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Archive for Październik, 2015

Laravel News: Announcing the Laravel News Podcast

Laravel News: Announcing the Laravel News Podcast

The Laravel News site has been a good source for Laravel-related happenings and updates for that portion of the community. They’ve announced an expansion to their offerings today with the addition of a new podcast with updates about the Laravel community and ecosystem over the past few weeks.

I’m happy to announce a new Laravel News Podcast and the first two episodes are now live. My co-host on this podcast is Jack Fruh and the goal is to discuss some of the highlights of the news over the past few weeks. The current goal is to create an episode every other week.

They’ve posted the first two episodes already featuring Eric and Jack talking about things like:

You can listen to these first two episodes either through the in-page audio player or you can subscribe in iTunes to get these and future shows as they’re released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23295

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Community News: PHP-FIG Website Relaunch

Community News: PHP-FIG Website Relaunch

The PHP Framework Interoperability Group (or PHP-FIG for short) has just released a new version of their website with a great new look and even better organization for the PSR content: http://php-fig.org. They just tweeted about it too:

What do you think of our new website? Slicker, cleaner and easier on the eyes. Give us your feedback! :)

The new version of the site provides sections not only for the details around currently accepted standards but also on current proposals, members of the organization, bylaws and frequently asked questions about the group. They also have links to some resources where you can get involved if you’re interested in the group and what they’re up to.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23294

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Community News: PHP-FIG Website Relaunch

Community News: PHP-FIG Website Relaunch

The PHP Framework Interoperability Group (or PHP-FIG for short) has just released a new version of their website with a great new look and even better organization for the PSR content: http://php-fig.org. They just tweeted about it too:

What do you think of our new website? Slicker, cleaner and easier on the eyes. Give us your feedback! :)

The new version of the site provides sections not only for the details around currently accepted standards but also on current proposals, members of the organization, bylaws and frequently asked questions about the group. They also have links to some resources where you can get involved if you’re interested in the group and what they’re up to.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23294

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Community News: PHP-FIG Website Relaunch

Community News: PHP-FIG Website Relaunch

The PHP Framework Interoperability Group (or PHP-FIG for short) has just released a new version of their website with a great new look and even better organization for the PSR content: http://php-fig.org. They just tweeted about it too:

What do you think of our new website? Slicker, cleaner and easier on the eyes. Give us your feedback! :)

The new version of the site provides sections not only for the details around currently accepted standards but also on current proposals, members of the organization, bylaws and frequently asked questions about the group. They also have links to some resources where you can get involved if you’re interested in the group and what they’re up to.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23294

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Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Chase Peeler

Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Chase Peeler

The Voices of the ElePHPant podcast has posted their latest episode interviewing another member of the PHP community, recorded live at the Northeast PHP Conference. Host Cal Evans talks with Chase Peeler, a speaker at the 2015 edition of the event.

They talk some about the presentation Chase gave at the conference about traits and how they can help make cleaner code and simpler applications. Chase talks about some of the places he’s seen as good places to use traits (vs inheritance). They also talk a bit about baseball and some of how Chase participates in the PHP Mentoring organization.

You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to either subscribe to their feed or follow them on Twitter to get information on the latest episodes as they’re released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23293

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Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Chase Peeler

Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Chase Peeler

The Voices of the ElePHPant podcast has posted their latest episode interviewing another member of the PHP community, recorded live at the Northeast PHP Conference. Host Cal Evans talks with Chase Peeler, a speaker at the 2015 edition of the event.

They talk some about the presentation Chase gave at the conference about traits and how they can help make cleaner code and simpler applications. Chase talks about some of the places he’s seen as good places to use traits (vs inheritance). They also talk a bit about baseball and some of how Chase participates in the PHP Mentoring organization.

You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to either subscribe to their feed or follow them on Twitter to get information on the latest episodes as they’re released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23293

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Master Zend Framework: How to Test Zend Framework Applications with Codeception – Part Two

Master Zend Framework: How to Test Zend Framework Applications with Codeception – Part Two

The Master Zend Framework site has posted the second part of their tutorial series showing how to test Zend Framework applications with CodeCeption, a tool allowing for behavior-driven testing methods on PHP applications. In part two of the series they finish up the examples from part one and put them to use.

In part one of this series on testing Zend Framework applications with Codeception, we covered what Codeception is, how to install and configure it, and how to enable and configure the Zend Framework 2 module; finishing up by writing some basic acceptance and functional tests. [...] Here, in part two of the series we see how to retrieve and test registered services using BDD-style testing. This isn’t going to be an exhaustive look at every possibility of what’s available. Instead, what I’m going to do is show a simple set of examples which use two extra modules which come with Codeception and how they enable descriptive, BDD-style, tests.

The tutorial starts by getting into a bit more detail on what BDD-style testing is and some of the basic terminology. They help you install two modules to help make writing your tests simpler. The tutorial walks you through generating a new test for a fictional "Video" table gateway class and how to flesh it out to pull the service from the service manager, configure the database connection and write a few checks to verify the type of the service fetched and the number of records it returns.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23291

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Master Zend Framework: How to Test Zend Framework Applications with Codeception – Part Two

Master Zend Framework: How to Test Zend Framework Applications with Codeception – Part Two

The Master Zend Framework site has posted the second part of their tutorial series showing how to test Zend Framework applications with CodeCeption, a tool allowing for behavior-driven testing methods on PHP applications. In part two of the series they finish up the examples from part one and put them to use.

In part one of this series on testing Zend Framework applications with Codeception, we covered what Codeception is, how to install and configure it, and how to enable and configure the Zend Framework 2 module; finishing up by writing some basic acceptance and functional tests. [...] Here, in part two of the series we see how to retrieve and test registered services using BDD-style testing. This isn’t going to be an exhaustive look at every possibility of what’s available. Instead, what I’m going to do is show a simple set of examples which use two extra modules which come with Codeception and how they enable descriptive, BDD-style, tests.

The tutorial starts by getting into a bit more detail on what BDD-style testing is and some of the basic terminology. They help you install two modules to help make writing your tests simpler. The tutorial walks you through generating a new test for a fictional "Video" table gateway class and how to flesh it out to pull the service from the service manager, configure the database connection and write a few checks to verify the type of the service fetched and the number of records it returns.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23291

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Community News: Latest PEAR Releases (10.26.2015)

Community News: Latest PEAR Releases (10.26.2015)

Latest PEAR Releases:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23292

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Community News: Latest PEAR Releases (10.26.2015)

Community News: Latest PEAR Releases (10.26.2015)

Latest PEAR Releases:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23292

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