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PHP Articles Report June 2016 Edition By Manuel Lemos This is the June edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles published recently. They commented onShow More Summary
It's IoT Week at SitePoint! All week we're publishing articles focused on the intersection of the internet and the physical world, so keep checking the IoT tag for the latest updates. Some of the most interesting programming I've done has been in Minecraft. Show More Summary
Speaker: Cal Evans @calevans The post RFCs of the Future: Void Return Type appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Since, I last wrote about using the Doctrine project's Migrations tool independently of Doctrine's ORM, it's now stable and much easier to get going with. Installation and configuration As with all good PHP tools, we simply use Composer: $...Show More Summary
Notable PHP package: PHP AJAX Table By Manuel Lemos AJAX is frequently used to update parts of Web pages without reloading the whole page. However, often the updates require sending the whole html for the parts of the page to be replaced. This class follows a more efficient approach for updating listings of tables. Show More Summary
@jessicadunbar Show Notes Recorded live at Sunshine PHP 2016 Milwaukee PHP User Group The post Interview with Jessica Dunbar appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Outside-In Testing benefits a lot from the facade and adapter patterns, which will separate your code from third-party libraries and simplify the APIs of your system.
The indieweb.org wiki has a page about Wordpress with a Criticism section. One of those "issues" listed is Fatal Error memory exhausted, which reads so: WordPress seems to run out of memory on servers sometimes, and give a message like: e.g. Show More Summary
It's IoT Week at SitePoint! All week we're publishing articles focused on the intersection of the internet and the physical world, so keep checking the IoT tag for the latest updates. A whole week of mostly IoT resources on every channel and, yes, that includes PHP. Show More Summary
How to Quickly Tell If Your Software Product Idea Will Be Successful By Manuel Lemos One of the main reasons why developers give up on their dreams of creating their own software product business is because they fear to spend a lot of...Show More Summary
@techibis Show Notes Recorded live at Sunshine PHP 2016 Girl Develop It The post Interview with Ibis Arrastia appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
AWS CodeDeploy is a tool for automating application deployments to EC2 instances and clusters. It can pull application archives from either S3 or GitHub, and then allows you to specify how to install, configure, and run the application via a configuration specification and optionally hook scripts. Show More Summary
I've been meaning to write more about speaking recently, so after I wrote about my personal CFP rule, let's write about a very related topic: The Speaker Package. What is it? The speaker package is the term used for the package of reimbursements and other advantages you have as a speaker. Show More Summary
A few months ago I posted about the situation at my former company and the uncertain future of our team. During these 3 months we explored many new opportunities and interviewed with many companies, from startups to consolidated giants,...Show More Summary
Notable PHP package: Random Access File By Manuel Lemos Database management systems use special techniques to find records of data very quickly. One of those techniques is to make each record of data in table have a fixed length, even...Show More Summary
Earlier this month an article was published summarizing Nikolai Philipp Tschacher's thesis about typosquatting. In short typosquatting is a way to attack users of a package manager by registering a package with a name similar to a popular...Show More Summary
Dependency Injection is all about code reusability. It's a design pattern aiming to make high-level code reusable, by separating the object creation / configuration from usage. Consider the following code: dbh = $dbh; } } $dbh = newShow More Summary
Speaker: Damien Seguy @faguo The post Static Analysis for PHP appeared first on Nomad PHP.
PHP Classes Completed 17 Years: A New Type of Classes By Manuel Lemos The PHP Classes site has just completed 17 years of age. It is a long time for a site that continues to evolve to serve better its users. The big news this year is...Show More Summary
When Heroku announced their (quite reasonable) new limits for free apps, I realized that I would have to find another source of hosting for all the small, low-traffic projects that I currently have running on Heroku. Way back in theShow More Summary