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Brian Swan's Blog:
Top 10 PHP-Microsoft Resources
January 29, 2010 @ 08:15:45

Brian Swan has a new post to his MSDN blog today with a list of ten great Microsoft+PHP references (including one or two that don't belong to Microsoft!)

As I've learned (and continue to learn) PHP and Microsoft technologies, I've found some very helpful resources on the web. But, they are sometimes hard to find, and they certainly aren't usually found in one place. So, before I begin drilling into some of the things I suggested in my first post, I thought I'd take a stab at consolidating the resources that I've found to be especially helpful.

Sites included in the list are things like:

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Elizabeth Smith's Blog:
Hey, Code Coverage on Windows!
January 29, 2008 @ 09:35:00

Elizabeth Smith has posted about a new toy she received from the folks at Microsoft that adds in a missing piece of development functionality on Windows - code coverage and testing.

So this evening I managed to get PHPT running my tests (they're just basic .phpt tests but run-tests is..well flakey is a nice description some days) for my winapi php extension wrapped inside a "generic test" for Visual Studio. [...] So what did all this accomplish? I now can run my phpt tests through visual studio and collect code coverage on what they're testing. Like GCOV, only for windows.

She's also included a screenshot of what the interface and results of the testing look like in the latest Visual Studio tool.

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