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In the last article we learnt how to create an immutable data structure in PHP. There were a few issues o work through, but we got there in the end. Now onto making the immutable class more useful and easier o create modified copies....Show More Summary
Note: If you are a Medium user, my new articles are now cross-posted there as well. Note: Symfony 4.0 will be released at the end of November 2017. During the next few weeks, I will publish articles about my ideas and the main changes...Show More Summary
Developing WordPress themes is considerably easier with real content. Unexpected situations begin to arise when people add pages, posts, media and comments. Your beautiful template can break when: editors use assets which are too big...Show More Summary
Last time, I began telling you the story of how I wanted to make a game. I described how I set up the async PHP server, the Laravel Mix build chain, the ReactJS front-end, and the Web Sockets connecting all this together. Now, let me...Show More Summary
I faced an interesting question recently with regards to middleware: What happens when we go from a convention-based to a contract-based approach when programming? Convention-based approaches usually allow for duck-typing; with middleware,...Show More Summary
Test automation, continuous integration, and continuous delivery are quite widespread in the community now. This brought to life multiple services trying to make the process more enjoyable and less overwhelming for developers, so they can focus on delivering software instead of building/configuring tools to do that. Show More Summary
A fair amount has changed for the pthreads extension with the release of pthreads v3. This article aims to cover the necessary information for those who are looking to upgrade their applications from pthreads v2 to v3. If you're unfamiliar...Show More Summary
I spent the last couple of days at work integrating REST API data into the search result list of TYPO3's indexed_search extension. Yesterday I wanted to run a last test on my development machine o see if everything worked as it should...Show More Summary
Speaker: Kenneth Schabrechts @Agilix_ Speaker: @Agilix_ Every day developers ask themselves what they can do to improve their technical expertise. Which comes to no surprise seeing the nature of this industry. However it is important to focus some of your time on training and learning to use your soft skills. Show More Summary
Boosting the Visibility of Your PHP Projects with Data Mining and Business Intelligence By Manuel Lemos If you ever tried to get attention to your Open Source software work but it did not get very far, now you can learn how to fix that. Thanks...Show More Summary
@og_tjg Audio Show Notes Jamersan Zoom Video Conferencing DevZone @benmarks The post Interveiw with Thomas Gamble appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
"I'd like to make a multiplayer, economy-based game. Something like Stardew Valley, but with none of the befriending aspects and a player-based economy." I started thinking about this the moment I decided to try and build a game using PHP and ReactJS. Show More Summary
Warming the page cache after a production deployment took up to two minutes for certain TYPO3 pages. We got that down to mere seconds by not throwing away scaled and cropped images. Cache cleaning At work we use docker for our TYPO3Show More Summary
Lately on a Windows system, some failing integration tests for CLI commands utilising the Symfony Console component caused me some blip headaches by PHPUnit insisting that two strings are not identical due to different line endings. The following post documents the small steps I took to overcome these headaches. Show More Summary
One of the language features announced back in PHP 5.6 was the addition of the... token to denote that a function or method accepts a variable length of arguments. Something I rarely see mentioned is that it’s possible to combine this...Show More Summary
KING HENRY V: We judge no less. Uncle of Exeter, Enlarge the man committed yesterday, That rail'd against our person: we consider it was excess of wine that set him on; And on his more advice we pardon him. SCROOP: That's mercy, butShow More Summary
PHP developers seem to rarely utilise parallelism. The appeal of the simplicity of synchronous, single-threaded programming certainly is high, but sometimes the usage of a little concurrency can bring some worthwhile performance improvements. In...Show More Summary
June 2017 Presented By Chris Cornutt June 22, 2017 20:00 CDT The post Pieces of Auth appeared first on Nomad PHP.
@sherrierohde Audio Show Notes Magento Imagine Big Dam Run Los Angeles Magento User Group The post Interview with Sherrie Rhode appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.