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The PHP Gambit: Winning Strategies in Code | php[architect] (www.phparch.com)

Every month, we here at php[architect], as well as an extended group of fantastic PHP community members from around the world, work very hard to deliver a magazine that will help equip you with not just the knowledge but also the perspective needed to navigate the complexities of managing projects and day to day coding. […]

Driving E-Commerce Revenue Success with Drupal Commerce (www.specbee.com)

Every e-commerce business has unique requirements. While some are simple plug-and-play solutions, others are tailored with custom development. Evolving trends like AI-driven personalization, seamless mobile experiences, and the growing importance of sustainability, are equally playing a part in an e-commerce application’s...

Héberger un projet PHP sans serveur avec WebAssembly (jolicode.com)

D'après Wikipedia : WebAssembly, abrégé wasm, est un standard du World Wide Web pour le développement d’applications. Il est conçu pour remplacer JavaScript avec des performances supérieures. Le standard consiste en un bytecode, sa représentation textuelle et un environnement d'exécution

Rector Book 2024 Release with Brand new Chapter (tomasvotruba.com)

I'm happy to introduce the latest update to our book - Rector, the Power of Automated Refactoring, along with Rector version 0.19.5 from this week. This release includes 2 new commands, brand new configuration with smart IDE autocomplete, brand new chapter and DX improvements to help you master code refactoring with ease.

Creating Finite State Machines in PHP 8.3 | php[architect] (www.phparch.com)

As developers, we’re constantly managing where entities are in some flow. Entities like blog posts, multi-step user registration, and even UI elements can exist in multiple states, and we’re responsible for making sure that they’re always in a valid state. If something unexpected happens in those flows, it can cause bugs,...

3 Signs Your Project is Becoming Legacy - Mock Rottening (tomasvotruba.com)

In the first post, we looked at the long-term effects of our decisions. Turning a legacy project into a fresh one is a matter of the "just do it" approach. But there are 3 things we should take with care even if our project seems outside the legacy project category. The second of those is mocks.

What Are Finite State Machines | php[architect] (www.phparch.com)

As developers, we’re constantly managing where entities are in some state. Entities like blog posts, multi-step user registration, and even UI elements can exist in multiple states, and we’re responsible for making sure that they’re always in a valid state. If something unexpected happens in those flows, it can cause bugs,...

Get Json output for PHPUnit 10 (tomasvotruba.com)

Early this year, I created a few custom Rector rules for our client. It modified the code based on the PHPUnit error result report. The only problem is that PHPUnit outputs a string. So, I had to parse it manually with regexes. Having a JSON output would make my life easier. I'm used to PHP tools that provide the JSON out of the...

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