Hey everybody, One of the nagging problems of APIs everywhere is that of Versioning – the ability of an API to adapt its behavior based on the version requested by the client. The Zend Server Web API confronts the problem of Versioning and strikes a compromise between maintainability and usability. In this post we will go over Zend Server’s particular… Read more »
Hey Everybody, Today we’ll discuss WebAPI asynchronous actions – requests that respond immediately but have not actually completed yet. In the previous Spotlight, we took a look at the basic steps of connecting to and using the Zend Server WebAPI. Many of the available WebAPI actions, will return immediate and final responses. These responses may not be immutable, as the… Read more »
Hey everybody, My name is Yonni Mendes. I’m the Technological Lead for the Zend Server UI and WebAPI. I’ve been with Zend Server 6 since it was a spark in a product manager’s eye. I’m happy to have seen Zend Server 6 go through planning, design, development and deployment. This is the first in a series of posts about the… Read more »
In the opening keynote at ZendCon ’12, Andi Gutmans introduce the new version of Zend’s all-important tool chain and paved the way for PHP developers to move their apps into the cloud and onto mobile devices. Click on in, I don’t have ElePHPants but I do have linky goodness.
Kevin Schroeder, Zend’s resident musician and Product Evangelist, recently recorded a screencast on how to use Zend Server’s event monitoring. While he did not score the video with music from his upcoming album, it’s still an interesting watch. If you’ve not played with event monitoring in Zend Server, invest 2:49 to check it out. You may find something you like.
If you are curious about phpcloud, Zend Server, Zend Studio and how they all work together to make life easier for PHP developers, I’ve got a treat for you. Zend’s own Ed Kietlinski spoke recently at NYPHP and they recorded the presentation. set your cellphones on vibrate and click on in.
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.
Join Edward Kietlinski for an evening of talking about Zend Server and Zend Cloud as he presents to the NYPHP group. Click on it, I’ve got details.
Our own Kevin Schroeder (No, not that Schroeder, the other one) wrote an interesting blog post recently about using the XMPP protocol with Zend Server and phpcloud.com. Click on in and I’ll share what I know.
Here at Zend we get a lot of good press for our products. We don’t want to turn DevZone into just a feed for those that write cool things about us, but some of these are helpful if you are considering using our products. So instead of flooding your feed with individual articles about how great the products are, occasionally we’ll post a roundup. That way they won’t get in your way, but there are here when you need them.