Bruno Skvorc, Jun 29
PHP Channel's 2015 2nd Trimester Update
An update by Bruno, the PHP channel's editor, on new joinees, the peer review process, and more
Daniel Berman, Jun 26
Mobile App Development with Zend Studio
Daniel goes from nothing to finished product in this tutorial, demonstrating mobile app development with Zend Studio - both front end and back end!
Vaibhav Singhal, Jun 24
4 Best Chart Generation Options with PHP Components
Taylor Ren, Jun 22
Nette Framework: First Impressions
Taylor Ren takes a look at Nette Framework, the 3rd most popular framework from our recent survey. Come see what's special about it - and what isn't!
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 21
Deploying PHP apps to DigitalOcean with Deploybot
Bruno Skvorc visually guides you through setting up a DigitalOcean droplet and deploying a PHP app to it with DeployBot
Nicola Pietroluongo, Jun 19
Introduction to Chain of Responsibility
Nicola Pietroluongo explains the concept of Chain of Responsibility in a down-to-earth manner, backing it up with examples.
Parham Doustdar, Jun 17
Popular Users per Language and Region with Silex and Github
Parham Doustdar builds a leaderboard app with Silex and Github's API in which you can easily find out the most popular users of a language in a region
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 15
Boxing up your Apps as Phars Quickly and Easily with Box
Bruno wrote a quick tutorial on boxing up apps as Phar archives and distributing them as executable bins via Composer
Younes Rafie, Jun 12
Exploring Github's Public Events with PHP and Google BigQuery
Younes Rafie explores Github's Public Event data through Google BigQuery, and builds a demo PHP app around it for checking project popularity. Check it out!
Daniel Sipos, Jun 10
Multiple Editors per Node in Drupal 7
Danny guides you through adding new functionality to Drupal - support for several editors per single node, but without access to others of the same type
Christopher Thomas, Jun 09
Real-time Apps with Laravel 5.1 and Event Broadcasting
Laravel 5.1 is here! Chris explains what event broadcasting is and demonstrates how to use it to build a real-time Laravel 5.1 app with Pusher!
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 07
Re-introducing Vagrant: The Right Way to Start with PHP
Bruno Skvorc reintroduces Vagrant driven development in a post that covers the theory behind it - the what, the why, and the how.
Taylor Ren, Jun 05
Building a Custom Twig Filter the TDD Way
Taylor Ren shows you how easy it is to build a custom Symfony2 Twig filter, all while using PHPUnit to respect TDD practices.
Miguel Ibarra Romero, Jun 03
PHP Authorization with JWT (JSON Web Tokens)
Miguel Ibarra explains what JWTs are and how they can be used instead of sessions to authenticate your users via API calls
Nick Salloum, Jun 01
Record Retrieval and Pagination in Bolt CMS
Nick goes in depth with Bolt CMS, implementing custom content types along with their pagination and single record views. You won't believe how easy it is!
Shivam Mamgain, May 29
SQLite 3 Beyond the Basics
Shivam dives deeper into SQLite after introducing you to the basics the last time around. This time, we look at transactions, queries, aliases and more.
Jamie Shields, May 27
Pagination with jQuery, AJAX and PHP
Jamie Shields dives into effective pagination techniques with jQuery and Ajax in PHP using the Silex framework for the sake of simplicity
Bruno Skvorc, May 25
Mastering Composer - Tips and Tricks
Bruno Skvorc compiles a list of Composer tips and tricks for efficient workflows.
Nick Salloum, May 22
CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) in a Laravel App
Nick Salloum adds CRUD functionality to a previously bootstrapped Laravel application. See how simple it is to get going with real life projects!
Nick Salloum, May 20
Bootstrapping a Laravel CRUD Project
Nick Salloum bootstraps a new Laravel CRUD project in this tutorial, laying the foundation for the next part in which CRUD features get added.
Younes Rafie, May 18
YouTube Videos in PHP: Categories, Search and Suggestions
Following up on his previous post, Younes Rafie implements searching and categories into his Youtube Laravel application.
Daniel Sipos, May 15
Using Ajax Forms in Drupal 8
Design & UX
Byron Houwens, May 15
When Bad UX Turns Good
How can a product make what seem to be classic UX no-no's but still find extraordinary success? Byron investigates.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, May 13
Userstyles, 'Molly Guards' and Idiot-Proofing the Web
Designers always know how they think the web should work. Userstyles are the best way to re-engineer your internet just the way you like it.