Force SSL redirection in cakephp

Step 1. use Security component.

 public $components = array('Security');

Step 2. use the below code to post data.

//Use the below code in parent controller's beforeFilter action
$this->Security->validatePost=false;
$this->Security->unlockedActions = array('action_1','action_2'); // unlock actions which you want to call in ajax without ssl 
$this->Security->blackHoleCallback = 'forceSSL'; //call forceSSL action to redirect http:// uri to https:// 
$this->Security->requireSecure();

// Defination of forceSSL function 
public function forceSSL() {
		if(json_decode($_SERVER['HTTP_CF_VISITOR'])->scheme=="http"){
			return $this->redirect('https://' . env('SERVER_NAME') . $this->here);
		}

	}
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Add existing project on Github by using commands

Simple steps to add existing project on github

//<strong>Step 1</strong> Initialize the local directory as a Git repository
$ git init

//<strong>Step 2</strong> Adds the files in the local repository and stage them for commit.
$ git add .
//to unstage a file use 'git reset HEAD YOUR-FILE'

//<strong>Step 3</strong> Commit the staged files of local repository.
$ git commit -m "First commit"

//<strong>Step 4</strong> Sets the new remote repository.
$ git remote add origin remote repository URL
//<strong>Step 4</strong> Verifies the new remote URL.
$ git remote -v

//<strong>Step 5</strong> Push the staged files of local repository in remote repository.
$ git push origin master
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Populate Select box dynamically by ajax in Cakephp

To populate a select box by cakephp ajax functionality.
Step 1.
In the end of your view (.ctp)file.This is your javascript code in cake.

<?php
$this->Js->get('#select1')->event('click', 
$this->Js->request(array('controller'=>'ControllerName','action'=>'ajax_call'), array(
'update'=>'#select2',
'async' => true,
'method' => 'post',
'dataExpression'=>true,
'data'=> $this->Js->serializeForm(array(
'isForm' => true,
'inline' => true))
))
);
?>

Step 2.
In your controller file create function with that returns options string

public $helpers = array('Js'); //load Js helper
public function getBySubject(){
	
		$this->autoRender=false; //prevent to load default layout
$option;		
//your code
		printf($option);
		}

step 3.
In the end or your layout file after your loaded scripts

<?php
if (class_exists('JsHelper') && method_exists($this->Js, 'writeBuffer')) echo $this->Js->writeBuffer();
// will write your cached scripts
?>
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