|Top 10 From Around the Web: More PHP Development Resources|
|Written by Alex Armstrong|
|Friday, 01 September 2017|
PHP is focus for this roundup of external blog posts. While PHP may not be the most trendy web development language, it is what is behind the scenes of many of the websites we use daily. Here we present tools, tips and trends.
cloudways.com - Top Code Editors and IDEs for PHP Development of 2017
In this article, I will highlight several IDE and code editors that have captured the attention of the global software development communities, like PHP and Python, and will continue to be popular in 2017.
123contactform.com - Simple PHP Contact Form Script for Your Website
You can build contact forms using various scripting languages, but PHP is one of the most popular. It's very flexible and simplifies connecting to databases, but isn't always easy to learn, especially for beginners. Don't worry, though – we're going to give you a jump-start with a functional script you can download.
mantralabsglobal.com - Latest PHP Trends in 2017
In the PHP world, the release of PHP 7 is a major accomplishment. The language now has a substantial increase in performance with an optimized memory usage. This improved nature results in making PHP more suitable for Internet of Things solutions too. Here are some of the latest trends in PHP.
coveros.com - Starting A CI Pipeline for Your PHP Project
This blog post will be part one of a three part post. This one will discuss setting up the first stage of the CI Pipeline, specific to PHP, with the second one discussing how to complete the CI process. A final post will go over setting up the CD Pipeline.
howtoforge.com - Installing Nginx with PHP 7 and MySQL 5.7 (LEMP) on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
Nginx is a free, open-source, high-performance HTTP server. Nginx is known for its stability, rich feature set, simple configuration, and low resource consumption. This tutorial shows how you can install Nginx on an Ubuntu 16.04 server with PHP 7 support (through PHP-FPM) and MySQL 5.7 support.
regular-expressions.info - Using Regular Expressions with PHP
PHP is an open source language for producing dynamic web pages. PHP has three sets of functions that allow you to work with regular expressions.
php-mysql-tutorial.net - Dynamic PHP Based MySQL Data Readout with HTML Output
This brief article gives a step-by-step description on how to dynamically read data coming from a MySQL database and how to both visualize and edit that data using HTML table and form markup.
stewright.me - Install PHP 7 on Raspberry Pi
In this tutorial I’m going to go through the steps to install Apache2 and PHP 7.0 on your Raspberry Pi 3, to create the ultimate low-powered, super quick web server.
sitepoint.com - ReactJS in PHP: Writing Compilers is Easy and Fun!
I used to use an extension called XHP. It enables HTML-in-PHP syntax for generating front-end markup. I reached for it recently, and was surprised to find that it was no longer officially supported for modern PHP versions. So, I decided to implement a user-land version of it, using a basic state-machine compiler. It seemed like it would be a fun project to do with you!
Panoply - ETL vs ELT: The Difference is in the How
For the last couple of decades ETL (extract, transform, load) has been the traditional approach for data warehousing and analytics. The ELT (extract, load, transform) approach changes the old paradigm. But, what’s actually happening when the “T” and “L” are switched?
Other Top 10 Round Ups
Top 10 Round Ups
or email your comment to: email@example.com
|Last Updated ( Friday, 01 September 2017 )|