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Imran Latif dives deep into streaming and output buffering in PHP, explaining the ins and outs on various demos. Tune in to streamify your app.
Got a bit understanding. Test the code but see some unexpected result. Or probably just didn’t fully understand yet.
George Fekete expands on previous posts about common PHP mistakes by listing 18 critical oversights in PHP and general web development
Long read. Good list. Honestly, done not all of them. Wonder how to apply these on WordPress theme development.
Conditionals are, if we’re honest, an embarrassingly large part of most programs deployed in the world. I say “embarrassingly” because a two-year-old understands conditionals, and we as developers often fancy ourselves creators of vast systems of profound, innate, and valuable complexity. Sometimes our use of conditionals is just for making a series of little form […]
In short, use it if it’s a simple conditional. But don’t do it if it’s a complex one or even nested. Agree with this.
This post by Bruno Skvorc will list highly effective tips, resources and best practices for keeping your PHP projects secure, fast and awesome.
The post is more than one year ago. But still relevant. The main message:
Don’t be lazy !!
These five articles were the most-read posts of 2015.
Only one is not a compilation articles. And it’s about Node.js. And it’s the one not on the reading list before. Well, added already anyway.
Source: SitePoint’s Top 5 Posts of 2015
Phil Sturgeon talks about his experience in Ruby-land after having been in PHP for ages. What does he like? What does he dislike? Find out in PHP vs Ruby!
Nice reminder of Ruby. Need to sort out and finish that training at once!