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Dana Luther
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Switched to Yii and never looked back.
Switched to Yii and never looked back.

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Earlier this month I presented on using Codeception to ensure your project is fully covered before performing a major system upgrade. If you weren't able to be there, but would like to hear the presentation, I am presenting it again this May on NomadPHP.

https://nomadphp.com/code-coverage-total-securityin-application-migrations/

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The 2.0 Version is done as well - http://www.yiiframework.com/extension/yii2-swivel/

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Swivel Extension for Yii
In my last post, I mentioned that I was looking forward to making a Swivel extension for Yii. I'm excited to share that I've FINALLY found the time to do so.

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Here's what I'm totally digging about YII 2... I don't really have to find external composer packages to do most of what I need to do. YII has almost everything and more that I need for a serious web app. But if I do want to get and use external composer packages I'm free to do so.

Its one heck of a framework...



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SunshinePHP 2016 Conference
I had the opportunity this weekend to attend the SunshinePHP conference in Miami . What an amazing group of people who are passionate about what they do. The theme for the weekend centered on collaboration and supporting the open source community, something...

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Headed to http://2016.sunshinephp.com/ in just two days! can't wait! #ssphp16

Got our first testing server upgraded to php7 today, running Yii 1.1.17 apps. Excited to see how the comparisons to the previous php5 installation turn out!!

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Testing in Yii 2.0 with Codeception - Fixture Data
I'll admit it -- I'm a phpunit addict. Switching to codeception has been a bit of a struggle for me, just because it feels like it should be intuitive, but it's different enough from what I'm used to that it's taken me a few days to really wrap my head arou...

Spent the last week finally converting an enterprise level application to yii2 (we've been restricted to the 1.1.* versions up until now for all but little things), and I'm having such a huge fan-girl week of loving yii2 and the capabilities inherent in PHP5.5+ 
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