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Archive for Grudzień, 2012

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 12.29.2012

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 12.29.2012Recent releases from the Packagist:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18966

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Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 12.29.2012

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 12.29.2012Recent releases from the Packagist:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18966

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Jonathan Hill: Video: Multi-tasking in PHP (from Atlanta PHP)

Jonathan Hill: Video: Multi-tasking in PHP (from Atlanta PHP)

Jonathan Hill has posted the video of his recent presentation at the Atlanta PHP User Group, “Multi-tasking in PHP”.

When it comes to multi-tasking and interacting with the operating system, PHP is no lightweight. In this December 6, 2012 presentation Jonathon Hill (@compwright) explores PHP’s little-known POSIX, Process Control, and Semaphore extensions and shows you how to introduce a parallel dimension to your applications.

His presentation covers the use of multi-tasking to accomplish some common tasks in PHP (like batch processing or creating daemons). He talks about multi-processing vs multi-threading, forking, race conditions and semaphores.

You can watch the video of the presentation over on Vimeo and check out the software and links to other resources mentioned in the talk in this link bundle.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18965

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Jonathan Hill: Video: Multi-tasking in PHP (from Atlanta PHP)

Jonathan Hill: Video: Multi-tasking in PHP (from Atlanta PHP)

Jonathan Hill has posted the video of his recent presentation at the Atlanta PHP User Group, “Multi-tasking in PHP”.

When it comes to multi-tasking and interacting with the operating system, PHP is no lightweight. In this December 6, 2012 presentation Jonathon Hill (@compwright) explores PHP’s little-known POSIX, Process Control, and Semaphore extensions and shows you how to introduce a parallel dimension to your applications.

His presentation covers the use of multi-tasking to accomplish some common tasks in PHP (like batch processing or creating daemons). He talks about multi-processing vs multi-threading, forking, race conditions and semaphores.

You can watch the video of the presentation over on Vimeo and check out the software and links to other resources mentioned in the talk in this link bundle.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18965

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Phil Sturgeon: Arguing on the Internet

Phil Sturgeon: Arguing on the Internet

In his latest post Phil Sturgeon shares some thoughts in response to this article from Shawn McCool about the “death of CodeIgniter”, citing a few specific points.

I have referenced Shawn McCool’s blog a few times, “Why CodeIgniter is Dead” and people are wondering why I argued so hard against it back in May but then gave CodeIgniter such a hard time in my last article. For the record I’m not team CodeIgniter or team Laravel, I’m a PHP user who has some opinions, and some of those opinions change over time – which is fair enough.

He goes through several of Shawn’s points including:

  • Comments about best practices in CI (or lack of)
  • Modularity/design pattern use
  • The implementation of modules/sparks
  • The community contributions to the Reactor project
  • Dropping PHP4 support

Phil also notes that, just because something isn’t making significant progress, it doesn’t mean it’s dead in the water:

Dead insinuates being closed right down. Repo removed, or just nothing is ever tagged again. Where CodeIgniter sits is closer to Smarty. Smarty is still active and has it’s last stable release 2 months ago. It just hasn’t changed much in years and probably never will.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18964

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Phil Sturgeon: Arguing on the Internet

Phil Sturgeon: Arguing on the Internet

In his latest post Phil Sturgeon shares some thoughts in response to this article from Shawn McCool about the “death of CodeIgniter”, citing a few specific points.

I have referenced Shawn McCool’s blog a few times, “Why CodeIgniter is Dead” and people are wondering why I argued so hard against it back in May but then gave CodeIgniter such a hard time in my last article. For the record I’m not team CodeIgniter or team Laravel, I’m a PHP user who has some opinions, and some of those opinions change over time – which is fair enough.

He goes through several of Shawn’s points including:

  • Comments about best practices in CI (or lack of)
  • Modularity/design pattern use
  • The implementation of modules/sparks
  • The community contributions to the Reactor project
  • Dropping PHP4 support

Phil also notes that, just because something isn’t making significant progress, it doesn’t mean it’s dead in the water:

Dead insinuates being closed right down. Repo removed, or just nothing is ever tagged again. Where CodeIgniter sits is closer to Smarty. Smarty is still active and has it’s last stable release 2 months ago. It just hasn’t changed much in years and probably never will.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18964

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EngineYard.com: Cloud Out Loud – Future of PHP (ZF2 & CakePHP)

EngineYard.com: Cloud Out Loud – Future of PHP (ZF2 & CakePHP)

Engine Yard has recently posted two podcasts looking at the “Future of PHP” as it relates to two of the popular PHP frameworks out there – CakePHP and Zend Framework 2, as interviewed by Davey Shafik.

The first episode is an interview with some of the core ZF2 contributors about the framework and where they think it’s headed. They cover the planned roadmap, targets for next year involving PHP 5.4 and 5.5 as well as how it compares to other frameworks out there today.

In the second episode Davey talks with some of the core contributors (and big fans) of the CakePHP framework. They talk about the current state of the framework, changes in the upcoming version and what it’s like working with the PHP-FIG (framework interoperability group).

You can listen to each of these via their in-page players or drop their RSS feed into your reader and get these and the latest episodes of the “Cloud Out Loud” podcast as soon as they’re released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18963

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EngineYard.com: Cloud Out Loud – Future of PHP (ZF2 & CakePHP)

EngineYard.com: Cloud Out Loud – Future of PHP (ZF2 & CakePHP)

Engine Yard has recently posted two podcasts looking at the “Future of PHP” as it relates to two of the popular PHP frameworks out there – CakePHP and Zend Framework 2, as interviewed by Davey Shafik.

The first episode is an interview with some of the core ZF2 contributors about the framework and where they think it’s headed. They cover the planned roadmap, targets for next year involving PHP 5.4 and 5.5 as well as how it compares to other frameworks out there today.

In the second episode Davey talks with some of the core contributors (and big fans) of the CakePHP framework. They talk about the current state of the framework, changes in the upcoming version and what it’s like working with the PHP-FIG (framework interoperability group).

You can listen to each of these via their in-page players or drop their RSS feed into your reader and get these and the latest episodes of the “Cloud Out Loud” podcast as soon as they’re released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18963

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EngineYard.com: Cloud Out Loud – Future of PHP (ZF2 & CakePHP)

EngineYard.com: Cloud Out Loud – Future of PHP (ZF2 & CakePHP)

Engine Yard has recently posted two podcasts looking at the “Future of PHP” as it relates to two of the popular PHP frameworks out there – CakePHP and Zend Framework 2, as interviewed by Davey Shafik.

The first episode is an interview with some of the core ZF2 contributors about the framework and where they think it’s headed. They cover the planned roadmap, targets for next year involving PHP 5.4 and 5.5 as well as how it compares to other frameworks out there today.

In the second episode Davey talks with some of the core contributors (and big fans) of the CakePHP framework. They talk about the current state of the framework, changes in the upcoming version and what it’s like working with the PHP-FIG (framework interoperability group).

You can listen to each of these via their in-page players or drop their RSS feed into your reader and get these and the latest episodes of the “Cloud Out Loud” podcast as soon as they’re released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18963

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Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 12.28.2012

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 12.28.2012Recent releases from the Packagist:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/18962

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