We have a full slate of training for the fall, including some brand-new courses! In addition to our popular PHP Essentials, Zend Framework, and SugarCRM™ courses, we’re bringing back an updated Advanced PHP Development course. We’ve also added new courses, including Web Security, Developing on WordPress, and WordPress Administration. If that’s not enough, then sign […]
The August issue of the magazine focuses on helping you manage dependencies. In any project beyond a trivial size, your code base can include not just the code you write, but also legacy code and community-developed solutions. The introduction of Composer and Packagist.org have pushed the PHP ecosystem to mature in terms of managing code […]
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Front end development is usually the last consideration for web developers, but it’s just as important as the server-side functionality. In some ways, it’s more [immediately] important, because it’s the functionality the end user interfaces with. Unless you have a wunderkind designer that can also code, this is a task for you. This month’s issue covers […]
June is upon us, and we’ve released the next issue of php[architect] magazine. This issue’s theme is ‘PHP Inside’ and features articles on LUCID Development, MySQL Forks, Continuous Testing, and an article discussing the infrastructure behind the API of a mobile app. All of this as well as our regular monthly columns. This is also […]
We’ve recently relaunched our Web Summit Series. This is a series of webinars (online mini-conferences) that will occur on a regular basis throughout the year. Each summit will be focused on a single topic (broad or narrow), and we plan on usually having 4 experts in the field speak to you about the topic for […]
Rebranding is a fine balancing act. Not destroying the image that has been attached to a product’s success, you must retain enough of the original message, while updating the look to a more modern version. Arbi Arzoumani did a wonderful job with php|architect’s image (logos, colors and fonts as well as magazine, conference and website […]
Another month and another issue of php|architect magazine! This month’s issue is focused on micro-frameworks. We have articles on how to write your own, as well as an introduction to Flight. Also last month we experimented with returning to a vertical format and asked your opinions on it! Well we are happy to say that […]
The April issue is out and it’s all about Security! We cover the gamut of topics including two-factor authentication, password hashing and securing file uploads. All our regular columns also appear, making this a jam-packed magazine full of PHP goodness. This also marks an experiment for us, returning to portrait (vertical) format based upon feedback […]
We’ve focused the March issue on APIs. Including articles from Chris Tankersley, Keith Casey, and Jason McCreary about building good APIs and documenting them. We also have our regular Education Station, Bug Zapper, and (Re)Introducing Magento columns, and much more! Also of note, this is our first magazine produced completely in Markdown instead of our […]
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