Category Archives: Pressed

Just a little follow up to Your Guide to Composer in WordPress as I was stumbling over while surfing (and equally short just for the log): Bryan Petty (tierra) was so kind to mirror the WordPress Source/Development branch on Github, … Continue reading

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Ircmaxell’s Rambling On Internals

Ircmaxell’s Rambling On Internals raises a very important point about the use of RFCs in the PHP community and the problem they have been introduced as a tool to only negotiate – not solve – the problems of the PHP … Continue reading

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Free The Cuban Five! 12. September 2013

Especially for our German speaking visitors: Unterstützen und Verbreiten – spitzenaktion.de. And for our US-visitors: Miami, FL, Sept. 8 | Washington, DC, Sept. 12 (White House) | Washington, DC, Sep 13 (University of the District of Columbia Law School) http://www.freethefive.org/calendar.htm

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Greeting, Greetings and the GreetingFactory

Just stumbled over: If you ask Is this correct object oriented programing in php? and then get an answer from Gordon, well, see for yourself. (via)

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The Sky. The Universe. The Missing Unit Tests

Out there in the Universe. Now comparisons get Epic Pictures when it comes to WordPress and Unit Tests: Beta Sagittae. via The Loop. Reminded me of Development By The Numbers – Slides (May 2013; by ircmaxell) having also nice comparisons … Continue reading

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Your Guide to Composer in WordPress and there is WordPress Packagist. I only knew about Composer Installers (incl. WordPress ones) so far.

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The Negative Influence of WordPress on PHP

The current The TIOBE Programming Community Index for July 2013 shows an increase for PHP, gaining grounds fast and as an ongoing trend over the last year: If compared to January 2013, PHP is the fastest climber with an increase … Continue reading

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Atomic deploys at Etsy

Atomic deploys at Etsy

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Mitigating XPath Injection Attacks in PHP

PHP has two libxml based extensions that allow to execute XPath 1.0 expressions: DOM (by the DOMXPath class) and SimpleXML (with its xpath() method). Both extensions are prone to XPath Injection Attacks, a common attack form. Albeit all this, and … Continue reading

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SimpleXML and JSON Encode in PHP – Part III and End

The previous two parts (Part I; Part II) did outline PHP’s standard behaviour when JSON encoding a SimpleXMLElement with json_encode(). As outlined this does not always fits the encoding needs and for some potential problems some workarounds have been showed. … Continue reading

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SimpleXML and JSON Encode in PHP – Part II

In the previous post (Part I) I was giving a little overview for common woes turning a SimpleXMLElement into JSON when XML structural information is available that JSON is not capable to encode easily. The explanations given there were intended … Continue reading

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SimpleXML and JSON Encode in PHP – Part I

With SimpleXMLElement it is often easy and looks like a very quick way to turn some XML into JSON. But not everything in PHP that has an easy interface works out of the box. In this three part series I’ll … Continue reading

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PHP: XPath on HTML and XHTML

Christan Weiske has published a nice summarizing article with the same title. It contains some detailed information I haven’t found so far on the web so worth the link: PHP: XPath on HTML and XHTML. It also reminds me of … Continue reading

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PHP on Google App Engine – Quick First Review

This is fresh out of the news (Ars; Wired; WHIR; VB), and what Google wants to offer looks like a very cool package. So if you hadn’t had the time to view the video, here is a quick summary and … Continue reading

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Event-driven PHP – Igor Wiedler

Nice talk by Igor at TakeOff 2013: Event-driven PHP – Igor Wiedler.

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The Greatest PHP Value

Just two days ago I asked a PHP-quiz-question in the chatroom on Stackoverflow, something along the lines: PHP: Which one is greatest? PHP has a comparison operator to compare if one value is greater than the other (>). Which one … Continue reading

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The Annotated XML Specification (by Tim Bray; 1998)

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Late Static Bindings in PHP Callbacks

No idea if this is ever useful, but just found this not documented in the PHP manual so far (and the Callbacks entry looks already chaotic so I don’t edit it right now): You can write callbacks of static class … Continue reading

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SymfonyLive San Francisco 2012 – David Zuelke – Designing HTTP Interfaces and RESTful Web Services

SymfonyLive San Francisco 2012 – David Zuelke – Designing HTTP Interfaces and RESTful Web Services

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Dive Into HTML5

Dive Into HTML5 (by Mark Pilgrim with contributions from others)

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