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Xdebug Update: December 2021 - Derick Rethans

Xdebug Update: December 2021 London, UK Tuesday, January 11th 2022, 08:54 GMT In this monthly update 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, around the...

Hello 2022! - Evert Pot

Yesterday I received an email from a reader asking ‘Are you ok?’. It’s been nearly 8 months since the last time I wrote here. In that last post I celebrated blogging on this website for 15 years with some consistency, so perhaps it’s a bit ironic for that to be immediately followed by complete silence. The last big gap in blogging for...

Advent of Functional PHP: Review - Larry Garfield

Advent of Functional PHP: Review Over the last few weeks, I've been following Advent of Code 2021, using Functional PHP as an approach. It's been a fun and educational process, at least for me and apparently for a few other people, at least given how popular the articles have been. For reference, the full list of articles in this series...

Advent of Functional PHP: Day 10 - Larry Garfield

Advent of Functional PHP: Day 10 For the 10th Day of Advent of Code, we're asked to solve a matching braces problem. This is a common parser exercise, but it's made a bit more complex in this case by using multiple types of braces. Specifically, we're handling a series of lines that contain ( and ), but also and >, [ and ], and...

Advent of Functional PHP: Day 9 - Larry Garfield

Advent of Functional PHP: Day 9 Submitted by Larry on 23 December 2021 - 11:21am Day 9 of this year's Advent of Code revolves around grid interpretation. Specifically, we are given a grid of numbers and want to find the low points, that is, the numbers that are...

PHP 8.1 lays new ground on Platform.sh - platform.sh

Just days after its official release, we are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of PHP 8.1 for all Grid plans projects. The new PHP foundation releases a new main version every year at the very end of November, and It’s some kind of early Christmas for us developers and application makers. Sparks and acceleration PHP 8.1 comes with many...

Advent of Functional PHP: Day 8 - Larry Garfield

Advent of Functional PHP: Day 8 Advent of Code Day 8 was, to put it mildly, a pain in the ass. There's a couple of reasons for that. It's a naturally tricky problem, it's hard to genericize, and it's explained fairly badly. It took a while but with some help from others I was finally able to figure out (and refactor to) a good, functional...

Interview with The PHP Foundation - Voices of the ElePHPant

Listen and hosts Cal Evans and Khayrattee Wasseem talk with Sara Golemon, Joe Watkins, and Sebastian Bergmann about the newly formed PHP Foundation. @ThePHPF Show Notes The PHP Foundation on Twitter PHP Foundation on Open Collective Avoiding Busses 2 – 1 Who pays for PHP? Sebastian Bergmann on Twitter Joe Watkins on Twitter...

PHP Internals News: Episode 96: User Defined Operator Overloads - Derick Rethans

PHP Internals News: Episode 96: User Defined Operator Overloads London, UK Thursday, December 16th 2021, 09:24 GMT In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Jordan LeDoux (GitHub) about the "User Defined Operator Overloads" RFC. The RSS feed for this podcast is https://derickrethans.nl/feed-phpinternalsnews.xml,...

async & await at the edge with ReactPHP - Cees-Jan Kiewiet

PHP 8.1 is out and the hip new feature for non-blocking and asynchronous programming in PHP are fibers. In this post we're going to explore them and see how we at ReactPHP will start with them at the edge. Photo by Dids from Pexels

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