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Install and Integrate Elasticsearch with Drupal - SitePoint PHP

In this tutorial I am going to look at the possibility of using Drupal 7 as a content management system that powers another high performance application. To illustrate the latter, I will use the Silex PHP microframework and Elasticsearch as the data source. Show More Summary

CMF Hackday 1st/2nd May 2015 - Symfony CMF

We are happy to announce a joint Symfony CMF / Sulu hackday in Dornbirn, Austria on the 1st and 2nd of May. Join us for a hacking, discussion and fun. In case there is interest workshops will be available for Symfony CMF, Sulu or both. If...Show More Summary

An XML library for PHP you may not hate. - Evert Pot

If you are a PHP programmer, chances are that you will need to write and parse XML from time to time. You may even consider this a good thing. Chances are hough that dealing with XML has caused you to flock to JSON. But XML has advantages, and sometimes you simply don't have an option. I myself have gone through several stages of this. Show More Summary

7 Ways to Optimize Jenkins - SitePoint PHP

This article was sponsored by CloudBees. Thank you for supporting the sponsors who make SitePoint possible! Jenkins is a great tool for continuous integration and continuous delivery. In previous articles we’ve learned how to set up Jenkins for quality assurance and looked at one particularly useful plugin for supercharging your processes. Show More Summary

Laravel Blade Recursive Partials with @each - SitePoint PHP

In this tutorial, we’ll go through the process of implementing recursive partials in Laravel’s Blade templating engine by means of the @each command. This will allow us to render data structures with an arbitrary number of nested children...Show More Summary

Nightly builds for PHP 7.0 now available! - Zeev Suraski

For the many people that are interested in testing PHP 7 themselves - I have some good news.We're now building the latest source snapshot of PHP 7 every night and posting it on  Currently we're building tarballs...Show More Summary

Separate The User Interface Repository From The Core Application Repository - Paul M. Jones

tl;dr: Keep the core application (“model”, “domain”) code repository separate from the user interface (“controller/view”, “action/responder”) code repository; use a dependency manager in the user-interface repo to bring in the core-application...Show More Summary

Xdebug 2.3: Improvements to Tracing - Derick Rethans

Xdebug 2.3: Improvements to Tracing London, UK Tuesday, March 31st 2015, 09:12 BST This is the fifth article in a series about new features in Xdebug 2.3, which was first released on February 22nd. In this instalment we are going to have a look at the additions to the trace file functionality. Show More Summary

Interview with David Stockton - Cal Evans

Twitter: David Stockton @dstockto Show Notes Front Range PHP User Group The post Interview with David Stockton appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Welcoming New Authors: January – March 2015 - SitePoint PHP

With a new schedule and regime, we changed the author introduction post to a once per three months frequency rather than every other month like it was. As March is drawing to an end (already?!), let’s see which new souls joined us in this era of peer review. Show More Summary

How PHP 7 Can Help You Write Better Tests - PHP Classes

How PHP 7 Can Help You Write Better Tests By Joseluis Laso With the introduction strict type hinting, PHP 7 will creating more robust tests that will help us to develop better quality code. Read this article to learn how you can write more robust tests in practice with the help of strict type hinting.

Best PHP Framework for 2015 – SitePoint Survey Results - SitePoint PHP

One month ago, we started the annual SitePoint framework popularity survey. Now that the month has expired, it’s time to look at the results and to distribute the prizes. The response was a whopping ~7800 entries, far more than any other...Show More Summary

Aura 3 Plans - Paul M. Jones

From the Aura blog: The Past Aura 1.x framework packages will see no new releases, and may be archived. Aura 1.x library packages are near the end of active development; to prevent orphaning and end-of-life, ownership and authority over...Show More Summary

Creating a PHP Daemon Service - PHP Classes

Creating a PHP Daemon Service By Dmitry Mamontov Daemons are special applications that can monitor and process an important activity on a machine in the background. Read this article to learn how to create a daemon in pure PHP, handling...Show More Summary

Doctrine not saving ManyToMany - Anna Filina

Say you have a ManyToMany relationship, like Post  Tag. // AcmeBundle/Entity/Post.php / @ORM\ManyToMany(targetEntity="Tag", inversedBy="posts", cascade={"persist","remove"}) / protected $tags; // AcmeBundle/Entity/Tag.php / @ORM\ManyToMany(targetEntity="Post",...Show More Summary

PHP 7.0 as Software Collection - Remi Collet

RPM of upcoming major version of PHP 7.0, are available in remi repository for Fedora 20, 21, 22 and Enterprise Linux 6, 7 (RHEL, CentOS,...) in a fresh new Software Collection (php70) allowing its installation beside the system version. Show More Summary

Top 10 Z-Ray Features to Check Out - SitePoint PHP

This post was written by a developer who works on the Zend Server project. We’re pretty keen on editorial independence here at SitePoint, but occasionally we feature articles from people working directly on some of our favorite tools. Necessity...Show More Summary

Thoughts On The Design Of APIs - Anthony Ferrara

Developers as a whole suck at API design. We don't suck at making APIs. We don't suck at implementing them. We don't suck at using them (well, some more than others). But we do suck at designing them. In fact, we suck so much that we've made entire disciplines around trying to design better ones (BDD, DDD, TDD, etc). Show More Summary

Xdebug 2.3: Improvements to Debugging - Derick Rethans

Xdebug 2.3: Improvements to Debugging London, UK Tuesday, March 24th 2015, 09:12 GMT This is the fourth article in a series about new features in Xdebug 2.3, which was first released on February 22nd. In this article we are looking at the improvements towards "remote" debugging. Show More Summary

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