Posts marked with “composer”

Navigating State – July 2018

by · July 2, 2018

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In this issue: State machines, workflows, parsing text, MySQL without SQL, Continuous Integration, self-hosted git, CakePHP, Password Authentication, Issue Tracking, Algorithms, and more.

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Command and Control – June 2018

by · June 7, 2018

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Using events and command buses, self-hosted git, design workflows, parsing text, a look at CakePHP, Composer security, and more

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Setting Up to Succeed – January 2018 issue

by · January 4, 2018

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Worker Queues, Async with Generators, and PHP Sessions in Depth, Hiring PHP Devs, Laravel Collections, Security & Logging, and more.

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Talking Code – December 2017

by · December 4, 2017

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December 2017: Alexa skills, Chat bots, Machine Learning, Event Sourcing changes, PHP_CodeSniffer, PHP 7.2 w/libsodium and more.

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Modern Magento – November 2017

by · November 6, 2017

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FREE issue! November 2017: Magento, Laravel Queues, Payment Gateways, PCI-DSS Compliance, PHP Frameworks and more.

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Managing Private Dependencies

by · October 16, 2017

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Using Composer and a private package server is the most efficient way to manage private dependencies with PHP. I recommend using the software as a service, Private Packagist, or Satis, the open source, self-hosted package server. In this article, I’ll show you how to easily set this up for your own projects.

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Composing Software – October 2017

by · October 2, 2017

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Read the October 2017 issue. In this issue, we cover Composer, Private Packagist, Machine Learning, Doctrine, PHP 7.2, and more.

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Generating an Autoloader for a Legacy PHP Codebase

by · September 6, 2017

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If you’ve inherited a legacy code base, you may find it does not use an autoloader and has an idiosyncratic directory and file hierarchy for its Classes, Interfaces or Traits. Worse yet, it might not use name spaces consistently or at all. So you can’t use a PSR-4—or even PSR-0—autoloader with your code. Well, why […]

 

Artisanal: Project Creation

by · May 17, 2017

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Every developer has a set way of starting a new project. Most frameworks have a linear path to getting started, and Laravel is no exception. With a few commands, you can quickly get started configuring routes, writing controllers, and saving data in a database.

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April 2016 – Off the Island: Drupal

by · April 1, 2016

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The April 2016 issue of php[architect] magazine is out! This issue we take a look at how Drupal is using tools and techniques from the PHP community. This issue also includes articles on how to easily generate documentation, advice on learning new frameworks, what it means to be a leader in the PHP community, and […]

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