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The standard PHP setup
April 17, 2012 @ 10:10:54

On DZone.com Giorgio Sironi shares what he describes as his "standard PHP setup" - the tools and standards he commonly uses when developing his projects.

Last week I passed a day speeding up a Java and Ruby oriented team which started developing a PHP application: not only a standard project structure was required, but also some hints on the default tools and process to work with it. Here's what I thought was crucial during the setup, based on the question of my Rubyist colleague. Of course one of the most visible differences is the language itself, but there is a lot more tacit knowledge to share.

Things mentioned in the post include: development tools (like IDEs), the language itself and similarities to other languages, a standardized project setup, a good testing methodology and a bit of discussion about using external libraries.

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