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As I was visiting Bellagio with my family earlier today, I couldn’t help but think about sharing a tip to help everyone else who may also want to visit Bellagio - especially crafted for PHPers: I hope you follow it! :-)
stoker Audio Show Notes ZendCon 2017 Talk – MYSQL JSON DATA USE GUIDE ZendCon 2017 talk – MySQL 8 ZendCon 2017 The post Interview with Dave Stokes appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
I. Why it is that programmers and their employers have different attitudes toward the quality of a project? Thinking of myself as a programmer, I have sometimes formulated it like this: The programmers who do the work are usually the ones who care more about “quality.” Why? They have a reputation to maintain. Show More Summary
When your website or web application has outgrown your shared hosting account, it is time to move it to the cloud, or into a virtual private server (VPS). Nowadays, VPS providers offer better value in terms of CPU and RAM resources than the shared hosting counterparts. Show More Summary
brandonsavage Audio Show Notes DC PHP The post Interview with Brandon Savage appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
megslalk Audio Show Notes Cake Development Corp. Cake PHP Roadtrip CakeFest Pretoria PHP The post Interview with Megan Lalk appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
December - EU Presented By Rob Allen December 21, 2017 20:00 CET The post Implementing Serverless PHP appeared first on Nomad PHP.
ewbarnard Audio Show Notes Help Me Abstract Madison PHP Conference Laracasts Minnesota PHP User Group The post Interview with Ed Barnard appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
mark_story Audio Show Notes Cake PHP Greater Toronto PHP User Group . The post Interview with Mark Story appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
By default, OpenWhisk will handle the relevant responses for CORS. Specifically, it will respond to an OPTION request with these headers: Access-Control-Allow-Origin: Access-Control-Allow-Methods: OPTIONS, GET, DELETE, POST, PUT, HEAD,...Show More Summary
(N.b.: This has been languishing at the bottom of my blog heap for years; time to get it into the sun.) The 2013 article Beyond Design Patterns takes the approach of reducing all design patterns to a single pattern: “Abstracting Communication...Show More Summary
I wanted simple and quick way to see all running queries on any page of my laravel application especially accompanied by MySQL's EXPLAIN results. So I created very simple package called Laravel QueryDumper that allows me see just that. Screenshot Checkout Laravel QueryDumper
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.2.0 RC2. This release is the second Release Candidate for 7.2.0. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs and incompatibilities in the bug tracking system. Show More Summary
It's undeniable how useful console commands can be when developing software. Not too long ago we re-introduced the Symfony Console component. This component allows us to create structured and testable CLI commands. We created some simple...Show More Summary
Speaker: Davi Marcondes Moreira @devdrops Many times in our career we have (or we’ll have) to deal with legacy applications, and refactoring is an art specially designed for this scenario. In this lightning talk, I’ll give a few tips...Show More Summary
tl;dr: When using semantic versioning, consider not only changes to the public API, but also changes to system requirements. Semantic Versioning concentrates on the public API signature as the determiner of when to change version numbers. Show More Summary
DISCO is a new take on dependency injection in PHP. It stands for “Dependency Injection Service COntainer” and is a project that is managed by my friend Stephan Hochdörfer. Stephan is a fellow conference speaker from Mannheim in Germany. Show More Summary
Speaker: Tomasz Kunicki @TimiTaoPL What matters about test automation is feedback. For new functionality we should have a guarantee of correctly implemented code/functionality and for old parts – of not having created new bugs. WhatShow More Summary
Having successfully deployed a PHP application to Cloud Foundry, I needed a PostgreSQL database for persistent storage. I found Lorna Mitchell's Connecting PHP to MySQL on Bluemix helpful and this article expands on that information. I...Show More Summary
(Not so much “lessons” here, as “observations and recollections.”) I. From ESR, How To Learn Hacking: Hacking is done on open source. Today, hacking skills are the individual micro-level of what is called “open source development” at the social macro-level. Show More Summary