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Developers and their employers are often at odds over matters like clean or beautiful code and with good reason: neither ships a product or increases sales. Most end users don’t care what the code looks like, as long as the product works and meets their needs. Show More Summary
Here is my (slightly late) take on Ben Ramsey's call for stories on how people got started with PHP (although at this point I feel he just did this to get his blog to rank number one on all PHP related searches). I can't retrace exactly when it was that I got started playing with PHP, but I guess I was around 18. Show More Summary
Title Building Secure PHP Apps Reviewer Samuel Adeshina Category PHP books Publisher Leanpub Author Ben Edmunds Summary This book really went beyond the line to explain the concept of security and what it means to develop a secure PHP...Show More Summary
I believe that in order to write readable and maintainable code, we must name our functions in a consistent way. What I noticed by reading a lot of code, especially frameworks, is that developers use too many different verbs when naming functions. Show More Summary
PHP 7 to Be Even Faster Than Expected - Lately in PHP podcast episode 60 By Manuel Lemos With the latest experiments with the Feedback Directed Optimization patch, it is possible that PHP 7 will be event 10% faster than the implementation...Show More Summary
@mwop Show Notes Sioux Falls Developers Conduit Zend Framework 3 Roadmap The post Interview with Matthew Weier O’Phinney appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
In this tutorial, we’ll use Box to package a PHP application into a Phar, in order to make it easily distributable and globally installable via Composer. We’ll also learn how to distribute it so that it’s installable via Composer. On what? We need a project for this, and packaging up yet another “Hello World” script would be pointless. Show More Summary
Search Videos with Hulu Embed API for PHP Developers By Dave Smith Hulu has long been the standout of the major streaming video providers to not provide a public API. They do, however, provide a method to embed video and a data set of...Show More Summary
A few days ago, on June 8th to be precise PHP had celebrated it?s 20th birthday! Wow! Ben Ramsey had written a blog post to talk about his history with PHP to commemorate the event and invited others to do the same. I didn?t get a chance...Show More Summary
If you’ve been following along with my previous articles about Github’s API, you know that Github’s developers are doing their best to ease the pain of interacting with Github data. In this article, we’re going to take a look at theShow More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.42. Six security-related issues in PHP were fixed in this release, as well as several security issues in bundled sqlite library (CVE-2015-3414, CVE-2015-3415, CVE-2015-3416). Show More Summary
InfoWorld Article Published Today, my article “PHP at 20: From pet project to powerhouse” was published in InfoWorld. The article discusses the origins of PHP, how it and its community pride themselves in pragmatic approaches to solving problems, and how it is relevant and evolving today. Show More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.10. Several bugs have been fixed as well as several security issues into some bundled librairies (CVE-2015-3414, CVE-2015-3415, CVE-2015-3416, CVE-2015-2325 and CVE-2015-2326). Show More Summary
Title Securing PHP: Core Concepts Reviewer Dave Smith Category PHP books Publisher Leanpub Author Chris Cornutt Summary Security related issues over the Internet is a comprehensive subject that can be difficult to understand without a proper foundation. Show More Summary
One of the things that makes Drupal great is its flexible user permission system. The out of the box permissions grid we are all familiar with covers most uses cases of controlling what users can and cannot do. It is also very easy for...Show More Summary
My slides from IPC 2015 on "Profiling with XHProf" are now available for download here.
My slides from IPC 2015 on "Deep Dive into Browser Performance" are now available for download here.
Note – I originally wrote this in 2009 – the context (e.g. cost of monitors has changed) but the principle is still the same. I will start with a question, if you have a spare £400 in your development budget do you A) Reward your star...Show More Summary