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Codenvy

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Check out this one-click developer hack Factory, pre-configured with #CodeIgniter Just click the link to try it out. 
https://codenvy.com/f?id=y2kdhskgkrveibf2
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CodeIgniter fucking HOT ;)
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Gagan Singh

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Being a good framework, ‪#‎Yii‬ genuinely helps in creating modern ‪#‎webapplications‬, and ensure that all of them performs well. It does a lot of heavy lifting for you by creating testable and secure websites for you.
http://tinyurl.com/yii-framework-advantages
Being a good framework, Yii genuinely helps in creating modern web applications, and ensure that all of them performs well. It does a lot of heavy lifting for you by creating testable and secure websites for you.
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Yii was ok to use... I felt like everything was kind of a chore and a lot had to be done to get something going. At that point, why use a framework at all? 
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yasin faruk

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Having PHP knowledge, will it be helpful to quick learn Javascript. If yes how much it will cover in percentage ?
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JQuery is not everywhere but it is bloat. 
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yasin faruk

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How can I learn all PHP built in function with example . Any advice or idea ?
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get the php.chm file and copy paste the code here http://writecodeonline.com/php/ you done :)
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Mangalamoorti Bhat

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Server side Google analytics - PHP
MP-PHP - Google Measurement Protocol - PHP Client
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Sanjoy Dey

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Welcome to Cygnite - The New Cool Kid!

Use simple but powerful toolkit to build your next awesome application.
Enjoy elegant syntax and make your development painless with Cygnite. Best ideas from Ruby on Rails etc.

Enjoy the fresh air.

Warm welcome to the community for discussion, learn, contribute, help, get help, stay upto date. 
Cygnite PHP Framework
Cygnite PHP Framework for Web Developers
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Sumeet Sharma

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'Become a Professional Developer' Course 
http://goo.gl/SHBgQA
Gain Silicon Valley skills right in the comfort of your own home.
Course Features:
1) Study HTML/HTML5, CSS/CSS3, JavaScript, Ajax, jQuery, JSON, PHP, MySQL, Bootstrap & more
2) Explore responsive design
3) Create real-life projects for your portfolio
4) Continue training at intermediate & advanced levels
5) Utilize included source codes 
6) Over 330 lectures and 51+ hours of content
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Study all the major programming languages? Where's the C? C++? ASM? Python? Delphi? C#? Or if we're talking about Web development where's the Perl? The ASP? 
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Waseem Abbas

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Looking forward for your feedback on this new platform by +Cloudways where you can launch your Laravel apps in one-click within few minutes.

You can deploy your PHP apps on the latest version of Laravel on Laravel hosting platform powered by +Digital Ocean,  +Amazon Web Services, and +Google Cloud Platform.

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The service is launched with the free-trial for our PHP community. Looking forward to your help in making it more better platform with your suggestions. :)
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Олег Савка

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Old Coders: When Programming Is a Second Career
‪#‎coders‬ ‪#‎programming‬
Liz Beigle-Bryant took her first programming class, BASIC, in 1973. At the time, computers were part of the math departments instead of the engineering departments, she recalls. And because she had a background in family art, everyone at her high school discouraged her from doing so.
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And if anything, coding keeps the mind young!
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Dawid Pych

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How I can test in phpunit loading xml file from url ?
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I figure out how test loading xml in phpunit. I use mocup 
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Daniel Stoddart

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This is a great infographic if you're interested in PHP 7.
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It will be interesting to see which applications are the first to use it in the wild.
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New Blog Post : Create ‪#‎Magento‬ SOAP v2 API with simple steps http://www.anil2u.info/2015/03/create-magento-soap-v2-api-with-simple-steps/
This post explains how to create Magento SOAP v2 API users with simple steps. In earlier we discussed on OSCommerce installation and configuration to your server , Now we can learn about create API users for Magento. We need to follow few steps to get those API details from Magento. Step 1: Login to Magento ...continue reading the post "Create Magento SOAP v2 API with simple steps"
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yasin faruk

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What is the main difference between array "built in function" and " string built in function" ?
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Paul Walker

