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Starting a Business with Laravel Spark - SitePoint PHP

I am really excited about Laravel Spark. By the time you read this, there will probably be a multitude of posts explaining how you can set it up. That's not as interesting to me as the journey I'm about to take in creating an actual business with Spark! The idea is simple. Show More Summary

PHP 5.6.21 is available - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.21. This is a security release. Several security bugs were fixed in this release. All PHP 5.6 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 5.6.21 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. Show More Summary

Writing SQL that works on PostgreSQL, MySQL and SQLite - Evert Pot

I am one of those crazy people who attempts to write SQL that works on SQlite, MySQL and PostgreSQL. First I should explain why: This is all for my project sabre/dav. sabre/dav is a server for CalDAV, CardDAV and WebDAV. One of the big...Show More Summary

INI directives are evil! - Pascal Martin

Cet article est aussi disponible en français. A few times, while evolutions were discussed for PHP 7, someone suggested a new feature could be optionnal 1, depending on an INI configuration directive — the idea being each user could then enable it or not. Show More Summary

Notable PHP package: PHP Image Mosaic Generator - PHP Classes

Notable PHP package: PHP Image Mosaic Generator By Manuel Lemos Some applications need to present groups of images in an attractive way for their users. One nice way to present images is to create a mosaic effect. Several images areShow More Summary

PHP 7 Migration guide Part 3: 11 Changed Functions and 21 New Functions - PHP Classes

PHP 7 Migration guide Part 3: 11 Changed Functions and 21 New Functions By Atif Shahab Qureshi In the first two parts of our series on PHP 7 migration guide we cover backwards incompatible changes and new features. Read this article to learn more about functions that were changed and other new functions that were added.

On Deprecating ServiceLocatorAware - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

A month or two ago, we pushed a new release of zend-mvc that provides a number of forwards-compatibility features to help users prepare their applications for the upcoming v3 release. One of those was, evidently, quite controversial:...Show More Summary

Multi-Project Issue Tracking With Producer - Paul M. Jones

With Producer, you can get a list of the open issues from your remote origin just by issuing producer issues from the project repository: $ cd ~/Code/radarphp/Radar.Adr $ producer issues radarphp/Radar.Adr 14. Separate Package for ResponderAcceptsInterface? https://github.com/radarphp/Radar.Adr/issues/14 29. Show More Summary

Selling PHP 7 to Your Boss - Zeev Suraski

Investing the time to upgrade to PHP 7 is one of the easier sells in PHP's history. Still, if you need help convincing your boss it's worth the time, just use this simple illustration: PHP 5.6 PHP 7.0 I tried to get the elePHPants to do that but they weren't nearly as collaborative...

Using Microsoft Visual Studio as PHP IDE with the PHP Tools extension: Part 1 PHP Editing Support - PHP Classes

Using Microsoft Visual Studio as PHP IDE with the PHP Tools extension: Part 1 PHP Editing Support By Dave Smith Microsoft Visual Studio is a very popular IDE among developers using Windows but it does not come with built-in support to PHP. Show More Summary

Interview with Juliette Reinders Folmer - Voices of the ElePHPant

Video Audio only @jrf_nl Show Notes Amsterdam PHP Yoast SEO The post Interview with Juliette Reinders Folmer appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Post-Open Source - Ben Ramsey

I’m a tad late to this discussion, but I think it’s still pertinent today—perhaps even more so—and Jordi Boggiano’s recent post, “Common files in PHP packages,” got me thinking about the lack of open source licenses in public repositories. In...Show More Summary

Ubuntu 16.04 and PHP 7 not rendering - Adam Culp

After reloading my working laptop with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (I prefer to do a reload versus an upgrade, for each LTS version) I was very excited to install PHP 7, and installed Apache2 and PHP7 using the standard Ubuntu repositories. I used...Show More Summary

First Look at Pagekit CMS – Clean, Extensible, Fast, But… - SitePoint PHP

Pagekit hit version 1 recently, and as I'd been looking at personal blogging engines, I thought it'd only be fair to check it out. Granted, blogging is merely a subset of the functionality Pagekit can offer, but a good basic test-drive...Show More Summary

How to Win a Big PHP ElePHPant Plush Mascott Every Month and Innovation Award Certificates? - PHP Classes

How to Win a Big PHP ElePHPant Plush Mascott Every Month and Innovation Award Certificates? By Manuel Lemos Lately the PHP Classes site has been listening to many class authors about improvements that they wanted to see in the site. Some of them would like to be able to buy the elePHPant plush mascot. Show More Summary

Introducing ramsey/uuid - Ben Ramsey

It seems quite absurd for me to introduce ramsey/uuid, a library that saw its 1.0.0 release on July 19, 2012, and is now at version 3.4.1, having had 35 releases since its first, but what’s even more ludicrous is that I haven’t once blogged about this library. Show More Summary

We are all biased - Anna Filina

If you think that you are special and not biased, you’re not. We are all biased in some way. Before we talk about bias, let’s talk about inference and prejudice. Why does prejudice exist? When we are children, everything is new. We don’t...Show More Summary

What is SparkPost? - SitePoint PHP

I've used Mandrill for as long as I can remember. It sends transactional email, like the kind you receive when you sign up for a new account. Like me, many have been happy to use a free account for sending a relatively low number of emails a month. That is, until recently, when Mandrill caused a bit of a stir. Show More Summary

Grown-up MongoDB: Schema Design - Nomad PHP

July 2016 2016 - EU Presented By Derick Rethans July 28, 2016 20:00 CEST The post Grown-up MongoDB: Schema Design appeared first on Nomad PHP.

How the 3rd Normal Form Destroyed a Family - Nomad PHP

July 2016 - XX Presented By Chuck Reeves July 28, 2016 20:00 CDT The post How the 3rd Normal Form Destroyed a Family appeared first on Nomad PHP.

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