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Interview with Sammy K. Powers - Voices of the ElePHPant

SammyK Audio Show Notes Chicago PHP User Group Day Camp 4 Developers: PHPAppSec The post Interview with Sammy K. Powers appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

PHP Versions Stats - 2017.1 Edition - Jordi Boggiano

It's stats o'clock! See 2014, 2015, 2016.1 and 2016.2 for previous similar posts. A quick note on methodology, because all these stats are imperfect as they just sample some subset of the PHP user base. I look in the packagist.org logs of the last month for Composer installs done by someone. Show More Summary

What? Why Would Someone Hack My Small Business Website? - SitePoint PHP

You are an entrepreneur, manager or a marketing pro responsible for the website in a company which is simply meant as a digital business card to introduce the company, its services, and the latest news. Not including any state secrets, right.. Show More Summary

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report April 2017 Edition - January 2017 nominees - PHP Classes

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report April 2017 Edition - January 2017 nominees By Manuel Lemos This is the April edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the outstanding...Show More Summary

Deploying PHP Applications with Fabric - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Oliver Davies @opdavies You’ve built your application, and now you just need to deploy it. There are various ways that this could be done – from (S)FTP, to SCP and rsync, to running commands like “git pull” and “composer install” directly on the server (not recommended). Show More Summary

Toward A Better Separation of Session Behaviors in PHP - Paul M. Jones

Andrew Shell asks, What is the best way to handle sessions with ADR? (The problem is that the built-in PHP session extension combines the concerns of reading input, managing storage, and sending output; the solution is a domain-layer...Show More Summary

Can 9-to-5 Developers Be Good Developers? - SitePoint PHP

While picking talks for the conference he's organizing, James Titcumb recently tweeted that well known speakers get picked over others because, among other things, they're reliable (i.e. they don't cancel). I would argue that "amongShow More Summary

Symfony 4: A quick Demo - Fabien Potencier

Time to test Symfony 4... or at least let's test the experience of developing Symfony 4 projects with Symfony 3.3. Keep in mind that all the tools are in preview mode. Features might evolve over time. I'm waiting for your feedback! The first stable version of Symfony Flex will not be released before Symfony 4 at the end of November 2017. Show More Summary

Interview with Eric Poe & John Kary - Voices of the ElePHPant

eric_poe johnkary Show Notes KCPUG Spin a Good Yarn The post Interview with Eric Poe & John Kary appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Testing the Untestable - Qafoo - PHP

A long time ago I wrote a blog post about Testing file uploads with PHP where I have used a CGI PHP binary and the PHP Testing Framework (short PHPT), which is still used to test PHP itself and PHP extensions. Since the whole topic appears to be still up-to-date, I would like to show a different approach how to test a fileupload in PHP in this post. Show More Summary

PHP and immutability: objects and generalisation - part three - Simon Holywell

In the last article we learnt how to create modified copies of an immutable in PHP. This one is going to tackle an issue I have hitherto skirted around and avoided. Objects in immutable data structures. This article is part of a series...Show More Summary

Upgrading Sylius the TDD Way: Exploring Behat - SitePoint PHP

Last time, we developed some new features on top of Sylius' core to indicate which products and their variants are low on stock and need replenishing. Now, we move on to seeing our changes in the UI, which means we will need to do aShow More Summary

Upgrading Sylius the TDD Way: Exploring PhpSpec - SitePoint PHP

The post on developing and testing new Sylius features was an introduction to the three types of tests that are used in Sylius - PHPUnit, Phpspec and Behat. In this part, we'll extend some core classes to indicate color-coded inventory status. Show More Summary

Functional Programming with Phunkie: Parser Combinators in PHP - SitePoint PHP

Phunkie is a library with functional structures for PHP. In this tutorial, Phunkie creator Marcello Duarte, head of training at Inviqa, explains how to create Parser combinators using the functional library. This post first appearedShow More Summary

PHP and immutability: objects and generalisation - part three - Simon Holywell

In the last article we learnt how to create modified copies of an immutable in PHP. This one is going to tackle an issue I have hitherto skirted around and avoided. Objects in immutable data structures. This article is part of a series...Show More Summary

Atlas: A Data Mapper For Your Persistence Model - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Paul M. Jones @pmjones Atlas lets you build an OO model of your SQL tables and relationships. You can use it at the start of your project for basic CRUD operations. As you begin to need simple behaviors in your application, you can add them to the Record and RecordSet persistence model objects. Show More Summary

“A False Sense of Simplicity” - Paul M. Jones

These year-old posts from Piotr Solnica are about Ruby On Rails … My time with Rails is up Abstractions and the role of a framework … but the experiences related therein should be valuable to anyone using or building a full-stack PHP framework. Show More Summary

PHP 7.2 Release Date and Managers Being Chosen - 7 Minutes Lately in PHP podcast episode 82 - PHP Classes

PHP 7.2 Release Date and Managers Being Chosen - 7 Minutes Lately in PHP podcast episode 82 By Manuel Lemos PHP 7.2 development is reaching to the alpha stage in June, hopefully to have a final version released later this year. So for...Show More Summary

Interview with Adam Englander - Voices of the ElePHPant

adam_englander Audio Show Notes Let’s Encrypt Day Camp 4 Developers: PHPAppSec Las Vegas PHP User Group The post Interview with Adam Englander appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

What I Learned About Testing WhileWalking Uphill Both Ways In The Snow - Nomad PHP

July US Presented by Chris Hartjes (@grmpyprogrammer) Date: July 20, 2017 Time: 20:00 CDT 18:00 PDT, 3:00 CEST (July 21), 2:00 BST (July 21) Not sure of the time in your area? Check it on timeanddate.com Back when I was learning about...Show More Summary

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