tags → php

  • PHP, for Some Reason

    Aug 14, 2015

    Programming · php ·

    I have been looking at PHP for the first time in years. I don’t know why.

  • PHP Buzz Stream Reader

    Mar 12, 2010 (Updated Apr 10, 2017)

    Coolnamehere · php ·

  • PHP's extract and compact functions

    Jan 30, 2008

    Blogspot · php ·

    I’ve been brushing up on my PHP basics lately. Why? Well, it never hurts to revisit things you think you already know. There is a good chance you will discover something you didn’t know after all. For example: this time I learned about PHP’s extract and compact functions.

  • Zend Framework 1.0 Released

    Jul 3, 2007

    Blogspot · php ·

    PHP may not be my favorite language, but the last couple of years have seen profound improvement. I got the urge to start playing with Zend Framework last week. It isn’t too shabby. Yesterday Zend made a 1.0 release, which is a good milestone for PHP types to learn about MVC and ACLs etc. You know, other than the ones who are already using CakePHP. You’re probably doing just fine.

  • I've Been Experimenting With CakePHP

    Sep 22, 2006

    Blogspot · php ·

    I’ve been experimenting with CakePHP over the last couple of weeks for a project. It’s definitely not Ruby on Rails, but it has a lot of charm. This library provides a MVC system for PHP applications, but the really interesting thing is that you can just drop it onto your Web server space with no fuss or bother. You don’t even have to worry about clever mod_rewrite rules if you don’t want to.

  • PHP

    Mar 12, 2004 (Updated Jul 11, 2009)

    Coolnamehere · php ·

    PHP is great. It is easy to learn and easy to use. Of course, it is also easy to make a project that is so amazingly baroque that mere humans have no chance of ever editing it. This is a trait that PHP shares with one of its biggest rivals, Perl. It can be funny to listen to an argument between PHP and Perl folks about why their favorite is the best and the other guy is the worst. The other guy is always “unstructured and unsuitable for real projects”, while the favorite is “fast and expressive”.