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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2020-04-05.
  • Serve a GraphQL API from annotated PHP code. Map your schema and your resolvers in a intuitive and straightforward way.
    Tool  Added by leocavalcante // // 4 days ago
  • Know how to interact with Telegram API in the simplest way. Create a primitive Telegram chatbot for time tracking.
    Article  Added by JullSanders // // 15 days ago
  • Many factors may have an impact on these remote calls e.g. network latency, server availability. These calls can be potential bottlenecks, we don’t want user waiting for the response from the server very long, because external API is very slow or not available. Also if we have a few services which communicate with each other we shouldn’t aggravate the situation when one of them has too much traffic and slow down significantly. In these situations we can help ourselves by using Circuit Breaker.
    Article  Added by sarven // // 16 days ago
  • The third interview with Marc Morera, an author of DriftPHP. At this time we talk about using CQRS in async PHP and ReactPHP.
    Article  Added by seregazhuk // // 20 days ago
  • The second interview with Marc Morera, an author of DriftPHP. We talk about the problem of the database persistence layer in asynchronous PHP. We discuss DBAL and ORM for ReaectPHP.
    Article  Added by seregazhuk // // about 2 months ago
  • Regular expressions are commonly known as a regex. These are nothing more than a pattern or a sequence of characters, which describe a special search pattern as a text string.
    Tutorial  Added by ninja // // about 2 months ago
  • A beginner-level tutorial on testing with PHPUnit and browser testing with Laravel Dusk.

    Only a passing familiarity with PHP and Laravel is expected.

    The article ends with an introduction to Continuous Integration and how to set it up for Laravel
    Tutorial  Added by TomFern // // about 2 months ago
  • Update  Added by shivammathur // // about 2 months ago
  • Interview with Marc Morera, an author of DriftPHP. We talk about asynchronous PHP, DriftPHP and ReactPHP.
    Article  Added by seregazhuk // // 2 months ago
  • API caching on the client side is a very useful way to speed up your client applications and to reduce the load on your API.
    Article  Added by fetzi // // 2 months ago
  • Users don’t spend their time to report bugs, they just stop using our application, moving to another one that fits their needs better.

    Inspector is a composer package to add real-time monitoring in Laravel applications, it’s very easy to install and use, and it takes just two minutes to get started.
    Tutorial  Added by ilvalerione // // 2 months ago
  • The for-each loop is used to traverse the array elements. It works only on array and object. It will issue an error if you try to use it with the variables of the different datatype.
    Tutorial  Added by ninja // // 2 months ago
  • PHP is a general-purpose programming language originally designed for web development. It was originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994; the PHP reference implementation is now produced by The PHP Group
    Tutorial  Added by TutorialandExample // // 3 months ago
  • A tutorial that covers:
    - Installing Docker
    - Dockerinzing a PHP Laravel App
    - Deploying to Heroku
    - Using CI/CD to test and do 1-click deployments
    Tutorial  Added by TomFern // // 3 months ago
  • We frequently use the echo statement to display the output. There are two basic ways to get the output in PHP:
    Tutorial  Added by ninja // // 3 months ago
  • There are many resources to learn PHP. Here's a list of best 30 of them. This article compares the pros and cons of each tutorial in depth.
    Article  Added by Gajoko // // 3 months ago
  • PHP 8.0.0-dev is now available on shivammathur/setup-php GitHub Action as an experimental feature for ubuntu and macOS.
    Update  Added by shivammathur // // 4 months ago
  • Tutorial  Added by leocavalcante // // 5 months ago
  • Now we can protect some resources in our RESTful API ...
    Tutorial  Added by seregazhuk // // 5 months ago
  • Learn how to run PHP debug process with Xdebug & VsCode and find core application errors within minutes.
    Article  Added by olivedev // // 5 months ago
  • A new version of Setup PHP GitHub Action has been released
    Update  Added by shivammathur // // 5 months ago
  • It's now time to add sign-in functionality to our RESTful API. We'll have to use JWT for that...
    Tutorial  Added by seregazhuk // // 5 months ago
  • Confused between PHP and Node.js? With their own pros and cons, if used in the right manner, both the languages are great to work with for the developers.
    Article  Added by ConnectSteven // // 5 months ago
  • REST is the most widespread and effective standard to develop APIs for internet services. When building RESTful services, it is really important to choose the right framework. If you are a PHP developer and performance is critical for you, ReactPHP with its asynchronous, event-driven architecture, is exactly the right choice for building RESTful APIs. This book explains in detail how to create your own RESTful API in asynchronous PHP that can be consumed by other users in your organization.
    Article  Added by seregazhuk // // 6 months ago
  • A package to automatically restart PHP application once the source code changes. Can be very useful for developing long-running PHP applications
    Article  Added by seregazhuk // // 6 months ago
  • Time to add authentication. Let's start with user signup.
    Tutorial  Added by seregazhuk // // 6 months ago
  • First of all, I want to mention that the Laravel framework is easy to learn. Due to its educational tools every developer can become a Laravel expert. Here is the list of my favorite educational tools for Laravel:
    Laracon Online
    Laravel Core Adventures
    Laravel Certification
    Article  Added by spdlaod // // 6 months ago
  • Let's see how we can serve static images asynchronously!
    Article  Added by seregazhuk // // 6 months ago
  • This Tutorial help to add,edit and delete WordPress post using WP rest API. I have already shared What are the WordPress Rest api with Example.
    Article  Added by techlover // // 6 months ago
  • When building a traditional web application in PHP we don’t care about reloading it. We make some changes in the source code, save it, then make the request in the browser or some other client and we can see these changes. They have already applied automatically because of the nature of PHP, its request-response model. On every new request each time we bootstrap the whole application.
    Tutorial  Added by seregazhuk // // 7 months ago