Archive for the 'PHP' Category

Announcing a new PHP DICOM toolkit: Nanodicom

Hi folks! It’s has been a while since last post! It is RSNA 2010 time! and for that reason, I am glad to announce the release of stable version 1.0 of a new written-from-scratch PHP DICOM toolkit: Nanodicom. Get it while it is hot! Website: Download: Bug report: See ya! Nano.

Kohana 3: AUTH, A2 & ACL

Some time ago I wrote a blog entry a modified demo of Wouter’s ACL & A2 using the AUTH module. At that time I used Kohana 2.3.4. Now, this entry is to explain was needs to be changed to use the AUTH module instead of the A1 module for the demo of Wouter for the […]

Kohana[v2.3]: AUTH, A2 & ACL

I have been using Kohana recently for a project I am working on. This project requires user registration and authentication, thus I found that there is a set of modules from Wouter that were created specifically for that. A thread in the Kohana Forum can be found here. Those modules are: A1: A simple & […]

New home for this package

Hi all, I will like to share with you that this project is going to be hosted at Google code. I have got the permission from one of the original authors and he agreed with it. I hope we can bring this package to a more serious level fixing bugs, adding new functionality and improving […]

File_DICOM.php update

It’s been a while since I wrote something about this package. Gathering some statistics I found that there were about 12 downloads of the package in less than 3 months. Not so bad for me. But well, as every software development, it needs to be updated in order to fix bugs and to add some […]

The unofficial File_DICOM.php v 0.3

This is an updated version of the latest DICOM_php package available at the File_DICOM::Pear website. Last year I contacted David who is in charge of this package at, we had some emails exchanged but I haven’t seen any new release there; thus, I make this new unofficial version public so people can take advantage […]


Update A new PHP Dicom Toolkit is available: Nanodicom Official Announcement. Or visit the official website

Cookieless authentication (part 2)

Present So now I have change my requirements, a true logout mechanism must have some conditions and priorities (personal opinion): Accessibility Cross Platform Header Based Authentication, no cookies Independent of the authentication mechanism

Cookieless authentication (part 1)

Some time ago last year I wrote an article (link) describing a mechanism to achieve a logout when using apache authentication. Some time has passed and I think I should give it an update.