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"Create your Own Framework" Series Update - Fabien Potencier

Three years ago, I published a series of articles about how to create a framework on top of the Symfony components on this blog. Along the years, its contents have been updated to match the changes in Symfony itself but also in the PHP ecosystem (like the introduction of Composer). Show More Summary

Turning a Crawled Website into a Search Engine with PHP - SitePoint PHP

In the previous part of this tutorial, we used Diffbot to set up a crawljob which would eventually harvest SitePoint’s content into a data collection, fully searchable by Diffbot’s Search API. We also demonstrated those searching capabilities...Show More Summary

PHP 5.4 and Short Tags - Lorna Mitchell

PHP 5.4 isn't exactly new; in fact the opposite is true! PHP 5.4 is end of life, but as our adoption rates show, as a community, PHP people aren't especially good at upgrading! I'm getting lots of questions now because some of the hosting...Show More Summary

Converting a Joined Resultset Into a Hierarchy - Anna Filina

I needed nested resultsets in some projects. I’ve seen a lot of StackOverflow chatter which essentially pointed people towards Doctrine or Propel ORMs, which was overkill when you didn’t want mapping or even model classes. I built a very small function that will transform joined results into a hierarchy. Show More Summary

Why we program - Brandon Savage

As programmers, we don’t really make anything. Oh sure, we write code, design applications, and create open source libraries. Yet we so willingly refactor away our hard work, delete and close down apps, and at the end of the day, really have little tangible outcome from the work that we do. Show More Summary

MySQL Extension, Going, Going, almost Gone - PHP Classes

MySQL Extension, Going, Going, almost Gone By Dave Smith When the warnings change from "the extension may go away" to "the extension will go away", things just became serious. For some of us, the race is on to keep our projects fromShow More Summary

Crawling and Searching Entire Domains with Diffbot - SitePoint PHP

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to build a custom SitePoint search engine that far outdoes anything WordPress could ever put out. We’ll be using Diffbot as a service to extract structured data from SitePoint automatically, and this...Show More Summary

Online Boot Camp for Modernizing PHP Legacy Applications - PHP Classes

Online Boot Camp for Modernizing PHP Legacy Applications By Paul M. Jones Over the years the recommended practices to develop PHP applications have evolved but applications developed in the past were not maintained and suffer with several...Show More Summary

Protected: NEPHP Logos - Nomad PHP

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. The post Protected: NEPHP Logos appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Modernizing Serialized PHP Objects with class_alias() - Paul M. Jones

Several weeks ago, a correspondent presented a legacy situation that I’ve never had to deal with. He was working his way through Modernizing Legacy Applications in PHP, and realized the codebase was storing serialized PHP objects in a database. Show More Summary

Interview with Sammy K. Powers - Cal Evans

@SammyK Show Notes PHP RoundTable Chicago PHP The post Interview with Sammy K. Powers appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Review: Modernizing Legacy Applications In PHP - PHP Classes

Title Modernizing Legacy Applications In PHP Reviewer Samuel Adeshina Category PHP books Publisher Leanpub Author Paul M. Jones Summary After going through this book, I discovered that it is not just apps that were built ?over a decade...Show More Summary

Farewell Engine Yard! - Davey Shafik

After almost 4 years at Engine Yard, my last day will be July 3rd. It is a sad thing, but it also means I am moving on to hopefully bigger, exciting, more challenging, and better things. On Saturday I gave my last conference talk asShow More Summary

PHP Channel’s 2015 2nd Trimester Update - SitePoint PHP

> img.left {float: left; margin: 10px 20px 0 0} ul.contributor_social {list-style: none; margin: 0} ul.contributor_social li {float: left; margin: 3px 3px 7px 3px} Another three months have passed, and our author roster has expandedShow More Summary

Let’s work together! - Brandon Savage

I currently have a few projects wrapping up and I’m available to take on new projects, both large and small in the PHP development world. With more than ten years of experience as a PHP developer, I can help you to develop your project efficiently, effectively and with the best possible outcomes. Show More Summary

Tutorial on Creating an AJAX based Chat system in PHP - PHP Classes

Tutorial on Creating an AJAX based Chat system in PHP By Ashraf Gheith AJAX is not a new technology. Many years ago I published this class to implement an AJAX based chat system. It is still useful but AJAX also evolved a bit, so the...Show More Summary

Mobile App Development with Zend Studio - SitePoint PHP

The world has turned mobile. This is not new, and it should therefore be no surprise to anyone that the results of the 2015 DevPulse survey by Zend show that a vast majority of PHP developers are working on, or intend to work on, mobile...Show More Summary

Dutch PHP Conference 2015 - Deep Dive into Browser Performance - Ilia Alshanetsky

My slides from DPC 2015 on "Deep Dive into Browser Performance" are now available for download here.

Simultaneously benchmark many URLs with ApacheBench and GNU parallel - Simon Holywell

Once in a while you come across situations where someone wants to know what a server can do or how many requests it can handle under a realistic load scenario. It could simply be that you want to hit a large selection of sites or even...Show More Summary

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