Posts marked with “documentation”

The Workshop: Producing Packages, Part Two

by · November 2, 2018

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Last month we started building PHP Easy Math, a small library which can be included in PHP projects to provide simple methods to do basic addition and subtraction. We’re using this as an example library to focus on what makes a library “good” we are less worried about the practical need for and usage of […]

 

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 […]

 

Exclusive: Preparing for the Zend Framework Certification Exam

by · April 13, 2010

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Have you been frustrated by the lack of materials to help you prepare for the Zend Framework exam? In this article, I share some tips that helped me get ready and pass the test.

 

Zend Framework improves manual

by · February 11, 2010

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Zend Framework released a maintenance release, 1.10.1. The big news with this release is not the 50 bugs squashed since the last release, it’s the effort to revamp the documentation.

 

Rasmus Lerdorf Issues Call for Documentation Push

by · June 19, 2009

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The PHP manual is widely recognized as an invaluable resource for beginners and professionals alike with a breadth and depth that are unmatched in the open-source world. What people don’t often realize, however, is that it is the work of volunteers—and, as such, it requires everyone’s help to thrive and grow.