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Puli 1.0 Beta Released - Bernhard Schussek

Today marks the end of a month of very intense development of the Puli library. On December 3 rd, 2014 the first alpha version of most of the Puli components and extensions was released. Today, a little more than a month later, I amShow More Summary

Adding Products to Your eBay Store with the Trading API - SitePoint PHP

In this third and final part of our eBay Trading API series, we’ll be building the product adding functionality into our application. Creating new Products Now that we’re done with the store settings, we can begin with writing the code for the controller that would handle the creation of products. Show More Summary

Nemein has a new home - Henri Bergius

When I left to sail across the Atlantic in late November, there was excitement in the air. Nemein — the software company I started in 2001 with Henri Hovi and Johannes Hentunen, and left later to build an AI-driven web publishing tool...Show More Summary

Some questions about the command bus - Matthias Noback

So far we've had three posts in this series about commands, events and their corresponding buses and handlers: A wave of command buses Responsibilities of the command bus From commands to events Now I'd like to take the time to answer some of the very interesting questions that by readers. The difference between commands and events Robert asked: [...]Show More Summary

Configuring Your Store’s Settings with the eBay Trading API - SitePoint PHP

In part 1, we explained the different parts of eBay’s developer dashboard and configured our test application. We also created our database. Now we’re ready to create a project. In this part, we’ll focus on store settings. In part 3, we’ll add new products to our store. Continue reading %Configuring Your Store’s Settings with the eBay Trading API%

From commands to events - Matthias Noback

In the previous posts we looked at commands and he command bus. Commands are simple objects which express a user's intention to change something. Internally, the command object is handed over to the command bus, which performs the change that has been requested. Show More Summary

On HTTP, Middleware, and PSR-7 - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

As I've surveyed the successes and failures of ZF1 and ZF2, I've started considering how we can address usability: how do we make the framework more approachable? One concept I've been researching a ton lately is middleware. Middleware...Show More Summary

Responsibilities of the command bus - Matthias Noback

In the previous post we looked at commands and how you can use them to separate technical aspects of the input, from the actual behavior of your application. Commands are simple objects, handed over to the command bus, which performs...Show More Summary

Developing PHP Extensions with C++ and PHP-CPP: Advanced - SitePoint PHP

In my earlier articles, I have introduced the PHP-CPP lib to create an extension for PHP using C++ (first article and second article). In the latter, I demonstrated a bit of the OO side of writing a PHP extension with a Complex class...Show More Summary

Code Coverage: Finding Paths - Derick Rethans

Code Coverage: Finding Paths London, UK Wednesday, January 7th 2015, 09:44 GMT Picking up from `where we left last time, in this second article we will look at some upcoming functionality in Xdebug. Sebastian has been pressuring me for years to add branch and path coverage to Xdebug, with issue #1034. Show More Summary

A wave of command buses - Matthias Noback

Recently many people in the PHP community have been discussing a thing called the "command bus". The Laravel framework nowadays contains an implementation of a command bus and people have been talking about it in several vodcasts. My interest was sparked too. Show More Summary

We Are All Artists - Stefan Koopmanschap

I’ve written on this topic before, but as Amanda Palmer touched the topic in her book, I felt it was a good idea to write about it again, this time on my blog. Especially since the angle is slightly different. In my contribution to Stuart Herbert’s book I talk about the need to be proud of your work with the angle of ensuring a certain quality. Show More Summary

The Europeans - Cal Evans

Twitter: Michelangelo van Dam @DragonBe Rafael Dohms @rdohms Thijs Feryn @ThijsFeryn Michelle Sanver @michellesanver Show Notes PHP Benelux Flysystem Composer Toran Proxy Silex Devops Days Devs Love Bacon Dev Human Composer Cookbook

Introducing eBay’s Trading API – Setting Up - SitePoint PHP

In this tutorial series, I’ll walk you through Ebay’s Trading API. The Trading API allows you to build applications that can be used for selling in Ebay. Here are some examples of things you can do with the API: retrieve store information update...Show More Summary

XHGui on VM, Storage on Host - Lorna Mitchell

I'm doing some performance tuning on a project at the moment and my favourite tool is still XHGui - but it's designed to run on the same machine as its victim and since this is a vagrant VM, the chances of me destroying the machine and...Show More Summary

PHP Tips, Resources and Best Practices for 2015 - SitePoint PHP

PHP has had many reputations over the years, but being insecure as a language never really was one of them. The core team, all its faults notwithstanding, is rather quick in pouncing on all security matters, and updating PHP to the latest version will often allay all worries. Show More Summary

The Pitfalls of Code Review (And How To Fix Them) - Brandon Savage

It’s a well-accepted concept that code review improves the quality of the code produced by your team. Many teams use code reviews, most famously at Mozilla, where every change bigger than a grammatical typo is reviewed by a peer. Code reviews are effective because they put a second set of eyes on a particular bit […]

UWYC: Use What You Can - Stefan Koopmanschap

In her book, Amanda Palmer talks about DIY, and how when you start asking for help, Do It Yourself is a strange term. Instead, she suggests UWYC, which stands for Use What You Can. I think software developers can learn a lot from this mindset. Show More Summary

phorkie: Threat to India's national security - Christian Weiske

The home page of phorkie, my git based pastebin software, is blocked in India because it threatens he national security and hosts terrorist content: Insane! Govt orders blocking of 32 websites including @internetarchive @vimeo @github...Show More Summary

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