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PHP: Automatically disabling colored output - Christian Weiske

php-sqllint got an SQL formatting output mode now. Together with SqlParser's output coloring mode (which generates ANSI escape codes) I get nice colorful SQL statements on my terminal. But this is not what I want when piping the output...Show More Summary

PHP Articles and Book Reviews Report December 2015 Edition - PHP Classes

PHP Articles and Book Reviews Report December 2015 Edition By Manuel Lemos This is the December edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles and Book Reviews...Show More Summary

Catching Up With Myself - Davey Shafik

Prior to November 19th 2006 I was really into PHP. I tested every alpha, beta, and release candidate, I knew every new feature inside and out, and I had plans to contribute… something. I didn’t know what, but I was going to give back...Show More Summary

Transphporm – a Different Kind of Template Engine - SitePoint PHP

If there is one thing the world needs, it’s definitely another PHP template engine! But wait, this one is different! Many PHP template engines (Smarty, Blade, Twig…) are little more than abstracted PHP code, making it easier to write loops, if/then/else blocks, and display variables with less verbosity than vanilla PHP. Show More Summary

PHP Tutorial to Detect User Location from the IP address With IP2Location Geolocation - PHP Classes

PHP Tutorial to Detect User Location from the IP address With IP2Location Geolocation By Alexander Skakunov Sometimes it is necessary to determine the user geographic location for instance to serve more appropriate content. One way to do it is to determine the location associated to the IP address of his computer. Show More Summary

Good idea of the day: checkstyle on jenkins - Christian Weiske

When I started a new project at work, I configured our Jenkins server o automatically deploy to production and esting servers when either git master or develop branches get pushed to - but only if all the tests pass. In our case, it's...Show More Summary

Running a phar without .phar extension - Christian Weiske

I'm shipping a new side project as .phar file, php-sqllint.phar. The phar stub has a shebang line so that I can call it without explicitly running PHP: #!/usr/bin/env php When making the file executable with chmod +x, you can simply execute...Show More Summary

PHP WordPress Plugin Tutorial using Object Oriented Programming Part 1: Basic Example - PHP Classes

PHP WordPress Plugin Tutorial using Object Oriented Programming Part 1: Basic Example By Nadir Latif WordPress plugin development is very popular these days. Users with different levels of experience can develop plugins for WordPress. One...Show More Summary

Interview with Josh Holmes - Voices of the ElePHPant

@joshholmes Nitrogen.io IoT Hub Particle Thing Labs MS Case Studies The post Interview with Josh Holmes appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Secure PHAR Automation - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

For a variety of reasons, I've been working on a utility that is best distributed via PHAR file. As has been noted by others (archive.is link, due to lack of availability of original site), PHAR distribution, while useful, is not without...Show More Summary

Feature Toggling Explained with Qandidate’s Toggle - SitePoint PHP

A frequently used development workflow in version control systems is feature branching. The idea is that we develop new features in branches other than the master one. After a feature is tested and ready to be released, it is merged back into the master branch or a release branch for deployment. Show More Summary

PHP code in 2006 and 2016 - Evert Pot

I've been writing PHP code for almost 15 years, and next year will be the 10 year anniversary of this blog. Back when I started the blog, PHP 5 had just come out. It occurred to me that it might be interesting to take a quick look how my PHP code has changed in this imespan. Show More Summary

Is Wordpress Dropping PHP for JavaScript? - Lately in PHP podcast episode 66 - PHP Classes

Is Wordpress Dropping PHP for JavaScript? - Lately in PHP podcast episode 66 By Manuel Lemos WordPress announced the Calypso project which is a JavaScript based (Node.js, React.js) alternative to WP-Admin to administer Wordpress blogs. Show More Summary

How Do You See The PHP-FIG? - Paul M. Jones

Fram a Reddit discussion; please reply over there. There are some ongoing discussions on the PHP-FIG mailing list about, among other things, how the FIG is seen by the wider PHP community. Changing Goals Structure and purpose Since an...Show More Summary

PEAR server fully restored - Christian Weiske

This article has originally been published on the PEAR blog: PEAR server fully restored @ blog.pear.php.net . The pear.php.net server has been fully restored after we had to witness a fatal hard drive crash on 2015-11-29. Our serverShow More Summary

Now available via TLS and HTTP/2 - Evert Pot

Something that's always been bugging me, was that my blog was only ever available over unencrypted HTTP. Even though it's just a simple blog, it would be nicer to be able to just use he latest tech and best practices. It is my profession...Show More Summary

PHP 7 OCI8 2.1.0 available on PECL - Christopher Jones

I've released PHP 7 OCI8 2.1 on PECL and simultaneously made a patch release OCI8 2.0.10 which is compatible with PHP 5.2 - PHP 5.6. To install OCI8 for PHP 7 use: pecl install oci8 This installs OCI8 2.1 which, as I'm sure you can guess,...Show More Summary

PEAR server fully restored - Official Blog of the PEAR Group/PEAR President

The pear.php.net server has been fully restored after we had to witness a fatal hard drive crash on 2015-11-29. Our server sponsor eUKhost quickly provided us with a new machine after we told them the old had failed, and the last two...Show More Summary

Drupal 8 Queue API – Powerful Manual and Cron Queueing - SitePoint PHP

The Queue API in Drupal allows us to handle a number of tasks at a later stage. What this means is that we can place items into a queue which will run some time in the future and process each individual item at that point and at least once. Show More Summary

Interview with Eli White - Cal Evans (Voices of the ElePHPant)

@EliW PHP[architect] Fredrick Web Tech The post Interview with Eli White appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

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