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What Are the Workflows of Prominent PHP Community Members? - SitePoint PHP

Workflow refers to both the process and the tools that are used in this process. Almost every developer comes up with a process of creating and finalizing the project deliverables. This process is implemented through a set of tools that the developer comes up with through trial and error. Show More Summary

Code as Config - Nomad PHP

This week’s tip is going out to both Nomad PHP and Nomad Mage because the person who wrote the blog post is an active member of both communities. Stephan Hochdörfer recently penned short blog post introducing an interesting concept that he and bitExpert are espousing. Forget XML (or YAML, or JSON, or any other markup … The post Code as Config appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Introducing the Neo4j Symfony Bundle - SitePoint PHP

There is no such thing as disconnected information, no matter where you look - people, events, places, things, documents, applications and the information about them is all heavily connected. As the volume of data grows, so does the number and dynamicity of its connections. Show More Summary

Layers, ports & adapters - Part 3, Ports & Adapters - Matthias Noback

In the previous article we discussed a sensible layer system, consisting of three layers: Domain Application Infrastructure Infrastructure The infrastructure layer, containing everything that connects the application's use cases to "the world outside" (like users, hardware, other applications), can become quite large. Show More Summary

PHP 7.1.8 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.1.8. This is a bugfix release, with several bug fixes included. All PHP 7.1 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 7.1.8 please visit our downloads page, Windows source and binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. Show More Summary

PHP 7.2.0 Beta 2 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.2.0 Beta 2. This release is the second beta for 7.2.0. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs and incompatibilities in the bug tracking system. Show More Summary

What Are the New Features in Laravel 5.5? - SitePoint PHP

Laravel 5.5 will require PHP 7.0+. For the features this modern PHP version brings, please see our recap. Laravel 5.5 will also be the next LTS (Long Term Support) release. This means bugfixes for two years and three years of security updates. Show More Summary

Layers, ports & adapters - Part 2, Layers - Matthias Noback

The first key concept of what I think is a very simple, at the very least "clean" architecture, is the concept of a layer. A layer itself is actually nothing, if you think about it. It's simply determined by how it's used. Let's stay...Show More Summary

Website performance monitoring open-source tool - Federico Cargnelutti

Easy to use dashboards are a must when it comes to monitoring the state of your web applications. Companies like Calibre or SpeedCurve offer this as a professional service, but not everyone can afford them. Meet SpeedTracker SpeedTracker...Show More Summary

Re-Introducing PHPUnit – Getting Started with TDD in PHP - SitePoint PHP

There are a lot of PHPUnit posts on our site already (just check the tag), but it's been a while since we've actually introduced people to it, and the tool has evolved significantly since then. This article aims to re-introduce the tool...Show More Summary

And another phing… - Ken Guest

Additional things learnt from developing the Mercurial tasks for phing, the php build system based on Java’s Ant tool. Versions and compatibility. As much as we might want to ignore versions of PHP that have been EOL-ed (ones hat are...Show More Summary

Layers, ports & adapters - Part 1, Foreword - Matthias Noback

Looking back at my old blog posts, I think it's good to write down a more balanced view on application architecture than the one that speaks from some of the older posts from 2013 and 2014. Before I do, I allow myself a quick self-centered...Show More Summary

Ponderings on Odoriferous Syntactical Constructifications - Anthony Ferrara

(AKA: "Thoughts on code smells" and how "high brow" they have become) We have a habit of talking about "code smells" to indicate patterns and practices that our experience has shown can be problematic. Many of these "smells" are backed by a lot of data and really are legitimate problems to avoid. Show More Summary

Twig – the Most Popular Stand-Alone PHP Template Engine - SitePoint PHP

Twig is a template engine for PHP. But isn't PHP itself a template engine? Yes and no! Even though PHP started as a template engine, it didn't evolve like one, and while we can still use it as one please tell me which version of "Hello world" you prefer: Hello ". Show More Summary

Customizing Sculpin: Highlight image and Facebook - Stefan Koopmanschap

Over the past months I've been slowly customizing my Sculpin installation for this blog to fit my own liking a bit more. I've added a bit more styling including a beautiful background image and a transparent white background for the content column. Show More Summary

How to Add Real-Time Notifications to Laravel with Pusher - SitePoint PHP

The modern web user expects to be informed of everything that happens within the application. You don’t want to be that one website that doesn’t even have the notifications dropdown found not just in all social media websites, but everywhere else these days, too. Show More Summary

Why Is a String Called a String? - SitePoint PHP

Why is a string called a string? Have you ever given this some thought? We never use such a word in contexts other than programming for a set of letters sticking together, and yet - in programming it's as pervasive as the word "variable". Show More Summary

06: Submitting a PR to php-src - Sammy Kaye Powers

We found some untested lines of code and wrote a useful test that covered the lines so let's submit our new test to the main php-src repo. Don't we need to create an RFC to send a pull request? Not for bug fixes and tests, so we're in...Show More Summary

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