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10 years ago today I first started this blog. I guess at this point it might be the longest running ‘thing’ I’ve ever done. Back then I had never been on an airplane, but since then I’ve blogged from every continent except Antartica. Although...Show More Summary
You're building an application, and you need to share the database's structure with your team. After all, you want everyone to be up and running as soon as possible. What do you do? SQL dumps of table structures? You could... but that's...Show More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.22. 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...Show More Summary
I recently stumbled across a fascinating question: how could I tell whether an image had changed significantly? As PHP developers, the most troublesome image problem we have to deal with is how to resize an upload with an acceptableShow More Summary
Speaker: Juan Manuel Torres @onema Did you know that PHP can be used to create Command Line Interface (CLI) applications? In fact, CLI support was officially added in version 4.3.0 more than 13 years ago! This talk will guide you through...Show More Summary
Note: The recommendations in this post are intended for a very advanced audience. While the content applies broadly, creating and maintaining your own framework is not advised for everyone, unless you know exactly what you’re doing.Show More Summary
If you're a web developer, possibly one of your most boring and repetitive tasks is the configuration of the basic setup for every new project. Configuring your my-project.dev domain, creating the database, installing WordPress (or any other CMS/Framework) for the thousandth time: you already know how to do it. Show More Summary
On your TYPO3 production machine ( TYPO3_CONTEXT=Production ) an extbase plugin crashes and only leaves a cryptic message: Oops, an error occurred! Code: 201605240939366c16aa1f If you did not modify TYPO3's error handling , he real error...Show More Summary
August - EU Presented By Larry Garfield August 18, 2016 20:00 CEST The post Make Your Code Do Your Job appeared first on Nomad PHP.
I recently discovered the -i switch to curl ! I have no idea why I didn't know about this before… Curl is one of those tools that every developer should know. It's universal and tends to be available everywhere. When developing APIs,...Show More Summary
Video Audio only @helenhousandi Show Notes Sculpin Monii.com Monii.io Madison PHP User Group The post Interview with Beau Simensen appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Installing a Database Schema from a JSON format By Samuel Adeshina Installing a database schema is an important setup task that most PHP applications need to do. The Scripd package can generate the necessary SQL to install all typesShow More Summary
Notable PHP package: PHP PDF to Text By Manuel Lemos Many Web applications need to deal with PDF documents and their contents for instance to search for particular text. However, the PDF format is not easy to analyse and it containsShow More Summary
Detecting Malicious Users behind Anonymous Proxies using IP2Proxy By Elma Dilaver Gheith Proxy servers are used by many users to bypass Web site restrictions. Sometimes malicious users are hiding behind proxies to commit fraud because...Show More Summary
This week, I’m attending php[tek]. This is my seventh php[tek], and the first I’ve attended not as a speaker. It’s one of my favorite conferences, and I didn’t want to miss its first year in a new city: St. Louis. As we gear up for the...Show More Summary
Last week, a proposal to standardize middleware for PSR-7 was introduced to the PHP-FIG. The general concept of middleware is not a new one, and has been in use in the PHP world for many years. Several people have raised significant concerns with the proposal, which have gone completely unheeded by the author. Show More Summary
The first part of this series was an introduction of the PHP Intl extension and of how to localize your application's messages. In this part, we're going to learn about localizing numbers, dates, calendars, and similar complex data.Show More Summary
August 2016 US - XX Presented By Kayla Daniels August 18, 2016 20:00 CDT The post Here be Dragons: What It’s Really Like to Slay a Monolith appeared first on Nomad PHP.
We recently got a support ticket with a simple sabre/xml question. Because it’s a nice demonstration for sabre/xml, I thought it would make for a short and sweet blog post. eddy8 asks (paraphrased): how do I repeat the same xml element...Show More Summary