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It is difficult to have an awareness of the PHP ecosystemwithout knowing that one of our favorite things to create is webapplication frameworks. You have probably heard names like symfony,Cake, and Zend Framework come up fairly often. One that may notsound quite as familiar is Solar. This article is the result ofdipping a developer’s toes into its waters.—by Matthew Turland
Voice is one of the main methods of communication, but it hasbeen tough to integrate with web applications, that is, it wasdifficult until VoicePHP came along.—by Yusuf Motiwala
This article introduces the Xataface application framework, aPHP framework for building user-friendly front-ends for your MySQLdatabases.—by Steve Hannah
See how to create a blogging application in about 60 lines ofPHP code using the sierra-php framework.—by Jason Read
Explore Madeam, a small MVC framework designed for simplicityand the new RESTful web. Is it just another framework or areplacement for the one you use now?—by Joshua Davey
Zend Framework blends a use-at-will component library with afull-stack framework to provide developers with a wide range oftools for developing both new projects and extending existing codebases. Additionally, it provides a set of best practices and codingstandards developers may follow to ensure top quality in theirsolutions.—by Matthew Weier O'Phinney
The simplicity, intuitive design, and low barrier to entry ofCodeIgniter are reminiscent of PHP itself, but it also shows marksof thoughtful development.—by Matthew Turland
No matter how long you spend coding an application, in theend you have to install it on a production server somewhere.Application deployment is a process that can range from simpleftp-ing of files to fully automated updates. This month we’retaking a look at how deployments are done in professionalenvironments.—by Ivo Jansch
With everything we know about XSS, why do sites keep fallingvictim to attack? Haven’t we learned our lesson?—by Arne Blankerts
In the previous two parts of this column, we explored PHP’stake on circular-referenced variables and a mechanism that allowsPHP to clean up this particular problem with reference countedvariable tracking. Of course, the implementation of the garbagecollection mechanism in PHP 5.3 has some performance impacts. Inthis third and last part of the column, we will explore thoseperformance implications.—by Derick Rethans
In the PHP community, everyone can get involved and play animportant role.—by Marco Tabini
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