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Email Debugging with MailCatcher - Bruno Škvorc

You use email in your applications, right? Ok, that’s a rhetorical question. Of course you do. Despite email being over 30 years old, it’s still the most popular application on the planet, by far. Here are some stats from Pingdom, for...Show More Summary

“The Only Reason You Think You Are Smart Is Because An Idiot Called You A Genius” - Paul M. Jones

This article about being able to be graduated by university applies to developers, too: begin by substituting “your first few projects” for “high school” and “the development community at large” for “college”. You may think you are smart...Show More Summary

August 2014 – EU - Nomad PHP

Web Frontend, API Backend Presented By Lorna Mitchell August 21, 2014 20:00 CEST The post August 2014 – EU appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Want to be more productive? Work less! - Stefan Koopmanschap

There are many people (myself included for a long time) that will work more and more when they have more stress. Whether it’s a deadline or simply too much work on your hands, you just start working longer, open your laptop when at home just to finish that one feature, skip lunch or ignore your RSI-breaks. Show More Summary

PHP Unconference Europe, a legend. But lacking PHP… - Ulf Wendel

A legend is born: PHP Unconference Europe, Majorca. Nearly one hundred witnesses exist. The #phpuceu combines the proven concept of an unconference with the beauty of the island of majorca. Within a day after the end of the event, one third had bought a ticket for next years issue (May 9-10, 2015)! We all knew for years, unconferences work. Show More Summary

IronMQ and Laravel: Setup - Bruno Škvorc

This two-part article series aims to make a beginner understand using push queues with Laravel. To give a brief overview, the final solution which we will be looking at is a simple form to upload photos and resize them. Resizing images...Show More Summary

5 Years Of PHP-FIG - Paul M. Jones

A nice note from Brett Bieber: Five years ago today, a group of PHP framework thought leaders came together to discuss interoperability and coordination. We met in a small room, talked our issues out together, agreed and disagreed respectfully. At...Show More Summary

Stephan Hochdörfer and Action-Domain-Responder - Paul M. Jones

I’ve been asking for feedback on the Action-Domain-Responder pattern, a refinement of MVC, to discover how it’s being used in the wild already, and to solicit criticism of the pattern to find weak points. The key points of Action-Domain-Responder: Instead...Show More Summary

The framework you learn doesn’t really matter. - Brandon Savage

Towards the end of my talk at phpDay in Verona, I was asked by two developers which framework I thought they should learn: Symfony or Laravel. I understand the pressure that developers feel like they’re under to learn a framework, and to somewhat “predict the future” by figuring out what is likely to be popular […]

Lithium Framework: Getting Started - Bruno Škvorc

Lithium is a lean but mean PHP framework (machine?) built for PHP 5.3 and up. It is designed to provide a good toolset for starting your web application, but one that is not too confining. Lithium uses the Model-View-Controller(MVC) architecture and this is what we are going to look at in this article. Show More Summary

PHP 5.6 Benchmarks - Lorna Mitchell

A while ago I did some benchmarks on how different versions of PHP perform in comparison to one another. This isn't a performance measure in absolute terms, this was just benchmarking them all on the same laptop while it wasn't doing...Show More Summary

rosaleenryan: artofoverwhelm: "The Birth Of Suburbia" by... - Maggie Nelson

rosaleenryan: artofoverwhelm: "The Birth Of Suburbia" by Rosaleen Ryan. Wowee this old work of mine has a lot of notes!! Thank you Julie, and thank you tumblr.

Magento Basics, Request Flow, Standards and Best Practices - Bruno Škvorc

Nowadays, companies are migrating their businesses online more and more. They’ve chosen to direct their attention to online communication in order to stay closer to their potential buyers, to make use of social websites to inform people...Show More Summary

Build Your Own Custom Entities in Drupal – Implementation - Bruno Škvorc

Welcome back to the second part of this tutorial in which we explore the world of custom entities in Drupal. If you haven’t already, I strongly recommend you read the first installment, but let’s do a short recap nonetheless. In the previous article we’ve defined the schema for our entity type and registered it with Drupal. Show More Summary

The Eternal Struggle Between Business and Programmers - Paul M. Jones

The Business and the Programmers want the same thing. They want the same thing: to deliver a more predictable stream of important features that will make the market happy—or, at least, knowing the fickle market, that will risk disappointing them the least. This. Show More Summary

A PHP4 user in 2014 - Christian Weiske

Today I stumbled on a bug report for the Mail_Mime package in PEAR: Bug #20222: 1.8.8 not compatible with PHP4 . So in March 2014, someone noticed that a minor version upgrade of a package broke it on PHP4. Whoa. But PEAR takes backwards compatibility very...Show More Summary

Terms of Service: do you read them? - Anna Filina

Boring legal texts. Yes, they make it boring on purpose, so you won’t dare reading it and just consent to give away your first-born. If only you knew what kind of stuff goes in there, you’d start reading too. Here are some examples of...Show More Summary

Unit Testing with GuzzlePHP - Bruno Škvorc

In January, Miguel Romero wrote a great article showing how to get started with Guzzle. If you missed the article, or are unfamiliar with Guzzle: Guzzle is a PHP HTTP client & framework for building RESTful web service clients. In Miguel’s...Show More Summary

PHP 5.6.0beta3 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.0beta3. As we entered the feature freeze with beta1, this is is a bugfix-only release. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs in the bug tracking system. Show More Summary

Aura.View and Aura.Html 2.0.0-beta1 Released! - Paul M. Jones

Aura.View 2.0.0-beta1 is a reduced implementation of the v1 View package. … The templates can still be include files, but (and this is new) they can also be closures. This means that you can completely avoid the file system for templates if you like. Show More Summary

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