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Features, #tutorials, quick-explanations, #tips-n-tricks, and live real-world examples, using #script.aculo.us. It contains complete code for all projects, all in an #AJAX way. The author uses his vast experience as a programmer to show an interesting and creative way of building web applications. This book is for #webdeveloper who build simple yet agile and useful #webapplication . It is useful for #PHP beginners and assumes basic knowledge of #HTML#CSS#JavaScript, and PHP. The examples in the book use PHP, but can be adapted easily to other languages.
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Viraj Khatavkar

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Rhema Bytes: The Why Layer - Differentiating the Builder and the Architect

Some time last year, my wife and I decided to fix the stones that formed the staircase into our house. The job was straightforward and simple and so we hired a builder who set about resetting the stones and patching up the walls next to the staircase. Recently, we began a project to add an extension to our house. This time, we had to get an architect to draw a plan of the house as it is now, and the changes that we intend to make to it.

In these simple scenarios, my wife and I can be seen as the business that desires some transformation. For the trivial changes, a builder was sufficient, for the more complex or lasting
changes, we needed an architect. Now we all know that an architect introduces overheads in time and cost, so there must be a business-driver that pre-disposes us to this more expensive
route to the solution we desire. In our case, the stairwell does not cost a lot of money, it can be taken down and put back without affecting the main house or inconveniencing the occupants.

So, if our business was to provide a comfortable home for our family, a transformation initiative for the staircase was low risk. However, extending and reconfiguring two floors of the house
would definitely impact our ability to provide a comfortable home. The impact will be felt while the work is being done, and unless the work is done to our satisfaction, the comfort of the home could remain poor for a long time afterwards. Clearly the risks are higher. This therefore informed our decision to employ an architect to mitigate the significant risks that attend errors in the plan and/or execution, as well as ensure that the considerable investment is properly channeled.

If we are to apply this analogy to the day job, certain value must acrue to an organisation for the retainership of the architect(s), over and above that of builders/developers. Architects should add value on top of development by introducing patterns of construction that support and improve development, but are inspired by business goals. The architect who created the designs for our extension answered questions about interior and exterior design issues, materials, pros and cons of choices. The architect also gave a wealth of information, including 
the building plan, which captured the legacy and target states (architectures).

I like to refer to this architectural value as the "why layer". Simon Sinek is a famous motivational speaker; he considers this "why" dimension to be the greatest distinguishing factor between winners and also-rans in the business world. The architect should help the business to understand the why of technology. Given my intended destination; why should I invest in this technology, avoid that product, inclucate this discipline, or make an IS change at this time. What is the full set of options available to me, and how does any one of them facilitate or accelerate progression to my destination. The greatest architects, in my humble opinion, are those that are adept at guiding the business in making informed technology choices, while at the same time persuading IS personnel of the value of the choices at a tactical and strategic level.
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Sitepoint PHP

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Best PHP Framework for 2015 - RESULTS

The results are out! Wondering about whether Phalcon is still standing strong? Maybe you were expecting Laravel to win again? Check out the results, see which framework is most popular in 2015, download the data and do some of your own analyses!
The survey is complete and the data has been crunched - which framework is the most popular PHP framework of 2015? Tune in to find out.
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Statics may help... 
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scott molinari

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With PHP7 coming this year and the workings to move closer to getting a JIT compiler for PHP being added (ala tighter typing control), I was wondering,  how many of you are working on projects that could actually use the performance gains of a JIT compiler or think it is a needed addition to PHP for whatever reason?   
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Yes our project warrants a JIT compiler
42%
Yes for a JIT compiler(please state why)
11%
On the fence about it, not sure
26%
No a JIT compiler isn't needed at all
9%
A JIT compiler doesn't matter to me
11%
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Ervin Barta

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Meet your bugs before your users do! :) I wrote a tutorial about testing with Behat, check it out!
Behat is an integration and acceptance testing library for PHP. This article shows you how to use it with Selenium for browser testing web applications.
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Anyone looking for a "hobby"/"evening" project...it involves PHP, JQuery, HTML and the other part is AngularJS.
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Me also
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