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Community News: Latest PECL Releases for 10.02.2012

Community News: Latest PECL Releases for 10.02.2012
Latest PECL Releases: oauth 1.2.3 sundown 0.3.8 mysqlnd_memcache 1.0.0 xcommerce 1.0.4 CUBRID 8.4.1.0006 yaf 2.2.3 pthreads 0.0.33

Upcoming Presentations - Fall 2012

Upcoming Presentations - Fall 2012
Well, I know it's been a while since my last post here. I've been keeping busy (but also working on some cool stuff for you all, when the time is right). I figured that it was worth while pointing out a few upcoming talks that I'm going to be giving and conferences that I'll be attending.PHP North WestI'll be a regular attendee at the PHP North West 2012 conference in Manchester, UK on October 5th through the 7th. While I'm doing any scheduled talks, I've got a few lightning talks prepared for the...

Taking PHP Security Seriously By Taking It Seriously

Taking PHP Security Seriously By Taking It Seriously
The Singing Annoying Thing (Photo credit: DWZ) Since the dawn of time, circa 1995 AD, PHP and Security have been at constant loggerheads over what priorities programmers should cling to. Programmers, by their very nature, are drawn to getting shit done inexpensively. Building tools, libraries and applications is a time consuming and expensive process and managing that process in the most efficient manner possible has been a focus of untold years of study and experimentation. Interestingly, whereas open...

Fortrabbit.com: Multi Stage Deployment for Website Development

Fortrabbit.com: Multi Stage Deployment for Website Development
On the Fortrabbit.com blog, there's a new post looking at a system for multi-stage deployment at a high level, applicable to most of the tools out there.This article targets new developers and developers which never had the chance working with multi versioned websites before. If this fit's you: Read it. Staging is a good tool in your belt you won't regret to know. [...] You, your co-developers, authors and whatnot using [staging] to prepare and test stuff which is to be released into production. In...

Constantin Bosneaga: Using layout pattern with CodeIgniter

Constantin Bosneaga: Using layout pattern with CodeIgniter
Constantin Bosneaga has a recent post to his site that the CodeIgniter users out there could find helpful. It's an example of using the Layout pattern in a CI app to make a more flexible layout thanks to a library (source included in the post).CodeIgniter is great framework by its simplicity. But when I moved from CakePHP, I really missed layout pattern. CodeIgniter documentations offers this way to include non-changing site header and footer. For sure it isn't flexible and does not show page structure...

NetTuts.com: Organizing Enterprise-Level Applications

NetTuts.com: Organizing Enterprise-Level Applications
On NetTuts.com Jonathan Cutrell has posted some ideas for you to consider when designing your enterprise-level applications, regardless of the language(s) they're written in.Organization can make or break the maintainability of an application. With smaller applications, organization is more obviously apparent; however, as the application grows and as the number of application developers and front-end engineers producing code increases, the more confusing organization can become. In this post, we will go...

PHPMaster.com: Generate QR Codes in PHP

PHPMaster.com: Generate QR Codes in PHP
On PHPMaster.com today there's a new post from Abdullah Abouzekry showing you how to create QR codes (like these) with the help of a PHP library, PHP QR Code.Used widely in various recent applications, QR Codes can be seen on cola cans, business cards, in sushi bars, and in museums. QR Code is a 2-dimensional barcode specification that was invented in Japan. [...] In this article I'll show you how you can easily generate QR Codes from within your PHP application and share some ideas on how and when to...

Reese Wilson: Using the ServiceManager as an Inversion of Control Container (Part 1)

Reese Wilson: Using the ServiceManager as an Inversion of Control Container (Part 1)
The this recent post to his blog Reese Wilson looks at using one of the modules of the Zend Framework v2, the ServiceManager, as an inversion of control container in your app.In Zend Framework 1, it was difficult to follow best practices when it came to writing testable code. Sure, you could make testable models, but once you need those models in a controller, what do you do? Zend Framework 2 makes it much easier. In this post, I'll cover the basics of injecting a model into a controller. The main goal...

Derick's MongoDB Tour Wrap-up

Derick's MongoDB Tour Wrap-up
Derick's MongoDB Tour Wrap-up London, UK Monday, October 1st 2012, 14:00 BST Over the past two weeks I have been on a whirlwind tour to talk about Profiling PHP Applications (at PFCongres), but mostly about MongoDB at various (PHP) user groups in the South West of the US. 10gen (the makers of MongoDB and my employers) covered my time and flight, and provided me with some beer money. The tour concept started a few months ago when Ligaya Turmelle suggested that I should come and talk at the...

Community News: Latest PEAR Releases for 10.01.2012

Community News: Latest PEAR Releases for 10.01.2012
Latest PEAR Releases: PHP_CodeSniffer 1.4.0 Payment_PayPal_SOAP 0.5.1

Dynamic sidebars and widget logic

Dynamic sidebars and widget logic
In the first part of this series I explained how to build a WordPress theme from scratch. Today I will show you how I use widgets and dynamic sidebars in a more efficient and flexible way. About widgets and dynamic sidebars Widgets are small modules or snippets you can place into the sidebar or any [...]