Tag Archives: Design-Pattern

PHP MVC with Tom Butler

In the PHP chat a link got passed around (see “Deploying MVC on the web” below) and I thought it’s worth to link the multiple MVC related articles by Tom Butler. He is one of those persons who actually leave … Continue reading

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The “Missing” Patterns of the PHP Manual

Gladly some pattern code has been removed from the PHP Manual. Not so gladly, it’s just gone, including user comments. The not so good part of the story is, that the two patterns that were given in the manual page … Continue reading

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The Daily Mistake: Not to Proxy Remote Services

“Just gimme a min, I glue that HTTP based remote service in.” – Whether the standard file_get_contents + Json *bam* or complete SOAP, a developer should have the time to wrap each (remote) data-source inside it’s own interface that is … Continue reading

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Resign Patterns – Ailments of Unsuitable Project-Disoriented Software

Resign Patterns – Ailments of Unsuitable Project-Disoriented Software; by Michael Duell

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WordPress drops PHP 4 in Q1 2011

Introduced under a smaller flag of taking care for testing, a new direction slipped into wordpress developement: To drop PHP 4 and switch over to PHP 5.2 as a minimum requirement for wordpress. Opinion leader Andrew Nacin made the igniting … Continue reading

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