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PHPBuilder.com: A Sanity-saving Debugging Solution for Your PHP Development
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 21:22 | 343 accesari

On PHPBuilder.com today there's a new tutorial talking about a handy tool that can save your sanity when debugging your applications - XDebug.

While this [trial and error] approach certainly has its occasional merits, there is a far more effective technique, one that I guarantee will help set you on the road of success. This approach involves using an open source debugging tool named XDebug, and in this article I'll help you get started using this powerful solution.

He walks you through the installation of the tool and how to examine the contents of an object with it. He also shows you how to viewthe superglobals and some of the other features of XDebug like function tracing and remote debugging.

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PHPBuilder.com: A Sanity-saving Debugging Solution for Your PHP Development
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 21:22 | 331 accesari

On PHPBuilder.com today there's a new tutorial talking about a handy tool that can save your sanity when debugging your applications - XDebug.

While this [trial and error] approach certainly has its occasional merits, there is a far more effective technique, one that I guarantee will help set you on the road of success. This approach involves using an opensource debugging tool named XDebug, and in this article I'll help you get started using this powerful solution.

He walks you through the installation of the tool and how to examine the contents of an object with it. He also shows you how to view the superglobals and some of the other features of XDebug like function tracing and remote debugging.

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mysql_upgrade and Innodb Tables
Sursa: http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 20:48 | 382 accesari

Upgrading from MySQL 5.0 to MySQL 5.1 or Percona Server 5.1 you may run into issues with mysql_upgrade – it will identify some tables to be upgraded and will attempt to run REPAIR TABLE for them. This will fail with “The storage engine for the table doesn’t support repair” error message. [...]
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PHPBarcelona Conference 2010 - Call for Papers is now open!
Sursa: http://www.zend.com | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 10:02 | 294 accesari

Having reached its 4th edition, the event looks back on its predecessors, specially 2009 and 2008 , which have all been an amazing success , both in attendance and in not only the quality of the topics covered and the detail in which they have been approached, but also in the fin and general good spirits that reign throughout the experience.
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Gennady Feldman's Blog:My recent learnings with Oracle Instant Client and OCI8 API
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 9:53 | 291 accesari

Gennady Feldman recently spent some time doing some upgrades on his Oracle servers and, in doing so had a chance to work with the latest release of their Instant Client and how it interacts with the OCI8 extension's API.

I was recently involved in upgrading our Application servers to the latest Oracle Instant Client 11.g (11.2.0.1) including installing the latest PHP OCI8 module (1.4.1). Currently Oracle provides binaries for Linux in RPM and ZIP(?) format. (Side note: It still puzzles me as to why Oracle uses ZIP files for Linux binaries as ZIP is common to Windows and is not always available or generally used on Linux.)

He had everything prepared for the move and thought things would go smoothly during the upgrade but was surprised by a few things - the RPMs that Oracle gives are broken, an issue on the

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Gennady Feldman's Blog:My recent learnings with Oracle Instant Client and OCI8 API
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 9:53 | 249 accesari

Gennady Feldman recently spent some time doing some upgrades on his Oracle servers and, in doing so had a chance to work with the latest release of their Instant Client and how it interacts with the OCI8 extension's API.

I was recently involved in upgrading our Application servers to the latest Oracle Instant Client 11.g (11.2.0.1) including installing the latest PHP OCI8 module (1.4.1). Currently Oracle provides binaries for Linux in RPM and ZIP(?) format. (Side note: It still puzzles me as to why Oracle uses ZIP files for Linux binaries as ZIP is common to Windows and is not always available or generally used on Linux.)

He had everything prepared for the move and thought things would go smoothly during the upgrade but was surprised by a few things - the RPMs that Oracle gives are broken, an issue on the

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Zend Developer Zone: Zend Framework Routing with XML
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 8:31 | 297 accesari

On the Zend Developer Zone today there's a new tutorial looking at creating custom routing with the help of XML for your Zend Framework application.

If you use Zend Framework you probably used the initRoutes() function in your Initializer.php to create nice URI's and creating some different routing in your application. To create a customized route for your application you can use the Zend_Controller_Router_Route class from the Zend Framework.

The tutorial shows you the code you'll need in your application, a sample XML document with some custom routes defined, the class to read it all in and the initializer to get the ball rolling.

