Getting a job is pretty straightforward. Getting a PHP job is about as unconventional as it gets. Here’s what you can do to secure a better job with your existing [...]
A while ago I wrote this neat little subclass of Zend_Loader to add a midgen of Dependency Injection to the Zend Framework application I was then building. After emailing the lists to propose it be fully adopted into Zend_Loader some time ago, I realised someone had proposed a novel new component called Zend_Di, and that small change was since accepted by Federico into his DI buster. This is a quick overview with very simple use cases.
In this tutorial, we will explore how to use the latest update of Zend Studio for debugging PHP scripts. But first, we will get an overview of the product, its various editions, the system requirements for running it, and other installation considerations.
There’s a lot of talk about the use of PHP as a templating language. Some people use Smarty, others use their framework’s/CMS’ inbuilt templating language, while others still use PHP [...]
PEAR is always full of interesting and useful PHP packages. They may not be terribly efficient, but the power they offer easily outweighs that. As of today, we have a [...]
By "where", I literally mean "where". PHP is typically used in server-side scripts, the output of which is served over the internet. As expected. But I've just finished writing an [...]
So, you’re an up-and-coming PHP developer, you’re spending a lot of time learning new tricks and you’re always on the bleeding edge when it comes to using technologies in your [...]
It doesn't advertise itself as such, but the jQuery JS framework is quite possibly one of the best JS frameworks for PHP developers. Most of the frameworks out there are [...]