'PHP' Category

  • PHP Conference Argentina

    February 27, 2013

    I am co-organizing PHP Conference Argentina. Based on the impressive speaker lineup, and the community support we have received, I believe this conference will not only be a huge deal for Argentina, but for Latin America as a whole. When and where? It’s a two day conference, celebrated 4 and 5 of October. We chose […]

  • Extracting g11n translation strings in Lithium

    May 26, 2012

    If you are like me, you are happy, and you use Lithium. If you are not like me, well then, it sucks to be you. I personally love the Lithium-Doctrine2 (by means of li3_doctrine2) combo. It suits my needs, and gives me peace of mind. Sort of like a good glass of scotch at the […]

  • Persistent localized routes with Lithium

    March 11, 2012

    Just a few minutes ago I got pinged through IRC asking if I could provide a quick answer. The question asked by m99 (thanks for the blog post inspiration!) was if there was an easy way to ensure localized routes with Lithium. As with any challenge you face with lithium, the answer ended up being […]

  • Route middleware with Lithium

    January 3, 2012

    I spend most of my day switching between languages. Sometimes I start the morning with an early dose of LUA, then I get a lot of Python and C++, followed by the yummy dessert that is Node.js. But there’s always room for PHP. So let’s talk about PHP today. People often think that when you […]

  • Book release: CakePHP 1.3 Application Development Cookbook

    March 30, 2011

    Just a few days ago, I was happy to see my first book published. Entitled CakePHP 1.3 Application Development Cookbook, it’s a book released in the form of a cookbook, with a series of solutions to common problems one faces when developing CakePHP applications. While working on it, I tried to aim for developers at […]

  • Let your MySQL partition breathe

    February 28, 2009

    Today I noticed my MySQL partition was taking over 86 GB of the available 120 GB. So I got worried and I wrote this little script to tell me how much space each DB I have is taking: <?php function format($size) { $unit = ‘B’; $units = array( ‘GB’ => 1024 * 1024 * 1024 […]

  • MSN Search API PHP Client

    September 15, 2005

    Microsoft has recently published their own MSN Search API (now competing with Google and Yahoo) implemented as a SOAP Web Service. After some deliberation on the MSN Search API forums, I managed to develop a small PHP class to handle the API (thanks to quodlibet for his help identifying a small bug.) The class uses […]

  • Get a taste of AJAX with PHP

    August 19, 2005

    Some of you may have heard of Ajax, while some may have not. The truth of the matter is that Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is a technology to be followed. Furthermore, a technology to be used! To give a little background about it, let’s see what wikipedia has to say about it: “term describing […]

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