Peter Nijssen, Dec 01
Preparing and Building a PHP Project in Jenkins
Learn how to configure, clone and build a PHP project with Jenkins in this step by step tutorial by Peter Nijssen
Peter Nijssen, Nov 29
Installing and Securing Jenkins
Peter Nijssen guides you through installing and securing Jenkins, preparing ground for implementing it with a PHP project in part 2. Code quality FTW!
Lukas White, Nov 10
Private Composer Packages with Gemfury
Gemfury is a PaaS solution for private Composer packages (among other things). Lukas White guides you through building and hosting your own package!
Thien Tran Duy, Nov 06
How to Run Multiple Versions of PHP on One Server
Thien Tran Duy explains how you can run multiple versions of PHP on one server actively, each with its own extensions environment.
Peter Nijssen, Sep 24
How to Deploy Symfony Apps with Capifony
Peter Nijssen explains how you can use Capifony to easily deploy your Symfony application - multiple releases, asset control, and everything else!
George Fekete, Sep 12
18 Critical Oversights in Web Development
George Fekete expands on previous posts about common PHP mistakes by listing 18 critical oversights in PHP and general web development
James Dow, Sep 06
Deploy Your Website Using Laravel and Git
James Dow shows you how you can set up your deployment workflow with Laravel and Git. Deploy your site to production with a single bookmark click!
Alexander Cogneau, Sep 05
Personal Packagist with Toran Proxy
Toran, a Satis alternative, is software which enables you to have your own Packagist for Composer package management.
Aleksander Koko, Sep 01
Single Page App with Laravel and EmberJS
The grand finale is here: Aleksander Koko finishes his series by binding the EmberJS side with Laravel into one whole Single Page App.
Aleksander Koko, Aug 29
Build REST Resources with Laravel
Alexander Koko continues his series by explaining how you can build REST resources with Laravel and its command line tool, artisan.
Aleksander Koko, Aug 27
Build a Database with Eloquent, Faker and Flysystem
Aleksander Koko continues his REST app tutorial by building the database and faking some content into it. Ready for advanced features? Jump in!
Aleksander Koko, Aug 22
Build a New App with Laravel and EmberJS in Vagrant
Aleksander begins a series on building a REST application on Heroku with REST API, EmberJS and Laravel. Part one sets up our project structure and database!
Tom Butler, Aug 09
PHP Dependency Injection Container Performance Benchmarks
Tom Butler did an analysis on DI container performance and published his results in this post. They're not what you would expect.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 29
PHP News You May Have Missed - July 2014
See what happened in the past couple of months in the PHP community - from name changes to new versions, there's something for everyone
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 22
Getting to Know Zend Server 7
In this post, we'll take a look at Zend Server 7 - what it brings to the table, what it impresses with, and where it falls short.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 20
7 More Mistakes Commonly Made by PHP Developers
Here are seven mistakes PHP developers often do - from wrong database drivers to too much transparency, read this list to find out what you shouldn't do
George Fekete, Jul 19
Vagrantfile Explained: Setting Up and Provisioning with Shell
George Fekete walks through a Vagrantfile construction from scratch, explaining every step of the way until you get a fully provisioned Ubuntu box
George Fekete, Jul 17
How to Create and Share a Vagrant Base Box
George Fekete guides you through the process of manually building, configuring and hosting a Vagrant base box, so you can share it with the world.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 13
Guide: How to Install OroCRM on a Vagrant Box
Learn how to install a working instance of OroCRM on a Vagrant Homestead Improved box in this step by step guide by Bruno Skvorc
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 11
8 Heroku Add-ons for Production Ready PHP Apps
Wondering which Heroku add-ons to use to make sure your application is (and stays) production-ready? See our list in this post.
Peter Nijssen, Jul 02
Continuous Integration with PHP-CI
Peter Nijssen reviews PHP-CI, a new Continuous Integration tool focusing on PHP projects exclusively. See how it stacks up against the rest!
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 15
What You May Have Missed in PHP, June 2014
A short list of facts and news about the PHP world you may have missed over the past several weeks.
Michael Calkins, May 12
PHP and Continuous Integration with Travis CI
Michael Calkins introduces Travis CI, a service for Continuous Integration, and explains how one can get it up and running with a PHP project
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 29
HHVM and Hack on Heroku
Heroku, the Cloud App Platform, added HHVM support to their roster, including Hack.