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HHVM Blog:
Hack Community Roundup
May 19, 2014 @ 12:45:12

For those interested in what's going on in the world of Hack (the Facebook-created language based on PHP) check out this "community roundup" with information about and links to some of the latest happenings.

In the weeks since the Hack open source launch and the Hack developer day, there has been a lot of information, code, blog posts, etc coming from our nascent community. To us on the team, it's been incredible and encouraging to see the community reception to Hack. Here are some of the highlights of the things we've seen come out of our community. (And we almost certainly haven't seen everything, so please let us know in the comments what we've missed!

They share several related GitHub projects (including the Hack/HHVM support on Heroku), a few presentations about installation and experience with the tools and a few blog posts wrapping up their Hack dev day and an article from FastCompany about Hack and its motivation

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Link: http://hhvm.com/blog/4811/hack-community-roundup

Webification.com:
Roundup of 17 Best PHP Template Engines
March 07, 2011 @ 09:18:52

Webification has put together a comparison of template engines that the PHP world has to offer. Their list is 17 of the most popular described and compared against one another based on features.

When we think about PHP Template Engine, the most famous library is certainly Smarty. However, we may consider other alternatives to Smarty. In this post we have collected 16 template engines written in PHP that allow you to separate HTML code from PHP code.

Among those on the list are templating engines like:

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Lorna Mitchell's Blog:
PHP Barcelona 2009 Round-Up
November 03, 2009 @ 08:14:52

Lorna Mitchell has posted her wrapup of this year's PHP Barcelona conference that happened just this past weekend.

I spent the last few days in sunny Spain at the PHP Barcelona conference as a speaker. [...] The conference itself was excellent [...] I also saw some great talks from the other speakers there, some were people I often see at conferences, others were familiar names, and yet more were people I'd never heard of but I certainly learned a lot from all these groups.

She notes that, contrary to what she expected, most of the talks were presented in English showing an "interesting cultural shift" in some of the international conferences.

If you missed the conference, you can find out more about the sessions on their site and some pictures on flickr.

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Code Beach Blog:
PHP IDE Roundup
October 20, 2009 @ 10:29:06

On the Code Beach blog there's a recent post comparing a few of the more popular IDEs that you can write your PHP applications in (not all specifically targeted at PHP, of course).

This is a roundup of the available PHP IDEs both free and commercial. You will find a wide range in pricing (free to $400) and options available on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X including PHPAnywhere which is a web-based IDE.

IDEs in the list include:

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Ben Ramsey's Blog:
ZendCon Day 1 Roundup and Keynote Thoughts
October 31, 2006 @ 17:35:20

Ben Ramsey has posted his own wrapup of the first day of the Zend/PHP Conference & Expo and some of his thoughts on the keynote talk given by Andi, Zeev, et al.

The first day of the Zend/PHP Conference and Expo (the day of tutorials) was great. I sat in on Robert Richards's Advanced XML and Web Services and Marcus's and Sara's Extending PHP tutorials. I multi-tasked as best I could, catching up on some work while finishing my slides and listening to the presentations.

He comments on the talks he's attended (like Robert Richards' XML/Web services talk and the contents of the keynote - including the announcements of the collaborations with Microsoft, IBM, and the new advancements that Zend has made with their products.

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Site News:
Got a job you want the Community to know about? Let us post it!
September 08, 2006 @ 07:50:16

Here on PHPDeveloper.org, we're always trying to do whatever we can to help out the PHP community, so to further that effort we're going to start posting a weekly "jobs roundup" of the job information we recieve. There won't be a charge and it can be anything from contract jobs out to permenant positions anywhere in the world (hooray for the internet!).

Now, on to what we need from you - we'd prefer the information to be as concise as possible. Cut and paste of a full listing isn't the way to go here. We'd prefer the summary of the position with a link to more details.

Here's the key info we'd like:

  • Company Name
  • Position title
  • Position location
  • Summary description of the position
  • A link to more information on it (on Monster, Hotjobs, your site, etc.)
Other information included along with the request might me truncated or modified slightly to fit within these guidelines.

To submit your job information, send it along to jobs@phpdeveloper.org and we'll get it posted and include the phrase "JOB POSTING" somewhere in the subject line. Since this will start off as a weekly thing, you'll need to wait until Friday to see the information show up.

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Zend Developer Zone:
It's Time for Woodie's Framework Roundup (it's a Toy Story 2 Reference)
May 03, 2006 @ 07:27:46

The Zend Developer Zone has been updated with their latest weekly roundup for the week of April 23rd with tons of happenings in and around the world of the Zend Framework.

This was a roller-coaster week for the framework mailing list. Not "Scream Machine" roller coaster but certainly not "Runaway Mine Train" either. Somewhere in the middle we have the highs and lows of this week in the framework mailing list. Let's take a look.

Included in this week's edition are mentions of:

  • the Zend_Controller_RewriteRouter propsal
  • the introduction of Zend::VERSION
  • the tweaks made to the Framework's manual
  • the huge announcement of the change in the Framework's license
  • some talk on Zend Search Lucene

For the complete details on these and many more happenings, check out the full story.

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Scott Johnson's Blog:
A PHP News Roundup
April 28, 2006 @ 13:04:49

For those looking for things that've been happening lately in the PHP community, but haven't been able to keep up with things around here, this post from Scott Johnson talks about events from this previous week (as gathered from his OPML reading list of "serious PHP folk".

Included in his list are things like:

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Zend Developer Zone:
Round'em up, Head'em out...Let's do a Framework Roundup!
April 19, 2006 @ 07:02:36

The Zend Developer Zone has posted their latest Zend Framework Roundup for the "behind the scenes" happenings in the Framework world.

My how time flies when you are having fun! It seems like a little more than a week ago when we last looked at what's new in Framework land; and now, here we are again. Get yer walkin' shoes on and let's head out on another Framework Roundup!

Included in this edition are mentions of:

  • the SVN mailing list getting back in working order
  • concern/suggestions about brining in config options
  • a suggestion of a webservice server/client
  • the formation of a documentation mailing list
  • lots of work surrounding Zend_PDF
  • updates to Zend_Mail
  • discussion on access to model/views in an MVC framework
  • the formal introduction of the Dutch Translation Team
  • a brief mention of user interface items
  • a high-level question asked - "Why use a framework?"
  • a small number of module proposals (Zend_Access and Zend_ControllerView_Config).

And, of course, the release of the Framework version 0.1.3. You can grab this latest release from their download site directly, or use the Subversion repository for continual updates.

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Zend Developer Zone:
It's Framework Roundup Time!
April 10, 2006 @ 07:46:36

With all of the flurry going around on the mailing lists for the Zend Framework development, it's easy to see how one could get lost. So, to help make sense of all of it, the Zend Developer Zone presents their second weekly roundup of all things Framework for the last week.

Wow, after 2 weeks of steady growth and activity, the mailing list traffic took a pause early this week. It looked like I was going to get a vacation but apparently last night everybody discovered the "Send" button and things kinda got out of hand. C'mon people, help me out here, I get paid by the word on these things. Post often, daddy needs a new Mac!

There's mention last week of: an Ajax extension, authorization/access control lists, the Zend_Registry extensions, a Japanese translation of the ZF manual, and the proposal of a Zend_Tree extension, and a large discussion on the integration of web services functionality into the framework.

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