amazon AWS for the Serverless Computing. Google also provides similar services called “cloud functions”. In simple words, write your code  and run them on the Lambda platform. Currently Lambda supports the programming languages Java,Python,Node 0.10 and Node 4.X. To make the development & deployment workflow easier i…

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Create and Alter Employees Data in Tally 9 using Web Services

Web Services has changed the way we share data across applications. Tally 9 has provided a way to import or export data between applications using the WebService interface which is be default running on port 9000. This can be accessed using http://localhost:9000. You can change the port no from the Advance settings in the Tally…

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Reverse Proxy Config in Apache + XAMPP

People have heard about the regular Proxy servers. A proxy server is a server that acts as an intermediary for requests from clients seeking resources from other servers. Some proxy servers are intelligent enough to cache the content to serve faster based on the request URL. There is one more Proxy called reverse proxy which…

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Where does the offline article content saved in Pocket Chrome App for Windows?

As most of the readers aware i was a heavy user of Pocket – A Read it Later App. I have installed the App across devices and sometimes use a script to send the links to pocket account. This weekend i was wondering how the Windows Offline Pocket Chrome App was working and i posted…

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Reading Multiple Result Sets from a C# Reader Object

Modern ORM frameworks like NHibernate and Entity Framework has made the life easier to access the data in a object fashion. I personally go with the Traditional ADO.Net which i feel still the best without compromising the performance and having full control of how the application is interacted with the backend database. In this post…

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Manual copy of files between SD Card is NOT the right way.

Many times we may want to migrate the files from an existing microSD card to a new microSD Card for various reasons like speed and storage size. If the SD card has been used just for media files then copying them manually should not be problem. But when it comes to system level files manual…

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