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HTTP with GuzzlePHP - Nomad PHP

Presented by Jeremy Lindblom @jeremeamia Guzzle is both an HTTP client and a framework for building web service clients. It gives you all the power of cURL, but is really easy to use. With a sleek, event-driven request system and the ability to make requests in parallel, Guzzle should be a permanent part of your … The post HTTP with GuzzlePHP appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Licensing and You - Nomad PHP

Presented by Chris Tankdersley @dragonmantank No matter how much work developers do in the open source world, they are confronted by a myriad of different licenses for things they want to use. GPL, MIT, BSD, Apache… these are just a few of the different licenses PHP devs deal with. What is the difference, and if … The post Licensing and You appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Making your development process suck less - Brandon Savage

One of the easiest ways to start an argument in developer circles is to propose making a change to the development process. The means of developing applications is so crucial to the process of developing software that everybody has an opinion, and they’re convinced that their right. One company I worked for had a terribly […]

Interview with Jonathan Sundquist - Cal Evans

Blog: JonathanSunquist.com Twitter: @jsundquist Show Notes Midwest PHP 2015 Minnesota PHP User Group @greggb

Being a Full Stack Developer - SitePoint PHP

The barrier of entering the web development industry as a web developer is still low, but it’s getting increasingly complex. The dynamic nature of the whole industry makes requirements shift often to the most popular and “next best thing”...Show More Summary

PHP 5.7 New Features - Lately in PHP podcast episode 51 - PHP Classes

PHP 5.7 New Features - Lately in PHP podcast episode 51 By Manuel Lemos Now that PHP 5.6 was finally released, PHP 5.7 is already being planned as a release to happen before PHP 7. The new features planned for PHP 5.7 was one of the main topics covered by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 51 of the Lately in PHP podcast. Show More Summary

What to Expect from Yii 2.0 - SitePoint PHP

Yii 2.0 was released into beta last April and the goal for a first stable release was set for the middle of 2014. The GitHub issue list has 300 open issues and 2913 closed while I’m writing this and both numbers are still increasing....Show More Summary

FluentDOM 5.1 - New Features - Thomas Weinert

FluentDOM 5.1 is now available. Here are some of the highlights: Functors  The classes can now be called as functions to navigate in a DOM with XPath expressions. The following example fetches all link hrefs attributes from an html page: $dom...Show More Summary

How to Deploy Symfony Apps with Capifony - SitePoint PHP

Say you have a Symfony application. At some point, you would like to deploy it to your server and show it to the world. Of course, you can do it all manually, but these days you can also choose to use a tool like Capifony. If you have developed Ruby applications in the past, you are perhaps familiar with Capistrano. Show More Summary

PhpStorm 8 Released – See What’s New and Grab a Free License - SitePoint PHP

This week marks the release of PhpStorm 8. It’s no secret PhpStorm has been a long personal favorite of mine after having won me over from Zend Studio, Netbeans and Sublime Text, and we’ve covered the tool extensively before, most notably with the shortcuts guide by yours truly. Show More Summary

December 2014 – US - Nomad PHP

Tuning Nginx and PHP-FPM... The Right Way. Presented By Evan Coury December 18, 2014 20:00 CST The post December 2014 – US appeared first on Nomad PHP.

December 2014 – EU - Nomad PHP

Practical Message Queueing Using RabbitMQ Presented By James Titcumb December 18, 2014 20:00 CET The post December 2014 – EU appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Ardent: Laravel Models on Steroids - SitePoint PHP

One of the (few) things I don’t like about Laravel is that you cannot move the validation code from your controller to your models easily. When I write software I like to apply the “fat models, skinny controllers” principle. So, forShow More Summary

Using HAProxy to offload SSL - labs @ Qandidate.com

At Qandidate.com we started to use Docker containers to run our apps and REST APIs. Some of them are publicly exposed and should communicate over a secure connection. Of course we can config nginx in our containers to accept secure connections, but I want to show you how easy it is to use HAProxy to do the SSL offloading. ? labs @ Qandidate.com Permalink

Deployment with Zend Server (Part 8 of 8) - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

This is the final in a series of eight posts detailing tips on deploying o Zend Server. The previous post in the series detailed using the Zend Server SDK to deploy your Zend Server deployment packages (ZPKs) from the command line. Today,...Show More Summary

PHP 5.5.17 is available - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.5.17. Several bugs were fixed in this release. All PHP 5.5 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 5.5.17 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. The list of changes is recorded in the ChangeLog.

ZgPHP Conference 2014 – Free Entry - SitePoint PHP

For almost three years now, there has been a regular and well attended monthly PHP meetup in Zagreb, Croatia. October 2nd 2014 marks the third anniversary of this meetup, and in the spirit of last year, a one-day conference has beenShow More Summary

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