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ConFoo - Deep Dive into Browser Performance - Ilia Alshanetsky

My slides from ConFoo 2015 about "Deep Dive into Browser Performance" are now available for download here.

PHP 5.4.38 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.38. Seven security-related bugs were fixed in this release, including CVE-2015-0273 and mitigation for CVE-2015-0235. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. Show More Summary

Confoo - Profiling with XHProf - Ilia Alshanetsky

My slides from ConFoo 2015 on "Profiling with XHProf" are now available for download here.

API Client TDD with Mocked Responses - SitePoint PHP

In parts one and two, we built some very basic functionality and used TDD with PHPUnit to make sure our classes are well tested. We also learned how to test an abstract class in order to make sure its concrete methods worked. Now, let’s...Show More Summary

Help Testing PHP 7 to Anticipate Bug Fixing - Lately in PHP podcast episode 56 - PHP Classes

Help Testing PHP 7 to Anticipate Bug Fixing - Lately in PHP podcast episode 56 By Manuel Lemos The PHP 7 final release with still take a few months to happen but Rasmus Lerdord the creator of PHP is already asking the community to help...Show More Summary

Interview with Ryan Weaver - Cal Evans

Twitter: @weaverryan Show Notes KNP University Grand Rapids PHP Developers

Adding Social Network Features to a PHP App with Neo4j - SitePoint PHP

In the last part, we learned about Neo4j and how to use it with PHP. In this post, we’ll be using that knowledge to build a real Silex-powered social network application with a graph database. Bootstrapping the application I’ll use Silex, Twig, Bootstrap and NeoClient to build the application. Create a directory for the app. Show More Summary

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report February 2015 Edition - 2014 Year Winners and November 2014 nominees - PHP Classes

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report February 2015 Edition - 2014 Year Winners and November 2014 nominees By Manuel Lemos This is the February edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and ErnaniShow More Summary

March 2015 – SE - Nomad PHP

Containers Throughout your Environment Presented By Phillip Baker March 25, 2015 14:00 CDT The post March 2015 – SE appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Discover Graph Databases with Neo4j and PHP - SitePoint PHP

In this post, we’ll be learning about Neo4j, the leading graph database, and ways to use it with PHP. In a followup post, we’ll be building a proper graph application powered by Silex. Graph databases are now one of the core technologies...Show More Summary

Scalar Types and PHP - Anthony Ferrara

There's currently a proposal that's under vote to add Scalar Typing to PHP. It's been a fairly controversial post, but at this point in time it's currently passing with 67.8% of votes. If you want a simplified breakdown of the proposal, check out Pascal Martin's excellent post about it. Show More Summary

Sunshine PHP 2015 Wrap-up - Cal Evans

Twitter: @adamculp Show Notes South Florida PHP Sunshine PHP Conference

Push your Drupal Site’s Events to your Phone with Pushover - SitePoint PHP

In this article I am going to show you how you can integrate Pushover with your Drupal site. I will illustrate a couple of examples of how you can use Pushover to notify yourself as soon as something happens on your site. The code IShow More Summary

Conferences that are parties with talks - PHPBenelux and SunshinePHP - Liip

I recently read this tweet by @CalEvans, I couldn’t have said it better myself.  “Sunshine PHP  @adamculp threw a party in Miami and a conference broke out. :) #ssp15” When I return from a conference, I feel like...Show More Summary

A case for weak type hints only in PHP7 - Benjamin Eberlei

A case for weak type hints only in PHP7 TL;DR: I was one voice for having strict type hints until I tried the current patch. From both a library and application developer POV they don’t bring much o the table. I think PHP would be more...Show More Summary

SunshinePHP 2015 thoughts - Michael Kimsal

Just got back from SunshinePHP 2015 – one of the better tech conferences I’ve been to in a while.  Lots of familiar faces (Cal, Michaelangelo, MWOP, Clark etc), but also a number of new people I’d never met before (hello James, Marian,...Show More Summary

It’s the Booze Talking – Drupal - Cal Evans

Twitter: Angela Byron @webchick Larry Garfield @Crell Jeffrey A. McGuire @horncologne Show Notes Jeffery A. McGuire Larry Garfield @drupalhross Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8 Drupal Module Upgrader Aquia Podcasts Horn Cologne YouTube channel

Introducing Pagoda Box – a PaaS just for PHP - SitePoint PHP

In this article, we’ll take a look at Pagoda Box, another PaaS (Platform as a Service). If you have used other PaaS in previews projects, Pagoda Box is similar to Heroku. Pagoda Box is PHP only (for now) and has a well defined architecture to start developing with PHP. Show More Summary

10 Tips to Adapt PHP Web Sites for Mobile Devices - PHP Classes

10 Tips to Adapt PHP Web Sites for Mobile Devices By Manuel Lemos The trend of users accessing the Web more and more from mobile devices than from desktop computers is not new. However, the effort that is often necessary to adapt sites...Show More Summary

In favor of RFC "Scalar Type Hints" - Pascal Martin

Cet article est aussi disponible en français. The Scalar Type Hints RFC for PHP 7 has first been initialized in December 2014. It went on with version 0.2 at the middle of January 2015, after changing several major ideas, and is now in version 0.3, integrating return types, as RFC Return Type Declarations has been accepted a few days ago. Show More Summary

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