Miguel Ibarra Romero, Jul 25
Using Guzzle with Twitter via Oauth
A tutorial on how you can use OAuth to authenticate Guzzle with Twitter and make it into a Twitter client - uses Guzzle's own Oauth adapter
Vito Tardia, Jul 23
Build a REST API from Scratch – Implementation
An in depth implementation guide to building a REST API from scratch, while adhering to best practices in API design.
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.
Vito Tardia, Jul 21
Build a REST API from Scratch - An Introduction
Go in depth on building a REST API from scratch, while adhering to best practices in API design. Learn how to build REST apps like a pro.
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 16
A First Look at OroCRM and Extending with Bundles
We take a look at OroCRM and extend it with some Symfony bundles. See how you can harness the power of Oro and tweak it to fit your needs!
Francesco Malatesta, Jul 11
Getting Started with FluentPDO
Francesco Malatesta introduces you to FluentPDO - a small and simple PDO library built to solve your data manipulation needs. See what it can do.
Rakhitha Nimesh, Jul 10
Paginating Real-Time Data with Cursor Based Pagination
Rakhitha Nimesh dissects, explains and implements real time data pagination with cursor based pagination
Hugo Giraudel, Jul 08
Semantic Versioning: Why You Should Be Using it
Hugo looks at a logical solution for version number: SemVer, a new way to bump up version numbers in software development projects.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 08
First Look at Themosis, a Framework for WordPress Developers
Themosis is a new plugin for WordPress which enables MVC-powered plugin development for WP with rigid Laravel-like structure
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 06
0xDBE: A First Look
0xDBE is a new tool by JetBrains made to solve all our database management problems. Soon, we'll be able to leave Workbench behind and work without crashes!
Daniel Sipos, Jul 05
The Drupal 8 version of EntityFieldQuery
Danny Sipos covers the Drupal 8 version of EntityFieldQuery in depth, explaining the differences from Drupal 7 and demonstrating its use.
Craig Buckler, Jul 04
Is Your Browser Your Next IDE?
Mozilla is placing a web editor directly inside the Firefox development tools. Craig discusses whether it's a great idea or a return to browser bloat?
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 04
13 Steps to Get eZ Publish 5.x to Work on Homestead
Is it possible to get eZ Publish up and running in a Vagrant box hosted on Windows? Let's find out.
Richo Healey, Jul 02
How do you track down a transient segfault in a system like Varnish? Join us down the rabbit hole
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, Jul 01
How to Install Xdebug with PHPStorm and Vagrant
Here's how you get XDebug to work though PHPStorm across a Vagrant layer all the way to your PHP app. Don't let virtual machines impede your debugging!
M. David Green, Jun 30
Using Regular Expressions to Check String Length
Learn how to use regular expressions in your coding, and you will discover a wide range of uses. Here's how to use them to check string length.
Shaumik Daityari, Jun 30
15 Little-Known Unix Commands
Shaumik describes 15 unix terminal commands that you may never have used before or even heard of.
Matthew Setter, Jun 28
Arrays, Slices and Basic OOP in Go
Matthew Setter covers Arrays, Slices and Basic OOP in Go. They're different from what you're used to in dynamic languages, but very powerful.
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 24
Stress-test your PHP App with ApacheBench
Stress-test your app with ApacheBench - a tool designed to nuke your application with as many requests as you tell it to - see how strong your server is.
Shaumik Daityari, Jun 24
Using .htaccess to Prevent Web Scraping
Shaumik looks at ways to use .htaccess directives to prevent bots from scraping your content, and how these methods might be combated by the scrapers.