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Review: MongoDB and PHP - PHP Classes

Title MongoDB and PHP Reviewer Jose Gomez Category PHP books Publisher O'Reilly Author Steve Francia Summary MongoDB and PHP is a great book that obviously describes how to use MongoDB with PHP. The target readers of this book are PHP programmers. Show More Summary

Using Selenium with PHPUnit - SitePoint PHP

Testing is a really wide subject, whether it be unit testing, functional testing, acceptance testing, etc. In this article, we’re going to see how you can do acceptance testing using Selenium. I will use a practical example to illustrate a real use case. Show More Summary

Behind the scenes at Coolblue - Matthias Noback

Leaving Qandidate, off to Coolblue After I had a very interesting conversation with the developers behind the Broadway framework for CQRS and event sourcing the day wasn't over for me yet. I walked about one kilometer to the north to...Show More Summary

Composer cache on Travis - Cees-Jan Kiewiet

Ever since the Test lowest, current, and highest possible on Travis post I wanted to dive into caching composers cache and vendor on Travis. My experiments started the day after that post.

What You Should Do Before Pushing PHP Code to your Production GIT Repository - PHP Classes

What You Should Do Before Pushing PHP Code to your Production GIT Repository By Suresh Kumar Every time you commit new code to a Git repository, there is a great chance that the code has problems that were not detected with your usual...Show More Summary

On PSR7 and HTTP Headers - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

Yesterday, a question tagged #psr7 on Twitter caught my eye: #psr7 Request::getHeader($name) return array of single string instead of strings in #Slim3? cc: @codeguy pic.twitter.com/ifA9hCKAPs @feryardiant (tweet) The image linked provides...Show More Summary

Checking your code for PSR-2 - Rob Allen

Most of the projects that I work on follow the PSR-2 coding style guidelines. I prefer to ensure that my PRs pass before Travis or Jenkins tells me, so let's look at how to run PSR-2 checks locally. PHP_CodeSniffer My preferred tool for checking coding styles in PHP is PHP_CodeSniffer. Show More Summary

Review: Symfony Certification - PHP Classes

Title Symfony Certification Reviewer Joseluis Laso Category PHP books Publisher Leanpub Author Raúl Fraile Summary Symfony Certification self-study is a well structured book, if can say, following all the subjects proposed by SensioLabs...Show More Summary

PHP South Coast Wrap-up - Cal Evans

Rich Sage @rich_81 Dave Baker @fully_baked James Titcumb @asgrim Show Notes PHP South Coast 2015 PHP Dorset Brighton PHP PHP Hampshire The post PHP South Coast Wrap-up appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Speeding up Existing Apps with a Redis Cache - SitePoint PHP

We’ve gone through the basics of Redis in PHP before, but it’s time to cover a real life use case. In this tutorial, we’ll add it to an already deployed application to give the app the appearance of speed. You can easily follow along...Show More Summary

How to Render 3D Surfaces in PHP using 2D Contour Plots - PHP Classes

How to Render 3D Surfaces in PHP using 2D Contour Plots By Dan Thanh Contour plots are graphics that render lines that connect points in a geographic region that have the same value, for instance points in a terrain with the same altitude. Show More Summary

Speeding up database calls with PDO and iterators - Michelangelo van Dam

Image source: Wikipedia.org When you review lots of code, you often wonder why things were written the way they were. Especially when making expensive calls to a database, I still see things that could and should be improved. No framework...Show More Summary

Custom Callbacks with Invoke - blog.phpdev

In putting the Invoke library to use I noticed something. While I could tell it to check for groups and permissions on the current user and limit HTTP methods on the request, there were more complex things I needed to check that weren’t part of these defaults. Show More Summary

Console Wars – PHP CLI Libraries - SitePoint PHP

I have always been a big fan of console commands and I try to provide a command line interface (CLI) as much as possible in most of my PHP projects. In this article, I’ll briefly compare three PHP console command libraries: The Symfony...Show More Summary

PEAR 1.10.0dev1 brings PHP 7 compatibility! - Official Blog of the PEAR Group/PEAR President

We’ve released PEAR installer version 1.10.0dev1, which brings support for PHP 7 while dropping support for PHP 4 – 5.3. See the announcement post @ cweiske.de for more information.

PEAR 1.10.0dev1 brings PHP 7 compatibility! - Christian Weiske

The new PEAR installer release adds PHP 7 support while dropping support for PHP 4 - 5.3. It also fixes a nasty SSL issue that made it hard to use on PHP 5.6. With the update, strict warnings about static calls to a non-static PEAR::isError()...Show More Summary

SQL style guide - Simon Holywell

When you’re working in a team you need ways to easily share and denote good style and taste. This is true of your primary programming language with PEP8 for Python and PSRs 1 & 2 for PHP being well known. There is probably even a style guide for html and CSS set out at your company. Show More Summary

Test Your PHP Application on PHP 7 - Lorna Mitchell

PHP 7 is coming, which is nice, but what does it mean for the majority of PHP developers? PHP as a community is notoriously slow in adoption, some of us are still waiting for 2012's new shiny to be available as standard on our hosting platforms. Show More Summary

New "remi-php70" repository - Remi Collet

I've just open the remi-php70 repository for Fedora ? 21 and Enterprise Linux ? 6. Current version is PHP 7.0.0beta2 with about 25 extensions which are already compatible. This repository provides developement versions which are notShow More Summary

Continuous delivery environment with Docker, AWS EB and Codeship - Piotr Pasich

Part I – Setting up environment with Docker I have spent a lot of time watching presentations about automated deployment with Ansible, Capifony, Capistrano or making consistent environments with Vagrant or VirtualBox, but all of those presentations did not tought me how to build environment from scratch, to achieve complete continuous delivery system. And that’s […]

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