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163. PHP 5.4 Release Date, PHP-GTK Apps Running on a Web Browser - Lately in PHP podcast episode 17

Posted on: 2011-10-31

PHP 5.4 beta 2 was just released, so the final version of 5.4.0 is coming soon. Many PHP Developers want to know when it will be the final PHP 5.4 release date. Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert talk about this and other interesting PHP related topics in episode 17 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

The other topics they cover are about the possibility to serve PHP-GTK applications over the Web, the eventual migration of PHP development to Git, the optimization techniques used by Amazon Silk Browser that will come with Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, and how to get more exposure to PHP developers work by contributing innovating components.


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162. Using PHP-GTK to serve Web Applications to HTML 5 Browsers

Posted on: 2011-10-27

Yes, you read it right, GTK+, the Gnome Toolkit library, normally used to create desktop applications, can now be used to serve the same applications via the Web to a browser that supports HTML 5 canvas objects.

PHP-GTK is a PHP extension that uses the GTK+ library to build PHP desktop applications. So it can eventually benefit for this GTK library enhancements to build PHP-GTK based applications that can be served over the Web to HTML 5 browsers.

Read this article to learn more about GTK+ 3 HTML 5 canvas backend and how it could be used to run remote PHP-GTK applications that can be accessed over the Web.


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161. More Exposure to Innovative PHP Developers

Posted on: 2011-10-25

Sharing innovative classes definitely pays. The PHPClasses site was just updated to give even more exposure to PHP developers that have shared innovative classes.

Read this article to learn in more detail about how PHP developers are getting more attention to their innovative contributions and how you can benefit from this initiative to also get more attention to your PHP work.


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1. Google URL Shortener PHP Class

Posted on: 2011-10-13
Blog: Goo.gl short URL package blog
Package: Goo.gl short URL

This article describes how to use the Google URL Shortener PHP class to create a short URL with the goo.gl service.

It also explains how to achieve the opposite, i.e. take a goo.gl short URL, retrieve the respective long URL, as well obtaining analytics information about the clicks on the short URL links.


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160. PHP 5.4.0 Will not Include APC, Is MODX CMS better than Wordpress? Top PHP Developers in Every Country - Lately in PHP Episode 16

Posted on: 2011-09-30

PHP 5.4 beta 1 was released but APC is not going to be included at least in PHP 5.4.0. Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert discuss this and other happenings in the PHP world, like the adoption of more robust Continuous Integration methods to prevent shipping buggy PHP versions like what happened with PHP 5.3.7.

Bob Ray, a book author and contributor of the MODX CMS project was interviewed in the podcast to talk about this revelation CMS and how it compares with other popular systems like Wordpress.

Also commented on this podcast was the recent launch of a feature in the PHPClasses site that allows to distinguish Top PHP Developers in the each country of the world.


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159. Top PHP Developers in Every Country

Posted on: 2011-09-27

A new feature was just launched that allows seeing which are the top PHP developers in each country of the world that have contributed to the PHPClasses site.

Read this article to learn how the top authors ranking by country works and what you can do to feature and climb in these rankings.


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158. MODX: A CMS Framework Designed with PHP Developers in Mind

Posted on: 2011-09-22

If you have ever wrestled with trying to create a custom Web site using a CMS that made you jump through hoops to get the desired output, you should definitely check out MODX, a CMS framework designed from the ground up with Object Oriented Programming PHP developers in mind.

Read this article to learn more about MODX CMS framework and how you can easily use it to build your own content management system customized to your needs.


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157. PHP 5.3.8 Upgrade, PHP 5.4 beta, Wrong Ideas About PHP - Lately in PHP Episode 15

Posted on: 2011-09-01

Another PHP 5.3 version was released. Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert discuss whether you should upgrade to this new version of PHP, as well if you should try the new PHP 5.4 beta version.

They also talk about the repercussion of the article about the Wrong PHP Ideas You Should Get Right and why it is important to clarify PHP haters and lovers about these PHP misconceptions.

The latest enhancements on the PHPClasses and JSClasses site user interface are covered, as well the balance the 1st year of age of the JSClasses site.

Listen or read the transcript of this podcast to learn more about these and other topics of what has happened lately in the PHP world.


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156. Better Package Browsing

Posted on: 2011-08-25

The way package files are listed has just been improved. This article tells more in detail what are the improvements that you can experience now and expect in the future.

Please read this article to learn about the current and planned enhancements, as well provide feedback on other enhancements you would like to see in the browsing of packages available in the site.


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155. Top 10 Wrong Ideas About PHP That You Should Get Right

Posted on: 2011-08-18

PHP is often a misunderstood language by people that either love or hate it.

On one side there are developers that hate PHP apparently because they do not quite understand how it works. They do not respect PHP and prefer other languages. So they lose many opportunities to make good money from the PHP market, which has so many high paying jobs for qualified developers.

On the other side there are developers that love PHP but do not take full advantage of the language because they are not fully aware of all they can do with it.

This article attempts to clarify some of the most common wrong ideas that many developers have about PHP.

Read the article to the end, so you may eventually start having a better perspective about PHP and take advantage of the opportunities that this language and the PHP ecosystem can provide you.


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