Are you interested in playing with PHP7? If so, here is a quick way to get setup and running without risking any of your existing environment and without risking any of your existing environments and without having to install VMs, containers, etc. Setup a free account at koding.com. Koding.com is a cool system for quickly spinning up development environments. You… Read more »
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 Matt Stauffer @stauffermatt Chris Hartjes @dev_hell Ben Edmunds @benedmunds Kayla Daniels @kayladnls Beau Simensen @beausimensen Cal Evans @calevans Show Notes… Read more »
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 is 15 minutes long. Pop it on your magical listening device and check it out over lunch one day.
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 from our normal format. It is only one day and there are no interactive exercises. JumpStart classes are designed to… Read more »
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 sure we will survive this one as well. To help you see the forrest for the trees, I’ve put together a… Read more »
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.