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Anyone can code - Larry Garfield

One of Pixar's best movies is the 2007 "Ratatouille", the story of a rat named Remy who teams up with an unskilled nobody human to become a gourmet chef. Toward the climax of the film (spoiler alert!), the uber-critic Anton Ego visits...Show More Summary

Sourcehunt PHP Xmas 2015: Give the Gift of Pull Requests! - SitePoint PHP

Before we round the year up, there’s one more issue of Sourcehunt to publish, as a small Xmas gift to all the underrepresented open source projects out there. Let’s get everyone some more contributors, shall we? mindplay-dk/unbox [8 ?] There’s no shortage of container-interop compatible container implementations. Show More Summary

Finding a DNS registrar - Evert Pot

A few years ago I started the process of migrating my domainnames from GoDaddy o Hover. But Hover does not support the so-called ALIAS records and has made a lot of empty promises regarding when that would happen. So it's time to look for a new registrar. Show More Summary

Interview with Marco Pivetta - Voices of the ElePHPant

@Ocramius Roave The Doctrine Project Frankfurt PHP User Group @phpugffm The post Interview with Marco Pivetta appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Relying on A Dev-Master Dependency in Composer - Lorna Mitchell

I recently tweeted this: If your project installation instructions recommend requiring dev-master in composer, I may need to reconsider my choice of package — Lorna Mitchell (@lornajane) December 2, 2015 I got a few responses askingShow More Summary

How to Write Consistent PHP Code - PHP Classes

How to Write Consistent PHP Code By Eustaquio Rangel de Oliveira Jr. Have you ever forgot what are the parameters of a PHP class method? Or if it returns 0, true or false? We need some more consistency on the way we work with PHP. Read this article to learn how we can have code that is more consistent and easier to write and maintain.

PHP-SQLlint: CLI syntax checker for SQL files - Christian Weiske

I wanted to let our CI system syntax-check SQL files, but failed to find a SQL syntax checker for the command line. There are many online tools to which you can copy&paste your SQL statements, but nobody wants this. I did not find any...Show More Summary

Easier Authentication with Guard in Symfony 3 - SitePoint PHP

The Symfony2 security system is a complex part of the framework, one that is difficult to understand and work with for many people. It is very powerful and flexible, however not the most straightforward. For an example of custom authentication...Show More Summary

ElasticSearch In Action: video footage of my ElasticSearch presentation at PHP North West 2015 in Manchester - Thijs Feryn

On the 2nd, 3rd & 4th October 2015 I was in Manchester for the PHP North West Conference 2015 where I The post ElasticSearch In Action: video footage of my ElasticSearch presentation at PHP North West 2015 in Manchester appeared first on Thijs Feryn's blog.

Ajax file upload PHP / jQuery Tutorial - Web Development Blog » PHP Scripts

The asynchronous file upload, using some XMLHttpRequest (Ajax), is technically not possible. Most JavaScript examples and tutorials call this method still Ajax upload and the image or file is uploaded by using a “virtual IFRAME”. Anyway it’s still user friendly way to provide an upload function for your visitors or users. In this quick tutorial […]

6 Common PHP Security Issues And Their Remedies - PHP Classes

6 Common PHP Security Issues And Their Remedies By Atif Shahab Qureshi Security is a delicate matter that all PHP developers should be aware. However, not all PHP developer know the basic security measures that should be taken to avoid the most common security flaws. Read this article to learn about 6 common PHP security issues and what you can you do to avoid them.

Hour of Code - Ben Ramsey

It was dark when I pulled into the parking lot of the middle school where I would spend the next hour volunteering for the Hour of Code. I had no idea what to expect. I hadn’t spoken much with the site coordinator, and I thought 5pmShow More Summary

The Road to Monolog 2.0 - Jordi Boggiano

Monolog's first commit was on February 17th, 2011. That is almost 5 years ago! I have now been thinking for quite a while that it would be nice to start on a v2, and being able to drop some baggage. One of the main questions when doing a major release is which minimum PHP version to support going forward. Show More Summary

New Composer Patterns - Jordi Boggiano

Here is a short update on some nice little features that have become available in the last year in Composer. Checking dependencies for bad patterns You may know about the composer validate command, but did you know about its new --with-dependencies...Show More Summary

Insert Data with Phinx - Lorna Mitchell

Database patching is a wicked hard problem, one that's got a bit easier in my world lately as I've been using Phinx on a few projects. I like Phinx because it avoids the numbered-patches problem by using date stamps as part of its patch...Show More Summary

Asynchronous Awesome –Task Management in PHP - Nomad PHP

March EU Presented by Eric Mann (@ericmann) Date: March 24, 2016 Time: 20:00 CET 19:00 GMT, 14:00 CDT, 12:00 PDT Not sure of the time in your area? Check it on Sometimes, our use of PHP grows beyond the typical request/response cycle of dynamic page generation. Show More Summary

Amazon SimpleDB - Nomad PHP

div class="excerpt"> March - US Presented By Eli White March 24, 2016 20:00 CDT The post Amazon SimpleDB appeared first on Nomad PHP.

PHP: Automatically disabling colored output - Christian Weiske

php-sqllint got an SQL formatting output mode now. Together with SqlParser's output coloring mode (which generates ANSI escape codes) I get nice colorful SQL statements on my terminal. But this is not what I want when piping the output...Show More Summary

PHP Articles and Book Reviews Report December 2015 Edition - PHP Classes

PHP Articles and Book Reviews Report December 2015 Edition By Manuel Lemos This is the December edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles and Book Reviews...Show More Summary

Catching Up With Myself - Davey Shafik

Prior to November 19th 2006 I was really into PHP. I tested every alpha, beta, and release candidate, I knew every new feature inside and out, and I had plans to contribute… something. I didn’t know what, but I was going to give back...Show More Summary

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