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PHP 8.0.0 Beta 4 available for testing - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP team is pleased to announce the seventh testing release of PHP 8.0.0, Beta 4. This point in the release cycle would normally be RC1, however we're still finalizing development of the JIT and squaring away named arguments, so we've opted for an extra beta release with plans to start the RC cycle in two weeks. At this time, we're not planning...

PHP Internals News: Episode 68: Observer API - Derick Rethans

PHP Internals News: Episode 68: Observer API London, UK Thursday, September 17th 2020, 09:31 BST In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Levi Morrison (Twitter, GitHub) and Sammy Kaye Powers (Twitter, GitHub, Website) about the new Observer API. The RSS feed for this podcast is https://derickrethans.nl/feed-phpinternalsnews.xml,...

Interview with Dave Delaney - Voices of the ElePHPant

@davedelaney Show Notes Networking for Nice People Dave Delaney Dave Delany's blog Dave Delaney on LinkedIn Audio This episode is sponsored by RingCentral Developers The post Interview with Dave Delaney appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

PHP on the road to the 8.0.0 release - Remi Collet

Version 8.0.0 Beta 3 is released. It's now enter the stabilisation phase for the developers, and the test phase for the users. RPM are available in the remi-php80 repository for Fedora ≥ 31 and Enterprise Linux ≥ 7 (RHEL, CentOS), or in the php:remi-8.0 stream,  and as Software Collection in the remi-safe repository (or remi for Fedora)   The...

Building the next generation react/http PSR-15 adapter - Cees-Jan Kiewiet

Two and a half years ago I wrote how to use RecoilPHP to create a PSR-15 middleware adapter for react/http using coroutines, monkey patching, and autoloader hijacking. Today there is a followup on that without any coroutines, monkey patching, and autoloader hijacking. But using ext-parallel instead, react-parallel/psr-15-adapter was created.

Ketting v6: Using Hypermedia APIs with React - Evert Pot

We just released Ketting 6. This is the accumulation of about a year of learning on how to better integrate REST APIs with frontend frameworks, in particular React. It’s packed with new features such as local state management, new caching strategies, (client-side) middleware support and change events. It’s also the first release that has...

A simple recipe for framework decoupling - Matthias Noback

If you want to write applications that are maintainable in the long run, you have to decouple from your framework, ORM, HTTP client, etc. because your application will outlive all of them. Three simple rules To accomplish framework decoupling you only have to follow these simple rules: All services should get all their dependencies...

Interview with Olatunbosun Egberinde - Voices of the ElePHPant

@bosunski Show Notes PHP Sandbox Olatunbosun Egberinde on Github From Zero to Ciroue: Introducing an Online Code Sandbox for PHP Audio This episode is sponsored by RingCentral Developers The post Interview with Olatunbosun Egberinde appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Xdebug Update: August 2020 - Derick Rethans

Xdebug Update: August 2020 London, UK Tuesday, September 8th 2020, 09:44 BST Another monthly update where I explain what happened with Xdebug development in this past month. These will be published on the first Tuesday after the 5th of each month. Patreon and GitHub supporters will get it earlier, on the...

Violating the Dependency rule - Matthias Noback

I write about design rules a lot, but I sometimes forget to: Mention that these rules can't always be applied, Describe when that would be the case, and Add examples of situations where the rule really doesn't matter. The rules should work in most cases, but sometimes need to be "violated". Which is too strong a word anyway. When someone...

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