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Fix the AJAX Requests that Make PHP Take Too Long to Respond By Eslam Mahmoud Nowadays we develop applications that depend a lot on AJAX requests, in some cases close to 100% of the pages. Sometimes we notice that when a Web page sends...Show More Summary
MailChimp is a great email marketing service provider with an easy to use control panel and features like: campaign management (RSS-driven, A/B Split, Plain-text and regular), statistics, auto-responder and a complete set of list management tools. They offer different ways to place a subscriber form on your website or blog. If you to like add the MailChimp […]
One of the result of the May hackday was that we finally released Jackalope 1.2 including new releases of the Jackrabbit and Doctrine DBAL transports. All users should see performance and reliability improvements. This is especiallyShow More Summary
In this article we are going to look at automated testing in Drupal 8. More specifically, we are going to write a few integration tests for some of the business logic we wrote in the previous Sitepoint articles on Drupal 8 module development. Show More Summary
My recent post on the reasons estimates suck generated some interesting questions about the management of client work, specifically related to client expectations and the “need” to offer an estimate of completion or cost to the client. Show More Summary
PHP 7 is well on its way. RFCs are being implemented and polished, projects are being tested, libraries upgraded. Extensions are being modified, and the word is spreading. All that remains is getting the shared hosts on the upgrade bandwagon - the arguably most difficult part of improving the global state of PHP. Show More Summary
Yesterday was a really hard day at work. Lots of meetings, tough topics, lots of stress, lots of frustration. So when I went home, I didn’t take my usual route, but decided to exit the highway a bit earlier than usual and drive through...Show More Summary
@dragonmantank Show Notes N.W. Ohio PUG The post Interview with Chris Tankersley appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Listening to Phil Sturgeon (courtesy of Ben Marks) at LoneStarPHP 2015 I returned earlier this week from LoneStarPHP 2015, a community PHP conference held in Addison, a suburb of Dallas, Texas. This conference was a three-day event,...Show More Summary
Documenting your methods, classes, and functions is becoming second nature for everyone, so it makes sense to have a way to generate a separate documentation instead of navigating through the source code. In this article, I’m going to...Show More Summary
Scaling PHP Applications With Redis Presented By Josh Butts July 23, 2015 20:00 CDT The post Scaling PHP Applications With Redis appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Somewhere, right now, a project manager is compiling estimates on a software project and coming up with a completion date based on “velocity” and “scope”. When they’re done, they’ll take their completed work and show it to their boss, who will look it over, and set a “hard date” for delivering the project. Show More Summary
We’ve gone through a decent number of tutorials about code quality, inspections, auto-build systems and so on here at SitePoint: PHP Quality Assurance with Jenkins [4-part series] PHP and Continuous Integration with Travis CI Visualize...Show More Summary
Speaker: Jacques Woodcock @jacqueswoodcock Working with files in PHP can be a fun and a frustrating task; one you never know when you’ll be asked to do. In this talk, we’ll go over how to work with files and some of the most common built in functions to help accomplish your tasks. The post PHP Files: An Introduction appeared first on Nomad PHP.
PHPMailer is the most popular open source PHP library to send emails with. It was first released way back in 2001 and since then it has become a PHP developer’s favorite way of sending emails programatically, beside a few other fan favorites...Show More Summary
Fear Not the Machine of State! Presented By Yitzchok Willroth July 23, 2015 20:00 CEST The post Fear Not the Machine of State! appeared first on Nomad PHP.
I don't like ORMs. I really don't. It's not just because all of the ORM frameworks I've seen make mockery out of performance needs, but they also tend to be extremely over-engineered, which makes me want to cry. I'd wager that most people...Show More Summary
A few weeks back I wrote a piece about updating PHARs in-situ, what we’ve taken to calling “self-updating”. In that article, I touched on making Transport Layer Security (TLS, formerly SSL) enforcement one of the central objectives of a self-updating process. Show More Summary
PHP IPC with Daemon Service using Message Queues, Shared Memory and Semaphores By Dmitry Mamontov In a previous article, we learned how to create a simple daemon service in PHP to monitor and process an important activity on a machine...Show More Summary