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While developing custom modules in Magento, I often have to deal with install and upgrade script issues. Normally, these issues arise because of mistakes in the naming convention, improper version numbers, or incorrect syntax. In this...Show More Summary
With Ingewikkeld we’ve sent out a gift to some customers and other contacts. A book that has nothing to do with PHP. While this may seem odd, it definitely isn’t. What book? The Art Of Asking by Amanda Palmer. Amanda Palmer? Who is she? Amanda Palmer is an artist. Show More Summary
Presented by Jimmy Fursman @@jefweb A very basic limit we all run into when getting a general API off the ground often includes rate limits on our API keys with secondary data providers. Maybe you don’t have the budget to purchase more requests yet, maybe you haven’t built a caching system yet. Show More Summary
Presented by Christopher Pitt @assertchris Strings, arrays and numbers are second-class citizens in PHP-land. This talk describes how they can be extended to work like objects, and how clean and consistent APIs can be introduced so that you can be proud of your PHP code again. The post Typed PHP appeared first on Nomad PHP.
At just about every conference I go to, several people stop me to ask, “hey, whatever happened to your object-oriented masterclass? I really wanted to take that!” Well, if you’re one of those people, I have great news for you: the Object Oriented PHP Masterclass is back, and registration is open! This class is unique […]
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About three years ago I wrote an article analyzing the memory usage of arrays in PHP 5. As part of the work on the upcoming PHP 7, large parts of the Zend Engine have been rewritten with a focus on smaller data structures requiring fewer allocations. Show More Summary
We had been looking into code quality checking tools for a while here on SitePoint - most recently in a series on Jenkins, but none of those could do what a project I’ve only recently found out about can. PhpMetrics uses D3 and someShow More Summary
One great way of organically promoting your application is to provide “badges”; snippets of content that people can embed on their own websites. This can contain up-to-the-minute information from your application about a user, piece of content or another object, dynamically generated and inserted into other websites. Show More Summary
I learned something rather disturbing yesterday. CodeIgniter 3.0 will support PHP 5.2. To put that in context, there hasn't been a supported or secure version of PHP 5.2 since January, 2011. That's nearly 4 years. To me, that's beyond irresponsible... Show More Summary
Recently, Symfony went from Zend-like bloat and rigidity to extreme decoupling and modularity. With the new Developer Experience initiative, Symfony has done a Laravel-style 180° and dove right into making its components more end-user...Show More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.36. Two security-related bugs were fixed in this release, including the fix for CVE-2014-8142. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. ForShow More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.4. This release fixes several bugs and one CVE related to unserialization. All PHP 5.6 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 5.6.4 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. Show More Summary
Virtualization for Developers Presented By John Coggeshall March 19, 2015 20:00 CDT The post March 2015 – US appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Composer the Right Way Presented By Rafael Dohms March 19, 2015 20:00 CET The post March 2015 – EU appeared first on Nomad PHP.
A few days ago, a new feature landed in composer, the --prefer-oldest argument. Normally, for any dependency, composer will attempt to always install the latest possible version. For instance, if your composer.json looks like this: "require"...Show More Summary
I have the honor today of writing a guest blog post on Igor Wiedler's Blog about Compilers. If you don't know @igorwhiletrue, he's pretty much the craziest developer that I know. And crazy in that genious sort of way. He's been doing a series of blog posts about Stack Machines and building complex runtimes from simple components. Show More Summary
If you have played with Elasticsearch, you already know that analyzing and tokenization are the most important steps while indexing content, and without them your pertinency is going to be bad, your users unhappy and your results poorly...Show More Summary
In this article I’m going to walk you through Medoo, a lightweight database abstraction library for PHP. Its main features include: Support for multiple databases - it supports MySQL, MariaDB, Sybase, MS SQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle. Secure...Show More Summary