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Title A Year With Symfony Reviewer Joseluis Laso Category PHP books Publisher Leanpub Author Matthias Noback Summary This is definetly a must have book for all those developers that are currently using Symfony framework, as well others...Show More Summary
Today we released version 3.0 of sabre/dav WebDAV/CalDAV/CardDAV server. The most exciting part for me is that we've replaced all the XML-handling code with sabre/xml, a project that I've been working on and has been on my mind since...Show More Summary
Adherence to Semantic Versioning is just The Right Thing To Do, but it turns out you have to be extra-careful when modifying public interfaces to maintain backwards compatibility. This is obvious on reflection, but I never thought about it beforehand. Show More Summary
@jeremeamia Show Notes Seattle PHP Pacific Northwest PHP The post Interview with Jeremy Lindblom appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Bolt is a lightweight CMS built on Silex with Symfony components that’s fast, easy, and fun to develop with. My recent affinity for Bolt has turned it into my CMS of choice as I make a conscious effort to choose wisely and step away from bloated frameworks. Show More Summary
I’ve been working on a system for a while now, inspired by the work that was done on the Sentry project, to provide a role-based access control system that was not only more well-maintained but also built on the foundation they provided to add in some new features. Show More Summary
Class Abstraction in PHP By Dave Smith When you are ready to share your code for other class developers to use, you will need to control how that code is used and provide some way to enable updates. Read this tutorial to learn how to use class abstraction with closely related objects to provide greater control over your PHP code, so it facilitates future updates.
I tested many applications on PHP7 and only one of them had an issue: Magento 1.9. The issue was very easy to fix. I couldn’t find a way to submit a patch because only Magento 2 was on GitHub, so here’s the patch if you decide to upgrade. File: app/code/core/Mage/Core/Model/Layout.php Inside...Show More Summary
In the introductory post to SQLite 3, we covered some basic commands, database and table creation, and more. In this one, we’ll go into more depth - exploring both familiar features from other databases and features that make SQLiteShow More Summary
Earlier today in the #coderabbi Freenode IRC channel, we were discussing recruiter messages. I thought I’d share one of my favorite gems from over the years. Would you like to join one of the fastest growing start-ups in Rhode Island?...Show More Summary
Title PHP Beyond the web Reviewer Luis Martinez Ulloa Category PHP books Publisher Leanpub Author Rob Aley Summary This book is a real guide to developers who want to take advantage of the general purpose capabilities of PHP to makeShow More Summary
In this article, we’re going to explain how easy it is to paginate your data set using PHP and AJAX via jQuery. We’re also going to use the Silex framework for simplicity. The data source First off, we need some data to paginate! id name age 1 Jamie 43 2 Joe 24 3 Fred 23 4 Clive 92 5 Roy 73 6 Geoff 24 7 Ray 12 8 John 9 9 Pete 32 10 Ralph 34 For...Show More Summary
At Qafoo, we train a lot of people on topics like object oriented software design, automated testing and more. It happens quite often that an attendee asks questions like "Which is the best solution for problem class $x?", "What is the optimal tool for task $y" or "There is a new technology $z, is that the future of web development?". Show More Summary
Source: theleticiabertin on Flickr.com Wow, I never expected this much involvement when I created an overview of upcoming conferences this fall. I cannot deny I love Markdown to write simple things and I love simplicity. I use IA Writer...Show More Summary
PHP 7 the Big 5 + 1 Presented By Cal Evans DATE 20:00 CDT The post PHP 7 the Big 5 + 1 appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Driving Quality with PhpSpec Presented By Ciaran McNulty August 20, 2015 20:00 CEST The post Driving Quality with PhpSpec appeared first on Nomad PHP.
For some years I've been creating a bundle of links covering articles I recommend for various topics in the Zend Certified Engineer Exam (if you can here looking for the bundle itself, it's at http://www.lornajane.net/zce-links-collection). Show More Summary
Last week’s announcement of Radar, an implementation of Action-Domain-Responder using PSR-7, was a resounding success. The feedback has been mostly positive, with some confusion and misunderstanding, and with one particular questionShow More Summary