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Mastobot: For your Fediverse PHP posting needs - Larry Garfield

Mastobot: For your Fediverse PHP posting needs Like much of the world I've been working to migrate off of Twitter to Mastodon and the rest of the Fediverse. Along with a new network is the need for new automation tools, and I've taken this opportunity to scratch my own itch and finally build an auto-posting bot for my own needs. And...

Knex (with MySQL) had a very scary SQL injection - Evert Pot

Knex recently released a new version this week (2.4.0). Before this version, Knex had a pretty scary SQL injection. Knex currently has 1.3 million weekly downloads and is quite popular. The security bug is probably one of the worst SQL injections I’ve seen in recent memory, especially considering the scope and popularity. If you want...

Xdebug Update: December 2022 - Derick Rethans

Xdebug Update: December 2022 London, UK Tuesday, January 10th 2023, 09:06 GMT In this monthly update I explain what happened with Xdebug development in this past month. These are normally published on the first Tuesday on or after the 5th of each month. Patreon and GitHub supporters will get it...

I wish JSON5 was more popular - Evert Pot

As developers we write a lot of code, but we also deal with a lot of configuration files. The three major formats I tend to use day to day are: JSON YAML .env And, they all kinda suck. JSON feels like it should never have become a format that people hand-write. So many quotes, and and configuration files need comments...

Migrating from self-hosted in Kubernetes Databases to managed hosted at Digital Ocean or the story of how I started working on Opportunistic TLS in ReactPHP - Cees-Jan Kiewiet

One of the things I’ve been planning for months, is to move my self-hosted Redis, PostgreSQL, and MySQL servers from hosting it inside my Kubernetes cluster to managed hosted at DigitalOcean. At $15 each, I would have to save at least $45 on Kubernetes cluster resources (nodes and volumes) by moving them. In the end, I succeeded at that and probably...

Running Lando on GitHub Actions - Larry Garfield

Running Lando on GitHub Actions Submitted by Larry on 30 December 2022 - 4:33pm At the $dayjob, I am working to have us adopt Lando as a development tool. Lando is a docker-compose abstraction layer that simplifies building standard development environments, such...

Upgrading PHP upgrades - Larry Garfield

Upgrading PHP upgrades Submitted by Larry on 9 December 2022 - 3:50pm PHP 8.2 was released on 8 December, to much fanfare. And, as always, to much wailing and gnashing of teeth about how the PHP language is evolving too quickly and breaking everyone's code. More...

Xdebug Update: November 2022 - Derick Rethans

Xdebug Update: November 2022 London, UK Tuesday, December 6th 2022, 09:06 GMT In this monthly update I explain what happened with Xdebug development in this past month. These are normally published on the first Tuesday on or after the 5th of each month. Patreon and GitHub supporters will get it...

Goodbye Twitter - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

This is a long, personal post. tl;dr: I'm leaving Twitter. You can find me in the Fediverse as @matthew@mwop.net. In the beginning I started using Twitter because of ZendCon 2007. Cal Evans had the idea that if folks attending the conference were to tweet about it, those who were unable to attend would get an idea of what the conference was about,...

PHP 8.2.0 RC7 available for testing - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP team is pleased to announce the release of PHP 8.2.0, RC 7. This is the seventh release candidate, continuing the PHP 8.2 release cycle, the rough outline of which is specified in the PHP Wiki. For source downloads of PHP 8.2.0, RC 7 please visit the download page. Please carefully test this version and report any issues found in the bug reporting...

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