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Using the Google Analytics API with PHP: Logging In - SitePoint PHP

In this series, we’re going to see how we can use the Google Analytics API to interact with our Google Analytics data via PHP. Requirements To be able to follow along, you need to have a Google Analytics account which you can get from...Show More Summary

Announcements after a year with "A Year With Symfony" - Matthias Noback

As a follow-up on a previous article I have some announcements to make. Feedback A wonderful number of 67 of you have provided very valuable feedback about "A Year With Symfony" - you sure wrote some nice things about my book! Just a...Show More Summary

Interview with Yitzchok Willroth - Cal Evans

Blog: Twitter: @coderabbi Show Notes Shore PHP 10 Tips for Staying Booked as a Freelance Developer/Consultant

Action-Domain-Responder and the “Domain Payload” Pattern - Paul M. Jones

l;dr: Instead of inspecting a Domain result to determine how to present it, consider using a Domain Payload Object to wrap the results of Domain interaction and simulataneously indicate the status of the attempted interaction. The Domain...Show More Summary

Interactive PHP Debugging with PsySH - SitePoint PHP

It’s 1:00 a.m., the deadline for your web application’s delivery is in 8 hours… and it’s not working. As you try to figure out what’s going on, you fill your code with var_dump() and die() everywhere to see where the bug is… You are annoyed. Show More Summary

Rabbit behind the scenes - Piotr Pasich

Queuing in the background – getting started with RabbitMQ message broker In PHP business logic is usually put right in action’s method or just behind it. Hence, every little piece of delaying and long-running code will be processed with a request. Show More Summary

A Year of SitePoint - SitePoint PHP

Today marks the one year anniversary of my editing job at SitePoint. It sure went by fast - in fact, I was genuinely surprised when LinkedIn “likes” started popping up. In this short post, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on theShow More Summary

Composer & virtual packages - Peter Petermann

Composer & virtual packages Composer has been a blessing for the PHP community, and many many people use it today. However most people don’t know all it can do – i for certain every now and then learn something new. A few days ago iShow More Summary

Backwards compatible bundle releases - Matthias Noback

The problem With a new bundle release you may want to rename services or parameters, make a service private, change some constructor arguments, change the structure of the bundle configuration, etc. Some of these changes may acually be backwards incompatible changes for the users of that bundle. Show More Summary

Exposing resources: from Symfony bundles to packages - Matthias Noback

Syfony bundles: providing services and exposing resources When you look at the source code of the Symfony framework, it becomes clear that bundles play two distinct and very different roles: in the first place a bundle is a service container...Show More Summary

Semantic versioning for bundles - Matthias Noback

A short introduction to semantic versioning Semantic versioning is an agreement between the user of a package and its maintainer. The maintainer should be able to fix bugs, add new features or completely change the API of the software they provide. Show More Summary

How to Install Custom PHP Extensions on Heroku - SitePoint PHP

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to install custom extensions on Heroku. Specifically, we’ll be installing Phalcon. Sign-up and Set up In order to use Heroku, you must sign up for a Heroku account. Heroku generally works with a command-line interface. Show More Summary

Dealing with an incorrect security report - Michael Kimsal

A colleague of mine has had his company’s code “security audited” by one of their clients; specifically, the client hired a firm to do security testing for many (all?) of that company’s services, and my colleague’s company was one of...Show More Summary

Essentials of LDAP with PHP - SitePoint PHP

Ever wanted a simple way to store address book style information and network information actually next to any kind of ordered information? If so, then there’s a technology which has been around since 1993, one which despite not having the cool factor of such technologies as Node.js and Go, allows you to do exactly this. Show More Summary at PHPNW's Hackathon - Lorna Mitchell

With a week to go, everyone attending PHPNW is starting to get excited. One of my highlights of the weekend is always the hackathon; as an open source project lead it's fantastic to meet new contributors and get a chance to hack in person...Show More Summary

HTTP with GuzzlePHP - Nomad PHP

Presented by Jeremy Lindblom @jeremeamia Guzzle is both an HTTP client and a framework for building web service clients. It gives you all the power of cURL, but is really easy to use. With a sleek, event-driven request system and the ability to make requests in parallel, Guzzle should be a permanent part of your … The post HTTP with GuzzlePHP appeared first on Nomad PHP.

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