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PHP 7 Scalar Type Hinting Finally Approved By Joseluis Laso (aka Patrick) After a long debate, a proposal to implement type hinting for scalar function parameters and return values was just approved with the highest vote count so far. Read this article to understand what scalar type hinting is and how you can benefit from it when you will run your code with PHP 7.
Speaker: Sammy Powers @SammyK When developing on Facebook, things change all the time. And things are about to change once again with the release of the Facebook PHP SDK v4.1. It’s got tons of new powerful features that have never existed in a Facebook PHP SDK before. Show More Summary
Speaker: Matt Stauffer @stauffermatt Changing major versions of a framework can be a daunting task, and the Laravel 4 to Laravel 5 upgrade path has had a lot of people talking lately. We’ll take an open-source Laravel 4 project and walk through the steps to convert a Laravel application from 4 to 5. The post Convert a Laravel Application from 4 to 5 appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Not so long ago, many of us were satisfied handling deployment of our projects by uploading files via FTP to a web server. I was doing it myself until relatively recently and still do on occasion (don’t tell anyone!). At some point in...Show More Summary
I said a couple of days ago that the “Modernizing” and “N+1? half-price bundle would go on sale Monday, but I finished sooner than I expected, so I’m starting the sale today. Go get the bundle here: I also said that the price would be $23.99 ($39.99), but I did my math wrong. It’s actually $22.99 (suggested $29.99). I love it when a project is early and under-budget!
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.7. Several bugs have been fixed as well as CVE-2015-0231, CVE-2015-2305 and CVE-2015-2331. All PHP 5.6 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 5.6.7 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. Show More Summary
Yesterday marked the release of the last beta version of Puli 1.0. Puli is now feature-complete and ready for you to try. The documentation has been updated and contains all the information that you need to get started. My current plan...Show More Summary
Main efforts last months focus on TreeBrowserBundle 2.0 and the related Sonata refactoring, and the ResourceBundle. Jackalope should see release 1.2 very soon, currently we are aware of only one issue hat needs to be fixed first. IfShow More Summary
Improving the use of a MongoDB database with the help of Symfony Listeners By Joseluis Laso (aka Patrick) Sometimes applications need to filter large amounts of information to show to the user a small subset of relevant data. However,...Show More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.39. Six security-related bugs were fixed in this release, including CVE-2015-0231, CVE-2015-2305 and CVE-2015-2331. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. Show More Summary
Getting Started with Aura Presented By Chris Tankersley June 18, 2015 20:00 CEST The post Getting Started with Aura appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Building PHP Daemons and Long Running Processes Presented By Tim Lytle June 18, 2015 20:00 CDT The post Building PHP Daemons and Long Running Processes appeared first on Nomad PHP.
This article was sponsored by Loggly. Thank you for supporting the sponsors who make SitePoint possible. When running an application or website, you’d be wise to not only keep track of your visitor statistics, but your performance as well. Show More Summary
As of a short bit ago, PSR-7 (meta) — HTTP Message Interfaces — is now in the voting phase! If you are a voting member of PHP-FIG, I urge you to read the specification and meta document now, and cast your vote accordingly. New sinceShow More Summary
The InPHPormation You Need to Know Current Versions of PHP (Make sure you are up to date!) 5.6.6 · Release Notes 5.5.22 · Release Notes 5.4.38 · Release Notes Book Suggestion Modern PHP: New Features and Good Practices Article to Read PSR-7 By Example Matthew Weier O'Phinney walks readers through PSR-7 and gives code to play with. Show More Summary
Laravel 5 is out, and you may have noticed that the old package development procedure has changed. In this quick tip we will see how we can bring the joy of package development as it was before Laravel 5 to the latest release. Continue reading %Quick Tip: Develop Laravel 5 Packages the Laravel 4 Way%
Contributing the open source is a topic raised time and again on blogs, during conferences, meetups and barcamps. This happens because of several reasons – many programmers want to be involved in extraordinary projects, create useful solutions or leave their marks on a masterpiece of software. I have always wanted to be a part of […]
I’ll have a new book finished and ready for you soon: Solving the N+1 Problem in PHP. Although I have written and spoken about the N+1 problem several times over the past few years, this book is an extended disstertation on the topic. Describing the N+1 problem is one thing, and talking about the solutions in the abstract yet another. Show More Summary
UserApp.io is a handy user management tool and API. It provides a web interface to deal with user accounts (and the many features this involves) and an API to hook them into your own web application. The purpose of this service is to...Show More Summary