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PHP 5.4.36 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.36. Two security-related bugs were fixed in this release, including the fix for CVE-2014-8142. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. ForShow More Summary

PHP 5.6.4 is available - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.4. This release fixes several bugs and one CVE related to unserialization. All PHP 5.6 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 5.6.4 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. Show More Summary

March 2015 – US - Nomad PHP

Virtualization for Developers Presented By John Coggeshall March 19, 2015 20:00 CDT The post March 2015 – US appeared first on Nomad PHP.

March 2015 – EU - Nomad PHP

Composer the Right Way Presented By Rafael Dohms March 19, 2015 20:00 CET The post March 2015 – EU appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Testing your composer dependencies with prefer-lowest - Evert Pot

A few days ago, a new feature landed in composer, the --prefer-oldest argument. Normally, for any dependency, composer will attempt to always install the latest possible version. For instance, if your composer.json looks like this: "require"...Show More Summary

Stack Machines: Compilers - Anthony Ferrara

I have the honor today of writing a guest blog post on Igor Wiedler's Blog about Compilers. If you don't know @igorwhiletrue, he's pretty much the craziest developer that I know. And crazy in that genious sort of way. He's been doing a series of blog posts about Stack Machines and building complex runtimes from simple components. Show More Summary

Efficient Chinese Search with Elasticsearch - SitePoint PHP

If you have played with Elasticsearch, you already know that analyzing and tokenization are the most important steps while indexing content, and without them your pertinency is going to be bad, your users unhappy and your results poorly...Show More Summary

Getting Started with Medoo – Examples of Use - SitePoint PHP

In this article I’m going to walk you through Medoo, a lightweight database abstraction library for PHP. Its main features include: Support for multiple databases - it supports MySQL, MariaDB, Sybase, MS SQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle. Secure...Show More Summary

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report December 2014 Edition - September 2014 nominees - PHP Classes

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report December 2014 Edition - September 2014 nominees By Manuel Lemos This is the December edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment about...Show More Summary

ZCE Questions Pack Unavailable - Lorna Mitchell

There is a change in legislation for selling digital goods to anyone in the EU, and to cut a long story short this means that my ZCE Questions Pack will be unavailable at least in the short term. The pack is intended for anyone preparing...Show More Summary

Interview with Stefan Koopmanschap - Cal Evans

Twitter: @skoop Show Notes Left on the Web PHP Amersfoort

AngularJS in Drupal Apps - SitePoint PHP

Angular.js is the hot new thing right now for designing applications in the client. Well, it’s not so new anymore but is sure as hell still hot, especially now that it’s being used and backed by Google. It takes the idea of a JavaScript...Show More Summary

The definitive guide to contributing to open source - Brandon Savage

There are millions of PHP developers, but only a (large) handful of contributors, authors and maintainers of open source software. Packagist reports a little under 50,000 packages in the PHP ecosystem. This is a huge number of open source packages, but is a small number compared to the PHP developers in the world. The truth […]

Objects as keys - PHP 10.0 Blog

I’m going to put to vote soon another of my RFCs, namely one about “objects as keys“. So, I want to outline the case for it here and address some criticisms and questions raised while discussing it. Why we may want it it? Traditionally,...Show More Summary

How your PHP Programming Style Can Hurt Your Code Performance - Lately in PHP podcast episode 54 - PHP Classes

How your PHP Programming Style Can Hurt Your Code Performance - Lately in PHP podcast episode 54 By Manuel Lemos The recent article of Anthony Ferrara explaining how disabling garbage collection improved the performance of Composer exposed how certain programming styles can hurt PHP code performance. Show More Summary

Writing API Documentation with Slate - SitePoint PHP

So you’ve built yourself an API. Perhaps it’s REST_ful_, REST_like_ or something else entirely. You’ve implemented authentication - be it using OAuth, HTTP Basic Auth or JSON Web Tokens. You’ve fashioned your responses using JSON, maybe XML, or even something else. Show More Summary

PHP-FPM in Docker - Remi Collet

Use case : running php 5.3.3 on a Fedora 20 / 21 development workstation, for production deployment on  RHEL-6 (as no php 5.3 SCL exists). This example can be easily adapted for all available PHP versions available as RPM (5.3.3 in RHEL-6,...Show More Summary

Documenting your code in a useful way - Brandon Savage

Few things bring out fights among programmers quite like a fight over documentation. There are many schools of thought, from “document every line” to “let the code self-document.” For the most part, PHP seems to have agreed on a generalized standard for documentation in code, called PHPDoc. Actual blocks of documentation are referred to as […]

7 CRM Options Compatible with Drupal - SitePoint PHP

I love Drupal and end up undertaking most of my programming projects with it. I have been using it for so long that I find it far easier to push out projects with Drupal than with anything else, despite it’s infamous learning curve. Whether...Show More Summary

The Hexagonal Architecture training tour - Matthias Noback

An ever recurring pattern in my life is this one: I stumble upon some interesting piece of code, an intriguing book chapter, a fascinating concept, etc. Slowly, over the next couple of weeks, my brain realises that, yes, this is some...Show More Summary

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