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CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) in a Laravel App - SitePoint PHP

In the previous part, we’ve bootstrapped our Laravel CRUD application by creating the database, some controllers, basic routes and simple views. In this part, we’ll wrap things up and implement proper CRUD. If you’d like to follow along...Show More Summary

PHP, Security & PSR-9/PSR-10 - blog.phpdev

Late yesterday afternoon the PSR-9 and PSR-10 drafts were moved into master on the php-fig/standards repository, moving them along to the next step and to get the wider perspective of the main PHP-FIG group’s opinions on it. What are...Show More Summary

Review: WordPress 4.x Complete - PHP Classes

Title WordPress 4.x Complete Reviewer Lopo Lencastre de Almeida Category PHP books Publisher Packt Author Karol Król Summary If you are willing to know more about what is WordPress then you think you know, you should read this book: "WordPress 4.x Complete". Show More Summary

How to use the Flickr Photo Search API - Web Development Blog » PHP Scripts

I have found one of the best places to find pictures to use on my websites is Flickr. They make it fairly easy to automatically embed Flickr photos onto your website using the Flickr photo search. This Flickr API tutorial will show you how to use the Flickr API to retrieve and display Flickr photos […]

php[tek[: Business Logic Security Slides - Ilia Alshanetsky

My slides from the php[tek] in Chicago on the topic of " Business Logic Security" are now available for download here:

Bootstrapping a Laravel CRUD Project - SitePoint PHP

In this tutorial, we’re going to build and run a simple CRUD application from scratch using Laravel 5. Installation and Setup If you’re already deep in PHP, then some of the stuff in this section will be common knowledge to you. In any case, let’s go over it. Show More Summary

More on syntax checking vala - and a nice video - Alan Knowles

Article originally from rooJSolutions blog As I wrote last week. I had added full syntax checking to the editor. So it runs a full compile check as you type. Here's a nice video of it working... After the initial joy of adding this to code, I soon realized it had a fatal flaw, read on to find out more..

Extending PHP Classes and the Object Model - PHP Classes

Extending PHP Classes and the Object Model By Dave Smith Nowadays many PHP developers use Object Oriented Programming (OOP). However not every PHP developer really understands why that is a good thing. Some use OOP just because theyShow More Summary

Conference travel expenses - Anna Filina

Some conferences cover expenses of their speakers, other conferences don’t. Travel and accommodation can be extremely expensive and some speakers wonder why a conference would choose to put that burden on the speakers. There are many ways to run a conference. Show More Summary

Take the summer session of The Object-Oriented PHP Masterclass - Brandon Savage

A large number of people told me that they couldn’t make the February class of The Object-Oriented PHP Masterclass, and that they hoped I’d teach it again soon. Well, if you’re one of those people, I have great news for you: the Object...Show More Summary

Radar: A PSR-7 Action-Domain-Responder Framework - Paul M. Jones

Radar is a PSR-7 compliant Action-Domain-Responder (ADR) system. While it may look like a micro-framework, it is more like a wrapper around the real core of your application domain. Its architecture makes it an excellent complement to Domain Driven Design. Radar is superficially similar to a micro-framework. Show More Summary

PHP7: Easiest Upgrade Yet - Lorna Mitchell

With PHP7 looking increasingly stable (relatively speaking, it's still pre-alpha so it's VERY early days and anything could happen!), and work going well on the GoPHP7-ext project to get extensions converted, I have been thinking about the migration guides we'll need to help people upgrade their existing applications. Show More Summary

Review: PhoneGap 3.x Mobile Application Development Hotshot - PHP Classes

Title PhoneGap 3.x Mobile Application Development Hotshot Reviewer Manuel Lemos Category Books about development tools Publisher Packt Author Kerri Shotts Summary If you are getting started with developing native mobile applications,...Show More Summary

PSR-7 released today - Evert Pot

Today PSR-7 got the 'accepted' state after quite a long journey. This is he result of the hard work of many people, but in particular Matthew Weier O'Phinney who did an amazing job herding cats with class. Dispite my concerns and my lone vote against the proposal, I'm excited o see this become the standard. Show More Summary

Interview with Gary Hockin - Cal Evans

@GeeH Show Notes Roave PHP SW (Bristol) The post Interview with Gary Hockin appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

PSR-7 Accepted! - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

I'm pleased to announce that as of 22:00 CDT on 18 May 2015, PSR-7 (HTTP Message Interfaces) has been accepted! The road to PSR-7 The road to PSR-7 was a long and winding one. It started in summer ofShow More Summary

Youtube Videos in PHP: Categories, Search and Suggestions - SitePoint PHP

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series How to Build a Youtube API App with LaravelIn the first part, we introduced the Youtube API and built a small demo to list the most popular videos on Youtube. In this part, we will extend our application to have search functionality, and we’ll also […] Continue reading %Youtube Videos in PHP: Categories, Search and Suggestions%

Prefix Trees and Parsers - Anthony Ferrara

In my last post, Tries and Lexers, I talked about an experiment I was doing related to parsing of JavaScript code. By the end of the post I had shifted to wanting to build a HTTP router using the techniques that I learned. Let's continue where we left off... Read more »

Memoization or function cache - Simon Holywell

A little known feature of PHP’s static keyword is that it allows for memoization or function caching. This is a process whereby a functions heavy lifting can be cached so that subsequent calls are faster. It is possible to store anyShow More Summary

How I Use Traits - Ross Tuck

Recently, a few folks asked about a trait in a new project I wrote. Right around the same time, Rafael Dohms showed me his new talk about complex cognitive processes we don’t notice. Because my brain is a big mushy sack, the two blended together. Show More Summary

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