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Crate: Eventual consistency - Christian Weiske

Some projects at work use a Crate database as kind of caching layer for aggregated, unnormalized data that helps reducing requests from frontend servers. Because of its eventual consistency model, filling data into it has some issues. Eventual...Show More Summary

ConFoo Montreal Early Bird + Vancouver Dates - Anna Filina

You can save on ConFoo Montreal tickets until January 20, 2017. This huge conference will be held on March 8-10, 2017 and will feature over 150 presentations. There is a great range of topics, including PHP, many other programming languages,...Show More Summary

How Many PSR-7 Implementations Exist? - Paul M. Jones

More specifically, how many implementations of PSR-7 ServerRequestInterface exist? Initially, it appears the answer might be as many as three dozen. But increasingly it looks like the real answer, to a first approximation, is “zero.” To...Show More Summary

Laravel and Braintree, Sitting in a Tree… - SitePoint PHP

Subscriptions to services online are something extremely common - from subscribing to music streaming services to tutorial sites to access premium content. With Laravel 5, we saw the introduction of Laravel Cashier, an official Laravel...Show More Summary

PHP 5 End of Life for Active Support - 7 Minutes Lately in PHP podcast episode 79 - PHP Classes

PHP 5 End of Life for Active Support - 7 Minutes Lately in PHP podcast episode 79 By Manuel Lemos December was the month for which the last version of PHP 5.6 series had support for regular bug fixes. From now on only security bugs will...Show More Summary

Home-Made Twitter and Gmail Notifications with PHP and Arduino - SitePoint PHP

I am a little obsessed with Twitter. It's how I communicate with most of the developers I'm not fortunate to live in the same city as. I'm a little less obsessed with IoT projects, but then it's harder to find the time to work on them...Show More Summary

Scrum Rituals: Sprint Planning - SitePoint PHP

The following is an extract from our book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja, written by M. David Green. Copies are sold in stores worldwide, or you can buy it in ebook form here. The ritual that marks the beginning of each sprint is called sprint planning. Sprint planning is hosted by the scrum master, but the […] Continue reading %Scrum Rituals: Sprint Planning%

Beta2 of pds/skeleton now available! - Paul M. Jones

I am excited to announce that pds/skeleton 1.0.0beta2 has been released. (The pds/skeleton publication describes a standard PHP package skeleton, as backed by research into the PHP package ecosystem.) Among other things, this release...Show More Summary

Trust - Anthony Ferrara

Stop and take a moment to think about how much trust is required to live your everyday life. Every single aspect of your life is built up on layer after layer of trust, it's nothing short of staggering. Different aspects of life will contain different levels of trust, with some being very guarded and some being very lax. Show More Summary

Voice First - Nomad PHP

We’ve all heard of “Mobile First”. Most of us are savvy enough to know that that really means “API First” and then “Mobile is the first client.” Have you heard though, about “Voice First?” Starting with Siri, but greatly accelerated by the Amazon Echo and now the Echo Dot, we are seeing the birth of a … The post Voice First appeared first on Nomad PHP.

PHP Site Gamification Using a Secret Path - PHP Classes

PHP Site Gamification Using a Secret Path By Dave Smith The main purpose of gamification is to keep our users entertained in game like activities, so that they stay around longer and come back more often, for instance to your site or...Show More Summary

Voyager – Can an Admin UI Make Laravel Even More Approachable? - SitePoint PHP

Today, we are talking about Voyager! Voyager is a Laravel package that provides a full administration system for the framework in its "skeleton app" form. Voyager has 4 main features: Media Manager - Built on top of Intervention Image, it provides a fully functional media manager that allow us to view, edit, and delete images from storage. Show More Summary

Getting Rid of static - Qafoo - PHP

When people start (unit-)testing their code one of the worst problems to tackle are static calls. How can we refactor static calls out of an existing application without breaking the code and while producing new features? How can we get rid of this big test impediment?

What Are Scrum Rituals? - SitePoint PHP

The following is an extract from our book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja, written by M. David Green. Copies are sold in stores worldwide, or you can buy it in ebook form here. The practice of working on a scrum team is organized into a series of rituals. The rituals mark key events in the process […] Continue reading %What Are Scrum Rituals?%

Containerizing a static website with Docker, part III - Matthias Noback

In the previous posts we looked at creating a build container, and after that we created a blog container, serving our generated static website. It's quite surprising to me how simple the current setup is — admittedly, it's a simple application too. Show More Summary

Scrum Roles: Product Owners and Team Members - SitePoint PHP

The following is an extract from our book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja, written by M. David Green. Copies are sold in stores worldwide, or you can buy it in ebook form here. Unlike a scrum master, whose responsibilities are focused on the development team, a product owner has a shared responsibility to the team and […] Continue reading %Scrum Roles: Product Owners and Team Members%

Re-Introducing Jenkins: Automated Testing with Pipelines - SitePoint PHP

As our applications become more complex - with Composer dependencies, Webpack build scripts, and per-environment variables - we inevitably reach a point where testing all of these different intricacies becomes slow and laborious, especially when you're tearing down and rebuilding the entire environment for each test. Show More Summary

PSR-7 vs. the Server(Request|Response) RFC - Paul M. Jones

tl;dr: PSR-7 aims to model HTTP messages, whereas the RFC aims to make some non-OO PHP functionality more OO-ish. I had thought the distinction between the purpose of PSR-7, and the purpose of the server-side request/response object RFC, was obvious from their descriptions. Show More Summary

Containerizing a static website with Docker, part II - Matthias Noback

In the previous post we looked at the process of designing a build container, consisting of all the required build tools for generating a static website from source files. In order to see the result of the build process, we still need...Show More Summary

Private Packagist - Nomad PHP

Those of you using Composer in a corporate environment are going to love this. Nils Adermann and Jordi Boggiano, the creators of Compsoer and have just introduced “Private Packagist“. We are extremely excited to announce our newest product addition to PHP dependency management: Private Packagist. Show More Summary

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