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Corp Wallet

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kaspa101
Original Sinners
Northern Coalition.
#1 - 2014-12-28 18:06:37 UTC
The awesome Eve community,

I am looking for a little help. I know this most likely may annoy some of you are most likely experts and you want to scratch your eye balls out when you see the code. I have a little project I am doing and I am by no means an expert at php or anything of that nature. I would like to expand this to include a DB and to be able to neatly display the information via tables to include being able to change wallet divisions. Right now it only displays recent ratters as that is all I've been able to figure out. I would like it to display all events.

I am calling out for help as I am half a ****** when it comes to these things and would very much appreciate if I can get some. I know there is Yapeal, however with shared hosting I am unable to install it. Most everything I've found on the web/forums is out dated by at least a year or two.

Thank you for taking to time to read, again I AM NOT A PHP EXPERT. Im learning as I go and I'm trying Smile



https://github.com/kaspaeve/corpwallet

and if you would rather see via pastebin

http://pastebin.com/0YwNt0ZF
Dragonaire
Here there be Dragons
#2 - 2014-12-29 03:49:40 UTC
Shared host or not you can still use Yapeal just make sure you aren't looking at some older docs for it. If you can add PHP files you can use Yapeal Blink

Finds camping stations from the inside much easier. Designer of Yapeal for the Eve API. Check out the Yapeal PHP API Library thread.

kaspa101
Original Sinners
Northern Coalition.
#3 - 2014-12-29 22:06:10 UTC
I am not quite tracking as via via https://github.com/Dragonrun1/yapeal/blob/master/INSTALL.md it is stated that you need to run composer to install the dependencies. Is there many instructions somewhere else on how to install it with out using Git or Composer?
Dragonaire
Here there be Dragons
#4 - 2014-12-29 22:46:39 UTC
First off if your hosting site doesn't give you SSH or some other type of command line access I'd be finding another place for my site as that is just to common any more to try dealing with one that doesn't do so, but there are ways to work around it as well. Easiest one is simple to have a local testing instance on your developer system or in a VM that you use for testing and run it there then just upload to whole thing to your production site. That a fairly standard work cycle so you aren't put out untested code to your production site. Also since composer.phar can be run directly by any of the PHP SAPIs you can even create a page that simple runs it for you. Browse to the web page in your browser and it'll run. If you decide to do this make sure it's on some kind of protected admin page Blink As far as git is considered is once again something you should be doing either locally or on a test server where you have the needed access. You can of course also get Yapeal as a Zip file direct from GitHub it's just not as easy to upgrade as with the other methods.

My day to day development system is my main Windows 7 desktop and I just install PHP and Git, etc on it and I test in place. Nice thing with PHP 5.4 and above is you don't even need to have Apache or any other web server installed usually because PHP has a built-in server you can use for simple testing.

Finds camping stations from the inside much easier. Designer of Yapeal for the Eve API. Check out the Yapeal PHP API Library thread.