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  1. Scaffolding an Application with Phalcon

    In this video, produced by SitePoint's sister company Learnable, you'll learn how to create a basic, modular, application in Phalcon using the Phalcon command-line tools. If you’ve used other frameworks which don’t have this tooling support, you’ll know just how long and sometimes error-prone
  2. Provisioning Phalcon (and other tools) with Vagrant

    ? What if we'd, for example, like to install a PHP extension that isn't part of the default distribution and doesn't exist in package managers? In this tutorial, we'll make sure the Phalcon framework is installed by default when we run vagrant up. Pre-installing software on a Vagrant
  3. Phalcon 2.0 Alpha Landing

    I’ve written about Phalcon before, and we’ve got a variety of articles on the framework published already, which is apparent if you just visit the Phalcon category. In fact, not so long ago, I wrote about Zephir, Phalcon’s noble initiative to make building PHP extensions accessible to everyone
  4. Nginx, PHP5.5 and Phalcon on OpenShift

    it. Note: The repo used in this example was originally cloned from Boekkooi. He keeps his Openshift starter repo up-to-date, so if you need to get a custom PHP+Nginx Openshift environment up and running fast, use his original, then just plug the Phalcon procedure into the mix. Starting out
  5. Phalcon on Windows Azure

    . In this article we'll install Phalcon, my personal framework of choice. You might be thinking "But isn't a framework just a collection of classes? Isn't just uploading them enough?". That's not the case with Phalcon. Phalcon is a PHP extension written in C that needs
  6. Sending Confirmation Emails with Phalcon and Swift

    . In this short tutorial I’ll show you how to send emails via Gmail quickly from within a Phalcon sample application. You can download the full source code from GitHub. We'll be building functionality which lets us send a confirmation email, and reacts to the click of said confirmation email. Step 1
  7. Quick Tip: Install Zephir and Phalcon 2 on Vagrant

    This quick tip will show you how to install Phalcon on a Homestead Improved instance, and will help you get a sample Phalcon app up and running. The version of Phalcon we’ll be using in this Quick Tip will be 2.0 - a pre-release. If you read this when Phalcon is already in a mature 2.x stage
  8. Google App Engine and a Plea for Phalcon

    Let's find out about Google's recent embrace of PHP in Google App Engine, what it means for the PHP community, and how it can be improved even further if they add support for the high performing PHP framework Phalcon. What's Google App Engine? Google App Engine (GAE) is Google's cloud
  9. CMS Showdown: Nginx, Ghost, PHP and Phalcon

    :// will now produce the phpinfo() screen: Our main domain now displays Ghost, and our subdomain displays the PHP content of the subdomain’s folder. Phalcon Seeing as one of the CMS we’ll be testing will be PhalconEye, we’ll need to install Phalcon as well. Best get it out
  10. How to Run Multiple Versions of PHP on One Server

    In this particular post, we’ll demo a solution to install multiple versions of Phalcon and PHP and run them on a single web server. PHP 5.5.x and 5.6.x will be used here, but you can replace them with other versions. Any servers that support PHP-FPM should be enough but we recommend using Nginx
  11. How to Install Custom PHP Extensions on Heroku

    In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to install custom extensions on Heroku. Specifically, we’ll be installing Phalcon. Sign-up and Set up In order to use Heroku, you must sign up for a Heroku account. Heroku generally works with a command-line interface. To use that interface, you need
  12. Nette Framework: First Impressions

    SitePoint’s PHP channel conducted its annual survey on the most popular framework of 2015 and the results were discussed here. We saw some familiar names: Laravel, Symfony2, Phalcon, Silex, Slim, etc. But wait, what is this: Nette? According to the survey result, it ranked number 3
  13. PHP News You May Have Missed - October / November 2014

    . The more open source, the better! Phalconf With Phalcon’s ever rising popularity, there are now whispers of a Phalcon Conference. While the location and time are still up for debate, several Phalcon fans (Phans?) have banded together to inquire about the level of the public’s interest. If you
  14. PHP7 Resource Recap

    rewrites to remain compatible. With that in mind, the gophp7-ext page has been set up to ease the transition for most extension developers. Hopefully, this will make it easier for projects like Zephir and the newly released Phalcon 2 to become 7-friendly as soon as possible (as the Phalcon team says
  15. Best PHP Framework 2015 Survey

    fresh out of the oven, Phalcon being kickstarted into full-time development, and others reaching a much anticipated maturity, it’s only natural we’re curious about your preferences - have they changed? Do they remain unbudged? Do you wish you could switch so hard you can taste it, but aren’t allowed
  16. PhalconPHP: Yet Another PHP Framework?

    documentation. One of those frameworks is Phalcon. But Phalcon really is quite different compared to the other frameworks; it isn’t just another package that you download, rather it's a PHP module written in C. In this article we'll take a brief look at what Phalcon looks like and what makes it so
  17. PHP as a Service - Fortrabbit

    management systems are supported and easily installable out of the box, and Phalcon support is coming soon now available too (version 0.9)! The demo app Let's get a simple Hello World application up and running. Clone the example repository from Github. It's nothing but a simple CodeIgniter
  18. Developing PHP Extensions with C++ and PHP-CPP: Advanced

    -oriented code, that is easy to understand and easy to maintain for other developers / colleagues. The possibilities are enormous: a framework (like Phalcon), a template language (like Smarty or Twig), etc. Please leave your comments and views, and let us know what you have done with this lib!
  19. Getting Started with PHP Extension Development via Zephir

    . For the record - I recommend using a Linux based system for developing Zephir apps. Once you obtain all the prerequisite software, download the latest version of Zephir from Github, then run the Zephir installer, like so: git clone cd zephir &&
  20. PHP Fights HHVM and Zephir with PHPNG

    , it pretty much guarantees compatibility with current extensions. One of the biggest reasons for people hesitating about a transfer to HHVM is the unavailability of essential extensions they’re used to (Phalcon, in my case). Personally, a faster engine for PHP that supports Phalcon would make me care