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Archive for Luty, 2015

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 02.22.2015

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 02.22.2015Recent releases from the Packagist:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22401

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Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 02.22.2015

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 02.22.2015Recent releases from the Packagist:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22401

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Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 02.21.2015

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 02.21.2015Recent releases from the Packagist:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22400

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Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 02.21.2015

Community News: Packagist Latest Releases for 02.21.2015Recent releases from the Packagist:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22400

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NetTuts.com: When You’re Hacked in WordPress: Staying Safe Later On

NetTuts.com: When You’re Hacked in WordPress: Staying Safe Later On

NetTuts.com has posted the second part in their “When You’re Hacked – WordPress” tutorial series today with this new article showing you how to stay safe once you’ve recovered from the initial attack.

n the first part of this series, we went through what to do when your website gets hacked. In this second part, we’re going to learn about staying safe and being able to act quickly when another unpleasant incident happens.

They start by answering the overarching question everyone wants to know about WordPress (as it relates to security) – “is it safe?” They follow this with some recommendations to help keep your install safe including:

  • Staying Up to Date
  • Using Safe Plugins & Themes
  • Using a Security-Related WordPress Plugin

Check out the rest of the article for the full list and a quick summary of each, some with links to the actual tools and plugins to help you protect your installation.

Link: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/when-youre-hacked-in-wordpress-staying-safe-later-on–cms-22748
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22399

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NetTuts.com: When You’re Hacked in WordPress: Staying Safe Later On

NetTuts.com: When You’re Hacked in WordPress: Staying Safe Later On

NetTuts.com has posted the second part in their “When You’re Hacked – WordPress” tutorial series today with this new article showing you how to stay safe once you’ve recovered from the initial attack.

n the first part of this series, we went through what to do when your website gets hacked. In this second part, we’re going to learn about staying safe and being able to act quickly when another unpleasant incident happens.

They start by answering the overarching question everyone wants to know about WordPress (as it relates to security) – “is it safe?” They follow this with some recommendations to help keep your install safe including:

  • Staying Up to Date
  • Using Safe Plugins & Themes
  • Using a Security-Related WordPress Plugin

Check out the rest of the article for the full list and a quick summary of each, some with links to the actual tools and plugins to help you protect your installation.

Link: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/when-youre-hacked-in-wordpress-staying-safe-later-on–cms-22748
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22399

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HHVM Blog: Announcing a Specification for Hack

HHVM Blog: Announcing a Specification for Hack

Similar to how the language specification was released for PHP a little while back, the HHVM team has announced a new specification for Hack, the language they’ve created as a part of the HipHop VM project that’s similar to PHP.

When we announced Hack, we were very excited for the community to get their hands on a programming language that has helped Facebook engineers become more productive in their day-to-day development and became, alongside PHP, the language used when developing applications running on HHVM. At the time of release, we had documentation geared for the programmer using Hack to develop applications. However, we did not have official documentation for those that might want to create a Hack implementation of their own or something like a Hack conformance test-suite. This specification fills that gap. It is the document for the Hack implementer, and an excellent supplemental document for the Hack user.

The remainder of the post talks about some of the reasoning behind creating the specification, pointing to resources where you can help contribute and a few thanks to some of the people that worked on it.

Link: http://hhvm.com/blog/8537/announcing-a-specification-for-hack
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22398

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HHVM Blog: Announcing a Specification for Hack

HHVM Blog: Announcing a Specification for Hack

Similar to how the language specification was released for PHP a little while back, the HHVM team has announced a new specification for Hack, the language they’ve created as a part of the HipHop VM project that’s similar to PHP.

When we announced Hack, we were very excited for the community to get their hands on a programming language that has helped Facebook engineers become more productive in their day-to-day development and became, alongside PHP, the language used when developing applications running on HHVM. At the time of release, we had documentation geared for the programmer using Hack to develop applications. However, we did not have official documentation for those that might want to create a Hack implementation of their own or something like a Hack conformance test-suite. This specification fills that gap. It is the document for the Hack implementer, and an excellent supplemental document for the Hack user.

The remainder of the post talks about some of the reasoning behind creating the specification, pointing to resources where you can help contribute and a few thanks to some of the people that worked on it.

Link: http://hhvm.com/blog/8537/announcing-a-specification-for-hack
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22398

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HHVM Blog: Announcing a Specification for Hack

HHVM Blog: Announcing a Specification for Hack

Similar to how the language specification was released for PHP a little while back, the HHVM team has announced a new specification for Hack, the language they’ve created as a part of the HipHop VM project that’s similar to PHP.

When we announced Hack, we were very excited for the community to get their hands on a programming language that has helped Facebook engineers become more productive in their day-to-day development and became, alongside PHP, the language used when developing applications running on HHVM. At the time of release, we had documentation geared for the programmer using Hack to develop applications. However, we did not have official documentation for those that might want to create a Hack implementation of their own or something like a Hack conformance test-suite. This specification fills that gap. It is the document for the Hack implementer, and an excellent supplemental document for the Hack user.

The remainder of the post talks about some of the reasoning behind creating the specification, pointing to resources where you can help contribute and a few thanks to some of the people that worked on it.

Link: http://hhvm.com/blog/8537/announcing-a-specification-for-hack
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22398

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SitePoint PHP Blog: Introduction to Silex – A Symfony Micro-framework

SitePoint PHP Blog: Introduction to Silex – A Symfony Micro-framework

The SitePoint PHP blog has a tutorial posted today introducing you to one of the more popular PHP microframeworks out there, Silex. This new article jumps right in and shows you how to use it.

Silex is a PHP micro-framework based on Symfony components and inspired by the Sinatra Ruby framework. In this article, we are going to get started with the framework and see the how it fits our needs.

He walks you through the installation of Silex (and Twig) through Composer and the creation of the basic folder structure to build the first app. He then gets into talking about how routes are handled, parameters and linking controllers to routes. He also introduces the use of providers and shows how to implement the one for Twig to use in templating the output of the application.

Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/introduction-silex-symfony-micro-framework/
Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/22397

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