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PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report October 2017 Edition - July 2017 nominees

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This is the September 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 June 2017.

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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This is the latest podcast hangout episode on the PHP Innovation Award  and the JavaScript Innovation Award about the nominees of June 2017. We comment only on past nominees to avoid influencing the voting results. This way we are only talking of packages published already in June. The nominees of June were voted on July. In August the results were announced.

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JavaScript Innovation Award Winners of July 2017 (0:56)

Render ANSI formatting characters as HTML
Dom HastingsUnited Kingdom80.00%2One downloadable e-book of choice by O'Reilly
2jQuery-UI ThemeSwitcher
Switch themes for rending jQuery UI elements
John Romano D'OrazioItaly20.00%1

JavaScript Innovation Award Rankings of 2017 (2:33)

1Emil KilhageSweden311
2martin barkerUnited Kingdom29
3Martin LatterUnited Kingdom15
4Leonardo Mauro Pereira MoraesBrazil24
5Dom HastingsUnited Kingdom23
5Jeremy JudeauxChina13
5Emmanuel PodvinFrance23
5Andras TothHungary13
5Arturs SosinsLatvia13
10Dave NormintonUnited Kingdom12

Award Winners by Country of 2017

1United KingdomUnited Kingdom619

PHP Innovation Award Winners of July 2017 (3:50)

Add a security layer to server to server requests
Scott ArciszewskiUnited States30.43%9
2File Fractal
Split normal and compressed files in places
Jill LingoffFrance17.39%8
2Prettify PHP var_dump
Output variable values in a colorized way
chrys ugwuNigeria17.39%8
4PHP Chrome PDF
Generate PDF or images of HTML pages with Chrome
Dawood IkhlaqItaly13.04%6
5HTTP Middleware
Send multiple HTTP requests to remote servers
Mostafa Abd-El-HamidEgypt8.70%5
6PHP IP to ASN Mapping
Map IPv4 or IPv6 address to ASN
Peter KahlHong Kong4.35%4
6CYMAPGT Console
Manage services to handle console commands
Cyril OganaKenya4.35%4
6PHP Nota Fiscal Serviço de Comunicação mod 21
Generate tax invoice for services in Brazil
Create header to set password for SOAP requests

PHP Innovation Award Rankings of 2017 (21:22)

1Peter KahlHong Kong16111
2Christian VighFrance573
3Sergey VanyushinRussian Federation662
4Nahid Bin AzharBangladesh350
5Dave SmithUnited States345
6Lars MoellekenGermany435
7Haseeb Ahmad BasilPakistan229
8Vishv SahdevIndia227
9Jelle SebreghtsBelgium225
10Scott ArciszewskiUnited States224

Award Winners by Country of 2017

1United StatesUnited States11126
2Hong KongHong Kong16111
5Russian FederationRussian Federation775


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