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All programmers have read or at least heard about the methods to hack the website’s security. Or even faced this problem. A the same time, the creativity of people who want to break a website is endless, so all bottlenecks should be well secured. Show More Summary
@GeeH Show Notes JetBrains PHP SW (Bristol) The post Interview with Gary Hockin appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Speaker: Sam Hernandez @sam_h Craft is a rising star in PHP CMS world and for good reasons! Created on the cusp of the PHP renaissance, it embraces modern principles such as the use of familiar components. With Yii as the underlying framework and Twig as the template engine, PHP developers feel immediately at home and … The post Intro to Craft CMS appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Just over a week ago I wanted to publish my previous blogpost, only to find out that the Gist plugin I was using for the code samples didn't work anymore. Some research showed me that the something changed in the way the Gist API worked that warranted an upgrade of the plugin. Show More Summary
My slides from the IPC Munich Conference on the topic of "Business Logic Security" are now available for download here: Slides
There are times when your application needs to run administrative tasks periodically on the server. Whether you want to send out emails to your users or clean up the database tables at the end of the day, you will need a task scheduling...Show More Summary
A friend recently asked me if I could make a simple website for the new radiostation he was joining as a DJ. My usual job is big applications and web projects, so (while this may sound weird) a simple website is actually something I'm not that efficient in, but since finding Bolt I actually do that every once in a while. Show More Summary
Last week I was in Las Vegas for Zendcon. I had the pleasure of catching up with my buddy Christian The post Interviewing Christian Wenz, talking about PHP,.NET & Las Vegas appeared first on Thijs Feryn's blog.
On December 17th 2015 I’ll be presenting my “PHP Projects Beyond the LAMP Stack” talk at Nomad PHP. Nomad PHP? The post Presenting “PHP Projects Beyond the LAMP Stack” at Nomad PHP appeared first on Thijs Feryn's blog.
Read and Write Microsoft Excel Files in PHP Part 2: Writing XLS files By Ashraf Gheith The first part of this article talked about reading an XLS file and downloading it using PHP a XLS stream handler. Read this article to learn how to do the opposite, writing an Excel file using Ignatius Teo's XLS stream handler class to write spreadsheet rows as arrays to files.
During the last weeks, I have been hard at work to create a new training that has been asked for by many developers. Today, I am proud to finally add the Symfony Forms Best Practices training to my catalog. This training tries to answer the most fundamental questions about Symfony's form component. Show More Summary
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is the process of converting printed text into a digital representation. It has all sorts of practical applications — from digitizing printed books, creating electronic records of receipts, to number-plate...Show More Summary
In code reviews we often browse metrics, source code and reported code issues together with our customers. This leads to discussions about the current state of the code and possible improvements. First we used a bunch of shells scripts for that. Show More Summary
@chasepeeler Show Notes Atlanta PHP User Group The post Interview with Chase Peeler appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
I'm currently working on an API using Slim 3 and needed a generic way to render arrays to XML, JSON or html based on the Request's Accept header. This is just good practice. The Accept header is used by a client to specify the media types that it accepts. Show More Summary
The flyweight pattern is a relatively unknown design pattern in PHP. The fundamental principle behind the flyweight pattern is that memory can be saved by remembering objects after they have been created. Then, if the same objects need...Show More Summary
Read and Write Microsoft Excel Files in PHP Part 1: Reading XLS files for Download By Ashraf Gheith Microsoft Excel is the most popular spreadsheet program in the world. This is why many Web applications need to provide means to export or import files in Microsoft format. In general reading and writing Excel files is not a trivial task. Show More Summary
@dshafik Show Notes Akamai SecurePasswords.info Tampa PHP User Group The post Interview with Davey Shafik appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Tracking PHP API Accesses using Google Analytics Part 1: Retrieving Access Statistics By Alexander Skakunov Google Analytics is a popular tool used by many sites to keep track of the statistics of the visitors of the sites. However,Show More Summary