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FluentDOM 6.0 - What's New - Thomas Weinert

FluentDOM 6.0 is released. So a major version jump means that here are backwards compatibility breaks and major new features. File loading has changed to improve security. FluentDOM\Query has got a major overhaul to improve the integration of alternative formats. Show More Summary

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report December 2016 Edition - September 2016 nominees - PHP Classes

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report December 2016 Edition - September 2016 nominees By Manuel Lemos This is the December edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment onShow More Summary

December 2016 Newsletter - Nomad PHP

Word for the Herd 2016-12 New Beginnings Each new year is a new beginning, a fresh start. A chance to reboot. What will you make of your new beginning? Is there a new skill you want to learn? Is there a new habit you want to start? A project that has been on your “Build … The post December 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Sessionz - Nomad PHP

Our good friend and recent Nomad PHP speaker, Eric Mann, (Monkeys in the Machine) has recently released his latest PHP project, Sessionz. (You know it’s cool because it ends in a Z) “Sessionz is a middleware-inspired session management stack that works for any PHP application running on PHP 5.6 or better. 2 Like a request … The post Sessionz appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Efficient use of mysqli_result::$num_rows - Paul M. Jones

I frequently see this pattern in legacy applications using mysqli : $result = $mysqli->query(" SELECT FROM table_name WHERE conditions = 'whatever' "); if ($result && $result->num_rows > 0) { return; } The developer’s intent here is to see if there are any rows at all in the database that match a certain condition. Show More Summary

How to Create a PHP Secure Login and Registration System in 2016 with PDO, AJAX with jQuery, Bootstrap and password_hash - PHP Classes

How to Create a PHP Secure Login and Registration System in 2016 with PDO, AJAX with jQuery, Bootstrap and password_hash By Ashraf Gheith Over time PHP has been adding features that promote the development of secure applications, asShow More Summary

PHP-PDS: Interview on Voices of the ElePHPant - Paul M. Jones

My good friend Cal Evans interviewed me about the PHP-PDS initiative and its first offering, pds/skeleton last week; here it is for you to enjoy. (Via https://voicesoftheelephpant.com/2016/12/20/interview-paul-m-jones/.) While we’reShow More Summary

PHP 7.1 in 10 Minutes - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Ian Litmann @iansltx PHP 7.1 is hot off the presses. But what’s so different about it? I’ll touch on the highlights, from list-related syntactic sugar to better callables, constant visibility, iterables and more! I’ll also include...Show More Summary

SourceHunt Xmas 2016 – Give the Gift of Open Source Prestige - SitePoint PHP

We're at this year's precipice, and it couldn't have been a better one. How about we make it even better for some packages and libraries in dire need of contributors and stars? This Xmas, let's give the gift of open source prestige! frickelbruder/kickoff...Show More Summary

Interview with Paul M. Jones - Voices of the ElePHPant

Video pmjones Audio Show Notes php-pds More from this guest Check out Paul’s talks A Stitch In Time Saves 9; or, Solving the N+1 Problem and Characterization Testing for Legacy Applications The post Interview with Paul M. Jones appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Social Logins with Oauth.io – Log in with Anything, Anywhere - SitePoint PHP

Users today often like the idea of logging into websites with a single click using one of their social accounts. Given that, today we will look at OAuth.io, which is a multi-platform SDK for more than 120 social login providers like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. Show More Summary

PECL Request Extension: Beta 1 Released! - Paul M. Jones

I am happy to announce that the PECL extension for server-side request and response objects has reached beta status! (Documentation here.) This release adds four new read-only properties to the ServerRequest object: $forwarded is an array representation of $_SERVER['HTTP_FORWARDED'] (cf. Show More Summary

Why You Should Choose Scrum for Web and Mobile Development - SitePoint PHP

The following is an extract from our book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja, written by M. David Green. Copies are sold in stores worldwide, or you can buy it in ebook form here. We’ve covered how scrum works, and why it’s a productive way to structure web and mobile product development. Show More Summary

November 2016 Newsletter - Nomad PHP

Word for the Herd 2016-11 Thank you In the United States, November is the month when we have Thanksgiving. It’s the holiday in which we remember those we are thankful for. This year, Kathy and I are thankful for the Nomad PHP Community. Compared to other communities, we are small, but we are growing. It … The post November 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.

October 2016 Newsletter - Nomad PHP

Word for the Herd 2016-10 Solve Let me explain. Recently I was charged with creating 50 documents from a database and then printing them out. Simple enough if you are working with a language that supports printing to printers, but PHP isn’t really designed to do this. So I did what PHP is good at, … The post October 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.

September 2016 Newsletter - Nomad PHP

Word for the Herd 2016-09 Help One of my favorite songs is “Help Somebody” by Van Zant. it’s a beautiful, soulful country song that, among other things exhorts the listener to “…help somebody if you can.” It doesn’t matter if you like country music or not, we should all be able to agree that the hook on … The post September 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.

August 2016 Newsletter - Nomad PHP

Word for the Herd 2016-08 Learn What have you learned today? This week? This month? Developers can’t simply coast. Our industry reinvents itself every three to five years. Don’t believe me? Look at how we used to develop PHP web applications just 5 years ago. Show More Summary

July 2016 Newsletter - Nomad PHP

Word for the Herd 2016-07 Debt For the past 11 years, I have worked to help build the PHP community. I was by no means alone in this effort and honestly, I wasn’t even the biggest player. Some people ask me why I’ve done this. The answer to that question is easy, somebody needed to … The post July 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.

June 2016 Newsletter - Nomad PHP

Word for the Herd 2016-06 Renewal Summer is here! For many that means that the kids are home from school, vacations are being planned, and the BBQ grill is out and being used on a regular basis. (Ok, to be honest, here in Florida, US, we have grilling weather most of the year.) Life is … The post June 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.

PHP 7.1 Performance Benchmark Shows it is 27 Times Faster than PHP 5 - 5 Minutes Lately in PHP podcast episode 78 - PHP Classes

PHP 7.1 Performance Benchmark Shows it is 27 Times Faster than PHP 5 - 5 Minutes Lately in PHP podcast episode 78 By Manuel Lemos Now that PHP 7.1 was released pure CPU benchmarks reveal it is 27 times faster than PHP 5.0. This was one...Show More Summary

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