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Jeff Carouth's Blog:
Micro Framework and JavaScript Applications
July 06, 2012 @ 14:26:48

Jeff Carouth has posted some of his thoughts about the PHP micro-framework and Javascript combination (following a recent presentation on the subject).

As I mentioned, I was accepted as a speaker at LoneStarPHP 2012 to give a session on MicroPHP Framework and JavaScript Applications. The session went reasonably well and I received some decent feedback both at the conference and on joind.in. I will address a couple issues with the talk to, hopefully, inspire you as I intended with this talk.

He talks about some of the things that need fixing about his presentation (like the lack of time to get into the needed depth) and how his talk should "inspire the attendees" to create apps with this powerful combination. His goal was to describe the use of the micro-framework (Slim) as a RESTful interface into your application, not to make the application inside of it.

He also mentions that maybe making an introduction to the MicroPHP Manifesto and describing how to use a framework that applies to it in one shot might have been too much.

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Eirik Hoem's Blog:
VCL/PHP followup
August 26, 2008 @ 10:21:55

With a follow up to a previous post of his about Delphi's choice of VCL over Prado for the behind the scenes framework for their software, Eirik Hoem has posted this based on feedback from the original post.

What I miss in the feedback I got from my previous post was people acually using VCL/PHP for enterprise applications and how that is working. From what I can tell the usage of Exceptions is still limited to the 3rd party libs such as Zend Framework which are included with VCL/PHP. That's a bit interesting.

He mentions one big issue that several people pointed out with the VLC implementation - the class name prefixing (or lack there of) and the problems it could cause in the future. Prado uses naming conventions that keep its classes out of the move generally named realm. He also touches on the quality of the code behind the VLC implementation, noting that while it might work well for smaller projects, there's more of a potential for failure on enterprise-level usage.

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The Codist Blog:
Followup To I Will Never Understand the Appeal Of PHP
December 14, 2006 @ 07:11:32

A few days back there was a post on the "The Codist" blog about why the author would never quite understand the appeal of PHP to the masses and some of his thoughts behind it. Well, there was such an outcry and response to his comments that he's written up another post on what he learned from comments made.

Clearly I touched a nerve. However I did learn a lot of things that you don't read in a quickly tutorial on PHP. The whole point of writing something is to get feedback, positive or negative, and hopefully learn from it.

He admits that his experience with PHP and its developers has been limited, so his perspective might have been thrown off a bit. He still holds to one thing from the previous article, though - that PHP just isn't for him.

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Zak Greant's Blog:
php|works 2006 Followup Reports
September 18, 2006 @ 07:19:43

Zak Greant has posted a series of items on his blog pertaining to the just passed php|works conference he attended. The topics range from eZ systems out to Mozilla. Here's the list:

Each of the posts summaries som eof his experiences at the conference (specifically in promoting eZ systems and the Mozilla Foundation), and a bit of the happenings following.

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