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289. PHP 7 to Be Even Faster Than Expected - Lately in PHP podcast episode 60

Posted on: 2015-06-16

With the latest experiments with the Feedback Directed Optimization patch, it is possible that PHP 7 will be event 10% faster than the implementation with other optimizations already implemented for PHP 7.0.

That was one the topics commented by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 60 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also commented on proposals for future PHP versions like having a numeric type hint, options for preloaded scripts, making Libsodium a core extension for applications that need cryptography, the updated roadmap for PHP 7.0.0 and creating a new branch for PHP 7.1 development.

They also talked about the latest PHP tutorial articles and book reviews published lately on the site.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcript to learn more about these interesting PHP topics.


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1. Search Videos with Hulu Embed API for PHP Developers

Posted on: 2015-06-15
Blog: PHP Hulu Video package blog
Package: PHP Hulu Video

Hulu has long been the standout of the major streaming video providers to not provide a public API. They do, however, provide a method to embed video and a data set of their content in XML format which is constantly updated.

The PHP Hulu Video class takes advantage of these public resources to bring everything together into a pseudo-API for developers, bloggers, etc..

Read this article to learn how to explore what Hulu provides and techniques to make their video available on external Web sites just like a real API.


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288. PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report June 2015 Edition - March 2015 nominees

Posted on: 2015-06-10

This is the June edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the outstanding features of all the past month nominees and winners PHP and JavaScript packages, the prizes that the authors earned, starting with the nominees from the month of March 2015.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcript to learn why the nominated packages were considered to be innovative.


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287. PHP Integration with Embedded Hardware Device Sensors

Posted on: 2015-06-09

Nowadays it is common to find embedded hardware devices, based on Raspberry Pi for instance, that are accessible via a network, run Linux and come with Apache and PHP installed on the device.

Read this article to learn how you can use PHP on those devices to connect to sensors by the means sensor and actuator executable programs.


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286. Leaflet Map Search using AJAX requests to a PHP and MySQL Mapping Application

Posted on: 2015-06-04

Leaflet is a great JavaScript library that we can use build a Google Maps alternative with PHP and MySQL as we have seen in a previous article.

Read this article to learn how to improve your Leaflet map application by implementing a search engine on your maps pages using AJAX requests.


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285. Class Abstraction in PHP

Posted on: 2015-06-01

When you are ready to share your code for other class developers to use, you will need to control how that code is used and provide some way to enable updates.

Read this tutorial to learn how to use class abstraction with closely related objects to provide greater control over your PHP code, so it facilitates future updates.


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284. Create a Google Maps alternative with PHP and MySQL using the Leaflet library

Posted on: 2015-05-27

Leaflet is a JavaScript library that became popular for creating mobile friendly Web maps applications. It does not depend on Google, so you do not need to pay fees as you may need to when you use Google Maps.

Read this tutorial to learn how to use Leaflet library with PHP and MySQL to create an alternative to Google Maps and implement it on your site.


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283. PHP Multi-Factor Authentication for Web Development

Posted on: 2015-05-25

When we need to provide our users access only to certain information, or limit access to features for authorized users only, we need to use user authentication.

We can never be 100% certain users are who they claim to be. However we can get close using multiple authentication factors.

Read this article to learn more about multi-factor authentication and when we should use them or not.


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282. Extending PHP Classes and the Object Model

Posted on: 2015-05-20

Nowadays many PHP developers use Object Oriented Programming (OOP). However not every PHP developer really understands why that is a good thing.

Some use OOP just because they see others using it, without knowing very well its benefits nor how to create a consistent object model that addresses the needs of their applications.

Read this article to learn how objects can represent the real world through classes and how you can create an object model for your PHP application.


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281. Are You Ready for MySQL extension Removal from PHP - Lately in PHP podcast episode 59

Posted on: 2015-05-18

When PHP 7 will be released it will have the mysql extension removed from the core distribution. PHP 5.4 will stop being updated. Many PHP developers will have to move to PHP version 5.5 or higher, on which the mysql extension is deprecated. Many shared hosting providers already use PHP 5.5 without the mysql extension.

Alternative solutions to deal with legacy code that relies on the old mysql extension was one the topics commented by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 59 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also commented on proposals for future PHP versions like fixing the division by zero issue, adding static constructors to classes, the PHP RFC Watch site to keep up with new PHP proposals and voting.

They also explained the new initiative to promote reviews of books of authors that have written books of interest for PHP developers, as well writing great PHP tutorial articles for the PHP Classes blog and being compensated for that. The latest tutorial articles were also reviewed here.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcript to learn more about these interesting PHP topics.


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