zend-soap provides a full-featured SOAP implementation. SOAP is an XML-based web protocol designed to allow describing messages, and, optionally, operations to perform. It’s similar to XML-RPC, but with a few key differences: Arbitrary data structures may be described; you are not limited to the basic scalar, list, and struct types of XML-RPC. Messages are often serializations of specific object types… Read more »
zend-xmlrpc provides a full-featured XML-RPC client and server implementation. XML-RPC is a Remote Procedure Call protocol using HTTP as the transport and XML for encoding the requests and responses. Author’s note When I started at Zend in 2005, I was in their nascent eBiz division, tasked with maintaining and improving the web properties. Zend Framework was an internal/invite-only project, but… Read more »
zend-json-server provides a JSON-RPC implementation. JSON-RPC is similar to XML-RPC or SOAP in that it implements a Remote Procedure Call server at a single URI using a predictable calling semantic. Like each of these other protocols, it provides the ability to introspect the server in order to determine what calls are available, what arguments each call expects, and the expected… Read more »
I know that everyone has already upgraded all their servers to PHP 7.1. However, on the off chance that you decided to spend the weekend away from a computer and are now wondering how you can catch up, here is a handy quick start guide for you.
Things that end in “Z” instead of “S” are cool, right? Let’s hope so because Eric Mann has released a new project that looks pretty cool. Click on in and I’ll explain.
Those that know me know that my writings online have migrated from tutorials on PHP to “Old Man Rants” about PHP, Open Source, and Tech in general. (I say migrated, other say degraded…whatever) Recently I went on a rant about Open Source for SitePoint.
Jordi Boggiano, Composer maintainer and all around nice guy, has posted his annual – well 2016 is more than annual – PHP Version stats post. There are some interesting tidbits and pretty charts for you to look at. Click on in and I’ll give you the url. Yea, it’s gonna cost you a click. :)