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Michael Dowling:
Guzzle 5 and RingPHP
October 14, 2014 @ 10:52:25

Michael Dowling has a new post to his site today talking about the latest release for the Guzzle HTTP library and how it now works with RingPHP to make integration life easier. The RingPHP library, inspired by Clojure's Ring library, provides a low-level structure to work with HTTP clients and servers through a simple interface.

With RingPHP, Guzzle does not require cURL and can be used with any HTTP transport mechanism. I'd love to help anyone who is interested in creating RingPHP adapters to bind Guzzle to another library. For example, WyriHaximus on Github is working on binding Guzzle to ReactPHP. (In fact, Guzzle 4 did not require cURL, though it was much harder to use an alternate transport.)

He goes on to talk more about the changes in the Guzzle 5 release including more detail on the RingPHP integration, the use of promises/futures and iterable and callable streams. There's also several new events included in the release as well. He finishes out the post with an upgrade guide to help make the transition easier.

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Link: http://mtdowling.com/blog/2014/10/13/guzzle-5/

Zend Developer Zone:
Microsoft to extend Windows eco-system!
February 22, 2008 @ 13:58:00

On the Zend Developer Zone today, Andi Gutmans has written up a new post that, in light of a recent announcement from Microsoft about "going open source" with some of their products, asks what it means for the web and for the PHP community specifically.

Today Microsoft announced a significant initiative which aims to provide the developer community with access to a large number of Microsoft protocols and file formats. [...] With Microsoft opening up their specifications under the OSP, open-source communities like Zend Framework are now able to build such solutions without fear of litigation. There are many other areas where it will benefit open-source projects including Samba (SMB), FreeTDS (SQL Server), Mono (.NET), and others...

He shares his thoughts on the winners (Microsoft themselves, Open Source community) and losers (Microsoft's competitors, Linux) on the deal and the beneficial impact he thinks it will all have on the PHP.

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Marco van Hylckama Vlieg's Blog:
Which PHP framework holds a promise for the future?
February 23, 2006 @ 07:34:02

In this new post from Marco van Hylckama Vlieg, he asks a question of his readers - "Which PHP framework holds a promise for the future?"

I thought I'd throw in a question for a change! As I'm quite sure at least some of my readers are skilled PHP developers, some of them might be able to throw in some insightful remarks when it comes to the future of PHP5 and frameworks.

He mentions developers that are tired of "plumbing code" (the guts of the app), but havent found something in the PHP realm that fits. He mentions three frameworks specifically; Symfony, WASP, CakePHP.

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