You know how to turn compression on for one or more web pages with PHP, but what if you want to enable compression for your entire web site?
GIDBlog.com was temporarily shut down for over a week, and now we’re back up again. Whew!
Starting today, you can receive the latest Sports Toto Malaysia lottery results online on your computer or on your smartphone simply by visiting gidapp.com/toto with a web browser.
Just visit gidapp.com/4 with your iPhone and you will see all the latest 4D results from Magnum, Da Ma Cai and Sports Toto displayed optimally for your smartphone – it’s as simple as that!
Starting today, if you visit gidapp.com/4 with your mobile phone, the web site will detect that you are using a smartphone and redirect your request to a mobile-friendly version of the web site.
Now you can get the latest 4D Results (for Malaysia) easily here from gidapp.com.
For my second Android™ project/application, which will remain unnamed for the moment, I will first need to gather some historical data from more than a couple of local (Malaysian) web sites. Some of this publicly available data go back as far as as 1985! It is insane to even contemplate fetching all this data by hand and so I had to come up with some kind of software to help me do that easily and quickly.
In my never-ending quest to get my web pages to load super-fast I chanced upon
ob_gzhandler() one day while researching the uses of
ob_start() in PHP.