Monthly Archives: July 2011

Symfony 2.0 went gold!

Symfony 2.0 released! (via Jakub Zala). Cheers! First PHP framework (and beating NGINX) delivering RFC-conform HTTP redirect messages. If you have not looked inside the code, it’s time you start reading. There is much to discover. Source is on github.

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WordPress: Vulnerability Statistics (CVE)

WordPress : Vulnerability Statistics (via CVE Details)

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Many stops equal a U+002E full stop

Many stops equal a U+002E full stop

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getallheaders available for FASTCGI in PHP 5.4

Good news. PHP 5.4 – according to docs – will support the “apache alias” getallheaders(). That means, you can get all header values of the request w/o fiddling any longer with server configuration. N1. Read On: What new feature in … Continue reading

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Why getter and setter methods are evil

Some classic read: Why getter and setter methods are evil via GetterEradicator.

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Semantic Versioning

Semantic Versioning

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Improved handling of HTTP requests in PHP

Improved handling of HTTP requests in PHP Merci beaucoup Nicolas Grekas for compiling this in-depth! Read On: getallheaders available for FASTCGI in PHP 5.4 (18 Jul 2011)

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