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MySQL Extension, Going, Going, almost Gone - PHP Classes

MySQL Extension, Going, Going, almost Gone By Dave Smith When the warnings change from "the extension may go away" to "the extension will go away", things just became serious. For some of us, the race is on to keep our projects fromShow More Summary

Crawling and Searching Entire Domains with Diffbot - SitePoint PHP

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to build a custom SitePoint search engine that far outdoes anything WordPress could ever put out. We’ll be using Diffbot as a service to extract structured data from SitePoint automatically, and this...Show More Summary

Online Boot Camp for Modernizing PHP Legacy Applications - PHP Classes

Online Boot Camp for Modernizing PHP Legacy Applications By Paul M. Jones Over the years the recommended practices to develop PHP applications have evolved but applications developed in the past were not maintained and suffer with several...Show More Summary

Protected: NEPHP Logos - Nomad PHP

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. The post Protected: NEPHP Logos appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Modernizing Serialized PHP Objects with class_alias() - Paul M. Jones

Several weeks ago, a correspondent presented a legacy situation that I’ve never had to deal with. He was working his way through Modernizing Legacy Applications in PHP, and realized the codebase was storing serialized PHP objects in a database. Show More Summary

Interview with Sammy K. Powers - Cal Evans

@SammyK Show Notes PHP RoundTable Chicago PHP The post Interview with Sammy K. Powers appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Review: Modernizing Legacy Applications In PHP - PHP Classes

Title Modernizing Legacy Applications In PHP Reviewer Samuel Adeshina Category PHP books Publisher Leanpub Author Paul M. Jones Summary After going through this book, I discovered that it is not just apps that were built ?over a decade...Show More Summary

Farewell Engine Yard! - Davey Shafik

After almost 4 years at Engine Yard, my last day will be July 3rd. It is a sad thing, but it also means I am moving on to hopefully bigger, exciting, more challenging, and better things. On Saturday I gave my last conference talk asShow More Summary

PHP Channel’s 2015 2nd Trimester Update - SitePoint PHP

> img.left {float: left; margin: 10px 20px 0 0} ul.contributor_social {list-style: none; margin: 0} ul.contributor_social li {float: left; margin: 3px 3px 7px 3px} Another three months have passed, and our author roster has expandedShow More Summary

Let’s work together! - Brandon Savage

I currently have a few projects wrapping up and I’m available to take on new projects, both large and small in the PHP development world. With more than ten years of experience as a PHP developer, I can help you to develop your project efficiently, effectively and with the best possible outcomes. Show More Summary

Tutorial on Creating an AJAX based Chat system in PHP - PHP Classes

Tutorial on Creating an AJAX based Chat system in PHP By Ashraf Gheith AJAX is not a new technology. Many years ago I published this class to implement an AJAX based chat system. It is still useful but AJAX also evolved a bit, so the...Show More Summary

Mobile App Development with Zend Studio - SitePoint PHP

The world has turned mobile. This is not new, and it should therefore be no surprise to anyone that the results of the 2015 DevPulse survey by Zend show that a vast majority of PHP developers are working on, or intend to work on, mobile...Show More Summary

Dutch PHP Conference 2015 - Deep Dive into Browser Performance - Ilia Alshanetsky

My slides from DPC 2015 on "Deep Dive into Browser Performance" are now available for download here.

Simultaneously benchmark many URLs with ApacheBench and GNU parallel - Simon Holywell

Once in a while you come across situations where someone wants to know what a server can do or how many requests it can handle under a realistic load scenario. It could simply be that you want to hit a large selection of sites or even...Show More Summary

20 Years of PHP and 16 Years of PHP Classes - PHP Classes

20 Years of PHP and 16 Years of PHP Classes By Manuel Lemos In the same month that PHP completes 20 years of age, the PHP Classes site completes 16 years of age precisely today. It has been a long journey but this last year has beenShow More Summary

Laravel Route Protection with Invoke - blog.phpdev

I started on a tool a while back to “scratch an itch” in a personal project to make it easier to protect endpoints based on the requested URL. The Invoke library makes it possible to detect the route requested and ensure a set of criteria are met to be sure a user can access a resource. Show More Summary

4 Best Chart Generation Options with PHP Components - SitePoint PHP

Data is everywhere around us, but it is boring to deal with raw data alone. That’s where visualization comes into the picture. If you take a look at the Google Trends plot below, you will realize that interest in Data Visualization has...Show More Summary

PHP7: JumpStart Exceptions in the Engine/ Throwable Interface - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Cal Evans @calevans Of all the new features of PHP 7, Exceptions in the engine is one of the most important. Let’s take a quick look at this change and what it means to PHP developers. The post PHP7: JumpStart Exceptions in the Engine/ Throwable Interface appeared first on Nomad PHP.

ACLs in Object-Oriented Applications - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Brandon Savage @brandonsavage Access control is a universal problem, but figuring out where to put your ACLs can be incredibly challenging. Exactly who is responsible for access control? Where do you check permissions? WhatShow More Summary

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