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I often find myself having to update my fork of someone else’s repo to include the changes made to the original since the fork. In fact, we use this approach often in SitePoint’s Peer Review System as well. Purely by accident, I’ve recently...Show More Summary
@aepod Show Notes Minnesota User Group The post Interview with Matthew Beane appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
The Clean Code Architecture was introduced by Robert C. Martin on the 8light blog. The idea was to create an architecture which is independent of any external agency. Your business logic should not be coupled to a framework, a database, or to the web itself. Show More Summary
Bastian Hofmann My friend Bastian Hofmann was flying to Brussels to speak at the PHPBenelux Conference that I organize. I The post Bastian Hofmann – Talking about ResearchGate, Berlin & PHPBenelux appeared first on Thijs Feryn's blo...
I woke up to the news that Jack has denied that Twitter had plans to have a re-ordered timeline. I was highly sceptical of that ever happening and it is for a purely technical reason. Now anything is of course ‘possible’ but TwitterShow More Summary
Source: Xavier33300 on Flickr.com In my previous article about arrays (the basics, simple operations and associative arrays or hash maps) I have shown what arrays are and what you can do with it. Now I want to dive into real fun andShow More Summary
There are many ways to JOIN data from two database tables and filter the information you require. Craig Buckler wrote a popular piece on understanding JOINs; namely INNER, LEFT, RIGHT, and FULL OUTER. This article is an extension of that one. Let’s recap these real quick. Show More Summary
The PHPBenelux Conference edition 2016 took place last week in Antwerpen (Belgium). As an organizer, I’m really happy with the The post Making the PHPBenelux Conference happen appeared first on Thijs Feryn's blog.
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.18. 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 of PHP 5.6.18 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. Show More Summary
I was working on a legacy project recently and needed to import some data from MySQL 5.5. All the queries in the code worked perfectly in MySQL 5.5, so I assumed an upgrade to 5.7 would be seamless. Not so. First I got errors due toShow More Summary
For the most of the web developer which are using the function preg_match, is the function preg_match_all a smaller advantage, but for all others it’s maybe hard to understand. The biggest difference between preg_match_all and the regular preg_match is that all matched values are stored inside a multi-dimensional array to store an unlimited number of matches. […]
Every once in a while I run into a tool or plugin so useful I can’t not add it to my arsenal. I usually shout out tweets and try to spread the word that way, but this time I believe I’ve got such a neat (and somewhat random) collection...Show More Summary
Getting User Input through SMS Text Messaging By Dave Smith Setting up your Web site to interact with users through SMS text messages can be exciting. Users send their requests via SMS, your web site sends back responses, pretty cool...Show More Summary
@assertchris Show Notes Silverstripe.com Asynchronous PHP video on Nomad PHP Zombies and Binary (Lightning Talk) PHP User Group – Wellington Laravel User Group – Wellington The post Interview with Christopher Pitt appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Michael Heap is a developer who works at Datasift. On Thursday January 28th 2016 Michael flew from London Heathrow to The post Michael Heap – Talking about PHPBenelux, Datasift, miles & points appeared first on Thijs Feryn's blog.
Creating your business website with any CMS requires you to make the back-end user friendly, and that means making the forms meaningful and accessible. In this article, we’re going to explore OctoberCMS form widgets and create a widget called UniqueValue, which helps the user enter a unique value. Show More Summary
This is my favorite PHP download script. I’ve used a different more simple method until a client wanted to be able to allow their site visitors to download a large file from a password protected directory. The PHP script works on Apache web servers for all kind of files. I have used this script for […]
One of the final tasks in prepping for the Expressive 1.0 release was setting up the documentation site. We'd decided to use GitHub Pages for his, and we wanted to automate builds so that as we push to the master branch, documentation is deployed. The process turned out both simple and bewilderingly difficult. Show More Summary
In the first part of our Appserver series, we discussed the very high level differences of Appserver’s architecture to standard web server stacks and got you up and running with an Appserver instance. If you missed that part, please take the time to read it. In this part, we will be exploring the Appserver architecture a bit more in depth. Show More Summary