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PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report November 2014 Edition - August 2014 nominees - PHP Classes

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report November 2014 Edition - August 2014 nominees By Manuel Lemos This is the November edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment aboutShow More Summary

How to meet your estimations with the deadline - Piotr Pasich

Estimate a project or a task is a huge issue for all developers. Even if your experience allows you to be pretty sure that your estimations are complete and you shouldn’t exceed them then there always might occur some problems. The thing I struggle with is I always think as a developer. Show More Summary

sabre/dav 2.1 released. - Evert Pot

6 months after the last major release, we just put sabre/dav 2.1 live. I'm very excited to announce that we finally have support for CalDAV scheduling (rfc6638), which is a big deal and was hard to implement. This means that invitations...Show More Summary

Yii 2.0 ActiveRecord Explained - SitePoint PHP

The ActiveRecord class in Yii provides an object oriented interface (aka ORM) for accessing database stored data. Similar structures can be found in most modern frameworks like Laravel, CodeIgniter, Smyfony and Ruby. Today, we’ll goShow More Summary

PHP 7 Release Date Settled - Lately in PHP podcast episode 53 - PHP Classes

PHP 7 Release Date Settled - Lately in PHP podcast episode 53 By Manuel Lemos Now that the main features of PHP 7 are practically decided, the PHP 7.0 release date is also being settled for late 2015. This was one of the main topicsShow More Summary

Interview with Mike van Riel - Cal Evans

Twitter: @mvriel Show Notes MikevanRiel.com PHP Documentor

Introducing OctoberCMS – a Laravel-based CMS - SitePoint PHP

October CMS is a lightweight, back to basics content management system built on Laravel, and on a mission to make your web development workflow easy again. It boasts a very simple and fast learning curve, with a guarantee that you’ll be off the ground and up and running in no time at all. Show More Summary

Practical OOP: Building a Quiz App – MVC - SitePoint PHP

In part one of this series we began, using the bottom-up design approach, by creating our Quiz and Question entities, writing a dummy Data Mapper class for the Quiz entities, and sketching the interface for our main service, \QuizApp\Service\Quiz, which will define the flow for a user solving a quiz. Show More Summary

Packages: the case for clones - Matthias Noback

Don't reinvent the wheel There is this ongoing discussion in the PHP community (and I guess in every software-related community) about reinventing wheels. A refreshing angle in this debate came from an article by Phil Sturgeon pointing to the high number of "duplicate" packages available on Packagist. Show More Summary

Transparent Redirects with Braintree - SitePoint PHP

The mere mention of “PCI Compliance” usually elicits a combination of confused looks and sweaty palms from business owners who accept credit card payments online. But what does it really mean? It’s a complicated topic, but the shortShow More Summary

Making Agile Retrospectives Productive - SitePoint PHP

They say that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. That applies just as well when your history comes in two-week sprints as it does when you measure the time between cultural revolutions. If you don’t pay attention to what has worked and what hasn’t and don’t decide what action to take in […] Continue reading %Making Agile Retrospectives Productive%

My view of PHP version adoption - Jordi Boggiano

PHP 5.3 has been out of maintenance for about three months now and it seems like it's time for the community to move on at last. Drupal8 will target 5.4. Symfony announced the results of a poll about which PHP version Symfony3 should target (TL;DR: 5.5 and 5.6 are preferred). Show More Summary

PHP 5.4.35 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.35. 4 security-related bugs were fixed in this release, including the fix for CVE-2014-3710. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source...Show More Summary

PHP 5.6.3 is available - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.3. This release fixes several bugs and one CVE in the fileinfo extension. All PHP 5.6 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 5.6.3 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. Show More Summary

PHP 5.5.19 is available - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.5.19. This release fixes several bugs and one CVE in the fileinfo extension. All PHP 5.5 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 5.5.19 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. Show More Summary

Practical OOP: Building a Quiz App – Bootstrapping - SitePoint PHP

At a certain point of my development as a PHP programmer, I was building MVC applications by-the-book, without understanding the ins-and-outs. I did what I was told: fat model, thin controller. Don’t put logic in your views. What I didn’t...Show More Summary

PHP CS Fixer finally reaches version 1.0 - Fabien Potencier

A few years ago, I wrote a small script to automatically fix some common coding standard mistakes people made in Symfony pull requests. It was after I got bored about all the comments people made on pull requests to ask contributors to fix their coding standards. Show More Summary

Joomla’s Coming of Age - SitePoint PHP

You’ve probably heard of, or even used a Content Management System (CMS) in your projects, and as Joomla! is almost ten years old, you may have used it once or twice. Over the years, there has been a healthy rivalry between the mainShow More Summary

PHPCon 2014 - Piotr Pasich

PHPCon is far behind us. Emotions have subsided and I think this is a good moment do summarize what I remembered and learned during all presentations and workshops which I attended. Some of presented tools or methods wasn’t new for me,...Show More Summary

Testing Logging in Silex - easybib/dev

by Yitzchak Schaffer (@YitzOfTheBits) Silex is a PHP microframework from the same family as Symfony. My shop, Imagine Easy Solutions, uses Silex for some of our most important applications. Modular setup is at the core of Silex’s game, by means of Service Providers. Show More Summary

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