Hi guys I am trying to create multiple landing pages populated dynamically with data from a feed. My initial thought was to create a generic php page as a template that can be used to create other pages dynamically and populate them with data from a feed. For instance, the generic page could be called landing.php; then populate that page and other pages created on the go with data from a feed depending on an id, keyword or certain string in the url. e.g [url]http://www.example.com/landing.php?page=cars[/url] or [url]http://www.example.com/landing.php?page=bikes[/url] will show contents that are either only about cars or bikes as the …

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[ATTACH=left]17212[/ATTACH]In the past, the word [I]embedded[/I] was limited to specialty devices that a lot of us used, but few programmers really cared about. Embedded devices meant things like the controllers on your microwave oven or the computer that ran your car's fuel injection system. There are certainly a lot of software engineers working in that realm, but for those of us who program for PCs, we had little interest in embedded technology. But that is all changing thanks to the huge number of handheld devices that need programming. While most of us still won't be writing at the assembly-language level, …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]17189[/ATTACH]I'm here at the Intel Developer Forum 2010 in San Francisco, and this has been a great opportunity for a programmer such as myself. While most programmers might think of Intel as a hardware manufacturer and look to other companies (such as Microsoft) for their development tools, in fact that couldn't be further from the truth. In addition to creating some amazing hardware technology, Intel has a huge set of tools for developing software that runs on the devices and computers powered by their technology. One such such device that has a whole set of tools is the Atom processor. …

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I'm still here at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2010, and just had the chance to try out something cool. The Intel Atom processors are lightweight x86 processors for use in a whole range of small devices. And being x86-based, they can run modern desktop operating sytesms. At the beginning of 2010, Intel released the n450 version of the Atom. And to help engineers and hobbyists get started, they've created a "development board" which is a small circuit board containing an Atom processor, 1G of SO-DIMM memory, and several ports including USB 2.0 ports, a video port, and two ethernet …

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Geeks and fast cars have gone together ever since the first young coder made a million developing computer games. However, it takes a true nerd to build a car capable of breaking the land speed record and hitting 1050 miles per hour. A team of true nerds, and a whole lot of technology, in fact. [attach]16020[/attach]The [URL="http://www.bloodhoundssc.com/"]launch of the Bloodhound Education Programme this week[/URL] sees 1.5 million students join that team, with access to the world class research and development behind the car including real world case studies and curriculum materials based on the jet and rocket powered beast. One …

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According to reports, Intel has decided that there will be no more Centrino Atom chipsets. Fear not, mobile Internet device loving gadget fans, for this does not mean the same thing as there being no more of the chipsets that are helping to power the ultra-low-cost mobile PC market. All it means is that they will not be powered by Centrino Atom as everyone pretty much expected, but rather the chipset will be branded as simply Intel Atom from now on. It is something of a surprise, it has to be said, coming just a few months after the chipset …

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Two years after selling off its Xscale operations, Intel is once again turning its attention to building microprocessors for small devices. But rather than designing Xscale-like chips to form the foundation of devices such as the Palm Treo and RIM Blackberry, the strategy announced today will focus instead on system-on-chips, multifunction circuits that perform a variety of functions from a single piece of silicon. Intel, which dominates the PC processor market despite inroads by its main rival AMD, stunned many in the industry in June, 2006, when it sold the Xscale communication and application processor business to Marvell, which makes …

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