Author Archive: Cal Evans
Recently several PHP podcasters got together and recorded a “MetaCast”. The discussion centered around the Hows and Whys of podcasting. Here is the recording of the MetaCast, posted here with permission of “Voices of the ElePHPant”. Sammy K Powers @SammyK…
The longest running PHP podcast, Voices of the ElePHPant, released an interview with Matthew Weier O’Phinney, the architect of Zend Framework. In the interview we – I am the interviewer – discuss the now passed PSR7 standard. The entire interview…
My friend – and PHP Community Old Guard – Ben (@ramsey) Ramsey did something awesome for PHP’s 20th, he tweeted out the PHP timeline. I’ve gathered them all here to celebrate both PHP and the work he put into this project.
Here at Zend we strive to find new ways to keep PHP developers sharp and on the leading edge of development bast practices. To that end, we have created our first “JumpStart” class, PHP7 JumpStart. A JumpStart class is different…
Want to learn more about PHP7? Check out our PHP7 JumpStart class PHP7 is on it’s way! This is the largest shift in the PHP landscape since the upgrade to PHP 5.3. Most of us survived that and I’m…
Even though Zend Framework 2 been out for a bit now, PHP Master has released a quick article showcasing some of the new parts. Click on in and I’ll share the link as well as some leftovers from all the holiday meals.
Over on his blog, Aaron Saray has written an interesting tutorial titled “Using custom view scripts for Zend_Form in ZF1″. Click on in for deep analysis and insight into the article…or just because you want the link.
Over on his blog hounddog, Martin Shwalbe has written an excellent post on the topic of “Getting Started with REST and Zend Framework 2″. If you are new to Zend Framework 2, or new to REST, you will want to check this article out. Click on in, I’ll share the 411.
Recently PHP programmer Perttu Myry was invited to lecture at JAMK on the topic of PHP. Click on in, I’ve got his slides for your viewing pleasure. If you like them, make sure you visit his blog and tell him so.
Rob “akrabat” Allen is at it again, this time schooling Zend Framework developers on how to configure the Zend\ServiceManager. Click on in, I’ll share my thoughts, prise for Rob, and a link or two.