If you’re a web developer and your development machine is a Mac you have likely discovered that “Web Sharing” was removed from OSX Mountain Lion. There are a few tutorials on the web that can walk you through getting a PHP stack set up on the Mac, but they all describe somewhat more work than necessary. Since Zend Server free edition offers… Read more »
Over at maltblue.com they have released another one of their great tutorials. Since you are a cutting edge Zend Framework developers though, you already knew that because you read them regularly, right? no? Well, click on in, I’ll share the link.
Have you ever gotten stuck trying to write your own Plugin or helper for Zend Framework? Here are a couple of articles that may help unstick you.
Malt Blue has a new tutorial available on how you can add RSS feed capabilities to your existing Zend Framework 1 application. Click on in, I’ve got a link to this simple yet informative tutorial.
Over at MaltBlue.com they’ve posted parts 1 and 2 of a series on using Zend Form and Zend Config together. Click on in, let me show you what you are missing.
This is the beginner’s, beginner intro for getting SOAP working with PHP. Quite a bit more basic than most, simply because it’s all new to me and I wanted to write it all down and, possibly, save you the same headache’s I’ve had the last couple days.
Got your beta invite to phpcloud.com but not sure where to start. Read on, we’ll take a look at the concepts involved and the staps to take to not only get up and running quickly but to be productive in this interesting tool.
Recently, the Zend Framework community has developed a new component for cloud services: Zend_Cloud_Infrastructure. This component was provided to manage cloud infrastructures, with a common interface for multiple vendors. In this article we will present the basic usage of this new component with some examples and use cases. Background “The cloud is for everyone. The cloud is a democracy.” Marc… Read more »
There’s no shortage of PHP template engines and they’re all very similar, often differing only in implementation details and support for specific features. They all serve the same purpose: that of functionally separating a Web application’s user interface from its business logic, and thereby enabling developers and interface designers to work on the same application without getting in each other’s hair.
Plurk is a popular micro-blogging site that allows users to quickly and concisely post status updates, news and event streams. It also comes with a JSON-based Web service API that allows developers to programmatically add, search and manipulate Plurk content. This article shows you how to quickly and efficiently connect your PHP application to Plurk using Plurk’s PHP library.