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Run GrumPHP git hooks within Vagrant - Cees-Jan Kiewiet

A couple of weeks back while attending AmsterdamPHP Mike Chernev gave a talk about GrumPHP. Very cool looking tool, but during implementation I found out it the default setup assumes running grumphp on the same machine (whether that is a VM or iron) as committing. Show More Summary

Notable PHP package: PHP Time Zone Mapper - PHP Classes

Notable PHP package: PHP Time Zone Mapper By Manuel Lemos Many Web sites are accessed by users from around the world, each one in at a different time zone. Sometimes it is necessary to schedule a event or otherwise tell the time when...Show More Summary

Composer Global Require Considered Harmful? - SitePoint PHP

We've discussed Composer best practices before, and I've always advocated using composer global require when installing packages that can be used across several projects - particularly command line tools. Then, the other day, I ran into...Show More Summary

PHP Versions Stats - 2016.1 Edition - Jordi Boggiano

Last year I posted stats about PHP versions, and the year before as well, both time in November. However this year I can't wait for November as I am curious to explore the PHP7 uptake! A quick note on methodology, because all these stats are imperfect as they just sample some subset of the PHP user base. Show More Summary

Local Development with Opera: Nginx 502 error - SitePoint PHP

I was doing some local dev work recently, but for the first time in my "new" browser - Opera. I set up my [Homestead Improved](http://www.sitepoint.com/quick-tip-get-homestead-vagrant-vm-running/) instance and its virtual hosts as usual,...Show More Summary

Hacking the Fitbit – Emulating a Pager for Twitter DMs! - SitePoint PHP

I've been trying to wake up earlier in the morning. The trouble is that alarms wake everybody up, not just me. To get around this problem, I recently bought the cheapest Fitbit I could find, having learned that they have a neat silent alarm. The truth is, if I had the cash I would rather have bought an Apple watch. Show More Summary

The Syntax of Tech Communities - Davey Shafik

Just like the programming languages that are the centers of our communities, each community has its own set of rules and idioms — they have a real life syntax. In my (almost) three years of being in a developer relations type role I have attended events in several communities and have observed how they differ from my primary community (PHP). Show More Summary

Nitpicking over Code Standards with Nitpick CI - SitePoint PHP

There are many ways to make sure your code respects a given code standard - we've covered several before. But enforcing a standard team-wide and making sure everyone knows about mistakes before they're applied to the project isn't something that's very easy to do. Show More Summary

Notable PHP package: WordPress Hosted Content Importer - PHP Classes

Notable PHP package: WordPress Hosted Content Importer By Manuel Lemos WordPress is as we all know a very popular program thanks to the many plugins that allow to expand its capabilities to produce and edit content. Sometimes you need...Show More Summary

Your First PR: How to Contribute to Open-Source Projects - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Gareth Ellis @garethellis Contributing to open-source projects is a great way of giving something back to the PHP community, and often it can help your own development by exposing you to new codebases and processes. DippingShow More Summary

How To Refactor Without Breaking Things - Qafoo - PHP

Refactoring means to change the structure of your code without changing its behavior. Refactoring is an essential part of everyday programming and should become knee-jerk for your whole development team. It is very helpful to cleanup feature spikes, revise earlier decisions and keep a maintainable code base in the long run. Show More Summary

Using Microsoft Visual Studio as PHP IDE with the PHP Tools extension: Part 2 Developing a CRUD application with a noSQL database - PHP Classes

Using Microsoft Visual Studio as PHP IDE with the PHP Tools extension: Part 2 Developing a CRUD application with a noSQL database By Dave Smith There are many IDEs for PHP development. All of them provide common features but when weShow More Summary

Telegraph: A Lambda-Style PSR-7 Middleware Dispatcher - Paul M. Jones

On reflecting over the discussions surrounding the proposed PSR for HTTP middleware (on which I am coordinator), I realized there’s no reason there should not be a “request-only” PSR-7 middleware dispatcher. So, here is Telegraph toShow More Summary

PHP ORM Pros and Cons - PHP Classes

PHP ORM Pros and Cons By Victor Bolshov Object-Relational Mapping (aka ORM), as you may know, is an approach to manipulate information in relational databases as if they are objects. There are many packages that implement different approaches...Show More Summary

Interview with Joe “Little Joe” Ferguson - Voices of the ElePHPant

Video Audio only @JoePFerguson Show Notes Nomad PHP Memphis PHP User Group JoeFerguson.me The post Interview with Joe “Little Joe” Ferguson appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Notable PHP package: Move Me GIF - PHP Classes

Notable PHP package: Move Me GIF By Manuel Lemos Animated GIF images became popular because they allow to display videos on social network sites that only support image formats. Assembling an animated GIF is just composing a sequence of still pictures. Show More Summary

Sourcehunt: Conferences, Oauth2 in Slim, Static Analyzers, Etc. - SitePoint PHP

Hello there, hunters! Before getting into this month's links you should star and / or contribute to, I'd like to briefly give a shoutout to two conferences I attended and participated in this month: OSCAL and PhpKonf. Skip this section...Show More Summary

PHP Articles Report May 2016 Edition - PHP Classes

PHP Articles Report May 2016 Edition By Manuel Lemos This is the May edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles published recently. They commented on articles...Show More Summary

Fast MySQL Backup and Restore - Sarfraz Ahmed

Backing up and restoring MySQL database is generally trivial task however when database is huge, it is really a pain to do so because of amount of time it takes to perform backup/restore operation with conventional tools like PHPMyAdmin...Show More Summary

Blogging for 10 years! - Evert Pot

10 years ago today I first started this blog. I guess at this point it might be the longest running ‘thing’ I’ve ever done. Back then I had never been on an airplane, but since then I’ve blogged from every continent except Antartica. Although...Show More Summary

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