We’ve released the February 2016 issue of php[architect] magazine. This issue looks at tools to help you powerup your workflows to improve your productivity. This month we have articles on using Docker for PHP development environements, evaluating different Git workflows, how to build a Continous Integration and Testing environment, and using Symfony’s Event Dispatcher. Our […]
The first issue for 2016 of php[architect] magazine is ready for download. To start off the new year, we look at solutions to help you easily add an API to an existing appliction. This month includes articles on using Zend’s Apigility, the API Platform, adding a PHP web server to a Raspberry Pi, and Symfony’s […]
Samantha Quiñones, aka @ieatkillerbees wrote a wonderful contribution to 24 Days in December. In The Family You Choose, she shares that: I spent the first half of my career isolated in the long loneliness. It almost broke me, but I learned in time to not be afraid of letting other people into my life. I learned […]
Over the weekend, Loggly launched the PHP Logging Basics section for their Ultimate Guide for Logging. I was thrilled to contribute to it, as well as to help shape and review the overall structure of the guide. The goal of the guide is to: “help software developers and system administrators become experts at using logs […]
If you missed the news, PHP 7 has been officially released and is by now finding its ways into the eager hands of PHP developers everywhere. By every definition this is a major release. It brings features like Scalar Type Hints, Return Types, Uniform Variable Syntax. There are also significant performance improvements from tweaks and […]
The December issue of php[architect] magazine is now available. This month’s issue packs a variety of tools for all your project needs. In this issue, you’ll learn how to Profile your applications to identify bottlenecks, see how the FigDice engine offers a novel approach to templates, why you should be using the MySQL native driver, […]
We’re live streaming the keynotes from php[world]. Head over to our YouTube channel to see the times and watch them.
We’ve just published the November issue of php[architect] magazine. With the release of PHP7 scheduled for this month, we take a look into what new features the language has to offer. In this issue, you’ll learn about PHP 7 changes including errors that now are Exceptions and Scalar Type Hinting, writing clear PHP. We also […]
This morning, during my usual scan of Feedly/Twitter/Reddit I read Secure the data of visitors on your Drupal website better. The post shows you how to use the Field encryption module. The Field encryption module ensures that the values stored in the Drupal database are encrypted. When the database ends up in the wrong hands, […]
Our newest book is now available: Zend Framework 1 to 2 Migation Guide by Bart McLeod. Zend Framework 1 has been around ages which means there are many legacy sites using it out there. If you’re tasked with maintaining one, or have inherited one, this guide will give you practical advice on how to update […]
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