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PHP Using Too Much Memory - Lately in PHP podcast episode 73 By Manuel Lemos PHP memory usage can be limited in its configuration, but there are some cases that may cause PHP to request a very large amount of memory, in some cases due...Show More Summary
Testing code that interacts with a database can be a massive pain. Some developers mock database abstractions, and thus do not test the actual query. Others create a test database for the development environment, but this can also be...Show More Summary
Speaker: Matt Trask @matthewtrask The post Writing Your First Test with PHPUnit appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Notable PHP package: PHP Small Server Administrator By Manuel Lemos Most hosting companies provide plans that let developers controls several aspects of configuration of a server via a Web browser by accessing a control panel installed...Show More Summary
At work I had a web site that showed records on a listing page, and offered more information for each records on a detail page. The task was now to change the page title on the detail page to the record's own title. The naive solution...Show More Summary
I just released version 0.4.0 of phancap, he self-hosted website screenshot API. It adds support for internationalized domain names and adds meta data to the generated images. Some days ago I wondered how to embed an image's original...Show More Summary
@stauffermatt Show Notes Recorded live at Sunshine PHP 2016 Laravel Podcast Five Minute Geek Show GainesvillePHP The post Interview with Matt Stauffer appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
A Raspberry Pi is a brilliant tiny computer that you can power off of a micro USB cable. The most recent model has WiFi, an ethernet port, 4 USB ports and an HDMI port. There's also a micro SD card slot, which is where the "hard drive" goes. It's capable of running Raspbian Linux, which is a Debian based Linux distribution. Show More Summary
@lig Show Notes Recorded live at Sunshine PHP 2016 MySQL JaxPHP The post Interview with Ligaya Turmelle appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
It's IoT Week at SitePoint! All week we're publishing articles focused on the intersection of the internet and the physical world, so keep checking the IoT tag for the latest updates. In the first part of this series, we learned a bit of Minecraft and the circuitry we can make inside it. Show More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.1.0 Alpha 3. This release is the last alpha for 7.1.0. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs and incompatibilities in the bug tracking system. Show More Summary
PHP Articles Report June 2016 Edition By Manuel Lemos This is the June edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles published recently. They commented onShow More Summary
It's IoT Week at SitePoint! All week we're publishing articles focused on the intersection of the internet and the physical world, so keep checking the IoT tag for the latest updates. Some of the most interesting programming I've done has been in Minecraft. Show More Summary
Speaker: Cal Evans @calevans The post RFCs of the Future: Void Return Type appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Since, I last wrote about using the Doctrine project's Migrations tool independently of Doctrine's ORM, it's now stable and much easier to get going with. Installation and configuration As with all good PHP tools, we simply use Composer: $...Show More Summary
Notable PHP package: PHP AJAX Table By Manuel Lemos AJAX is frequently used to update parts of Web pages without reloading the whole page. However, often the updates require sending the whole html for the parts of the page to be replaced. This class follows a more efficient approach for updating listings of tables. Show More Summary
@jessicadunbar Show Notes Recorded live at Sunshine PHP 2016 Milwaukee PHP User Group The post Interview with Jessica Dunbar appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Outside-In Testing benefits a lot from the facade and adapter patterns, which will separate your code from third-party libraries and simplify the APIs of your system.
The indieweb.org wiki has a page about Wordpress with a Criticism section. One of those "issues" listed is Fatal Error memory exhausted, which reads so: WordPress seems to run out of memory on servers sometimes, and give a message like: e.g. Show More Summary
It's IoT Week at SitePoint! All week we're publishing articles focused on the intersection of the internet and the physical world, so keep checking the IoT tag for the latest updates. A whole week of mostly IoT resources on every channel and, yes, that includes PHP. Show More Summary