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New MongoDB Drivers for PHP and HHVM: History London, UK Tuesday, December 1st 2015, 09:07 GMT We recently released a new version of the MongoDB driver for PHP. This release is the result of nearly a year and a half work to re-engineer and rewrite the MongoDB driver. Show More Summary
I still remember the excitement I had 15 years ago when I discovered my first programming advent calendar; it was one about Perl. It was awesome, and every year, I was waiting for another series of blog posts about great Perl modules. Show More Summary
@TessaMero – Tessa Mero @elstamey – Emily Stamney @AmbassadorAwsum – Amanda Folson @ircmaxell – Anthony Ferrar @Crell – Larry Garfield @JoePFerguson – Joe Ferguson Show Notes Drupal 8 Joomla Phergie DNSBL The post Its the Booze Talking – Contributing to Open Source appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
PHP Automated SMS Gateway for Request and Response Service Part 2: Automatic Responses By Dave Smith Once you start improving your SMS response service using the DOTGO system, the types of the messages that you want to handle get more...Show More Summary
PDF files are one of the most common ways of sharing documents online. Whether we need to pass our clients’ documents to third-party service providers like banks or insurance companies, or just to send a CV to an employer, using a PDF...Show More Summary
For Black Friday/Cyber Monday, and the rest of this week, my books Modernizing Legacy Applications in PHP and Solving the N+1 Problem in PHP are 50% off. If you’ve been waiting for a sale to get these books, now is your chance!
This is the last episode of the Zendcon 2015 series. And the term “last but not least” definitely applies here. I The post Fabrizio Branca – Talking about Magento & living in the Bay Area appeared first on Thijs Feryn's blog.
How to Use Queue To Speedup PHP Processing Tasks Part 1: Queueing Slow Tasks By Alexander Skakunov Queues are an important solution, especially when need to create a processing task that may take a long time to complete and the userShow More Summary
Earlier this year, I worked on a solution to help us manage changes and history when maintaining different versions of Amazon Machine Images (AMIs). I entertained a wide range of ideas from Docker to AWS CloudFormation to a collection...Show More Summary
PHP 7.0 is very very near, if no showstoppers show up during the current Release Candidate #8. And I finally managed to update the package on php-osx.liip.ch, so that you can test and start writing applications on your local OS X machine easily, as well. Show More Summary
The Aggregate pattern is an important part of Domain Driven Design. It prevents inconsistencies and is responsible for enforcing business rules within a collection of objects. For these reasons alone, it is clear to see why it is a key...Show More Summary
Phan is the PHP Analyzer for PHP 7 code. I've been using it, partly out of curiosity, and partly to look at what the implications of upgrading my various projects will be. The simplest usage instructions are: phan -f filelist.txt I generated...Show More Summary
Back from Forum PHP Paris 2015. First, a huge thanks to l'AFUP for the organization of this great event, as always, reception was beyond reproach. This event was, once more, a great opportunity for many and rewarding meetings with lot of PHP developers and users. Show More Summary
@brianfenton Show Notes San Francisco PHP User Group The post Interview with Brian Fenton appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Justin Rohrman, a former co-worker of mine, recently posted “6 Reasons Your API is the Windows Vista of APIs.” For his article, he asked me: I was wondering if you might give me a short description of what you see as one of the biggest...Show More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.16. Several bugs have been fixed. All PHP 5.6 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 5.6.16 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. The list of changes is recorded in the ChangeLog.
PHP Articles and Book Reviews Report November 2015 Edition By Manuel Lemos This is the November edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles and Book Reviews...Show More Summary
In a previous post, we used the Vimeo API to build a rudimentary video application with Silex and Twig. We added login and user feed functionality and wrapped it all up with a video searching feature. In this one, we’ll add in liking...Show More Summary
Speaker: Ben Smith @abenjaminsmith You should be enforcing a total separation of config from code in your PHP applications. Learn how to utilize environment variables in your apps, including app bootstrapping, security for app secrets, deploying to remote environments, and more. The post Config is not code! How to use environment variables in PHP appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Speaker: Amanda Folson @AmbassadorAwsum Building and maintaining an API or microservice doesn’t have to suck. We’ll use Laravel’s new micro-framework Lumen to build an API using all of the Laravel features we love without all of the full-stack stuff we don’t need. The post Zero to API with Lumen appeared first on Nomad PHP.