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Managing Private Dependencies

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Aggregated on Monday October 16, 2017 - Permalink

By Andrew Cassell This article was published in the October 2017 issue of php[architect] magazine. You can see how it looks as part of the magazine in the Free Article PDF . Check out our subscription options to become one today. We have digital and print options starting at $4.99 per month. Using Composer and a private package server is the most efficient way to manage private dependenc…

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Composing Software – October 2017

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Aggregated on Monday October 2, 2017 - Permalink

Managing Software Dependencies In this Issue Composing Software includes articles on: Managing Private Dependencies by Andrew Cassell. Alain Schlesser writes about Uncommon Ab(Uses) of Composer . Read about Building Software that Lasts by Susanne Moog. Continue Building Software that Lasts by Edward Barnard. Download Your Copy In Education Station , Matthew …

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Episode 1: Who Goes There

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Aggregated on Tuesday August 22, 2017 - Permalink

Welcome Welcome to the first episode of the php[podcast], a new podcast from us at php[architect]. We hope you’ll enjoy listening to learn about the latest issue of the magazine, upcoming conferences, and interviews with our contributors.  In this episode, we take a look at the August issue and the topic of authentication and authorization in web applications. Topics Oscar Merida talks …

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Episode 2: Embracing Change

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Aggregated on Tuesday September 19, 2017 - Permalink

Welcome Welcome to the second episode of the php[podcast]. In this episode, we take a look at the September 2017 issue and the topic of managing changes both in your application and career. Topics Oscar Merida discusses version control and testing as tools to manage project changes. Eric and John look inside the September issue. An interview with Ben Ramsey about PHP TestFest A …

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Community Corner: PHP TestFest Has Returned!

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Aggregated on Friday September 22, 2017 - Permalink

By James Titcumb This article was published in the September 2017 issue of php[architect] magazine. You can see how it looks as part of the magazine in the Free Article PDF . Check out our subscription options to become one today. We have digital and print options starting at $4.99 per month. There is a new movement in the PHP community! Well, it isn’t exactly new, but an event called …

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Generating an Autoloader for a Legacy PHP Codebase

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Aggregated on Wednesday September 6, 2017 - Permalink

If you’ve inherited a legacy code base, you may find it does not use an autoloader and has an idiosyncratic directory and file hierarchy for its Classes, Interfaces or Traits. Worse yet, it might not use name spaces consistently or at all. So you can’t use a PSR-4 —or even PSR-0—autoloader with your code. Well, why do you need an autoloader anyway. You’re doing fine with require_once and …

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