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Having fun with geometry data in MariaDB and ElasticSearch - labs @

At we get an insane amount of job applications each day. Because we're an awesome company to work for? Well I hope so, but that's not the reason why. It's because we make a free ATS or Applicant Tracking System. Companies worldwide manage their vacancies and candidates with our software. Show More Summary

Static typing - PHP 10.0 Blog

There is some renewed discussion about introducing static typing in PHP. I just read one very interesting post: The Safyness of Static Typing which I suggest everybody that is interested in this topic should read (and the links there). Show More Summary

Interview with Mike Stowe - Cal Evans

Blog: Twitter: @mikegstowe Show Notes Mulesoft Mulesoft Community Mulesoft RAML on GitHub San Francisco PHP Users Group

The Community Toxic - Brandon Savage

There’s a famous line in the movie Bruce Almighty, where the protagonist is describing a cookie as being like a community. He opines that a community is made up of hardworking and dedicated members, with a few nuts thrown in, that make a cookie great. The PHP community is lucky that our “cookie” contains few […]

Implement Client-side Bug Reporting with UserSnap - SitePoint PHP

Imagine the following scenario: your clients visit the website (let’s imagine this one) and see anything but the expected result. The normal reaction is to call you (at the most inappropriate time) and ask you to fix it ASAP, because...Show More Summary

Deploy Your Website Using Laravel and Git - SitePoint PHP

Introduction You can’t be a successful web developer without using some sort of deployment workflow for your websites. It doesn’t matter how good or bad your workflow might be. If you can’t get your website up to production then your...Show More Summary

Personal Packagist with Toran Proxy - SitePoint PHP

Most of you reading this already know Composer. For those who don’t, you can read a previous article of mine before contuing. We can all agree that Composer has brought many good things into the PHP world. If one dares however to look...Show More Summary

Asset Access Restriction Methods – Block Unwanted Visitors - SitePoint PHP

When building an awesome web app or website, we sometimes want people to be able to embed parts of our web app/website into their own. That could be an iframe holding a 'like' button, a simple image that they want to reuse or even our...Show More Summary

Feature Toggles in Symfony - labs @

When we launched our feature toggle library to the public a few weeks ago, we had multiple people asking for a Symfony Bundle. So guess what? We created one just for you! This bundle doesn't just help you with feature toggling in your controllers, it is shipped with a Twig Extension for your toggling pleasure. Read on to see how to get started! ? labs @ Permalink

Naming things considered hard - easybib/dev

by Anne-Julia Scheuermann (@dazzlog) This week I gave a talk at the Berlin PHP Usergroup about naming things. For us developers it is a constant task to find the right words for describing things and giving them a context to create meaning...Show More Summary

New Aura v2 Stable Releases, and More - Paul M. Jones

New v2 releases, and hey, what’s this about Aura.Di finally getting auto-resolution of typehinted parameters? First, we have brand new 2.0.0 stable releases of these v2 packages! Aura.Dispatcher Aura.Router Aura.Cli Aura.View Aura.Html Next, the Aura.Di package just got bumped to 2.0.0-beta2. Show More Summary

PHP Streaming and Output Buffering Explained - SitePoint PHP

Recently, Rails launched a feature called Streaming. Even though streaming is not a new concept, having it built into the framework to let developers build rapidly responding applications easily is definitely a huge step. As a PHP developer,...Show More Summary

LinkedInSecurity - PHP 10.0 Blog

This is an uncharacteristically non-PHP post, but I thought it may interest the audience anyway, and this is as good place as any to have it. So the TLDR of this post is that I’ve recently had an interaction with certain security issue...Show More Summary

Quick Tip: Make Sure Your PHP Version is Safe with Versionscan - SitePoint PHP

There’s a tool you can use to check that you have a version of PHP with the most bugfixes. The tool is versionscan and it recently got a 1.0 release. This quick tip will show you how to install it into your environment so it’s accessible from any folder, letting you call it at any […] Continue reading %Quick Tip: Make Sure Your PHP Version is Safe with Versionscan%

Quick Tip: Install Recki-CT into a Vagrant Ubuntu Box - SitePoint PHP

Recki what? If you don’t know what Recki-CT is, see @ircmaxell’s original post or the repo, we won’t go into depth here. This quick tip will merely show you how to install it on a Homestead Improved box, much like we did with other software before. Step 1 – Homestead Improved First and foremost, get […] Continue reading %Quick Tip: Install Recki-CT into a Vagrant Ubuntu Box%

Deployment with Zend Server (Part 3 of 8) - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

This is the third in a series of eight posts detailing tips on deploying to Zend Server. The previous post in the series detailed creating recurring jobs via Zend Job Queue, à la cronjobs. Today, I'm sharing a very short deployment script tip learned by experience. Tip 3: chmod In the first ip, I detailed writing deployment scripts. Show More Summary

Notes from LaraconEU - Ross Tuck

Having spent the previous weekend at LaraconEU, I wanted to jot my thoughts down about the conference, particularly some of the upcoming features unveiled by Taylor Otwell (the framework’s BDFL). To clarify, I’ve never used Laravel, have no plans to do so right now and all of these features are still in active development. Show More Summary

Interview with Chris Weber - Cal Evans

Blog : Twitter: @chris_m_weber Links to sessions mentioned Google “Topeka” Web Components Headless Websites – Headless Drupal Options Headless Drupal Demo – Working Code and Call to Action

PHP Spec – a dream come true - Stas Malyshev

Almost 8 years ago, I wrote “What is PHP anyway?“. This blog is supposed to be about some long-term dreams, and in this case it was the dream come true – Sara Golemon and the excellent Facebook team made a draft PHP spec and with some paint and polish it can become a real spec pretty soon. Show More Summary

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