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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Memberships with Laravel Cashier
April 29, 2014 @ 10:38:51

The SitePoint PHP blog has posted a tutorial for those using the Laravel Cashier showing you how to work with memberships for the content or functionality of your application.

In this tutorial we're going to see how easy it is to create a basic paid membership website using the Laravel Cashier package. You can see a demo of the app here and download the source code here.

The tutorial walks you through setting up a functional environment and getting the new Laravel instance up and running. Migrations to run are included in the repository checkout too. The tutorial then gets into the setup of Stripe for payments and creation of the various pages you'll need. An "upgrade" option is also included.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/memberships-laravel-cashier/

Community News:
Yii Framework Project Joins PHP-FIG
September 17, 2013 @ 12:18:28

According to this recent discussion on the PHP-FIG mailing list, the Yii framework project has tossed their hat into the ring and joined the PHP-FIG.

As Alexander Makarov writes in his post:

I'd like to apply for voting membership because I feel that fig is very important and that I have enough experience to make the final result better.

All of the votes from current members have been "+1" for the project's inclusion into the standards group including ones from several other well-known projects (like Zend Framework, PEAR and Doctrine).

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Link: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/php-fig/8cNsxj0YhGs

NETTUTS.com:
User Membership With PHP
November 10, 2008 @ 07:55:29

The NETTUTS site has this new tutorial posted today about the creation of a site with a user registration and membership functionality built in.

A tutorial for the very beginners! No matter where you go on the internet, there's a staple that you find almost everywhere - user registration. Whether you need your users to register for security or just for an added feature, there is no reason not to do it with this simple tutorial. In this tutorial we will go over the basics of user management, ending up with a simple Member Area that you can implement on your own website.

They use a MySQL database to store the users' information, show how to create the login form to test the user's credentials and the registration form to make signup easy. They also thrown in a dash of CSS to help style the forms into something a bit more pleasing to the eye.

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PHPFreaks.com:
Writing for PHP Freaks
October 08, 2008 @ 07:51:58

If you're looking for a way to give back to the PHP community, there's plenty of ways - one of which could be writing for PHPFreaks.com.

We have decided to give people the chance to write tutorials and blog posts for PHP Freaks. [...] You'll be writing about things that are of general interest to PHP developers and you will be writing tutorials for people who are learning about PHP at any level (i.e. from beginner tutorials to advanced topics). We would rather have tutorials that teach programming/coding concepts or theory than specific things, such as a blog.

You'll need to request membership and join the "Authors" group to get started. Check out their list of other criteria you'll need to match too.

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Lukas Smith's Blog:
emPHPower FAQ
July 28, 2008 @ 13:48:29

Lukas Smith has written up the FAQ for the emPHPower movement and has posted about them on his blog:

Well unfortunately due to timing issues the emPHPower BoF at OSCON fell through. So it goes. In preparation for the BoF I have however taken the time to write down an FAQ. So the submission of the OSCON BoF was at least a kick in the butt for me to get this done. Please have a look and let me know if anything is unclear or unanswered.

The FAQ includes answers to lots of questions including:

  • How to I get involved?
  • What is the target audience?
  • Will emPHPower compete with existing community efforts?
  • What is the purpose of the membership fees?
  • Why should companies not be allowed to sponsor emPHPower directly?
  • Who decides on what emPHPower does?
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CodeSnipers.com:
Stupidly Easy MVC - Group Membership Application (Part 2)
March 08, 2006 @ 07:00:10

On CodeSnipers.com, part two of their "stupidly easy MVC" series, this time focusing on the creation of a group membership application building on the previous "club site" creation.

This is part two of an example of using my Stupid Easy MVC framework in PHP. In this example we will talk about the how to use the Model. Originally I thought I might make the Directory a separate controller, but at this point I decided not to. I have some more ideas that I haven't quite worked out yet for extending this even to be more like the Rails framework for Ruby (again I do not expect to totally implement RoR, spare the language wars please!).

They start this part with building out the controller to handle the member requests. Following that, a model is created to get the Directory information (the people in the group). There's not much more than that to this part, but the source for the application is provided to give you more details on the SQL structure and the like.

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