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How to Build an OctoberCMS Theme - SitePoint PHP

October CMS is the new star in the sky of CMSes. Built on top of Laravel, it promises joyful coding and a back to basics approach. Read our introduction here and find out how to build plugins for it here. In this article, we’re going to see how we can build a theme. What We Are Going to Build We are going to build a blogging theme. Show More Summary

It's All About Time - Anthony Ferrara

An interesting pull request has been opened against PHP to make bin2hex() constant time. This has lead to some interesting discussion on the mailing list (which even got me to reply :-X). There has been pretty good coverage over remote timing attacks in PHP, but they talk about string comparison. I'd like to talk about other types of timing attacks. Read more »

PHP version 5.5.20RC1 and 5.6.4RC1 - Remi Collet

NEW : Release Candidate versions are now available in remi-test repository for Fedora and Enterprise Linux (RHEL / CentOS) to allow more people to test them. They are only available as Software Collections, for a parallel installation,...Show More Summary

October 2014 on internals@php - Pascal Martin

Cet article est aussi disponible en français. You can follow me @pascal_martin, and there is an RSS feed of the posts I write in English. 809 messages have been exchanged in October 2014 on PHP’s internals@ mailing-list — a bit moreShow More Summary

SymfonyCon 2014 – Day #1 - Piotr Pasich

Yesterday, me and my fellows from @XSolve arrived to Madrid at SymfonyCon Madrid 2014 conference. It’s the greatest and finest Symfony’s event in the year. A lot attendees came to listen about Symfony as a framework and as a success story. The day started with opening Keynote conducted by Fabien Potencier. Show More Summary

PHP News You May Have Missed – October / November 2014 - SitePoint PHP

In an already all too familiar format, here’s more PHP news you may have missed over the past month or so. Some of these will be presented in more depth in future posts, but it’s just as important to have a heads up about them. HHVM HHVM is on fire lately – we have four […] Continue reading %PHP News You May Have Missed – October / November 2014%

Symfony CMF Hackdays in Würzburg (12/13 Dec. 2014) - Symfony CMF

The Mayflower Gmbh will host the next Symfony CMF Hackday in Würzburg, Germany. It will be focused on the roadmap for the 1.3 release. We are going to have nearly two days of hacking and pushing the CMF forward to the next version. You can sign up to the event on Doodle. There will be a public workshop as an opener, too. Show More Summary

Broadway just got a new release - labs @ Qandidate.com

Today we tagged version 0.3.0 for Broadway. In this version we have merged some nice pull requests from various contributors, thanks to everybody that submitted issues and/or pull requests! One of the pull requests we received is from simensen. He added factories for our aggregates. ? labs @ Qandidate.com Permalink

OAuth Pin Based Authorization for Twitter, LinkedIn, Imgur and Others - PHP Classes

OAuth Pin Based Authorization for Twitter, LinkedIn, Imgur and Others By Manuel Lemos Some applications need to access OAuth based APIs but since they are not based on regular Web browsers, they need to need to use an alternative method...Show More Summary

London in Fives: The Making Of - Derick Rethans

London in Fives: The Making Of London, UK Tuesday, November 25th 2014, 08:55 GMT A few days ago I published a video called "London in Fives" on Vimeo. In this article I am explaining how I made this, including the hardware and software...Show More Summary

Interview with Lorna Jane Mitchell - Cal Evans

Twitter: @lornajane Show Notes LornaJane.net Leeds PHP PHP Northwest

Horde im Tatort - Horde news

Horde Groupware played a role in Germany's number one crime series on Sunday evening.

Alternatives To MVC - Anthony Ferrara

Last week, I wrote A Beginner's Guide To MVC For The Web. In it, I described some of the problems with both the MVC pattern and the conceptual "MVC" that frameworks use. But what I didn't do is describe better ways. I didn't describe any of the alternatives. So let's do that. Let's talk about some of the alternatives to MVC... Read more »

Geospatial Search with SOLR and Solarium - SitePoint PHP

In a recent series of articles I looked in detail at Apache’s SOLR and Solarium. To recap; SOLR is a search service with a raft of features - such as faceted search and result highlighting - which runs as a web service. Solarium is a...Show More Summary

Mongo Replicaset Issue - NAT'd server - Paul Reinheimer

We just ran into an issue joining a new server to our MongoDB replica set powering Where’s it Up & ShotSherpa. We copied the data over to give it a good starting point, then added it to the replica set. We waited a while, it still hadn’t joined, looking at the tail of the log showed many connection lines, nothing telling. Show More Summary

PCNTL with mod_php and phancap 0.2 - Christian Weiske

Last week I released version 0.2.0 of phancap, he self-hosted website screenshot service. phancap uses cutycapt o render website screenshots on a headless server, and it works fine most of the time. The problem here is most of the time;...Show More Summary

Static Sites with Sculpin - Nomad PHP

Presented by Chris Tankersley @dragonmantank We can build anything we want with PHP, be it a small little blog for ourselves to a giant world-spanning social media network. There are times though that we do not need all of the dynamic goodness that PHP brings and we just need a site that sits there. Sculpin … The post Static Sites with Sculpin appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Harnessing the Power of Connected Data - Nomad PHP

Presented by Jeremy Kendall @jeremykendall Connected data is the data of the present, and graph databases are the databases of the future. Learn how to harness the power of connected data in this quick introduction to Neo4j. Features hot chicken and barbecue. The post Harnessing the Power of Connected Data appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Building an Internationalized Blog with FigDice - SitePoint PHP

In part one of this two-part series I started looking at FigDice, a PHP templating system that takes a slightly different approach to most. So far we’ve put together a very simple example website using Figdice. We’ve implemented a couple...Show More Summary

A Beginner's Guide To MVC For The Web - Anthony Ferrara

There are a bunch of guides out there that claim to be a guide to MVC. It's almost like writing your own framework in that it's "one of those things" that everyone does. I realized that I never wrote my "beginners guide to MVC". So I've decided to do exactly that. Here's my "beginners guide to MVC for the web": Read more »

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