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Chance Garcia's Blog: TEKX Tutorials - Best Practices & Being the Bad Guy
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 19 Mai 2010 8:58 | 1452 accesari

The TEKX conference is now in full swing and one attendee, Chance Garcia has already shared some of what he's learned at the tutorial days - being the bad guy and best practices.

Chance Garcia was in the "Bad Guy For a Day" session given by Arne Blankerts

This will be interesting since this will be stream of thought on the tutorial as it goes on. [...] Remember to secure your infrastructure. Anecdote about a setup with default root of database was given. Keep in mind how you train users. Example error alerts training people to accept errors as ok and to click through.

He "live blogs" the rest of the session that mentions infrastructure issues, user interface problems and some of the more popular attack vectors.

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Court Ewing's Blog: PHP Integration with Salesforce CRM
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 19 Mai 2010 8:27 | 1426 accesari

In a new post to his blog Court Ewing takes a look at integrating your PHP application with one of the most popular and powerful CRM solutions out there, Salesforce.

If your primary clientele is small to medium business owners, as I imagine is the case for most professional developers these days, chances are you have developed custom applications that interact with Salesforce CRM. For those of you that have not had the delight of integrating with Salesforce, let's walk through the most common integration techniques.

He starts with the Force.com web services and shows how to generate your WSDL, get your security token for requests and gives some example code that uses both to test the login. He follows this with examples of the five methods that are a "must know" for anyone using the API - upsert, retrieve, getUpdated, delete, getDeleted. He throws in a few "gotchas" at th

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Community News: Latest Releases from PHPClasses.org
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 19 Mai 2010 7:00 | 1335 accesari

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Mark Story's Blog: CakePHP and PHPUnit
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 18 Mai 2010 12:51 | 1353 accesari

According to this new post from Mark Story (and this article on The Bakery) the CakePHP project has moved away from simpletest as their testing tool of choice and has picked up PHPUnit.

In the recent bakery article concerning the ongoing development of CakePHP 2.0. The already underway migration from SimpleTest to PHPUnit was introduced. I wanted to go into some of the reasons and motivations for that decision as well as explain some of the long term benefits.

He lists some of their thoughts behind making the move including the fact that SimpleTest isn't E_STRICT compliant and that the i

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DealTaker Blog: PHP & MongoDB Sitting in a Tree: Part 1
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 18 Mai 2010 11:37 | 1465 accesari

On the DealTaker blog there's a recent post aiming to help you make the transition between a more traditional MySQL relational database structure over to one of the currently popular NoSQL databases MongoDB.

OK I'm going to assume you know what MongoDB is, so I'm not going to go over "what mongoDB is" or "what NoSQL is". I'm going to do this series in a little different styling than my other tutorial series have been, so let just jump right in.

He links you to two resources, getting Mongo installed and the extension for PHP that you can use to connect your applications to it. After that, it's all code examples showing a side-by-side comparison of the MySQL version and the MongoDB version of everyt

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Zend Developer Zone: Announcing May's ZF Bug Hunting Days
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 18 Mai 2010 10:19 | 1285 accesari

The Zend Developer Zone has a new post from Ralph Schindler about this month's (May) Zend Framework Bug Hunt Days happening this Thursday and Friday, the 20th and 21st.

It's that time of the month again! Thursday and Friday, 20-21 May 2010, Zend Framework will host its monthly bug hunt. For those of you unfamiliar with the event, each month, we organize the community to help reduce the number of open issues reported against the framework. Past events have netted over a 100 issues closed in just two days. We'd like to see that kind of momentum in this week's bug hunt. Whether they are big bugs or small bugs, remember: all bugs worthy of being squashed.

Whether it's work

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Maarten Balliauw's Blog: Extension methods for PHP
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 18 Mai 2010 9:41 | 1215 accesari

In his most recent blog post Maarten Balliauw proposes an idea of something to be included into PHP that .NET developers are used to as commonplace in their language - extension methods.

For the PHP-related audience, this is probably something new. Let's start with the official definition for extension methods: Extension methods enable you to "add" methods to existing types without creating a new derived type, recompiling, or otherwise modifying the original type. Extension methods are a special kind of static method, but they are called as if they were instance methods on the extended type.

He gives a code example of the concept, showing how you could add this sort of functionality to a PHP class with the help of the __call magic method and some of the

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Giorgio Sironi's Blog: Expert PHP 5 Tools review
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 18 Mai 2010 8:29 | 1199 accesari

Giorgio Sironi has posted a new review of one of the recent PHP-related books from Packt Publishing - Expert PHP 5 Tools - written by Dirk Merkel. The book covers some of the tools that developers can use to get their jobs done better and faster.

