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International PHP Conference |
May 25 – 29, 2020 in Berlin

5
Nov

Why you shouldn’t care about Security

In this talk and demo, Ben will show how implementing an identity provider and using OAuth and OpenID Connect can allow you to ramp up your prototypes and MVPs with more ease and to concentrate on the core purpose of the APIs , rather than the layers of security that are a must in today’s digital world.
5
Nov

DDEV-Local: One for all!

DDEV-Local developed by DRUD Technology LLC is a great solution to simplify and unify the entire local PHP development environment in teams, agencies, and communities. The open source tool is compatible with many popular CMS solutions, among others. In addition, DDEV can link the PHP programming language with the cutting-edge world of containers, DevOps and company, significantly reducing the complexities associated with it.
11
Sep

PHP: stronger than you think!

The hullabaloo against WordPress Gutenberg editor blocks being made of JavaScript and not PHP made everyone think “Is the reign of PHP over?” Well, No! At Least that is what the statistics say. W3Techs ran a report that suggests “PHP is used by 79% of all the websites with a known server-side programming language”. That is 8/10 website that you know! So, our guess is PHP is here to stay.
19
Aug

Managing development tools elegantly

Many developers store the required .phar files of the respective tools directly in the document root of the repository to escape the dependency hell [1]. That is the place you inevitably end up in if you pack the tools in the require-dev area of composer.json instead. There is however a way to not only solve this issue more elegantly, but also save storage space in your own version control system.
7
Aug

On the way to Symfony 5

The new minor version of Symfony was released at the end of May, heralding the launch of Symfony 5. In addition to big new features such as the Mailer and HTTP Client component, existing components have also been extended and improved and additional deprecations introduced; these deprecated functions will subsequently be removed in Symfony 5. Following is an overview of the most important new features.
3
Jul

PHP 5.x and PHP 7.x Security in Focus!

Since the end of 2018, PHP 5.x is no longer being supported. This means in particular that any vulnerability discovered since the beginning of January 2019 is and will remain a zero-day vulnerability - meaning there will be no patch for it. But what can we say about the security of PHP 7.x as compared to PHP 5.x?
20
Jun

Keynotes of IPC 2019 in Berlin

This year's keynotes have been as diverse as the world of Web Development itself. From HTML Treasure Hunt to PHP goes Hack migration to Social Enterprise—there is a video for everyone!
15
May

PHP functional: Elegantly get to your destination!

Functional programming is trending now. Many programming languages now provide good support for developing code functionally. PHP also contains mechanisms for functional programming. Unfortunately, other paradigms, such as good legibility or good understanding of the code, often get lost along the way; but it doesn’t have to be that way!
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Testing & Quality
An overview of the most important topics

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