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We’ve gone through a decent number of tutorials about code quality, inspections, auto-build systems and so on here at SitePoint: PHP Quality Assurance with Jenkins [4-part series] PHP and Continuous Integration with Travis CI Visualize...Show More Summary
Speaker: Jacques Woodcock @jacqueswoodcock Working with files in PHP can be a fun and a frustrating task; one you never know when you’ll be asked to do. In this talk, we’ll go over how to work with files and some of the most common built in functions to help accomplish your tasks. The post PHP Files: An Introduction appeared first on Nomad PHP.
PHPMailer is the most popular open source PHP library to send emails with. It was first released way back in 2001 and since then it has become a PHP developer’s favorite way of sending emails programatically, beside a few other fan favorites...Show More Summary
Fear Not the Machine of State! Presented By Yitzchok Willroth July 23, 2015 20:00 CEST The post Fear Not the Machine of State! appeared first on Nomad PHP.
I don't like ORMs. I really don't. It's not just because all of the ORM frameworks I've seen make mockery out of performance needs, but they also tend to be extremely over-engineered, which makes me want to cry. I'd wager that most people...Show More Summary
A few weeks back I wrote a piece about updating PHARs in-situ, what we’ve taken to calling “self-updating”. In that article, I touched on making Transport Layer Security (TLS, formerly SSL) enforcement one of the central objectives of a self-updating process. Show More Summary
PHP IPC with Daemon Service using Message Queues, Shared Memory and Semaphores By Dmitry Mamontov In a previous article, we learned how to create a simple daemon service in PHP to monitor and process an important activity on a machine...Show More Summary
Today we are going to look at StackPHP and try to understand what this thing is all about. Although this post will have some code, this article will be rather theoretical as we are interested in learning what StackPHP actually is, where...Show More Summary
Readying PHP 7 for its Release - Lately in PHP podcast episode 58 By Manuel Lemos According to the proposed PHP 7.0 timeline, on March 16 started a period on which there will be only finalization and testing of the implementation ofShow More Summary
From the Aura blog: Our first 3.x package is now available for review, a PSR-7 implementation of Aura.Router. It includes some feature upgrades such as custom rules and more powerful route definitions. … On a side note, the package documentation uses Bookdown for its documentation. Show More Summary
Last week, I was at Drupal Dev Days in Montpellier with a few other Liipers. It was, as often is with such conferences in the Drupal community, greatly encouraging to see the passion and effort of the many Drupal developers there. Porte...Show More Summary
After we changed silently to using WordPress a few weeks ago for this blog (from the ageing Flux CMS software), we now also upgraded the server software to the latest and greatest versions. We finally use HHVM 3.6, nginx with SPDY 3.1...Show More Summary
@dcousineau Show Notes Queens JS @queens_js Lonestar PHP The post Interview with Daniel Cousineau appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
In this article, we are going to look at how we can create a Drupal module which will allow your users to like your posts. The implementation will use jQuery to make AJAX calls and save this data asynchronously. Creating your Drupal like module Let’s start by creating the new Drupal module. Show More Summary
In the debate between developers and their employers, fixing technical debt is often seen as a cost center, a time suck that takes away from feature work. After all, when there are features to ship and clients to satisfy, taking theShow More Summary
Earlier this week we had a discussion in the PHPNL Slack chat about finding jobs and using recruiters for this purpose. Some people had used recruiters to find their job and were stating that they might not have found their current job without the recruiter. Show More Summary
It is known, the dev community loves bashing. Bashing on Microsoft, on IE, on Java, on PHP, on frameworks, on conference organizers, on OSS leaders, on legacy code… bashing on pretty much anything that we personally dislike. This is not a good thing. Show More Summary
As the web continues to mature and the demand for the efficiency of content delivery increases, more and more slim and trim CMSs are coming into the fray. Developers (front-end and back-end) are branching away from the heavy-hitters like WordPress and Drupal, and into the likes of more streamlined, tailor-made solutions. Show More Summary