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128. JSClasses - a new repository of JavaScript components

Posted on: 2010-08-27

The JSClasses site was finally launched. It is based on the PHPClasses site but with the focus of redistributing Object Oriented Programming components written in JavaScript.

This is a brief note about that site with a reference to the actual site launch post.


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127. Single Sign-On authentication using OpenID and other security measures

Posted on: 2010-08-13

The authentication of the PHPClasses site users will be changed to work in a separate site. It will use the OpenID protocol, so you do not have to create a new account to access other sites.

This article explains better what this means in practice and how it will affect the site users.

Several new measures were implemented to provide better security to protect user accounts and prevent eventual security exploits. Advice is provided to PHP developers in order to apply similar measures to take better care of the security of their sites.


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126. PHP for Android, PHP 6 canceled, APC in PHP 5.4 - Lately in PHP podcast episode 3

Posted on: 2010-07-26

On this episode of the Lately in PHP podcast, Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert comment on the launch of the PHP for Android project and the consequences for the PHP market.

They also talk about the cancellation of PHP 6 and the inclusion of features planned for PHP 6 in PHP 5.4, like the integration of the APC cache extension in the main PHP distribution bundle.

Some of the most interesting classes nominated for the May edition of the PHP Programming Innovation Award are commented, like the PDF text extract, PHP duplicate files finder, Fast Fourier Transform and splx_graph.


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125. Developing PHP applications to run natively on Android phones

Posted on: 2010-07-14

The PHP For Android project was just launched. This article presents an interview with the project's lead developer. He explained how it works and what you can do to develop PHP applications that can run now on any Android device.

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124. 11th birthday and a new site upcoming

Posted on: 2010-06-25

Today was the PHPClasses site 11th birthday. Despite there was no special celebration, it is time to review the developments of the past year.

This article covers also the plans for the upcoming developments, including the launch of a new site derived from the PHPClasses site, which will certainly address the needs of many Web developers.


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123. Podcast Lately in PHP 2 with Chris Cornutt of PHPDeveloper.org

Posted on: 2010-06-16

In this episode Chris Cornutt talks about his project sites PHPDeveloper.org PHP news site and Joind.in for promoting interaction between speakers and attendants of PHP conferences and other types of events.

A list of other worth listening podcasts for PHP developers was covered.

An interesting discussion was also held about the pros and cons of using Flex/Flash versus HTML 5/JavaScript in PHP Web applications.


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122. Podcast Lately in PHP - Episode 1

Posted on: 2010-05-13

This is the inaugural episode of the Lately in PHP podcast hosted by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert. It covers some of the 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.


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121. PHP Developers are switching to Google Chrome

Posted on: 2010-05-06

Many PHP developers are switching to Google Chrome as their main work Web browser. Chrome has been gaining significant share at the expense of equal loss of share from Internet Explorer and Firefox.

This article provides more detail about this move, its motivations, gains and losses of functionality for those that have switched browsers.


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120. Launched the winning design of the Web Design 2.0 contest

Posted on: 2010-03-31

The PHPClasses site had Web Design 2.0 contest, i.e. a design contest that allowed the users to propose new designs, allowed the users to try the proposed the designs in real pages, and allowed the users vote on their preferred design. Now the winning design is finally being launched.

This article talks about the initiative and interviews the finalists that disputed the second turn of the election. They gave their opinion about the present and future editions of the site redesign contest.


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119. Neural Networks in PHP

Posted on: 2010-03-09

Neural networks allow emulating the behavior of a brain in software applications. Neural Networks have always had a too steep learning curve to venture towards, especially in a Web environment.

Neural Mesh is an open source, pure PHP code based Neural Network manager and framework that makes it easier to work with Neural Networks.

This article explains how to easily implement Neural Mesh to develop Neural Network applications in PHP.


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