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410. Notable PHP package: Random Access File

Posted on: 2016-06-30

Database management systems use special techniques to find records of data very quickly.

One of those techniques is to make each record of data in table have a fixed length, even when some record fields have a variable length.

This way, to read or write specific records in a table, it is just a matter of knowing the record position and multiplying by the length of each record.

This class takes advantage of this technique to efficiently perform several types of operations to manipulate records of data in table files.

Those operations include not only reading and writing records, but also moving records to different positions or even truncate the table files to make them smaller.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


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409. PHP Classes Completed 17 Years: A New Type of Classes

Posted on: 2016-06-29

The PHP Classes site has just completed 17 years of age. It is a long time for a site that continues to evolve to serve better its users.

The big news this year is about a new project that is being launched in a separate site that aims to help other developers to learn what to do to create their own software product businesses.

Read this article to learn about the latest developments in PHP Classes,] as well the new project about creating software product businesses.


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408. Fast Debugging of PHP Code Using PHPEd Part 3: Remote Debugging and Remote Projects

Posted on: 2016-06-28

IDEs are good to help debugging your code before it goes to production, but sometimes you need to find bugs in your code that cause problems and can only be observed in production. This is one case on which remote debugging is necessary.

IDEs like PHPEd support remote debugging. You do not need to download the project files from the production server to debug your project remotely. Thanks to the remote projects feature of PHPEd, it can retrieve only the server files that you need to debug so you can start debugging remote projects very quickly.

Read this article to learn how to setup and use PHPEd to debug remote projects running in production server for instance.


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407. Top 4 Mistakes Developers Should Avoid when Creating Their Own Software Product Business

Posted on: 2016-06-27

Many developers try to create their own business based on software that they develop but some fail, often due to the same mistakes that others already committed.

If those developers knew in advance what are those mistakes, they could have avoided failing, simply by not repeating the same mistakes.

Watch this short video to learn what are the top mistakes that you should avoid when you try to create your own software product business.


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406. PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report June 2016 Edition - March 2016 nominees

Posted on: 2016-06-23

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 2016.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn why the nominated packages were considered to be innovative, as well the current rankings of the Innovation Award Championship by author and by country.


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405. Notable PHP package: Zephir HandlerSocket Client

Posted on: 2016-06-22

Zephir is a statically typed language derived from PHP that can be compiled into native PHP extensions which can run along with PHP code based on the Zend Engine.

This HandlerSocket Client package is the first Zephir based package to be published in the PHP Classes site.

This package is able to connect to a MySQL database server and treat INNODB tables as NoSQL databases, thus allowing PHP developers to take advantage of both worlds in the same application: the world of transactional databases with regular SQL and the world of NoSQL databases.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


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404. Using Microsoft Visual Studio as PHP IDE with the PHP Tools extension: Part 3 Debugging

Posted on: 2016-06-21

One of the most important features when choosing an IDE is how easily it allows you to debug your code.

PHP Tools is a extension of Microsoft's Visual Studio that uses and enhances the powerful debugging options that ships with this popular IDE.

Read this article to learn how to take advantage of PHP Tools to quickly debug your PHP applications.


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403. 7 Reasons Why Developers Need to Create their Own Software Product Businesses

Posted on: 2016-06-20

Many developers are not happy with working for other companies. They do not have much autonomy to work on projects they want, they cannot work from home, they cannot work any time they want, and in the end they get paid a limited amount of money.

The alternative for these unhappy developers is to create their own software products and sell them to many customers. Unfortunately many developers do not know how to get started and become successful.

The good news is that this is the first of series of short videos that will teach developers all they need to know to create their own businesses developing products that the customers really want and will pay for.

Watch this short video to learn about why creating your own products is the right step to be a happier developer, as well how you can attend a free online workshop that will teach the essential steps to achieve that goal.


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402. Notable PHP package: Axync

Posted on: 2016-06-16

Cooperative multitasking is a way to execute multiple tasks concurrently.

Only one task runs at each moment but it gives the turn to the next task in the list of concurrent tasks, for instance when it needs to wait for some I/O operation to complete, like accesses to files, databases, or network connections.

This class implements a manager for cooperative multitasking in pure PHP.

It takes advantage of generators introduced in PHP 5.5 to let one task decide when it can give the control to the next task.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


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401. Built-in Protection Against CSRF Security Attacks in PHP 7.1 - Lately in PHP podcast episode 72

Posted on: 2016-06-15

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) are a type of security attacks that may cause user accounts to be abused, so attackers can make users perform actions inadvertently in a vulnerable site and cause serious problems to the users and the sites.

There is a new proposal for PHP 7.1 to provide built-in semi-automatic protection against CSRF attacks, so it will be easier for PHP developers to protect the sites they develop against this type of exploit.

That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 72 of the Lately in PHP podcast hangout.

They also talked about other proposals for PHP 7.1, as well the election of two release managers that will take care of the steps necessary to release PHP 7.1 later this year on the planned schedule.

This article includes a transcript of the podcast summary.

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


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