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Archive for Styczeń, 2015

5 Steps to turn WordPress category pages into a landing page

5 Steps to turn WordPress category pages into a landing pageSeveral years ago Olaf taught you how to change WordPress category pages into a landing page. Back then, it was more complicated and required editing a number of files. Thankfully, WordPress and a pair of plugins make it easier than ever to turn those so-often neglected category pages into SEO gold. The whole idea of landing […]


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Symfony Blog: Symfony 2014 Year in Review: London Symfony Meetups

Symfony Blog: Symfony 2014 Year in Review: London Symfony Meetups

The Symfony blog has another in their “2014 Year in Review” series posted, this time with a focus on the London Symfony meetups and the presentations that were made.

2014 was a really successful year for the Symfony Meetup Group in London. I’ve been involved helping to organize these meetups for a few years now, but it was never a regular thing until this year. With a huge help of my SensioLabs UK colleagues we managed to bring the group to the next level. Each meetup we’re getting around 60-90 attendees, which is a big improvement compared to the previous years. We also started recording the talks. Since the Symfony community in London is much bigger, I believe we can do even better in 2015!

Talks presented this year included:

  • Optimizing Your Front End Workflow
  • Applying Domain Driven Design with Symfony2 projects
  • Silex saved me from my legacy code
  • Scaling Symfony2 apps with RabbitMQ
  • Speed up your Symfony2 application and build awesome features with Redis

Each topic has a summary, a link to the slides and a video of the presentation (if available).

Link: http://symfony.com/blog/symfony-2014-year-in-review-london-symfony-meetups
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22195

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Symfony Blog: Symfony 2014 Year in Review: London Symfony Meetups

Symfony Blog: Symfony 2014 Year in Review: London Symfony Meetups

The Symfony blog has another in their “2014 Year in Review” series posted, this time with a focus on the London Symfony meetups and the presentations that were made.

2014 was a really successful year for the Symfony Meetup Group in London. I’ve been involved helping to organize these meetups for a few years now, but it was never a regular thing until this year. With a huge help of my SensioLabs UK colleagues we managed to bring the group to the next level. Each meetup we’re getting around 60-90 attendees, which is a big improvement compared to the previous years. We also started recording the talks. Since the Symfony community in London is much bigger, I believe we can do even better in 2015!

Talks presented this year included:

  • Optimizing Your Front End Workflow
  • Applying Domain Driven Design with Symfony2 projects
  • Silex saved me from my legacy code
  • Scaling Symfony2 apps with RabbitMQ
  • Speed up your Symfony2 application and build awesome features with Redis

Each topic has a summary, a link to the slides and a video of the presentation (if available).

Link: http://symfony.com/blog/symfony-2014-year-in-review-london-symfony-meetups
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22195

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SitePoint PHP Blog: Introducing eBay’s Trading API – Setting Up

SitePoint PHP Blog: Introducing eBay’s Trading API – Setting Up

The SitePoint PHP blog they’ve posted the first part of a new series about using the eBay API as a part of a product management application. In part one they start by getting things set up on the eBay trading API and creating the database you’ll need for the rest of the series.

In this tutorial series, I’ll walk you through Ebay’s Trading API. The Trading API allows you to build applications that can be used for selling in Ebay. Here are some examples of things you can do with the API: retrieve store information, update store preferences, add products to a specific eBay store, end product listings, update product price and retrieve product information. In this tutorial, we’ll be creating an app that allows users to create a product on eBay through the use of the API.

They start by helping you register an application on the eBay developer site and configure the settings to match your needs. They link to some of the tools you can use during your development and some of the headers/content you’ll need to set to make your requests. The tutorial wraps up with the SQL needed to create the database backend for your store’s settings, products, listings and some sample data to insert.

Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/introducing-ebays-trading-api-setting/
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22194

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SitePoint PHP Blog: Introducing eBay’s Trading API – Setting Up

SitePoint PHP Blog: Introducing eBay’s Trading API – Setting Up

The SitePoint PHP blog they’ve posted the first part of a new series about using the eBay API as a part of a product management application. In part one they start by getting things set up on the eBay trading API and creating the database you’ll need for the rest of the series.

In this tutorial series, I’ll walk you through Ebay’s Trading API. The Trading API allows you to build applications that can be used for selling in Ebay. Here are some examples of things you can do with the API: retrieve store information, update store preferences, add products to a specific eBay store, end product listings, update product price and retrieve product information. In this tutorial, we’ll be creating an app that allows users to create a product on eBay through the use of the API.

They start by helping you register an application on the eBay developer site and configure the settings to match your needs. They link to some of the tools you can use during your development and some of the headers/content you’ll need to set to make your requests. The tutorial wraps up with the SQL needed to create the database backend for your store’s settings, products, listings and some sample data to insert.

Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/introducing-ebays-trading-api-setting/
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22194

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NetTuts.com: Installing and Using PHPMyAdmin with WordPress

NetTuts.com: Installing and Using PHPMyAdmin with WordPress

The NetTuts.com site has a new tutorial showing you how to get PHPMyAdmin and WordPress up and working together. They show how it can be used to aid in a low level kind of administration of the WordPress data not available through the WordPress interface.

PHPMyAdmin – or PMA – is an excellent free, open source web-based database client which can be used to interact more easily with MySQL and WordPress databases. I’ll describe how to install it, secure it and some common scenarios with which it can assist you in WordPress administration.

They walk you through all the steps you’ll need to get it up and running (and playing nicely together):

  • Installing PHPMyAdmin
  • Install apache2-utils to use htaccess/htpasswd
  • Change the Apache configuration’s AllowOverride setting

  • Creating the database for the WordPress installation
  • Backing up the database

There’s also some other helpful topics like doing a site migration, reset your administrator password and doing search and replace cross multiple records (posts).

Link: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/installing-and-using-phpmyadmin-with-wordpress–cms-21944
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22193

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NetTuts.com: Installing and Using PHPMyAdmin with WordPress

NetTuts.com: Installing and Using PHPMyAdmin with WordPress

The NetTuts.com site has a new tutorial showing you how to get PHPMyAdmin and WordPress up and working together. They show how it can be used to aid in a low level kind of administration of the WordPress data not available through the WordPress interface.

PHPMyAdmin – or PMA – is an excellent free, open source web-based database client which can be used to interact more easily with MySQL and WordPress databases. I’ll describe how to install it, secure it and some common scenarios with which it can assist you in WordPress administration.

They walk you through all the steps you’ll need to get it up and running (and playing nicely together):

  • Installing PHPMyAdmin
  • Install apache2-utils to use htaccess/htpasswd
  • Change the Apache configuration’s AllowOverride setting

  • Creating the database for the WordPress installation
  • Backing up the database

There’s also some other helpful topics like doing a site migration, reset your administrator password and doing search and replace cross multiple records (posts).

Link: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/installing-and-using-phpmyadmin-with-wordpress–cms-21944
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22193

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AWS Development Blog: Preview the AWS Resource APIs for PHP

AWS Development Blog: Preview the AWS Resource APIs for PHP

On the AWS development blog Jeremy Lindblom has a recent post with a preview of the AWS resource APIs for PHP and the AWS SDK for PHP.

This year is just about over, but we are too excited to wait until the new year to share with you a feature we are developing for the AWS SDK for PHP. We are calling it the AWS Resource APIs for PHP. This feature is maintained as a separate package, but it acts as an extension to Version 3 of the AWS SDK for PHP.

He talks about the new resource objects that contain information to identify what it represented (like a S3 bucket or SQS queue) and includes an example object structure. He shows how to perform actions on the objects and working with collections. He also includes a helpful hint about using the “respondsTo” method on the object to get the methods the object can use.

Link: http://blogs.aws.amazon.com/php/post/Tx3K1TS5GUKJR85/Preview-the-AWS-Resource-APIs-for-PHP
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22192

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AWS Development Blog: Preview the AWS Resource APIs for PHP

AWS Development Blog: Preview the AWS Resource APIs for PHP

On the AWS development blog Jeremy Lindblom has a recent post with a preview of the AWS resource APIs for PHP and the AWS SDK for PHP.

This year is just about over, but we are too excited to wait until the new year to share with you a feature we are developing for the AWS SDK for PHP. We are calling it the AWS Resource APIs for PHP. This feature is maintained as a separate package, but it acts as an extension to Version 3 of the AWS SDK for PHP.

He talks about the new resource objects that contain information to identify what it represented (like a S3 bucket or SQS queue) and includes an example object structure. He shows how to perform actions on the objects and working with collections. He also includes a helpful hint about using the “respondsTo” method on the object to get the methods the object can use.

Link: http://blogs.aws.amazon.com/php/post/Tx3K1TS5GUKJR85/Preview-the-AWS-Resource-APIs-for-PHP
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22192

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AWS Development Blog: Preview the AWS Resource APIs for PHP

AWS Development Blog: Preview the AWS Resource APIs for PHP

On the AWS development blog Jeremy Lindblom has a recent post with a preview of the AWS resource APIs for PHP and the AWS SDK for PHP.

This year is just about over, but we are too excited to wait until the new year to share with you a feature we are developing for the AWS SDK for PHP. We are calling it the AWS Resource APIs for PHP. This feature is maintained as a separate package, but it acts as an extension to Version 3 of the AWS SDK for PHP.

He talks about the new resource objects that contain information to identify what it represented (like a S3 bucket or SQS queue) and includes an example object structure. He shows how to perform actions on the objects and working with collections. He also includes a helpful hint about using the “respondsTo” method on the object to get the methods the object can use.

Link: http://blogs.aws.amazon.com/php/post/Tx3K1TS5GUKJR85/Preview-the-AWS-Resource-APIs-for-PHP
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22192

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