Tag Archives: PHP 7

Using Assertions with (Legacy) PHP Code

While it was not much advised to use assertions (the assert PHP language construct) prior to PHP 7 due to the fact that it actually eval’ed a string’ed code, these days are gone. This is probably a lesser known fact with … Continue reading

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Lazy Loading in PHP Object Composition

When it comes to nicely performing PHP scripts (yes in PHP these are all scripts as PHP code is run-time) there is a nice addition since PHP 7 named the Null coalescing operator which plays very well with the basic nature … Continue reading

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History of the PHP date timezone settings warning

Now with the newborn elefant PHP 7 in the herd, there is a lift on the date timezone settings warning: it has just been removed. That means, it’s now that you need to take care in the server’s configuration that … Continue reading

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Linting PHP Files in Parallel on Travis

With PHP 7 around the corner here is a small tip how you can at least lint the code in your project to be PHP 7 syntax compatible. That allows you to easier obtain forward-compatible PHP code with ease. So … Continue reading

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