When facing the start of a brand new PHP application there is one decision that can’t be overlooked: which framework should you use? Theoretically, you could start with none but assuming the project at hand is anything but trivial that’d probably be a bad idea. The good news is you’re not exactly short of options to choose from.
In this article, you’ll learn how to build a Single Command Application that interacts with MailChimp and GoogleSpreadsheets using the Symfony Framework. You’ll also learn how to structure your applications to survive changes to the vendor environment.
What is pg_profile and how do you use it? For PostgreSQL, the extension pg_profile is a simple historical database workload profiler. This article will demonstrate how pg_profile provides extended performance statistics and streamlines the ability to understand performance incidents.
Have you ever wondered why comments in XML are written in such a complicated way or why JSON doesn’t offer comments at all? Have you ever needed to fix an indentation error in your YAML file? If so, then you already know some of the hurdles in common text-based data formats. This article will take a look at an alternative: the Simple Markup Language.
Modern technologies provide database specialists with powerful and convenient software tools. In this article, we are going to examine the powers of the two popular solutions for data comparison: dbForge Data Compare for MySQL created by Devart and ApexSQL Data Diff for MySQL developed by Quest.
Calling all creators! How are you going to build the metaverse? Will it be an ever-expanding, sprawling virtual city? Or will it be a discussion of infinite interactions and boundless possibilities? No one can predict how our next-gen future, the metaverse, will look and feel. So how can you prepare for it? We share the skills and tools you’ll need to make you and your business metaverse ready.
Lighthouse PHP is a framework for Laravel that simplifies the creation of GraphQL interfaces. Thanks to directives and automation, work for developers is reduced to the essentials: planning and data design. For GraphQL interface users, work is largely facilitated by autocompletion.
Another turbulent year in the grip of the pandemic is behind us. We talked to our PHP experts about 2021—how did the language develop? What were the big milestones? And what will the coming year bring?