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Zend Developer Zone: Zend Framework Routing with XML
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 8:31 | 320 accesari

On the Zend Developer Zone today there's a new tutorial looking at creating custom routing with the help of XML for your Zend Framework application.

If you use Zend Framework you probably used the initRoutes() function in your Initializer.php to create nice URI's and creating some different routing in your application. To create a customized route for your application you can use the Zend_Controller_Router_Route class from the Zend Framework.

The tutorial shows you the code you'll need in your application, a sample XML document with some custom routes defined, the class to read it all in and the initializer to get the ball rolling.

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Site News: Popular Posts for the Week of 05.14.2010
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 7:01 | 342 accesari

Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:
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Site News: Popular Posts for the Week of 05.14.2010
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Vineri 14 Mai 2010 7:01 | 267 accesari

Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:
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PHPClasses.org: Podcast Lately in PHP - Episode 1 - PHP Classes blog
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 20:27 | 303 accesari

Looks like PHPClasses.org is getting into the podcast arena with their own contribution - Lately in PHP.

This is the inaugural episode of the Lately in PHP podcast hosted by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert. It covers some of the latest latest happenings in the PHP world. This episode covers the top active PHP user groups, interview with Guilherme Blanco of the Doctrine project, finding and posting great PHP jobs, Yahoo Hack Day event, the Yahoo Query Language, Google Developer Day event, the winners of the PHP Programming Innovation Award edition of March 2010, the article about PHP developers switching from Internet Explorer and Firefox to Google Chrome, and the plans for Firefox 4.

If you'd like to listen, you can either use the in-page player or you can
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PHPClasses.org: Podcast Lately in PHP - Episode 1 - PHP Classes blog
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 20:27 | 307 accesari

Looks like PHPClasses.org is getting into the podcast arena with their own contribution - Lately in PHP.

This is the inaugural episode of the Lately in PHP podcast hosted by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert. It covers some of the latest latest happenings in the PHP world. This episode covers the top active PHP user groups, interview with Guilherme Blanco of the Doctrine project, finding and posting great PHP jobs, Yahoo Hack Day event, the Yahoo Query Language, Google Developer Day event, the winners of the PHP Programming Innovation Award edition of March 2010, the article about PHP developers switching from Internet Explorer and Firefox to Google Chrome, and the plans for Firefox 4.

If you'd like to listen, you can either use the in-page player or you can
Citeste mai mult | Comentarii (0) | Salveaza | PHPClasses.org: Podcast Lately in PHP - Episode 1 - PHP Classes blog PHPClasses.org: Podcast Lately in PHP - Episode 1 - PHP Classes blog la Digg.com 

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phpRiot.com: Zend Framework 101: Zend_Cache
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 17:43 | 262 accesari

In another in his Zend Framework 101 series of articles on phpRiot.com Quentin Zervaas sets his sights on Zend_Cache in this new tutorial.

In this article I will introduce you to the Zend_Cache component of the Zend Framework. This component is used for improving the performance of your web application by saving generated data for later reuse. [...] While the idea behind caching is straightforward, there are certain considerations and complexities to be aware of. You need to consider the type of data you want to cache and the situations in which to use it.

He covers two of the main types of caching - caching bits of data as they're generated and and caching the end result of a wh

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phpRiot.com: Zend Framework 101: Zend_Cache
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 17:43 | 298 accesari

In another in his Zend Framework 101 series of articles on phpRiot.com Quentin Zervaas sets his sights on Zend_Cache in this new tutorial.

In this article I will introduce you to the Zend_Cache component of the Zend Framework. This component is used for improving the performance of your web application by saving generated data for later reuse. [...] While the idea behind caching is straightforward, there are certain considerations and complexities to be aware of. You need to consider the type of data you want to cache and the situations in which to use it.

He covers two of the main types of caching - caching bits of data as they're generated and and caching the end result of a wh

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Brian Swan's Blog: Running WordPress on SQL Server
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 15:56 | 273 accesari

In a new post to his MSDN blog Brian Swan looks at how you can run WordPress on SQL Server:

In any case, the cat is out of the bag with this new blog: WordPress on Microsoft. Now, you might ask why the BLEEP is Microsoft doing this? But that is answered here: Why the BLEEP is Microsoft doing this? You might also ask how is Microsoft doing this? The answer to that question is here: WordPress on SQL Server: Architecture and Design. Finally, you might ask how do I do this? Again, the answer is here: Installing WordPress on SQL Server. (These guys seem to have all their b

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