Reza Lavaryan, Mar 30
A Comprehensive Guide to Using Cronjobs
A comprehensive introduction into cronjobs - how to use them, how to interpret the crontab format, and more
Daniel Sipos, Mar 29
Drupal 8 Entity Validation and Typed Data Explained
Drupal 8 has a new approach for validating data and restricting it to specific types and type classes. Danny will show you the ropes!
Younes Rafie, Mar 28
Crash Course into Continuous Testing with Sismo
Younes introduces Sismo - a tool for continuous testing - and implements a Slack notifier for it, then hooks it up to commit events to auto-run!
Christopher Pitt, Mar 25
Drunk with the Power of Composer Plugins
Composer recently went into beta and made plugin development much easier. Chris Pitt shows you how by developing an "evil" data-snooping plugin!
Daniel Sipos, Mar 23
Theming Views in Drupal 8 - Custom Style Plugins
Danny explains how to theme views in Drupal8 by making Drupal output native Bootstrap tabs!
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 21
Sourcehunt March 2016: PHP in Rust, Pathfinding, Eve Online
This sourcehunt features a no-framework framework, PHP running in Rust, a new microframework, pathfinding in PHP, and more
Christopher Pitt, Mar 18
PHP Macros for Fun and Profit!
Chris demonstrates using Yay, a library for building PHP macros - syntax sugar for the language that doesn't rely on PHP extensions or blood magic
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 16
Control User Access to Classes and Methods with Rauth
Controlling access to methods and classes rather than routes? This is where Rauth comes in - a package for full, granular access control in your whole app!
Daniel Berman, Mar 14
Running an Elastic LAMP Stack on AWS
Daniel goes through the simple process of setting up a powerful LAMP stack on AWS with Zend Server, for high traffic cloud-safe web applications!
Daniel Sipos, Mar 09
Your First Drupal 8 Migration
Danny explains migrations in Drupal 8 and demonstrates them on a simple example, paving the way for more complex operations
Thomas Punt, Mar 07
Re-Implementing the Range Operator in PHP
Thomas Punt revises his previous implementation of the range operator in PHP and improves on it with some much needed extra functionality
Thomas Punt, Mar 04
Implementing the Range Operator in PHP
Thomas Punt implements the range operator in PHP - come along and learn how to hack the internals of your favorite programming language!
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 02
Glide: Easy Dynamic on-Demand Image Resizing
Let's take a look at Glide - an image manipulation library for easy dynamic on-demand image resizing for all the screen sizes!
Wern Ancheta, Feb 29
Building a Hacker News Reader with Lumen
Wern Ancheta builds a Hacker News reader with a local cache from nothing with the Lumen microframework!
Bruno Skvorc, Feb 26
Sourcehunt #4 - Reflection, Authorization, Crons, and more
The newest edition of sourcehunt presents 6 more promising packages that might find a home in your project one day. Help them grow by contributing!
Christopher Pitt, Feb 24
Websockets in Your Synchronous Site
Chris introduces Socketize, a "sockets-as-a-service" layer that helps you implement websockets into apps with zero overhead, then adds them to a PHP script!
Bruno Skvorc, Feb 22
Contributing to Open Source: Gatekeeper Case Study
Bruno goes through the entire process of contributing to an open source project - from contact with the author to sending PRs. Come see how it works!
Francesco Malatesta, Feb 19
How to Consume Laravel API with AngularJS
Francesco builds an AngularJS app to consume a previously built Laravel API application for making book wishlists. JSON web token authentication in action!
Daniel Sipos, Feb 18
Quick Tip: Set up Drupal 8 with Composer!
Danny Sipos goes through the brand new process of setting up Drupal 8 with Composer, and introduces the "Drupal Packagist", a Packagist just for Drupal!
Francesco Malatesta, Feb 17
How to Build an API-Only JWT-Powered Laravel App
Francesco builds an entire API-only application with the Laravel API Boilerplate project (JWT edition) for creating and editing book wishlists!
Bruno Skvorc, Feb 15
Building Microsoft's What-Dog AI in under 100 Lines of Code
Here's how to use a popular AI engine to classify uploaded images of dogs into breeds - much like Microsoft's What-Dog app, but in only 80 lines of code!
Andrew Carter, Feb 12
How to Build Your Own Dependency Injection Container
Andrew Carter builds a Dependency Injection container from scratch, showing you how that rocket science is really just fireworks strapped to lego figures!
Bruno Skvorc, Feb 10
Building an Spress Svbtle Theme - Responsive Static Blogs!
Bruno goes through the process of building a custom Svbtle-clone theme for Spress, the static site generator inspired by Sculpin.
Bruno Skvorc, Feb 09
Quick Tip: Sync a Fork with the Original via GitHub's Web UI
Learn how to use the Github web UI to sync a fork with the original repo quickly and easily, all without the use of a CLI