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Archive for Listopad, 2015

Zend Developer Zone: PHP 7 and Beyond: The Future of PHP – Anthony Ferrara at PHP World

Zend Developer Zone: PHP 7 and Beyond: The Future of PHP – Anthony Ferrara at PHP World

On the Zend Developer Zone they’ve posted about a presentation given by Anthony Ferrara at this year’s php[world] conference that just wrapped up in Washington, D.C. In it he talks about the future of PHP, PHP 7 and beyond.

PHPWorld was a great conference. If you didn’t attend, you missed a lot. Several of the keynotes just rocked the house including both Lorna Mitchell and Tessa Mero. The highlight for me however was Anthony Ferrara’s closing keynote, “PHP 7 and Beyond: The Future of PHP”. Anthony is a Core developer but also a vibrant member of the community.

Anthony is a good friend of mine but this is the first time I have ever had the chance to see him deliver a keynote talk. I do hope it won’t be the last. The recording of Anthony’s talk is embedded below the storify. I highly recommend watching it.

He (Cal Evans) includes his set of live tweets from during the presentation as well as an embedded version of the video if you’d like to watch the entire thing. It was also posted to YouTube if you prefer to watch it there.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23402

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Thijs Feryn: In interview in the Nevada desert with ContinuousPHP: tech & community in Luxembourg

Thijs Feryn: In interview in the Nevada desert with ContinuousPHP: tech & community in Luxembourg

In his latest video interview Thijs Feryn talks caught up with the ContinuousPHP team out in the Nevada desert while at this year’s ZendCon.

I did a fair number of interviews while I was at Zendcon in Las Vegas. The entertainment capital of the world is located in the desert. So it seemed fun to do this interview in the desert.

ContinuousPHPThis week’s episode features Frédéric Dewinne and Oswald De Riemaecker from ContinuousPHP. We talk about how they met and how they almost instantly founded the company. ContinuousPHP is a Platform As A Service that focuses on continuous delivery and continuous deployment in the PHP space.

They talk about ContinuousPHP, how it started out and where some of the funding came from initially. They also talk about life as a startup and growing a community around the service and the PHP community there in Luxembourg. You can check out this latest episode either through the in-page video player, directly on YouTube or, for the audio-only version, over on Soundcloud.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23401

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PHP Roundtable: 035: Immutable PHP

PHP Roundtable: 035: Immutable PHP

The PHP Roundtable podcast has posted their latest episode, recorded live with host Sammy Kaye Powers and guests Larry Garfield, Matthew Weier O’Phinney and Glen Hickle talking about immutability in PHP.

Immutability plays a huge role in functional programming and many languages support immutability directly; like the readonly keyword in C#. It is possible to create immutable objects in PHP, but the language lacks inherent immutable features for scalar variables and class properties. We discuss how to bring functional programming concepts to PHP and brainstorm some features that could possibly be added to future versions of PHP to offer better immutability support.

You can watch the live recording of this latest episode either through the in-page video player or directly over on YouTube. If you enjoy the show, be sure to also subscribe to their feed and follow them on Twitter for information on the latest episodes (and when future live recordings are happening).

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23400

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Community News: Recent posts from PHP Quickfix (11.25.2015)

Community News: Recent posts from PHP Quickfix (11.25.2015)

Recent posts from the PHP Quickfix site:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23403

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SitePoint PHP Blog: Building a Basic Video Search App with Vimeo’s API and Slim

SitePoint PHP Blog: Building a Basic Video Search App with Vimeo’s API and Slim

The SitePoint PHP blog has a new tutorial posted showing you how to integrate the Vimeo API with Slim to create a simple web application allowing you to search for videos matching a simple query string.

In this tutorial, you’ll get to know the basics of the Vimeo API. With it, you can fetch information on a specific user or get information on the videos uploaded by the user. If the video is private, you can only get it from the API if the user has given permission to your app.

They start with helping you create a new application on the Vimeo developer site and introduce you to the API playground for trying out various API queries and fetching the results. Following this the tutorial starts in on the application itself, helping you get a Slim application up and running with Twig templating and the Vimeo API library. They bootstrap the application with your Vimeo application credentials and how to log into the API via access tokens. The flow then allows the user to connect their Vimeo account to your Slim application. With this connection in place the user can then view their profile information and execute a search on the "videos" endpoint with a simple query string.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23399

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Community News: php[world] Keynote Videos Posted

Community News: php[world] Keynote Videos Posted

If you missed it or weren’t able to attend this year’s php[world] the keynote from Taylor Otwell, creator of the Laravel framework, has been posted: "Laravel – Lessons Learned".

In four years, Laravel has become one of the most popular application development frameworks for PHP. In addition to the framework itself, a vibrant community has emerged including Laracon, Laracasts, Laravel Forge, Envoyer, and more. In this session, we’ll discuss the history of the framework, its core philosophies, and what makes its community so passionate.

You can watch it either though the in-page video player or directly over on YouTube. There’s also other videos posted from the conference (keynotes) from Tessa Merro (of the Joomla project) and Lorna Mitchell (on open source communities).

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23388

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Community News: php[world] Keynote Videos Posted

Community News: php[world] Keynote Videos Posted

If you missed it or weren’t able to attend this year’s php[world] the keynote from Taylor Otwell, creator of the Laravel framework, has been posted: "Laravel – Lessons Learned".

In four years, Laravel has become one of the most popular application development frameworks for PHP. In addition to the framework itself, a vibrant community has emerged including Laracon, Laracasts, Laravel Forge, Envoyer, and more. In this session, we’ll discuss the history of the framework, its core philosophies, and what makes its community so passionate.

You can watch it either though the in-page video player or directly over on YouTube. There’s also other videos posted from the conference (keynotes) from Tessa Merro (of the Joomla project) and Lorna Mitchell (on open source communities).

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23388

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Acquia.com: Drupal 8.0.0 released

Acquia.com: Drupal 8.0.0 released

If you’re already a Drupal user you know the latest and greatest news. If not, here’s the scoop – the latest major version of Drupal has been released with major reworks and updates across the board: Drupal 8.0.0.

Happy Drupal 8 Day! It has been a long time coming, and we couldn’t be more excited to step into this next phase of Drupal development. There’s no doubt it will usher in a new era of digital experiences, and we can’t wait to see how it all unfolds.

Dries discussed what the release of Drupal 8.0.0 means for the community, and you can read his full post here. We also caught him traipsing through the streets of Belgium wearing a sombrero… for your viewing pleasure!

The post includes a video of the interview with Dries. The linked post also describes the updates and "transformation’ Drupal has gone through in this latest release.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23387

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Acquia.com: Drupal 8.0.0 released

Acquia.com: Drupal 8.0.0 released

If you’re already a Drupal user you know the latest and greatest news. If not, here’s the scoop – the latest major version of Drupal has been released with major reworks and updates across the board: Drupal 8.0.0.

Happy Drupal 8 Day! It has been a long time coming, and we couldn’t be more excited to step into this next phase of Drupal development. There’s no doubt it will usher in a new era of digital experiences, and we can’t wait to see how it all unfolds.

Dries discussed what the release of Drupal 8.0.0 means for the community, and you can read his full post here. We also caught him traipsing through the streets of Belgium wearing a sombrero… for your viewing pleasure!

The post includes a video of the interview with Dries. The linked post also describes the updates and "transformation’ Drupal has gone through in this latest release.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23387

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Site News: Popular Posts for This Week (11.20.2015)

Site News: Popular Posts for This Week (11.20.2015)

Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/23386

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