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Derick Rethans:
Contributing Advent 1 Xdebug and hidden properties
December 02, 2013 @ 09:16:50

As a part of his "Advent Contribution" series Derick Rethans has posted about an update to XDebug that fixes a bug reported around hidden properties.

This first contribution is for bug #987: "Hidden property names not shown". In PHP it is possible to convert an array to an object. [...] Xdebug's standard HTML var_dump() as well as the CLI, the coloured CLI and the debugger interface DBGp all suffered from the same issues that numerical properties were not showing in output.

With the committed fix the output of the var_dump now shows these special property names with curly braces around them and makes them available via the property_get method. If you're interested in the actual commit, you can check it out here.

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Link: http://derickrethans.nl/advent01.html

Community News:
Web Advent 2012
December 03, 2012 @ 08:19:44

From the folks that have brought you the PHP Advent series of posts in the past (Chris Shiflett, Sean Coates and all of their great contributing authors) comes this year's more general selection of articles - webadvent.org.

Christmas is upon us once again, and it's time to have a look at what's under the Web Advent tree. Join us each day as our wonderful authors provide presents of tips, tricks, & tidbits to usher in the new year.

This years posts are (list will be updated as more are added)

You can find articles from previous years in the site's sidebar.

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Community News:
PHP Advent 2011 is Complete!
December 26, 2011 @ 16:20:56

This year's PHP Advent calendar has finished up and if you haven't gotten a chance to check out some of the great content in this year's edition, be sure to take a look at the full list. It incudes topics like:

  • Front-end testing with SimpleTest
  • Scalable applications
  • Cross-origin ajax
  • working with Chef
  • Error handling
  • Dates and Times

The articles are by several well-knowns both in the PHP community and outside. While you're there, be sure to check out some of the previous years too!

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Community News:
PHP Advent 2011
December 02, 2011 @ 11:02:10

It's that time of year again and this year's PHP Advent has kicked off with the first article posted yesterday. Below is a list of the articles for this year's advent calendar, to be updated as each new one is released:

Check back for the growing list as this year's advent gets more great content every day!

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Yahoo Developer Network:
'Tis the season for developers' calendars
December 06, 2010 @ 15:36:16

On the Yahoo Developer Network a new post talks about some of the developer "advent" calendars that have popped up around the web - including the PHP Advent.

Christmas is upon us. Developers are embracing the spirit of sharing their knowledge and wisdom, while taking the opportunity to look back and recollect what 2010 brought us in terms of new technologies and ideas. A number of "advent" calendars started posting their blog-a-day-till-Dec-24th. Here are some for your reading pleasure while you kick back with a glass of wine by the fireplace.

Also on the list are: the 24 Ways (general web dev), the Perl Advent, Web Performance Calendar and the HTML5 Advent. Be sure to check out the comments for more calendars!

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Chris Shiflett's Blog:
PHP Advent
December 01, 2010 @ 10:11:18

Good news for all of the fans of the PHP Advent article series that comes around this time each year - Chris Shiflett has confirmed it'll be happening again this year.

PHP Advent is our little way of showcasing some of the talented people who work with PHP in some form or fashion, and persuading them to share something they've learned during a busy month when they might otherwise keep quiet. We'll be publishing an article each day in December until Christmas.

If you're new to the PHP Advent (or advent-type article calendar things), check out last year's articles from lots of great members of the PHP community covering everything from development processes, technology tips and parenting.

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Symfony Blog:
Windows and symfony
December 25, 2009 @ 08:59:56

In this recent tutorial (a part of the Symfony project's advent series) Laurent Bonnet about getting the Symfony framework installed on a Windows 2008 server running the IIS web server.

In order to prepare for Internet deployment, the tutorial can be executed in a dedicated server environment, hosted on the Internet. Of course, it's possible to complete the tutorial on a local server, or a virtual machine at the reader's workstation.

Laurent briefly talks about some of the differences between the 64 bit and 32 bit versions of Windows, setting up the database connection (SQLite), configuring the Windows server and using the Web Platform Installer it get PHP up and running. The tutorial also covers the setup of a sandbox and production environment via the command-line symfony tool.

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Stoyan Stefanov's Blog:
Performance Advent Calendar 2009
December 07, 2009 @ 08:12:11

In the spirit of several others on the web this holiday season, Stoyan Stefanov has started up his own advent calendar. He's already posted several articles in the series including:

You can keep an eye on this post for an update as each new article is added to the calendar.

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Stefan Koopmanschap's Blog:
A day filled with symfony news
December 02, 2009 @ 10:21:07

Stefan Koopmanschap has posted about some major recent advancements with Symfony framework:

Great stuff is happening today! I would dare to say that to date, December 1 2009 is probably the most active and important day in the history of the symfony project! Three(!) new versions have been released, amongst which the first of the last branch of symfony 1, and a new book is available in the form of an online advent calendar and a print book.

The releases included a major bugfix release (1.2.10) and the two new branches - Symfony 1.3 and 1.4. You can find their advent calendar for this year here. Its different than in the last two years - it's not a project but more the usual collection of articles.

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