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The Future of Zend Framework

Written by Matthew Weier o'Phinney / Original link on Oct. 18, 2018

For the past thirteen years, I've been either consuming Zend Framework or directly contributing to it. Since 2009, I've operated as project lead, and, since then, shepherded the version 2 and 3 releases, added Apigility to the ZF ecosystem, and helped bring middleware paradigms to the mainstream by…


Async Expressive with Swoole

Written by Matthew Weier o'Phinney / Original link on Oct. 17, 2018

Have you used Node.js? For those of my readers unfamiliar with Node.js, it's a server-side JavaScript framework that provides the ability to create, among other things, network services. To do so, it provides an event loop, which allows for such things as asynchronous processing. In the PHP ecosyst…


Notes on GraphQL

Written by Matthew Weier o'Phinney / Original link on Jul. 18, 2018

The last week has been my first foray into GraphQL, using the GitHub GraphQL API endpoints. I now have OpinionsTM. The promise is fantastic: query for everything you need, but nothing more. Get it all in one go. But the reality is somewhat... different. What I found was that you end up with a lot…


PSR-15

Written by Matthew Weier o'Phinney / Original link on Jan. 23, 2018

Yesterday, following a unanimous vote from its Core Committee, PHP-FIG formally accepted the proposed PSR-15, HTTP Server Handlers standard. This new standard defines interfaces for request handlers and middleware. These have enormous potential impact on the PHP ecosystem, as they provide standard…