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The Best Flexbox Resources

Flexbox is unbelieveable – it’s not only making complex layouts easier to build, it’s starting to push the limits of what we can do in the browser and in turn makes us better designers. Yeah it’s a bit hard to learn. Yeah there are bugs. Yeah the API is funky. Quit your belly achin’ — spend an afternoon learning …

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Written by Wes Bos - - Aggregated on Thursday April 14, 2016


Experience With Immigration Fraud

As you may know, I organize a conference that gets many international speakers and attendees. Although many of them have no issue travelling to Canada, some require a travel visa, which means that the Canadian embassy in their country will grant them permission for a temporary stay. Citizens of some countries have an …

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Written by Anna Filina - - Aggregated on Wednesday April 13, 2016


Easy Multi-Language Twig Apps with Gettext

There are many approaches for adding new languages to your application’s UI. Though some userland solutions like symfony/translation are arguably simpler to use, they’re slower than the good old native gettext by an order of several magnitudes. In this tutorial, we’ll modify an English-only application to use …

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Written by Sitepoint - - Aggregated on Wednesday April 13, 2016


Breaking Badly

If you're not running PHP 7 already, you are either crazy, or else your unit tests rely on software that I wrote for PHP 5 ... uopz . uopz is a runtime hacking extension of the runkit and scary stuff genre. When I first wrote uopz, PHP 5 was almost in a state of equilibrium. There were minor changes effecting the …

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Written by Krakjoe - - Aggregated on Wednesday April 13, 2016


Moltin API

I want to introduce you guys to an awesome e-commerce API called Moltin . It takes out so much hard work when it comes to creating an e-commerce platform and I have been working with the API to try and create an open source Laravel e-commerce platform which utilises the Moltin API as the core part of the app. I …

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Written by Michael Brooks - RSS Feed - - Aggregated on Wednesday April 13, 2016


Code Smart will arrive this month

Hey there code wranglers! I think it's about time I gave you fine folk another update on how Code Smart is coming along. I've been working hard over the last months to get Code Smart in a shape that's fit for release. My previous titles have released in simple form, and have built into grand epics over time. …

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Written by Dayle Rees - - Aggregated on Tuesday April 12, 2016


PSR-7 and Session Cookies

One of the great things about PHP is its session handling capabilities. One call to session_start() and a huge amount of heavy lifting is done for you. It’s a great aid when writing page scripts. However, as you start to need finer control over the HTTP response in your project, some of the automatic session …

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Written by Paul M. Jones - - Aggregated on Tuesday April 12, 2016


Simple Access Control for CakePHP3

The newest version of CakePHP doesn't ship with built in ACL, which means you need to write your own. Personally I think this is a smart move, having looked at the one-size-fits-all solutions for previous versions of the framework and knowing that every system has different requirements, this version has good hooks …

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Written by Lorna Jane - - Aggregated on Monday April 11, 2016


Simple Access Control for CakePHP3

The newest version of CakePHP doesn't ship with built in ACL, which means you need to write your own. Personally I think this is a smart move, having looked at the one-size-fits-all solutions for previous versions of the framework and knowing that every system has different requirements, this version has good hooks …

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Written by Lorna Jane - - Aggregated on Monday April 11, 2016


Simple Access Control for CakePHP3

The newest version of CakePHP doesn't ship with built in ACL, which means you need to write your own. Personally I think this is a smart move, having looked at the one-size-fits-all solutions for previous versions of the framework and knowing that every system has different requirements, this version has good hooks …

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Written by Lorna Jane - - Aggregated on Monday April 11, 2016