Working with CakePHP can be a very convenient option for developing the PHP projects and as nowadays most sites are based on PHP scripts, a good environment and framework like CakePHP can make your task easier.
In this new article we continue to tackle conditional expressions, and their evolution towards polymorphism.In the scenario of today, multiple conditions lead to the same result: returning a value, or executing some code.
Sometimes a refactoring that start from type codes take the inverse direction.One common case is when a hierarchy of subclasses presents variations only in constant data returned by public methods, or protected methods called as hooks.These...
When Rasmus Lerdorf first put PHP together, he - quite sensibly, despite his heritage - chose not to write it in Greenlandic or Danish. Good job too - that would have been rather unpleasant to work with. He opted instead, being in Canada at the time, for the local tongue. No, not French - that bastard dialect of the Queen's English commonly referred to as "US English".
A lot of the gripes about PHP as a language come down to the fact that there are a million ways to accomplish the same task, but only a couple are truely 'correct' - as in significantly better for one reason or another.
PHP IDEs (Integrated Development Environments). An Integrated Development Environment is the software that you use for… Well, your development. It typically has a debugger, compiler, documentation generator (not necessary), ...
Last week I had the good fortune of hearing Rasmus Lerdorf speak at the Seattle PHP Meetup. His talks was excellent – it was sprinkled with history, personal stories, tips, best practices, and insights into what he’s thinking about for the future.
NET application from a dev environment to a live environment without any issues. With PHP it's almost always flawless. An Abundance of Resources – You always find answers to questions, problems and third party classes to ...
Having the right code snippet at the right time can definitely be a life saver for web developers. Today, I’ve compiled 10 really awesome PHP code snippets that will, I hope, be very helpful in your forthcomming developments.
With the coming of html5 a whole new road of semantic possibilities was revealed to us, eager front-end developers. New elements and redefined elements gave us more tools to express ourselves in the web's native language.
PHP 5.4 beta 1 was released but APC is not going to be included at least in PHP 5.4.0. Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert discuss this and other happenings in the PHP world, like the adoption of more robust Continuous ...
ScribbalGoogle opens Google+ up for developersZDNet (blog)NET, Java, PHP, and Python. For those developers are a little braver, they're also available as alpha code for the Google Web Toolkit, Objective C and Ruby.
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