Read More The format will determine what functions you need to use. However dates of this format xx/xx/xxxx will default to US format: m/d/Y and xx-xx-xxxx will default to European d-m-Y.
If your date format is known to be 'd/m/Y', then you can explode it to get the parts (day, month, year) and then use checkdate() to ensure that it's valid.
One of them is to subtract 30 days from current date.
This is completely wrong, because not every month has 30 days. First of all strtotime(date(‘Y-m-d’)) can be replaced by the more elegant strtotime(‘now’), but for this later.
It doesn't give you the full MVC setup, but you can define URL rules and methods to better organize your application.It has a bit more verbose syntax than Dispatch, but is quite fast.Here is an example: respond('GET', '/posts', $callback); respond('POST', '/posts/create', $callback); respond('PUT', '/posts/[i:id]', $callback); respond('DELETE', '/posts/[i:id]', $callback); // To match multiple request methods: respond(array('POST','GET'), $route, $callback); // Or you might want to handle the requests in the same place respond('/posts/[create|edit:action]? ', function ($request, $response) ); This is great for small projects, but you have to be disciplined when using a library like this for larger apps, as your code can become unmaintainable very fast.However, validation and error-checking/reporting is still your call.The code included with the datepicker may have server-side code for this purpose, but usually not …