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Web Development Thread, Printer list with toner levels in Coding and Web Development; Infact, all printers we have, have already been listed, except for our "HP Laserjet 4000 Series"...
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    Infact, all printers we have, have already been listed, except for our "HP Laserjet 4000 Series"
    Last edited by nephilim; 18th March 2013 at 08:54 AM.

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    This looks awesome! could we try it too please fannnkksss

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    Can I jump on the bandwagon as well please?
    Makes/models here:
    Brother HL 1270N
    Brother HL 3040
    Brother HL 5250
    Brother HL 5380
    Dell 2130cn
    Dell 3130cn
    Dell 1320c
    Dell 3110 cn
    Dell 1720 dn
    HP 2550
    HP 2600
    HP 4050
    Konica C360
    Kyocera C5350DN
    Samsung ML-2250

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    We have

    HP Laserjet Pro 400 M401
    Hp Color Laserjet Pro M451nw
    Hp Color Laserjet CM4540 MFP

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    Just out of interest about how many printers will people be using this for totally? For example we have about 40.

    Also will use lot want to be able to have printers under different section like I have? Using a config file, hard coded.

    Or would people prefure a MySQL backend to this or would use all like it to run with just php and no MySQL needed.

    Just wanting to know as at the moment most of it is hard coded.

    Thanks

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    We have about 90 printers, differnet sections would be great. Hard coded will be fine, as long as it's well commented so we can edit as printers change/get moved around.

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    We have about 40 printers, sections would be great.

    Hard coded is fine , like clareq said lond as its commented should be fine.. rather keep it simple than link to sql i think it looks great tho... so looking forward to seeing some code...

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    Do you guys know of any free or cheap hosting around here just I have an update function I will build into the script to bring all the latest goodies?

    Thanks for the clarification will knock it something up tomorrow

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    I like it I use Kyocera throughout..

    Looks awesome just what I need..

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    hard coded or MySQL. Whatever is easiest for you. As clareq says, just comment it to allow easy editing.

    We have around 40 printers too, all of which have been mentioned.

    how about something like these guys Free Website Hosting Plans | 5GBFree.com

    haven't used free hosting so can't vouch for them. Most free hosting will be ad supported

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    Very nice, I would personally use SNMP instead of cURL though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nev104 View Post
    ..I have an update function I will build into the script to bring all the latest goodies
    How, exactly? One of my projects is being used at my previous workplace and I'd like to be able to check my host periodically for updates, in say a ../updates/ folder. If X.zip > Y(current).zip, print "Update available" with a link to the file. Is this what you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJanisch View Post
    How, exactly? One of my projects is being used at my previous workplace and I'd like to be able to check my host periodically for updates, in say a ../updates/ folder. If X.zip > Y(current).zip, print "Update available" with a link to the file. Is this what you have?
    I am still working on it, once it's done I will post it up for all to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by nev104 View Post
    I am still working on it, once it's done I will post it up for all to see
    looking forward to seeing what u come up with

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    Quote Originally Posted by nev104 View Post
    I am still working on it, once it's done I will post it up for all to see
    I was mainly asking about that particular feature to poll if you have an update on the server

    EDIT: Unless if you mean you're still working on this feature, I mis-read

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