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Quick Tip: Set up Drupal 8 with Composer! - SitePoint PHP

The recommended approach to getting started with Drupal 8 is now via Composer. An official project template has been created for this. We will create our project directly using the template, which is also available on Packagist. To create...Show More Summary

What Salary Could You Be Earning as Software Developer? - PHP Classes

What Salary Could You Be Earning as Software Developer? By Manuel Lemos When it comes to negotiating a salary with a company that you want to work with, it's hard to know where to start, especially if you don't have a good baseline for...Show More Summary

How to Build an API-Only JWT-Powered Laravel App - SitePoint PHP

The Laravel API Boilerplate (JWT Edition) was made on the shoulders of giants like: Dingo API; JWT-Auth, by tymondesigns; CORS on Laravel 5 by barryvdh; In this article, we will learn how to use it to quickly create a fully functional API for an imaginary book wishlist application. Show More Summary

You (probably) don’t need to test that - Brandon Savage

Like many mentors, instilling best practices is an important part of what I do. And I encourage my mentees to follow best practices, including testing. For example, I encourage them that code isn’t done until it’s been properly tested, and that the higher the test coverage, the better the outcome overall. Show More Summary

The Grid: Web Design by Artificial Intelligence - Henri Bergius

As mentioned last year, I'm working on a Artificial Intelligence that can do web design. It is called The Grid. Last week I gave a talk at Lift Conference explaining how it all works. If you can't see the video embed above, it is also available on the Livestream site.

PHP Tutorial on Developing Applications using the Official Google Search API - PHP Classes

PHP Tutorial on Developing Applications using the Official Google Search API By Ash Kiswany Google can provide valuable information on how to find how your site is ranking for important keywords but the right way to do from a Web application...Show More Summary

Dave Smith and United States Won the 2015 PHP Innovation Award Edition - PHP Classes

Dave Smith and United States Won the 2015 PHP Innovation Award Edition By Manuel Lemos The results of the PHP Programming Innovation Award edition of 2015 were announced and the winner is Dave Smith from United States. Collectively United...Show More Summary

phpunit-bin - run phpunit from anywhere - Evert Pot

These days it’s common for projects to supply phpunit via require-dev. Most of my projects do this, and this means that every project supplies their own bin/phpunit. I live on the command-line and it can be a bit annoying to invoke the...Show More Summary

Its the Booze Talking – Entrepreneurship - Voices of the ElePHPant

Featuring: @EliW @jacqueswoodcock @e3BethT @brettflorio @lukestokes @adamculp Show Notes Foxycart php[arch] Tandum Docker for Developers PHP Cruise Run Geek Radio Behat Zend Expressive Joind.in on Github PHP UG on Github Nomad PHP The post Its the Booze Talking – Entrepreneurship appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

The Visibility Debate - Davey Shafik

A lot has been said about when to use public / private / protected. Some say that you should never use private, while others say you should never use protected. About the only thing that people can seem to agree on is that public should be used with caution. Show More Summary

Building Microsoft’s What-Dog AI in under 100 Lines of Code - SitePoint PHP

Rather recently, Microsoft released an app using AI to detect a dog’s breed. When I tested it on my beagle, though… Hmm, not quite, app. Not quite. In my non-SitePoint time, I also work for Diffbot - the startup you may have heard of over the past few weeks - who also dabble in AI. Show More Summary

Cal Evans – Personal branding, developer advocacy & community - Thijs Feryn

Cal Evans is my guest on this episode of the show. The interview was recorded at PHPBenelux Conference 2016. Cal Evans was invited as The post Cal Evans – Personal branding, developer advocacy & community appeared first on Thijs Feryn's blog.

How to Build Your Own Dependency Injection Container - SitePoint PHP

A search for “dependency injection container” on packagist currently provides over 95 pages of results. It is safe to say that this particular “wheel” has been invented. However, no chef ever learned to cook using only ready meals. Likewise,...Show More Summary

First Symfony CMF 1.3 Release Candidate Available - Symfony CMF

The release of Symfony CMF 1.3 is coming closer with the availability of release candidates for all packages. Stable releases can be expected in the coming weeks. After the 1.2 release, the activity of the Symfony CMF project has dropped, resulting in no new release in 2015. Show More Summary

Three Months Of Patreon - Stefan Koopmanschap

Tomorrow it is three months ago that I launched my Patreon page. As I mentioned in my blogpost about launching my Patreon page, it was mostly an experiment to see how that would work out. I've seen a bunch of artists use Patreon very...Show More Summary

PHP 7.0 (and 5.6) on Ubuntu - Lorna Mitchell

PHP 7 is released but for those of us who don't usually compile our own PHP, it can be a long wait for our preferred distro to release the packages we want. For Ubuntu, I'm using a PPA which allows both PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0 to be installed, including things like extensions, at the same time. Show More Summary

PHP Tutorial to Increase Speed and Reduce Costs of AWS S3 using Caching - PHP Classes

PHP Tutorial to Increase Speed and Reduce Costs of AWS S3 using Caching By Joseluis Laso Amazon S3 service is one of the most popular cloud storage services that you can use for many purposes like storing backups of important data or...Show More Summary

Building an Spress Svbtle Theme – Responsive Static Blogs! - SitePoint PHP

You may have heard of Sculpin - a static site generator for PHP. Static blogs are, as you may know, blogs which you dynamically write in your app or on your local machine, and then export as a pure html version for hosting on static-only...Show More Summary

Quick Tip: Sync a Fork with the Original via GitHub’s Web UI - SitePoint PHP

I often find myself having to update my fork of someone else’s repo to include the changes made to the original since the fork. In fact, we use this approach often in SitePoint’s Peer Review System as well. Purely by accident, I’ve recently...Show More Summary

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