The book I'm reviewing today is Expert PHP 5 Tools, which in the last month has gained a lot of momentum in the blogosphere. [...] I'm not severe on this type of readings, because I always have to remember that a book is a starting point: you have to actually use the practices described here and gain experience to be effective. Thus, if you are a project manager which wants to really empower his developers instead of limiting them, check out this book.

He mentions some of the topics covered in this "starting point" book like unit testing, version control, open source frameworks, deployment technologies and an i

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Registry Classes in Action with Late Static Bindings in PHP 5.3
Sursa: http://www.devshed.com/ | Marti 18 Mai 2010 8:00 | 1377 accesari

In this second part of the series, I show you how useful late static bindings can be for dealing with a hierarchy of classes in static environments. In this case, the classes that compose that hierarchy are simple implementations of the registry design pattern, but this feature can be utilized in different situations and yield similar results.
- The release of PHP 5.3.0 a few months ago put a big smile on the face of many developers. This major upgrade of the language has been packaged with some new and exciting features that allow you to build more robust and reliable applications, particularly when using the object-oriented paradigm. By ...
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Community News: Latest PECL Releases for 05.18.2010
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Marti 18 Mai 2010 7:05 | 1313 accesari

Latest PECL Releases:
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Announcing May's ZF Bug Hunting Days
Sursa: http://www.zend.com | Luni 17 Mai 2010 21:24 | 1238 accesari

It's that time of the month again! Thursday and Friday, 20-21 May 2010, Zend Framework will host its monthly bug hunt. For those of you unfamiliar with the event, each month, we organize the community to help reduce the number of open issues reported against the framework. Past events have netted over a 100 issues closed in just two days. We'd like to see that kind of momentum in this week's bug hunt. Whether they are big bugs or small bugs, remember: all bugs worthy of being squashed.
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Joining on range? Wrong!
Sursa: http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com | Luni 17 Mai 2010 18:39 | 1422 accesari

The problem I am going to describe is likely to be around since the very beginning of MySQL, however unless you carefully analyse and profile your queries, it might easily go unnoticed. I used it as one of the examples in our talk given at phpDay.it conference last week to demonstrate some pitfalls one may [...]
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The Register: Exam board deletes C and PHP from CompSci A-levels
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Luni 17 Mai 2010 17:17 | 1926 accesari

According to this new article from The Register, the C and PHP languages will no longer be taught as a part of the A-Levels computer science course materials.

A-level computer science students will no longer be taught C, C# or PHP from next year following a decision to withdraw the languages by the largest exam board. Schools teaching the Assessment and Qualifications Alliance's (AQA) COMP1 syllabus have been asked to use one of its other approved languages - Java, Pascal/Delphi, Python 2.6, Python 3.1, Visual Basic 6 and VB.Net 2008. The final resits allowing work in C, C# and PHP will be held in June 2011.

According to this document and the AQA, the change is a response to the lack of momentum of some of the other approv

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Test.icial.ly Blog: Why are interfaces widely ignored in the PHP world...
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Luni 17 Mai 2010 16:09 | 1269 accesari

In a new post to the test.icial.ly blog today Christian looks at interfaces in PHP and why they seem to be ignored in a lot of the development work being done.

Every once in a while I stumble upon interfaces or somebody mentions them to me. Whenever this happens I realise that the use of Interfaces as an OOP key feature in PHP is next to none at all. But why is that?

They note that, while interfaces are used all over projects in other languages, it seems like PHP development has steered away from their use. They defi

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Ibuildings Blog: The ElePHPant Challenge - Winners and Results
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Luni 17 Mai 2010 15:56 | 1329 accesari

Ibuildings has officially wrapped up their "Elephpant Challenge" contest they were holding to solve a routing problem that involved a globe-trotting PHP ElePHPant. Their latest post (from Ivo Jansch) reveals the results.

Contestants had to write a script that calculated the shortest route for the Elephpant. The contest has several side goals: entries were not not only validated against the given landmarks and a second secret set of landmarks, they also were scored based on their performance, code complexity and code size.

The shorted route, found using the Haversine Formula, involved stops in Mexico City, Cupertino, Hawaii and the Tower of Pisa. The winner for the Medium category was Andy Thompson with an average of 10 landmarks with 38 lines of code (in 333 seconds). The

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