We’ve just released Apigility 1.3.1, which you can download from the Apigility website: https://apigility.org/download If you are already using Apigility, you can update your project using Composer:
This release fixes a few minor issues discovered following the 1.3.0 release, as well as fixes a security vulnerability. Security Fix A security vulnerability was reported against zf-oauth2, with a potential user… Read more »
Today, we released two new versions of Apigility: Apigility 1.2.0 Apigility 1.3.0 Apigility 1.2.0 brings in a number of new features, including Docker support, API Blueprint support, better error handling, and new features for REST and RPC services. Apigility 1.3.0 is exactly the same as 1.2.0, but with one key difference: it updates the minimum supported PHP version from 5.3.23… Read more »
We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of Apigility 1.1.1! This is our first maintenance release on the 1.1 series, and incorporates feedback received immediately following the 1.1.0 release. Among the important updates: Doctrine-Connected services now support the Doctrine Mongo Object Document Manager! Fixes to how packaging is triggered to ensure it works out-of-the-box. “Growl“-style notifications to let you know… Read more »
We’re pleased to announce the immediate release of Apigility 1.1.0! Pick up your copy here: https://apigility.org/download There are a ton of new features, but the most visible are: A brand new UI! We’ve rewritten the UI from scratch to get better performance, provide better responsiveness, and bring the most-required information to your fingertips. Doctrine-Connected REST service creation (if the zfcampus/zf-apigility-doctrine… Read more »
The always insightful and devilishly handsome Andi Gutmans recently wrote a very interesting gust blog post for VentureBeat.com. PHP developers should read it but team managers and directors must read it. Click on in, I’ll give you the tl;dr and the link to read it once you realize what you missed.
Over on his blog, Joey Rivera recently posted a tutorial on how to interact with Facebook’s Graph API and PHP SDK. Click on in and let’s take a look at this.
Digg offers a Web service API that makes possible to develop customized applications on top of the base service. This API, currently in its second incarnation, allows access to a number of important Digg functions, including searching and commenting on Digg stories. This article takes a fast look at how to integrate Digg’s Web service with a PHP application using the PEAR Services_Digg2 class.
With most of the Flickr services available they are wrappers for the Flickr API. Therefore I thought I should make a more logical implementation, more O/R like. It’s available now under the new BSD license and works like a charm 😉
On her blog, Lorna Jane Mitchell has written an article discussing how best various APIs & Web Services might want to best return error codes to programmers, and discusses the frustrations that programmers can have dealing with Web Services that do not respond with descriptive, and complete, error codes.
On his blog Ian Selby wrote a tutorial that takes you from ground up in building a REST API using PHP. It explains what REST is, why you would consider it over SOAP, and then step by step takes you through constructing the code to make it all happen.